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Universal prayers selected and translated from Sanskrit religious literature.

yatiswaranda Swami.

Universal prayers selected and translated from Sanskrit religious literature.

by yatiswaranda Swami.

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Published by Sri Ramakrishna Math in Madras .
Written in English


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SeriesPopular scripture series
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Open LibraryOL20863472M
ISBN 100902479385

Sanskrit translation of Thirukkural, written by Sri Thiruvalluvar (1st century BCE), one of the greatest works on ethical livingwas written in Tamil. It consists of athikarams or chapters. Each athikaram consists of 10 kurals (rhyming Tamil couplets) thus making kurals in total. This book containing choice prayers from select hymns presents to the devotee just a little cream of devotion from the mighty milk oceanof Sanskrit religious literature. The lines are free sectarian bias and speak of the universal aspects of the Deity common to all religionsand creeds. As such they are sure to appeal to all seekers after Truth who follow the path of devotion in some form .

Ancient But Contemporary: On Translating Sanskrit Classics Former diplomat AND Haksar has translated the works of Kalidasa, Bhartrihari and Vatsyayana, among others. The Bhagavata Purana (Devanagari: भागवतपुराण; Bhāgavata Purāṇa) also known as the Bhagavatamahapuranam, Śrīmad Bhāgavatam (श्रीमद् भागवतम्), Srimad Bhagavata Mahapurana, or simply Bhāgavata, is one of Hinduism's 18 great Puranas (or Mahapuranas, meaning 'great histories').. Originally composed in Sanskrit, this most studied, popular.

A large selection of prayers in Sanskrit has been gracefully rendered into English and explained in this volume. Included are the names glorifying the Lord, the awakening song at dawn, prayers adoring the auspiciousness of the Lord, the vibhuti (sacred ash) prayer, invocations to the guru, the devotee's surrender to the Lord, and hymns. Efforts like “Learn Sanskrit Through Your Favorite Prayers” go a long way in shifting the balance to the other side. I hope it finds a place on every devotee’s bookshelf. Learn Sanskrit Through Your Favourite Prayers – Stotra Ranjani by Rohini Bakshi and Narayanan Namboodiri is available in bookstores, on Juggernaut and on Amazon.


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Description: pages 17 cm: Responsibility: selected and translated from Sanskrit religious literature, by Swami Yatiswarananda. This book containing choice prayers from select hymns presents to the devotee just a little cream of devotion from the mighty milk oceanof Sanskrit religious literature.

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