[Advaita-l] Fw: Jayanthi of Sri Satchidananda Sivabhinava Nrisimha Bharati of Sringeri

vijay kartik vijaykartik_2004 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 17 01:49:23 CDT 2010

As Shri Subrahmanian aptly highlighted, the Acharya's compositions in Bhakti Sudha Tarangini are filled with intense devotion. In particular the Kamalaja Dayithashtakam and Guru Paduka Stotram are chanted in many religious organisations till date and I have seen his LakshmiNarasimha stotram being included even in Vaishnavite stotra books.
The Acharya's Slokas in revered memory of Sri Sadashiva Brahmendra and his experiences at the Nerur Samadhi of Sri Sadhasiva Brahmendra kindle fervour in the minds of true seekers.
I was very happy to know that Tattvaloka has recently published a new edition of not only the original Bhakti Sudha Tarangini of Sri Satchidananda Sivabhinava Nrisimha Bharati Maha Swamigal but also Guru Raja Sukti Mala containing certain compositions of the great Jeevan Mukta Sri Chandrasekhara Bharati Maha Swamigal.
The book also comes with Tamil translation of all the slokas for the benefit of reader.
Vijay Kartik
नमो नमः श्रीगुरुपादुकाभ्याम्

विद्यां शुद्धां च बुद्दिं कमलजदयिते सत्वरं देहि मह्यम्

Tomorrow, the 17th March 2010, is observed as the Aradhana Day of His
Holiness Sri Satchidananda Sivabhinava Nrisimha Bharati Swamigal, the 33rd
Jagadguru of Sringeri Sri Sharada Peetam.

The following URL contains a nice material to read on the Acharya:


The Acharya composed innumerable hymns on a variety of Deities of the
Sanatana Dharma. These are compiled under the title: भक्तिसुधातरङ्गिणि.

A book titled: विवेकोदयः (Dawn of Discrimination) containing a commentary by
the Acharya on the first seven verses of the विवेकचूडामणीः has been
published with the translation in English.  The book is available at the
Book Shop in Sringeri for Rs.15.

 ஆசார்யேந்த்ர வைபவம் is a Tamil book containing copious material on the
Acharya's life, tours, teachings and incidents.  Available at Sringeri and
other places.  Rs.30.  This is compiled by Swami Jnanananda Bharati (earlier
Sri R.Krishnaswamy Iyer of Tirunelveli).

Humble Pranams at the Holy Feet of the Exalted Acharya
Om Tat Sat



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