Sri GurubhyO NamaH Sri Parama GurubhyO NamaH Sri ParameShThi GurubhyO Namah
Tithi nitya Devata for Shukla Ekadashi and Krishna Panchami is Neelapataka Nitya;
Indra neela nibhaam BhasvanamaNi Mouli viraajitaam
Pancha vaktram trinayanaamaruNaaMSukadhaariNIm
daSahastaam lasanmuktaamaNyaabharaNa maNDitaam
RatnastabakasaMpanna dEhaam chaarusmitaananaam
paaSaam pataakaam charmaapi SDaankgrachaapam varaM karaih
dadhaanaam vaamapaarSvasthaih sarvaabharaNabhooShitaiH
ankuSaM cha tathaa SaktiM khadgam baaNam tathaabhayaM
dadhaanaaM daksjNyairhastairaasdInaam padmaviShvarE
SaktivRuMdyaivRutaaM dhyaayEddEvIM nityaarchanakramE taa
triShaTkOnayutam padmamaShTapatraM tatO bahiH
aShTaasraM bhUpuradvandvaaVrutam tatpurayugmakaM
chatirdvaarayutam dikShuSakhaabhiScha samanvitaM
kRutvaa taamaavRutaam SaktigaNaistatraarchayEcchinnaam
EShaatE DvadaSee nityaa prOktaa neelapataakinI
samarE vijayam khadgapaadukaanjanasiddhidaa
Naradiya Purana considers the first Nitya as Maha Nitya, that is Sri Lalita Mahatripura Sundari and hence Neelapataka is described in the DhyanaSloka as 12 th Nitya. Whereas other texts on Srividya reads Neelapataka as 11 th Nitya only. The 16 th Mahanitya is on the cusp of Pournami and Padya as well Amavasya & Padya. Any way both methods are in use to worship Tithi Nitya Devis.
I shall give a brief on this once I complete the Dhyana Slokas of all Nitya.
She resembles sapphire and shines with a crown set with brilliant jewels. She has five faces and three eyes. She is clad in red silk garments. She has ten hands and is bedecked in refulgent ornaments of pearls and jewels. Her body is richly decorated with cluster of gems and jewels, her faces beam with charming smiles. Left hands embellished with all ornaments and holding the noose, the flag, the shield, the saranga bow and showing the boon granting hand gesture. ( Varada Mudra) In the right hands she holds the goad, the Shakti (javelin), the sword, the arrow, and the gesture of granting devotees the fearlessness ( Abhaya Mudra) She is seated on a lotus seat and is surrounded by a group of Saktis resembling the same feature, complexion, dress, facial look, ornaments and weapons in the hands. She should be worshipped as surrounded by the Saktis in the ritual of the Nityi deity ( Nityarchana Krama)
After drawing mystic diagram of a lotus containing eight petals inside a triangle within a hexagtm and an eight-petalled lotus, outside surrounded by two bhupuras. These two puras must have four doorways in the four quarters. The figure must have subways. Thus the deity should be surrounded by the group of Saktis and then worshipped. She is the bestower of powers like paduka, anjana, khadga and victory in the battles. She is the giver of powers over vetala, yak$ini, chEta pishacha etc. She enables one to get ready cooked food, needed by the devotee even in the caves. That is to say She will fulfil all the desires of her devotee.
After drawing mystic diagram of a lotus containing eight petals inside a triangle within a hexagon and an eight-petalled lotus, outside surrounded by two bhupuras. These two puras must have four doorways in the four quarters. The figure must have subways. Thus the deity is surrounded by the group of Saktis and then worshipped. She is the bes- tower of powers like paduka, anjana khadga and victory in the battles. She is the giver of powers ohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnDlGjhJAbE&t=1sver vetala, yaksini, chetas pishachas etc. She fulfils all the desires of her devotees.
Links to explanation of remaining 14 Tithi Nithya devis:
Tithi Nitya Devi Puja:
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