Amidst the Anandalahari shlokas I will now pick up one shloka (#15) which depicts Her, not in Her lalitA form, but in another form consistent with the ShrI VidyA tantra.
Sharat-jyotsnA shuddhAM shashi-yuta-jaTA-jUTA-makuTAM
sakRn-na tvA natvA katham-iva satAM sannidadhate
satAM: For (those) noble ones,
sakRt : just once
natva: having prostrated
tva : to You
Sharat-jyotsnA-shuddhAM : who is as pure and white as the autumnal moonlight
shashi-yuta-jaTA-jUTA-makuTAM: who has the crown of matted hair that includes the moon, and
vara-trAsa-trANa-sphaTika-ghuTikA-pustaka-karAM: who holds in the (four) hands, the boon mudrA, the fear-protection mudrA, the crystal bead necklace, and the book
Katham-iva : why (would)
paNitayaH : the speech capabilities
madhu-kshhIra-drAkshhA-madhurima-dhurINAH: which are pregnant with the sweetness of honey, milk and grapes na sannidadhate: not accrue?