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Varun M Tayur See more. This is addressed to the devotee: Brief Introduction to each of the shlokas 2. DNR Rao February 9th, at Such a waist is to be contemplated.
Only those who meditate on His great Swaroopa consisting of Bliss which is entirely different and superior to that of the others will attain His stotar of bliss. He is the source of all knowledge as without Him, none of the Indriyas will exist including the mind.
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He is Himself of the sotra of divine bliss and is full of auspicious qualities. He is also the greatest Purusha or entity ever. Jambunadambaradharam nitambam chintyamishituh Svarnamajnjirasamvitam arudham jagadambaya 3.
DNR Rao May 28th, at Dwadasha Stotra was composed by Acharya Madhva. I offer my salutations always to Sri Krishna, the son of Vasudeva and consort of Sri Lakshmi, who is always fit for such prostration, who is full of bliss and other auspicious qualities, and is without any blemish or defect, and is the giver of great boons such as Moksha to Gods like Brahma, who are themselves known as givers of boons to others.
He is Himself unaffected by all this, though He is like a householder with this world.
Account Options Sign in. For those who remember Him constantly and meditate upon Him, attainment of Mukti is assured. He is the creator of the world including revered deities like Brahma, Rudra, Indra, Surya, etc. The groups of souls in creation headed by Chaturmukha Brahma will attain Hari in Mukti and will have eternal differences amongst themselves as before in Samsaara.
Udaram chintyam ishasya tanutveapi akhilambharam Valitrayankitam nityam arudham shriyaikaya 4.
Hari is the Supreme Being, Hari is the father and mother, Hari is the teacher and Hari alone is the final support for the souls. Stotea Madhva explains some of the attributes further.
Acharya Madhva says that he has composed this stotra of Lord Hari as an aid to destroy ajnana and with great devotion to the Lord. Dwadash will be happy to read the explanation in respect of the subsequent eight shlokas too.
Smareta yamininatha sahasramitakantimath Bhavatapapanodidhyam shripateh mukhapankajamh 8. He has destroyed all enemies — both internal and external to Him. Santatam chintayeanantam antakale visheshhatah Naivodapuh grinantoantam yadgunanam ajadayah Meaning of each of the shlokas in English 4. This is well established by valid shruti sttora. Smarami bShavasantapa hanidamritasagaramh Purnanandasya ramasya sanuragavalokanamh Mail will not be published required.
The Yukthi logical argument here is that any entity which is independent will never be miserable as it will always choose happiness. In expressing such thoughts in English or other colloquial language, the limitations of the language sought to be used may also be barriers, to overcome which needs one to have patience and perseverance. He is the Gathi or final destination for the souls after their sojourn in the world.
The exact circumstances under which the stotras were composed are not known to a certainty, and various conflicting accounts exist. He asserts that who ever recites this shloka with understanding and conviction of its meanings will secure the pure bliss of Mukti without any doubt.
He has His essential nature and body consisting of Bliss and Knowledge etc dwadahsa are unique to Him and different from those in anybody else Vilakshana. For the same reason, He is also full of all auspicious qualities and is the Greatest person. Dvadasha Stotra Author Madhvacharya Language Sanskrit Dvadasha stotra is a series of 12 Stotras composed by Sri Madhvacharyathe 13th-century founder stotrx the Tattvavada or Dvaita school of philosophy.
There are eight known commentaries on the Dvadasha stotras.