Could you kindly guide me...

Vaidya N. Sundaram sundaram at ECN.PURDUE.EDU
Mon Jan 11 13:14:25 CST 1999


Check out It has several sanskrit
documents that you can download and print out; some of the documents come
with translations. There are also several links to sites to learn sanskrit
on the web.
 It also has the toTakAshTakam, with a brief history and translation.


On Mon, 11 Jan 1999, Just A Friend wrote:

> I am looking out for Sanskrit Tutorials in the NET. If you know of any
> good one, could you please let me know of the same.
> Also, I would like to know the meanings of Shri Shankara's
> Govindaashtakam and Shri Thotaka's Thotakaashtakam... Could you kindly
> let me know as to where I could find them...

                        Vaidya N. Sundaram

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This gross body is produced by one's karma in past life, out of the
elements which have  themselves  transformed, and is the instrument
of the  jiva's  experience.  That is its waking  state in  which it
experiences gross objects.  -- Adi Shankara in VivekacUdAmani.

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"bhava shankara deshikame sharaNam"
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