October 22, 2011 09:58 by anisha
Adi Shankaracharya has said, Kasya sukham na karoti viraagaa meaning, what kind of joy does dispassion not bring? All kinds of joy and comforts come naturally to you, without your making any effort. Through practice and dispassion, this restless mind becomes still.
~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
August 11, 2008 23:51 by anisha
Bhaj Govindam... is a compilation from Shankaracharya's Moh Mudgar stotra.
Presented in the soulful voice of Bharat Ratna: MS Subbulakshmi
August 11, 2008 10:17 by anisha
Devi Aparadh Kshama Stotra by Shankaracharya, Sanskrit text
Na mantranm no yantram tadapi cha na jaane stutimaho
Na cha Ahvanam dhyanam, tadapi cha na jaane stutikatha
Na jaane mudraste tadapi cha na jaane vilapanam
Param jaane maatas tvad anusaranam klesh haranam
August 7, 2008 10:51 by anisha
Bhavani Ashtak is a Sanskrit poem written by Adi guru Shankaracharya in praise of the feminine divinity. 'Mother I am your child.' Sanskrit text follows...
, a Sanskrit poem by the first Shankaracharya, praises Krishna and other avatars of Vishnu. It is not only a beautiful piece of Sanskrit literature, it helps devotees enjoy God's roop-madhuri
- beautiful personality. More...
June 28, 2008 02:54 by swati
Shankaracharya penned the Sanskrit poem: Krishna-ashtak, eight verses describing Krishna in Vrindavan. It makes for delightful singing, with or without instrumental accompaniments. The rhythm is such...More...