Results for: bhakti

Mooshika Vahana

  Sung by: Manu Kondapi

Jaya Ganesha Gana

  Sung by: Manu Kondapi

Maha Deva Shiva Shambho_manu

  Sung by: Manu Kondapi

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Approaching God

Excerpts from Stephen P. Huylers Classic Work: Meeting God, Elements of Hindu Devotion

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Difference is Real

The Life and Teachings of Sri Madhva, One of Indias Greatest Spiritual Masters By Jeffrey Armstrong (Kavindra Rishi)

Bhakti, the Foundation, Leads to Humility

Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami
Given On: 2012-09-02

Attainment beyond anava marga. Acknowledging and coming closer to the Deities. True humility and devotion result from sincere...

Anbar Anbathu

  Sung by: Brahmanathaswami

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The Songs of Tayumanavar

"The hymns of Thayumanavar bring high solace to life; to hear them is to elevate life and soul. To live them is to enjoy the highest Bliss in spiritual consciousness. They are dynamic song-thrills that spark out of the Bliss-centre. Even a song a day will do to elevate human life towards Divine transcendence. Thayumanavar, is an out and out scripture for Saints and Yogins. It covers the entire field of Yoga and Jnana. It brings high solace to house-holders purifying their mind and heart. It feeds the flames of inner communion in real Yogins. There is not a single Tamilian who does not sing Thayumanavar and find joy in it. Every home cherishes it. Every mother puts her child to bed with its sweet symphony. The hymns of Thayumanavar are sublime music of the Soul, the song of the inner Spirits, and sparks of Divine Essence. It is very difficult to render them into another language. Any how I have ventured to do it during my silent hours of inner Communion with the immortal Spirit of the Saint. Now readers, imagine that the Saint is sitting in your heart while reading these rhythmic lines in deep ingathered tranquillity. They will exalt your thoughts and emotions to Supernal heights of peace and bliss." Dr. B. Natarajan of Chennai (Madras), India (1978)

Guru Bakthi

  Sung by: Mrs. Meena Thavaratnam