Kanakadhara Sthothram

Kanakadhara Sthavam: Adi Shankara as a Brahmachari, before he took up Sanyasa, used to seek Bhiksha daily in accordance with his Asrama Dharma. One Dwadasi day, he went for Bhiksha to a poor Brahmin’s house. That Brahmin himself was living by unchavriddhi (is an act of collecting grains left out …

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Harivarasanam

Hariharasuthashtakam a.k.a. Harivarasanam Harivarasanam is a sloka on Lord Ayyappa composed by K Kulathur Iyer and it is said that it was sung for the first time in Sabarimala temple by Swami Vimochanananda in 1955. This hymn is sung as a lullaby to the Lord when the doors of the …

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Soundaryalahiri

The Soundaryalahari is a famous literary work in Sanskrit written by Adi Shankara. Soundaryalahari means Waves of Beauty. It consists of 100 slokas and it is extolled as the essence of Mantra sastra. It is also a tantra treatise and a unique yantra is attributed to each verse. The ritual …

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Shambu Natanam Tamil

Tamil Transliteration of Shambu Natanam சம்பு நடனம் ஸதஞ்சிதம் உதஞ்சித நிகுஞ்சிதபதம் ஜலஜலஞ்சலித மஞ்ஜுகடகம் பதஞ்ஜலி த்ருகஞ்ஜநம் அநஞ்ஜநம் அசஞ்சலபதம் ஜநநபஞ்சநகரம் கதம்பருசிம் அம்பரவஸம் பரமம் அம்புத கதம்பக விடம்பக களம் சிதம்புதமணிம் புத ஹ்ருதம்புஜ ரவிம் பர சிதம்பர நடம் ஹ்ருதி பஜ. 1. ஹரம் த்ரிபுர பஞ்சநம் அநந்தக்ருத கங்கணம் அகண்டதயம் அந்தரஹிதம் விரிஞ்சி ஸுர ஸம்ஹதி புரந்தர விசிந்தித பதம் தருண சந்த்ர முகுடம் …

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Shambu Natanam English

The english Transliteration of Shambu Natanam (In ITrans Format) sada~ncitaM uda~ncita niku~ncitapadaM jhalajhala~ncalita ma~njukaTakaM pata~njali dR^iga~njanaM ana~njanaM aca~ncalapadaM janana bha~njanakaram. kadambaruciM ambaravasaM paramaM ambuda kadambaka viDambaka galaM cidambudamaNiM budha hR^idambuja raviM para cidambara naTaM hR^idi bhaja ..1.. haraM tripura bha~njanaM ananta kR^itaka~NkaNaM akhaNDadayaM anta rahitaM viri~nci surasamhati purandara vicintita padaM …

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Shambu Natanam

    To see this post correctly you need to have a UTF devanagri font installed (eg. Sanskrit 2003). See how to do this here. Or you can read a PDF of this post     Shambhu Natanam:   There is a very interesting story told by Sri Mahaperiyaval, His Holiness …

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