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Sivanandalahari Of Sri Sankaracarya - English | Stotra Book/ Hindu Spiritual Book

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SKU 911500109
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Swami Tapasyananda

4 in

5 in

Soft Bound

0.25 in

0.08 kg

• The great Adi Shankaracharya wrote "Sivananda Lahari,"in english a divine hindu religious book of devotion to Lord Shiva. Translating to "The Wave of Bliss of Shiva," this poetic classic describes the essence of Advaita Vedanta and Bhakti (devotion). 
• The hindu religious book, which has 100 stanzas, is a must-read for anybody seeking wisdom and devotion since it combines philosophical teachings with a strong religious spirit.
• The words of the song offer tribute to the literary and spiritual brilliance of Adi Shankaracharya. Every stanza is carefully composed, expressing the soul's longing for oneness with the Divine and reflecting deep thoughts. 
• Because of the language's richness and access, readers of different backgrounds can relate to its lessons.
• Shiva's role as the ultimate reality and source of happiness is key to the "Sivananda Lahari" idea. 
• The Hindu spiritual book presents Shiva as the kind destroyer of ignorance and the giver of spiritual clarity, glorifying His infinite visibility, infinite power, and limitless grace. Adi Shankaracharya teaches followers how to develop devotion, submission, and self-realization through his poetry.
• The devotional book also highlights the role that a guru, or spiritual instructor, plays in a person's spiritual journey, focusing on the importance of receiving direction from a realized master in order to achieve freedom. 
• Poetically, Adi Shankaracharya expresses the deep happiness and peace that come from constant devotion to Shivain this stotram book.
• "Sivananda Lahari" is still a spiritual classic that has inspired and guided numerous people and followers throughout the years. 
• Its blend of philosophy and devotion is still relevant today, inviting readers to dive into themselves in the waves of Shiva's grace and knowledge.