Many of you appreciated this post about Narayaneeyam day and took up the exercise and you will be completing the 100th dashakam tomorrow. Narayaneeyam day and one-dashakam-a-day parayanam
Some of you are asking me “what should we do on completion?”. You can do some neivedyam, pujai etc as per your convenience, but what is more important is to take a resolution to read Narayaneeyam regularly going forward. In the 10th slokam of 3rd dashakam Bhattathri says –
किमुक्तैर्भूयोभिस्तव हि करुणा यावदुदिया-
दहं तावद्देव प्रहितविविधार्तप्रलपितः ।
पुरः क्लृप्ते पादे वरद तव नेष्यामि दिवसा-
न्यथाशक्ति व्यक्तं नतिनुतिनिषेवा विरचयन् ॥१०॥
O Lord! What is the use of my mere prattling? O Bestower of boons! I have resolved that till Thy Grace descends on me, giving up all my lamentations, I shall do prostration at Thy holy feet which are in front of me, sing Thy glories and do service to Thee as best as I can. Thus worship Thee.
This is what Swamigal says when devotees ask what to do at the end of any bhajanam (worship). Till we get anugraham we should constantly do bhagavath bhajanam.
I have shared full narayaneeyam (samskritam) as a pdf in my website. Recently I printed it and found that it will be better if the font is bigger and if the letters have more space in between to read as a book. So
I have reformatted and added another pdf in this post for printing. -> Narayaneeyam book – lyrics split the way Swamigal reads (samskritham)
I always share the post and not the direct link because I have this habit of incrementally improving things. Like adding script, adding related posts, updating the document, I even edit and change the audios, So the final version will always be in the post. Happy Narayaneeyam day.
Tamizh version of Swamigal way narayaneeyam is also available here – Narayaneeyam single pdf tamizh – lyrics split the way Swamigal reads
Yet to do “Formatting for print”. Will do that soon.