Mooka Saaram 31 slokas PDF document blessed by Bala Periyava! (abridged by Mahaperiyava from the 500 slokas Mooka Panchasathi)


Screen Shot 2017-06-15 at 3.31.55 PMScreen Shot 2017-06-15 at 3.32.12 PMMUka Acharya20Sri Muka Panchashati was composed by Sri Muka Sankarendra Saraswati Swamigal, the 20th Acharya to adorn Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam. The Acharya was the son of one Vidyavati, an astrologer and astronomer. He was a congenital deaf-mute. But through the grace of Goddess Kamakshi he gained the power of speech.

On knowing this attainment of speech by Mooka because of the grace of Devi, the then Acharya of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam, Sri Vidyaghana, sent for the boy’s parents and told them of his intention of giving sanyasa to the boy and, with their consent, gave sanyasa to the boy and ordained him as his successor in the Kamakoti Math.

Vikramaditya Sakari of Ujjain, Matrugupta, some time king of Kashmir, and Pravarasena, who succeeded Matrugupta on the throne, all considered it a rare privilege to serve at the feet of this great Acharya. Muka Sankara is the author of Muka…

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  1. Thanks for sharing.
    அவனருளாலே அவன் தாள் வணங்கி!


  2. Epic, did not know about this before! The PDF is great! Wonderful to have the meaning as well!

    There are a couple of mistakes in the PDF (kishcit is used instead of kinchit in 1-2 places). I have made a PDF with just the shlokas:

  3. What a miracle. Maha Periaval instructed me ina dream to read Mooka Panchadasi and I have been co tenuously reading Anya Satakam regularly. I have been planning to slowly read the other 4 satakams as well but astound as to how I can achieve that. Today Maha Periaval made it easy for me by this post introducing me to Mooka Saaram containing 31 important slokas compiled by Maha Periaval hi self, thus guiding me unseen. I can feel his presence all the time. The minute we call, the answer is given in some form. Koti Koti Pranams to MAHA PERIAVAL.

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