The Manipura Cakra
Tasyordhve nābhimūle daśadalalasite pūrṇameghaprakāśe
nīlāmbhojaprakāśairrupahitajaṭhare dādipāntaiḥ sacandraiḥ
Dhāyedvaisvānarauṇamihirasamaṁ maṇḍalam tat trikoṇaṁ
tadbāhye svastikāvyaistribhirabhilasitaṁ tatra vahneḥ svabījam.
Above it [the Svadhisthana], and at the root of the navel, is the shining Lotus of ten petals, of the colour of heavy-laden rain-clouds. Within it are the letters Da to Pha, of the colour of the blue lotus with the Nada and Bindu above them. Meditate there on the region of Fire, triangular in form and shining like the rising sun. Outside it are three Svastika marks, and within, the Bija of Vahni himself.
Bija of Vahni = Ram, the seed-mantra of Fire.
Dyāyenmeşādhirūdham navatapanaibhaṁ vedabāhūjvalāṇgaṁ
tatkroḍe rudramūrtiirnivasatī satataṁ suddhasindūrarāgaḥ
Meditate upon Him (Fire) seated on a ram, four-armed, radiant like the rising sun. In His lap ever dwells Rudra, who is of a pure vermilion hue. He (Rudra) is white with the ashes with which He is smeared; of an ancient aspect and three-eyed, His hands are placed in the attitude of granting boons and of dispelling fear. He is the destroyer of creation.
His hands are placed in the vara and abhaya mudras.
Atrāste lākinī sā sakalaśubhakarī vedabāhūjjvalāṅgī
śyāmā pītāmbarādyairvividhaviracanālaṁkṛta mattacittā
Dhyātvaitannābhipadmaṁ parabhavati nitarāṁ saṁhṛtau pālane vā
vāṇī tasyānanābje nivasati satataṁ jñānasaṁdohalakşmiḥ.
Here abides Lakini, the benefactress of all. She is four-armed, of radiant body, is dark (of complexion), clothed in yellow raiment and decked with various ornaments, and exalted with the drinking of ambrosia. By meditating on this Navel Lotus the power to destroy and create (the world) is acquired. Vani with all the wealth of knowledge ever abides in the lotus of His face.
Vani = Sarasvati, Devi of Speech