1. vAmakeshvaratantrarUpA vAmakasya tantrasya pratipAdyA vA |
Of the form of vAmakeshvara tantra or the subject of vAmakeshvara tantra (or generically of vAma tantras such as mahocChuShma, kriyAbheda and others).
2. vAmA vAmamArgaratAsta eva pa~nchayajnavilopakatvAt kutsitA iti vAmakAH | teShAmIshvarI
vAmA are those who follow the leftist path and they are considered kutsita (contemptible) because of their omission of pancha mahAyajnas. teShAmIshvarI.
3. vamanti jagatsR^ijantIti vA vAmakA dakShAdyAsteShAmIshvarI
dakSha and other progenitors of race are called vAmakas. teShAmIshvarI.
vaidyanAthadIkShita virachitA chandrikA:
1. vamiti kaM sukhamiti vAmakaH, sa chAsAmIshvarashcha | tasya strI vAmakeshvarI |
sukhasvarUpI brahmavastu or kAmeshvara is called vamakeshvara and his shakti is called vAmakeshvarI.
2. vAmakAH sarvakarmavilopakAH niShiddhakarmAcharaNashIlAH | ata eva nindArthe kapratyayaH | teShAmIshvarI tadArAdhyadevatA |
vAmakas are those who indulge in the performance of niShiddha karma and omit the performance of prescribed karma. The use of ka-pratyaya here is the sense of nindA of such vAmakas. As the Supreme Mother is the ArAdhya devatA of even such nindyas, she is called vAmakeshvarI.
3. yadvA vAmamArgapraviShTAH dvijAH | teShAmIshvarI narakAdyaniShTaphaladAtR^idevatA |
dvijas practicing vAmAchAra are called vAmakas and parAmbA, who is worshipped by them and who grants inauspicious fruits such as naraka etc. to those indulging in niShiddha karma is called vAmakeshvarI.
4. athavA vAmAn vAmamArgapraviShTAn kutsayantIti vAmakAH samayinaH | teShAmIshvarI puruShArthachatuShTayapradAtR^idevatA |
The samayins who see the vAmAchArins with contempt, due to their indulgence in niShiddha karma and due to their involvement in the gross externalia, are called vAmakas. parAmbA who grants puruShArtha chatuShTaya to such samayins who worship jagadambA in dahara is called vAmakeshvarI.
A particular sect of gaNas adorned with chitA bhasma and shardUla charma and known for lokaviruddhAchAra is called vAmaka. teShAmIshvarI.
vAma represents lalitA and ka represents her svasvarUpa called kAmakalA. Those who are immersed in the vimarsha of the esoteric kAmakalA through any of the two AchAras are called vAmakas; teShAmIshvarI.