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The full moon day of the Aashaadha month marking Krihna Poornima or Vyasa Poornima is of great significance for followers of Sanatana Dharma. The day is earmarked for offering our prayers and respects to all the Mahatmas incarnate in the lineage of Gurus who lead us along the path of welfare. It is titled Guru-Saparyaa, meaning worship of the Guru.
Krishna Ashtottara Shatanama Stotram – StotraSamhita
Krishha follower of Sanatana Dharma may wholeheartedly perform this Parayana on the sacred period of Chaturmasya and obtain the blessings of the Guru. In our tradition, we revere even a person who imparts knowledge of even a single syllable.
Our tradition places the Guru imparting Brahma-vidya as the highest object of our devotion.
The Upanishads state that all welfare ensues to the one who has kwnnada devotion towards the Guru just as he has towards God. The Upanishads direct the seeker of the knowledge of the Self to undertake refuge in the Guru.
Srimad Bhagavad Gita also instructs the seeker to serve the Guru, upon which the Guru imparts Self-knowledge. Bhagavan Sri Krishna imparted the knowledge of the essence of the Upanishads in the form of Bhagavad Gita, with Arjuna as the instrument.
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This has been depicted beautifully as if the Lord is a cowherd milking the nectarine Bhagavad Gita from cows that are the Upanishads, first for the sake of the calf that is Arjuna and subsequently for every noble person. Salutations to Bhagavan Sri Krishna, the Supreme Preceptor and Witness, who is the personification of Sat pure existenceChit consciousness and Ananda unalloyed blisswho brings about the state of blessedness and ashtottaea is to be known through Vedanta —.
Bhagavan Veda Vyasa is an incarnation of Lord Mahavishnu. Bhagavan Veda Vyasa, addressed so because he ashtlttara the Vedas into four, is also known by the epithets — Badarayana, as he resides in Badarikashram — Paaraasharya, as he is the son of Paraashara Maharshi, and — Krishna-dwaipaayana because he was born on the banks of Yamuna river.
He penned the Ashtpttara to succinctly convey the import of the Upanishads.
Bhagavan Veda Vyasa composed the 18 Mahapuranas, Upapuranas and the Mahabharata to describe the way of life adjoined in the Vedas, and to make easily accessible the principal philosophical tenets of Sanatana Dharma for all. Twelve centuries ago, when Sanatana Dharma was at an ebb and a number of non-Vedic schools and incorrect interpretations were rife in society, Lord Parameshwara incarnated as Sri Shankara to the blessed couple, Shivaguru and Aryamba, in the hamlet of Kalady in Kerala.
Sri Adi Shankara Bhagavatpada completed the study of the four Vedas by his eighth year, embraced Sannyasa by seeking refuge in Sri Govinda Bhagavatpada, formally received Atma Vidya from His Guru, wrote the Prasthana-traya Bhashya and independent Vedantic treatises, composed hymns extolling the Divine in various names and forms, travelled throughout the country dispelling wrong notions and non-Vedic schools and imparted the correct Vedic import to everyone.
Sri Adi Shankaracharya propagated the Upanishadic philosophy of Advaita and lucidly explained the path to Moksha liberation. It is indeed fitting that Sri Adi Shankaracharya who accomplished so much in a short life of 32 years, is revered as a Jagadguru for having laid down the path for ennobling the lives of every human.
All the Jagadgurus of the Peetham have been carrying aloft the torch of Dharma and guiding Astikas. They have followed the injunctions for a Peethadhipati as set forth by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. It is hence our duty to remember and offer our prayers to this great lineage of Gurus on the auspicious Guru Poornima.
To enable the devotees from different states and region to involve themselves and chant this Parayanam the Stotras and Ashtottara Shata Namavalis are given in Kannada, Tamil, Telugu and Devanagari scripts.
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The significance of Guru Poornima In our tradition, we revere even a person who imparts knowledge of even a single syllable. Bhagavan Sri Vedavyasa click to enlarge image. Jagadguru Sri Adi Shankaracharya click to enlarge image. Feedjit Live Blog Stats.