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Mukunda-mālā-stotra

the prayers of King Kulaśekhara

by KulacД“karar

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Published by Bhaktivedanta Book Trust in Los Angeles .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kulacēkarar, 9th cent.,
  • Krishna (Hindu deity) -- Prayer-books and devotions -- English.,
  • Krishna (Hindu deity) -- Prayer-books and devotions -- Sanskrit.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 141) and index.

    StatementA.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda and his disciples.
    ContributionsBhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda, 1896-1977., Gosvāmī, Satsvarūpa Dāsa, 1939-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL1220.2 .K8713 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 157 p. :
    Number of Pages157
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1726965M
    ISBN 100892132752
    LC Control Number92031102

    Method: Touch the tip of the thumb to the tip of the index finger, with the other three fingers stretched out. Specialty: As it is a mudra of knowledge, it enhances the knowledge.   Published on Sep 1, Sri Mukunda-Mala-Stotra is a sublime expression of exalted King Sri Kulashekhara’s devotion unto the Supreme Lord Sri Krishna and his eagerness to .

    Garland of Him who gives immortal bliss By Kulasekhara Azhwar Translated by ander. These immortal verses were composed by a prince of the Chera dynasty called Kulashekara Azhwar (Called Kula shekara perumal in Kerala)He was also called Mudaliyandan Nambi. He was one of the., 12 sages of the Bhakthi cult of Vaishnavism called sages were the minstrels of God who .   Bhagavad Gita Episode 2 Telgu on 20th Dec by Nitaisevini Mataji - Duration: Hare Krsna TV - ISKCON Desire T views.

    Did You Know? India has the largest postal network in the world with over 1, 55, post offices. A single post office on an average serves a population of 7, people. Some of my sloka books have become old and torn. Unable to find good replacements, I decided to blog some of the slokas, hoping they would help a few others too. I would be typing them myself, so kindly forgive me for any incorrect tamil and hindi/sanskrit transliterations and please keep visiting. Wish you a .


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Mukunda-mālā-stotra by KulacД“karar Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Mukunda-mala-stotra, although composed in elegant Sanskrit, is a simple expression of King Kulashekhara's devotion to Krishna and his eagerness to share his good fortune with everyone else. Like most other works of the stotra genre, it aims less at presenting a plot than at vividly and honestly expressing the true feelings of a lover of God.

The saintly king Kulasekhara lived more that a millennium ago in India, yet his Mukunda-mala-stotra speaks to us today with the fresh voice of eternal truth. Mukunda-mālā-stotra book It is the voice of a realized soul beseeching the Lord -- and us -- with the utmost sincerity/5(16).

Editorial Reviews The publisher, Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, Decem The Treatment for the Disease of Birth and Death. The saintly king Kulasekhara lived more than a millennium ago in India, yet his Mukunda-mala-stotra speaks to us today with the fresh voice of truth.

Mukunda-mālā-stotra book It is the voice of a realized soul beseeching the Lord -- and us 5/5(2). “Mukunda-Mala-Stotra,” translation and commentary by His Divine Grace A.C.

Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHERS: This document contains the first six verses of Mukunda-Mala-Stotra translated and commented on by Srila Prabhupada.

The remaining 47 verses have since been translated by his Size: 83KB. The Mukunda-mala-stotra, although composed in elegant Sanskrit, is a simple expression of King Kulashekhara's devotion to Krishna and his eagerness to share his good fortune with everyone else.

Like most other works of the stotragenre, it aims less at presenting a plot than at vividly and honestly expressing the true feelings of a lover of God. The Mukunda-mala-stotra, although composed in elegant Sanskrit, is a simple expression of King Kulasekhara's devotion to Krsna and his eagerness to share his good fortune with everyone else.

Being thus a very public work, it does not delve into intimate personal revelations or abstruse philosophical conundrums. Namaste!. Please take a moment to spread this valuable treasure of our Sanatana Dharma among your relatives and friends.

We are preparing this website as a big library of Stotras, Veda Suktas and Puja Vidhis without any print mistakes. Text 1: O Mukunda, my Lord!Please let me become a constant reciter of Your names, addressing You as Śrī-vallabha ["He who is very dear to Lakṣmī"], Varada ["the bestower of benedictions"], Dayāpara ["He who is causelessly merciful"], Bhakta-priya ["He who is very dear to His devotees"], Bhava-luṇṭhana-kovida ["He who is expert at plundering the status quo of repeated birth and death.

Mukunda Mala Stotra (the collection verses as flowers offered to Mukunda) is a classic text coming from the Sri Sampradaya.

In the Sri Sampradaya, there are twelve alavaras (azhavaras) who were Tamil devotional poets who dedicated their lives in singing and chanting the.

As the other Alvars do in their mystic expressions, in his perumaltirumoli King Kulasekhara emulates the roles of some of Lord Ramacandra’s and Lord Krsna’s mukunda mala stotra in sanskrit devotees: The latter part contains commentary by Satsvarupa das Goswami, one of Mukunda mala stotra in sanskrit senior disciples and the author of more than two dozen books on devotional life.

Text 1 sri-vallabheti vara-deti daya-pareti bhakta-priyeti bhava-lunthana-kovideti natheti naga-sayaneti jagan-nivasety alapinam prati-dinam kuru mam. Using a Sanskrit edition published by Śrīla Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura inŚrīla Prabhupāda began translating the Mukunda-mālā-stotra in the late ’s.

But after completing six verses with commentary, he suspended it to work on the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam. He never resumed it. {|| MukundamAlAstotram kulashekharavirachitam saMskaraN 1 athavA 2 ||} saMskaraN - 1 shloka saMkhyA 40 shrIvallabheti varadeti dayApareti bhaktapriyeti bhavaluNThanakovideti |.

There are many Stotras in this blog of many Gods. Stotra is a blog for the people who have faith in God. If your are reading a devi stotra then for. This book has been primarily inspired by two pieces of work — one, my thāthā’s beautiful hand-written composition of ślokās, for his grandchildren, and mantrapushpam, the excellent compilation of vedamantrās and stotrās, from Ramakrishna Mutt.

In this book. A great work by u. I am happy to inform that this small man, i.e. myself has written a commentary in Telugu on this highly divine Sthothram by that famous Devotee of the Lord Sri Kulasekhara Alwar.

Quite simply, “Stotra Mala” means ‘a garland of hymns’. Chanting is a very powerful spiritual practice. If a tired and grimy body feels good after a shower, a tired mind unwinds by listening to spiritual chants.

This book acts as a companion to Swami Brahmanandaji’s chanting. A garland of hymns to Mukunda is a Sanskrit poem composed in praise of Sri Maha Vishnu by the saintly king Kulasekhara Alwar. The devotional depth and appeal of its stanzas have raised the poem to the crest of Bhakti or devotional describes the misery of the soul trapped in the world and exhorts that Lord Krishna is the only salvation.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. O Mukunda, my Lord!Please let me become a constant reciter of Your names, addressing You as Śrī-vallabha [“He who is very dear to Lakṣmī”], Varada [“the bestower of benedictions”], Dayāpara [“He who is causelessly merciful”], Bhakta-priya [“He who is very dear to His devotees”], Bhava-luṇṭhana-kovida [“He who is expert at plundering the status quo of repeated birth.

Mukunda Mala Translated by P. ander Text, Lyrics, Meaning, Translations of Stothras of Lord Vishnu, Purusha Suktam, Vishnu Sahasra Namam, Narayana Suktam, Achyuthashtakam, Dattatreya Stotram, Krishna Ashtakam, Mukunda Mala, Madhurashtakam, Nama Ramayana, Nrusimha Stotram.Buy online book Mukunda-Mala-Stotra (Prayers of King Kulashekhara) - English, download PDF or read Hindi Mukunda-Mala-Stotra book online.Acharya Vikrmaditya Telephone: /Telefax: Email: [email protected]