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This memory serves as an invisible check on ones conduct.
The conception of the Chitra Guptas as located within each shoulder is a powerful inducement to keep oneself engaged in constantly doing good actions only. A true picture of all our good and evil actions is preserved in the ethereal records. The real significance of the worship of the Chitra Guptas is beautifully brought out in the following story connected with it.
By the performance of this religious observance annually, these angels of the other world are greatly pleased and judge mans actions with more sympathy.
The psychological effect of this worship, done on the very first full moon day of every year (Chaitra is the first of the twelve months), is to vividly remind us of the higher power that maintains a constant watch over every act of ours on this earth-plane.
On the particular day, it would be even enough to read the chapter relating to that day, to remind ourselves of the spirit of the occasion.
MEANING: I meditate on Lord Dattatreya, the son of Atri, who has six hands, who holds the rosary and water-vessel in two hands, with damaru and spear in the other two hands, and with conch and discus in the upper two hands.Dhyaayedaajaanubaaham dhritasharadhanusham baddhapadmaasanastham, Peetam vaaso vasaanam navakamala dala spardhinetram prasannam; Vaamaankaaroodhaseetaa mukhakamala milal lochanam neeradaabham, Naanaalankaara deeptam dadhatamuru jataa mandalam raamachandram.MEANING: One should meditate on Sri Ramachandra, with hands reaching the knees, holding the bow and arrows, seated in the locked-up lotus posture, wearing a yellow garb, with eyes vying with the newly-blossomed lotus petals, with a pleasant gait, who has Sita seated on His left thigh, who is blue like the clouds, who is adorned with all kinds of ornaments and having a big circle of Jata on the head.Jaya Ganesha Jaya Ganesha Jaya Ganesha paahimaam Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha Sri Ganesha rakshamaam Jaya Saraswati Jaya Saraswati Jaya Saraswati paahimaam Sri Saraswati Sri Saraswati Sri Saraswati rakshamaam Saravanabhava Saravanabhava Saravanabhava paahimaam Subramanya Subramanya Subramanya rakshamaam Sivananda Sivananda Sivananda paahimaam Sivananda Sivananda Sivananda rakshamaam Jaya Guru Shiva Guru Hari Guru Ram Jagad Guru Param Guru Sat Guru Shyam Adi Guru Advaita Guru Ananda Guru Om Chit Guru Chitgana Guru Chinmaya Guru Om Jaya Siya Ram Jaya Jaya Siya Ram (2) Jaya Radhe Shyam Jaya Jaya Radhe Shyam (2) Jaya Hanuman Jaya Jaya Hanuman (2) Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare, Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare (3) Sivananda Sivananda Sadguru Natha Sivananda Sarveshaam swasti bhavatu, sarveshaam shaantir bhavatu, Sarveshaam poornam bhavatu, sarveshaam mangalam bhavatu; Sarve bhavantu sukhinah, sarve santu niraamayah, Sarve bhadraani pashyantu, maakaschid duhkhabhaagbhavet; Asato maa sad gamaya Tamaso maa jyotir gamaya Mrityor maa amritam gamaya; Om poornamadah poornamidam poornaatpoornamudachyate, Poornasya poornamaadaaya poornamevaavashishyate. Shaantam padmaasanastham shashadharamakutam panchavaktram trinetram, Shoolam vajram cha khadgam parashumabhayadam dakshinaange vahantam; Naagam paasham cha ghantaam damaruka sahitam chaankusham vaamabhaage, Naanaalankaara deeptam sphatika maninibham paarvateesham namaami.MEANING: I prostrate myself before the five-faced Lord of Parvati, who is adorned with various ornaments, who shines like the crystal jewel, who is seated peacefully in the lotus pose, with moon-crested crown, with three eyes, wearing trident, thunderbolt, sword and axe on the right side, who holds the serpent, noose, bell, damaru and spear on the left side, and who gives protection from all fear to His devotees.