There are three superlative hymns of praise on Mother Goddess in the form of Lalita.
Chronologically they are:
AryA-dvishati (also called lalitA-stava-ratnam) a 200-shloka piece by Sage Durvasa;
Soundaryalahari which is actually made up of two parts Ananda-lahari , a 41- shloka piece brought from Kailas by Adi Shankara and Soundarya-lahari the 59-shloka piece composed by Adi Shankara himself, the two pieces together going by the popular name of Soundaryalahari by Adi Shankara; and
Panca-shati (a 500-shloka piece) by the poet Muka.
Durvasa's AryA-dvishati gives us a spiritual experience of the presence of the Almighty-Goddess in the very words of AryA-dvishati. In this he describes the complicated structure of the ShrI-chakra.
The Goddess's Grace descends on those who read and recite such hymns of praise composed by great devotees who have already merited the descent of Her Grace on them.