It is amazing to know about Brahmasri Dr Soundararajan, retd Chemistry professor from IISC and his dedication to Periyava. As per His instruction Professor has been living in Kanchipuram. As a life-time project, based on Periyava’s wish, he has done a translation of mooka panchasathi. This book is going to be released and here are teh details:::
- Date: December 7, 2014 (Sunday)
- Venue: Centenary Hall, P S Higher Secondary School, Mylapore (opp to R.K.Matam)
- Time: Parayanam in the morning and book release at 6 PM
- Chief Guest:: Sri Muralidhara Swamigal
- First copy to-be-received by: Mahoupadhyaya Brahmasri Mullaivasal Krishnamoorthy Ganapadigal
Please attend in large numbers – get this book and start reading…I can tell you how lucky people in India are to get an opportunity to attend these great events and meet these great people….Outside of India, we barely get to see a good soul! Don’t miss these events to get a chance to listen good things and meet great people….
I have put together the 500 slokams in sanskrit as a large font, book format suitable for paarayanam.
Link to the book available in this page http://valmikiramayanam.in/?page_id=1466
You can download, share with friends who may be interested. It will print nicely into A4 size. I have finalized the slokams based on Swamigal’s inputs. (meaning, if there is a paada bedam, what I got here is Swamigal’s paadam)
Can I have Molokai Pancha sati book Tamil with Sanskrit version
IT IS AVAILABLE IN GIRI TRADERS.
Can we get Telugu Translations? Please let me know.
Dear Shri Mahesh can you please advise where the book can be obtained
Pl contact Sri Chandramouli at +91 99-40-080033
S.Ravi & Associates,
Fl-2,2nd Flr,C I T Cln
1st Main Rd, Mylapore
044 2499 2848
Though it is a repeated question, as the time had passed, i take the opportunity.
Please let me know whether i can write to Shri Matam for the book. And as i am from a village area of andhra pradesh, i have no other means. Also kindly let me know the cost of the book as i am a student and need to know whether i can afford.
where can we get the book by Dr.soundararajan of sree mooka pancha sathi slokas with tamil translation and meaning which was released on dec 7
You can write to:
Flat No2, 2nd Floor, ‘ Kamalini’ ,
Old No 16, New No 31, CIT Colony, 1st Main Road,
Can you please provide phone numbers?
I have got the book. It is a love of labor by Sri Soundararajan. The book is a treasure especially for SriVidya initiates.The other translations are Sri S V Radhakrishna Shasty’s and Smt. Lakshmi Halasyam’s. There is one more published by Kanchi Kamakoti math with each shatakam translated by different scholars which is also immensely readable and a delight , which, unfortunately, is not available easily. The translation available in archives.org is also good. In this case,only Arya Shatakam and Kataaksha Shatakam were done by Sriman Ganesa Iyer and the rest have been translated by another person. All these are Tamil translations. As far as I know only Arya Shatakam (The Kamakoti translation) has been rendered into English and is available on the web (at least, it was, a few years back).
Sorry, It is a labour of love.sorry for the error.
Thanks a lot Sri. B.Srinivasan for your act of kindness and Devotion to Goddess Kamakshi. Hara Hara Shankara, Jaya Jaya Shankara!
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Important book release at Mylapore, chennai on 7th December 2014! Mooka Pancha Sathi with Tamil UraI!
I have uploaded the other 4 volumes of Mookha Pancha Sati by G.V.GANESA Iyer in scribd.
Mr. R Venkateswaran, today i informed Sargunararman, who is my elder cousin, about your message in this blog, he was very happy to remember those days and about the book. He said will contact you soon.
Sri Periyava Saranam
Thanks brother. We had a talk.
I had picked up a book from the Matam during one of my visits. It had the slokas in Sanskrit and the meaning in Tamil. I dont know to read tamil. Still picked up the book for the Sanskrit Slokas.
Is this a altogether new book on the same subject. How I wish the professor can write another book with a English Commentary . Hopefully Periyava will soon bless us with this too.
Namaste we mookapanchasti and soundaryalahari books with telugu translation
Namaste we need Mookapanchasti and Soundaryalahari books with Telugu Translation thank you.
PLease let me know as t6o how i can get a copy of the after the same is releaseed on 7th December as I am staying at Bangalore and is not ijn a position to attend the function at chennai. I am a regular devotee of Maha Periava of Kanchi.
Im living in Guwahati. in 1980s Shri Sargunaraman taught me Shri Arya satakam , the first 100 shlokas of Mookapanchasati. After his transfer, upon her visit to Guwahati, my mother-in-law, Smt. Seetalakshmi Venkatachalam picked up the book and with the grace of the God, learnt it and propagated all the 500 shlokas to a group of dedicated ladies in Hyderabad and even chanted the same in the sanidhi of Shri Kamakshi . The first 100 shlokas themselves are rich in Sanskrit beauty and devotion . Happy to learn about the release of this new book .
நமசிவய பல ஆண்டுகளுக்கு முன் பெரியவா விருப்பப்படி நாங்கள் விருகம்பாக்கத்தில் மூகபஞ்சசதி பாராயணம் செய்துகொண்டுவருகிரோம் . அடிக்கடி படிக்கிறோம் பார்த்தசாரதி
Dear Mahesh I am really happy to note the release of Mooka panchasati bhashyamby Dr. Soundararajan! It is really a treasure for all of us especially Devi devotees.All the five satakams are varaprasadams by Devi uchishtam to Mooka Shankarar,our 20th pontiff of Kanchi Sri Matt. Shankara!
Hara Hara Shankara, Jaya Jaya Shankara! Om Kaamaakshyai Namaha!
Mahesh, corrections: Mullaivasal Krishnamurthy Sastrigal (not ganapatigal). Venue P.S. High School (not secondary school)
Last year I made a request to you for putting one shloka with Tamil meaning of the 5th part of mUkha panca sathi , the mandasmita sathakam. The request is still pending.
//Outside of India, we barely get to see a good soul! Don’t miss these events to get a chance to listen good things and meet great people….//
this only prompted me to renew my request! Jaya jaya Sankara!
Sorry Sir…too many emails to work on….pl resend it….
I have all the 5 Volumes of the Bhashyam of Mookha Panchasati, written by G.V.Ganesa Iyer (100 years old book). G.V.Ganesa Iyer was a great Sri Vidya Upaasaka. He wrote commentary on Saundaryalahari, Lalitha 100 names, and Mookha Panchasati.
Since you asked Volume 5 only, I am providing it here. Anyone interested in other volumes, let me know.
Sri GV Ganesa Iyer’s Bhashyam on Lalitha Sahasranaamam and Soundarya Lahari are classic works of devotion to AmbaL. Many thanks for uploading Mandasmitha Sathakam Volume V of Mooka Panchasathi. This work is greatly revered and chanted by both Mahaans, Maha Periyava and Sri Chandrasekhara Bharathi Maha Swamigal of Sringeri Sri Saradha Peetham. I never knew that Sri. Ganesa Iyer wrote Bhashyam for Mooka Panchasathi. If possible, Please upload other 4 Sathakams also. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hara Hara Shankara, Jaya Jaya Shankara!
Yes, we all need the full volumes of the bashyam….please provide the link for download… >
Dear Sir, Can I get the link to PDF files? I am trying to translate this Tamil poetry.. KATTALAI KALITTHURAI, I want some authentic prati pada artha bhashyam.. My email is email@example.com.. Thanks.
I am a keen student of Sri Mata. I have keenly gone through Sri Lalitha Sahasranam, trisati by Sir Chidananthanadar, Soundarya Lahari commentary by Sri Thethiyur Subramanya Sastrigal, Stuti Traye, all in tamil. As to Mooka pancha sati I have Arya Satakam commentary by Sri G.V. Ganesha Ayer downloaded from web. I will be indebted if can help me with other four volumes on this. I am also told that there is good work on this by one Smt. Lakshmi Halasyam. If u can suggest I am willing to contact them n buy. Your assistance will be of great help.
Dear Ganeshiyer sir
Namaskaram. I will be happy to get all the volumes link. Kindly advise me regarding
Thanks for this amazing piece of information . Please can you let me know what language this book will be in? And how those that are not in Chennai can get a copy (I live in London and I’m a Srividya Upasaka)
It is a Tamil book….I have to find out how to get it for out-of-town folks like you and me…. will update you soon….
This book in Sanskrit with Tamil explanation. A rare opportunity!