Sri Dakshinamurthy Ashtottaram



Sri Dakshinamurthy Ashtottaram

Please add OM in the beginning and NAMAH at the end of every name.

17 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for taking time to upload the mantras of Sri DakshinaMoorthy Ashtrottams

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  2. Namaskaram Pradeepji, thank you so much for your kind words of acknowledgment. God bless us all!

    Hari Aum,
    Nandini

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  3. Thanks for uploading the 108 names. Do you know which scriptute this appears in? Om Namah Sivaya Ganesh

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  4. Om Sri Dakshinamurtaye Namah. Thanks you so much for uploading the ashtottarashata namavali. Do you know in which scripture these names appear?

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  5. Thanks for uploading the 108 names. Do you know which scriptute this appears in? Om Namah Sivaya Ganesh

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  6. Namaskaram,

    I am sorry, I am not sure which scripture the ashtottara sloka appears in.

    Hari Aum,
    Nandini

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  7. Thanks for these names. However, the name "mahAyogine" appears 3 times in this namavali. Moreover, some of the names in here are not consistent with 'Sri Medha Dakshinamurthy Ashtottara Satanamavalli' audio from Prof. Thiagarajan and Scholars. Just wanted to let you know.

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  8. Namaskaram,

    I think I typed this sloka from an old print-out that I had. But thank you so much for taking your time to let me about the repetition.

    Hari Aum,
    Nandini

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  9. Nandini,
    Namaskaram. I found a Dakshinamurthy sata namavali here in both iTRANS and sanskrit:
    http://sanskritdocuments.org/doc_shiva/

    Hope this helps.
    Naren.

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  10. Namaskaram Naren. Thank you so much the link. I shall look into it and see if that version helps :)

    Hari Aum,
    Nandini

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  11. This blog by you is solely superb, I got all what is there and definitely good writing for people like me, who loves to learn things i miss in this fast and materialistic world

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  12. Namaskaram,

    Thank you so much for your kind words of appreciation and acknowledgment :) May that Divine Power bless us all with peace, harmony and happiness in life.

    Hari Aum,
    Nandini

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  13. Namaskaram,Thank you very much for this great work.It was very useful to me.I was searching for Dakshinamurthy ashtothram for Guru Purnima celebration but could not find any where.I felt so happy when I came across your blog.You are doing a wonderful service.May God Bless You.
    with best regards,
    Rajalakshmi

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    1. Namaskaram Rajalakshmiji,

      Thank you so much for taking your time to write a note of appreciation and sending your good wishes on this Holy day. I am happy that you find this blog useful. May God bless us all with good health, peace and joy.

      Hari Aum,
      Nandini

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  14. Hello, This is wonfderful! thank you for posting this on the web. Can you please send me a pdf version of this sloka, so that I can keep it in my pooja room. I tried to send this request to the email address posted below, but it bounced.

    Best Regards
    Srikanth

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    1. Sure, I can send. Could you please leave your email address? I don't know why it bounced, maybe you can try again: citrus28@gmail.com

      Hari Aum
      Nandini

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  15. Hi...this is wonderful and i do appreciate your service....kindly forward me in PDF / MS words format please....Would be great to have it chanted....... saravanan51172@yahoo.com

    Cheers
    Saravanan

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