Sri Mahaperiyava Sahasranamam by Dr SVR

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For a long time, I have been assuming that I had posted this already but it turned out that I had only posted ashtotram and trisati. While browsing through Dr SVR Sastrigal’s site (http://svradhakrishnasastri.in) I found the sahasranamam of Mahaperiyava. We all know Dr SVR Sastrigal’s command in Sanskrit and ambal/saraswathi kataksham. With all these combination and with the blessings of Kanchi Acharyas, he had apparently written this way long back. It appears that it was written after Mahaperiyava’s siddhi.

Please visit Dr SVR Sastrigal’s site – they are quite some great books available for free download…

Here are his introduction::

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Sanskrit Version with Tamil meaning
Tamil Version

 



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9 replies

  1. kindly share the details of the said book and i am interested to purchase the same.

  2. Sri Gurubhyo Namaha
    Pls post Sri Mahaperiyava Sahasranamam both stotram and namavali in html format, I can translate in different languages

  3. KINDLY SEND LINK YOU TUBE LINK OR MP3 FORMAT

  4. Is anyone have the audio fileen t for Sri Maha Periyava’s Sahasranama (1008 Naamaas)? It would be great to listen. to that learn that correctly

  5. Pranamam!

    Thanks for sharing such a wonderful post about the Mahaperiyava sahasranamam.

    Here I would like to share information about the Lalitha Sahasranamam“.

    Jai Bhavani.

  6. Thanks a lot for sharing Mahaperiyava sahasranamam.
    Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara.

  7. Great service by Sri. SVR and Mahesh to Devotees! Will be useful for PaaraayaNam! Maha Periyava ThiruvadigaLe CharaNam! Hara Hara Shankara, Jaya Jaya Shankara!

  8. Thanks very much for sharing the website. I found a book that I wanted to buy from an authentic source. And also, I think one should make commitment to recite Mahaperiyava Sahasranama at least once in a week, or at least on anusham day.

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