Description: Guru Ashtakam was written by Shri Adi Shankaracharya and tells about the necessity of the Guru and attaching our mind to the Lotus Feet of the Guru. Also, given are extracts from a lecture of Swami Vivekananda on the need of a spiritual Guru. Hari Om!!
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Sri Guru Ashtakam By Shri Adi Shankarcharya www.sreedattavibhavam.org Sareeram suroopam thadha va kalathram, Yasacharu chithram dhanam meru thulyam, Manaschenna lagnam Gurorangri padme, Thatha kim Thatha Kim, Thatha kim Thatha kim. 1 . Kalathram Dhanam puthrapothradhi sarvam,...
Guru Purnima celebration in OmVishwa Deep Gurukul Swami Maheshwarananda Ashram Education and Research Center, Jadan, Rajasthan, India Guru Ashtakam is a devotional Sanskrit Sloka written by Adi Sankaracharya. Guru Ashtakam is addressed to Guru, the teacher. Recited by Mahamandaleshwar Swami Jasraj Puriji Jadan 25/07/2010 Rajasthan India More about OM Vishwa Deep Gurukul Swami Maheshwarananda Ashram - Jadan www.yogaindailylife.org More from Sri Swami Maheshwaranandaji and Yoga in Daily Life www.yogaindailylife.org http www.facebook.yogaindailylife.org
Guru Ashtakam by Adi Shankaracharya is a laudatory hymn for the spiritual masters Mahamandaleshwar Swami Jasraj Puri is disciple of HH Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Sri Swami Maheshwaranandaji founder of Yoga in Daily Life system. Excerpt from the satsang in Brisbane September 2010 Australia Swami Jasraj Puri's blogspot on Jadan schhool: www.jadanschool.blogspot.com More from Yoga in Daily Life www.yogaindailylife.org http www.facebook.yogaindailylife.org
The Guru Ashtakam (Octad to the Guru) along with an english translation of the content. The first eight verses form the octet and the ninth verse is the Phalashruthi or the verse describing the merits of reading the Guru ashtakam. The Guru Ashtakam is composed by the most revered Adi Shankaracharya himself
02 Guru Ashtakam Sacred Chants 1 for Peace Prosperity & Enlightenment Sacred Chants for Peace, Prosperity & Enlightenment This album which contains mantras for peace, prosperity and enlightenment was released by Kosmic Music in the year 2001. Track Listing 1.Shanti Mantra 2.Guru Ashtakam 3.Medha Suktham 4.Durga Suktham 5.Shree Suktham 6.Gayatri Ganapata 7.Purusha Suktham 8.Shiva Thandava Stotram 9.Mantra Pushpam 10.Shanti Mantra Credits Voices: Uma Mohan, Ghayatri, Ramya, Roopa, Usha, Chitra, Gowri, Bhanu, Jaya, Saindhavi, Krupa, Kruti Research and text: Uma Mohan Music Arranged by Seven (Franco, Sangeeth and Stephen) Recorded, Mixed and mastered at Kosmic studios Varadeypalam by Manoj Kumar.
The composer of this apparently simple and appealing hymn asking Jagannath (Lord of the universe) to make Himself visible on the path of his vision is Bhagavatpada Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya. It was he who fixed Lord Jagannath's temple at Puri as one of the four dhams (char dham) or holy places which every Hindu must visit during his lifetime: Start at Dwaraka in the west, continue to Puri in the east and then to Badrinath in the north and finally to Rameshwaram in the south. A pilgrim doing this char dham yatra is supposed to carry the waters of Alakananda (+ Ganga) to Rameshwaram. Abhishek must then be performed of Lord Shiva in the form of the lingam made and worshipped by Lord Rama. In this hymn, the Jagadguru positions himself as a devotee (as in other hymns) in the second line of every verse in which he makes this request to the Lord. However, nowhere in this hymn is the devotee's efforts or qualities mentioned. Neither is there the helplessness seen in Bhavaniashtakam (www.youtube.com or the intense longing in Gopi Geet (www.youtube.com or the infectious enthusiasm of the Suvarnamalastuti (www.youtube.com Nor does he ask the Lord to save him as in Achyutashtakam (www.youtube.com or give him anything for example, forgiveness in the Shiva Manasa Pooja (www.youtube.com Never is the purpose of the audience sought revealed. The mood of the hymn displays such confidence in the love the Lord has for the devotee that even though the Lord is Achalam (unmoving), the ...
This video shows the six stanzas of the Atmashatkam or Nirvanashatkam which is written by Bhagwan Shri Adi Shankaracharya and the translation has been done by Swami Vivekananda. It explains the highest state of consciousness that can be achieved by a man. In the end, a small message describing the glory of Upanishads has been added. Enjoy! and always remain immersed in your glorious Self/Atman...
Guru Ashtakam - Importance of Surrendering to Guru's Lotus Feet By Adi Sankaracharya With Meaning in English Sub titles 1. One's body may be handsome, wife beautiful, fame, excellent and varied, and wealth like unto Mount Meru; but if one's mind be not attached to the lotus feet of the Guru, what thence, what thence, what thence, what thence? 2. Wife, wealth, sons, grandsons, etc., all these; home, relations—the host of all these there may be; but if one's mind be not attached to the lotus feet of the Guru, what thence, what thence, what thence, what thence? 3. The Vedas with their six auxiliaries and knowledge of sciences may be on one's lips; one may have the gift of poesy; and may compose good prose and poetry; but if one's mind be not attached to the lotus feet of the Guru, what thence, what thence, what thence, what thence? 4. 'In other lands I am honored; in my country I am fortunate; in the ways of good conduct there is none that excels me'—thus one may think, but if one's mind be not attached to the lotus feet of the Guru, what thence, what thence, what thence, what thence? 5. One's feet may be adored constantly by hosts of emperors and kings of the world; but if one's mind be not attached to the lotus feet of the Guru, what thence, what thence, what thence, what thence? 6. My fame has spread in all quarters by virtue of generosity and prowess; all the things of the world are in my hands as a reward of these virtues; but if one's mind be not attached to the lotus ...
This hymn composed by Adi Shankaracharya is very popular even with children as it is so easy to learn and extremely melodious. In this hymn, the composer weaves the stories of Rama and Krishna together, ensuring that Vishnu is not forgotten. The complete works of Adi Shankaracharya (in Sanskrit) are available at: www.samatabooks.com The words of this hymn in devnaagari script alongwith the english translation is available at: www.stutimandal.com An english transliteration is available at: www.hindudevotionalblog.com To understand Sanskrit better, visit: sanskritdocuments.org The audio recording is taken from the Cd Shyam Smaranam: A musical offering to the Eternal Lord Krishna, produced by Sri Aurbindo Society, Pondicherry, under the supervision of Dr.Sampadananda Mishra. The Cd has two parts, with the same hymns. Part 1 is with the accompaniment of musical instruments and the second one is the traditional rendition, without the musical instruments, except one. The male voices in the Cd belong to Pavitra Kumar and Dr.Sampadananda Mishra. The visuals are random downloads from the web.
Guru Paduka Stotram - by Adi Shankaracharya Translated Text of the Stotram is from : www.chinmaya-chicago.org www.vmission.org.in The crossing of this Endless ocean of samsara is enabled by the boat that is sincere devotion to Guru Showing me the way to the valuable dominion of renunciation, O dear Guru, I bow to thy holy sandals. Like a full moon for the ocean of the Knowledge, Like down pour of water to put out the fire of misfortunes, Removing the various distresses of those who surrender to them, O dear Gurudev, I bow to thy holy sandals. Those who prostrate to the blessed padukas of their Guru become possessors of great wealth and overcome the curse of their poverty very quickly. To such padukas my infinite prostrations. Attracting us to the Lotus-like feet of our Guru, removing all kinds of desires borne out of ignorance, fulfilling all the desires of the disciple who bows humbly To such padukas I humbly offer my obeisance. Shining like a precious stone adorning the crown of a king They stand out like a beautiful damsel in a river infested with crocodiles They raise the devotees to the state of sovereign emperors, To such padukas I humbly offer my obeisance. Shining radiantly like the Sun, effacing the endless darkness of the disciples sins, Like an eagle for the snake like three-fold pains of Samsara like a conflagration of fire whose heat dries away the ocean of ignorance To such supreme padukas of my Gurudev, I humbly surrender. They endow us with the glorious ...
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