[Advaita-l] Advaita-l Digest, Vol 48, Issue 23

Siva Senani Nori sivasenani at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 1 01:04:33 CDT 2008

Dear Sri Sasidhar Reddy

Welcome to the list!

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> From: Sasidhar Reddy kmsasidhar at gmail.com

> I want the full text of Ribhu Gita in sanskrit version. Can any one let me
> know where to buy it? download it? If it is possible to get Siva Rahasya
> completely thats also a good help in deed for me.

You can find the full text of Ribhu Gita at http://sanskritdocuments.org/all_pdf/ribhugita.pdf. Do take some time to explore the Sanskrit Documents website as it is a very rich source of various documents in Sanskrit.

In case you want a critical edition, following is an old message on the list which shows where the Ribhu Gita is available www.advaita-vedanta.org/archives/advaita-l/2003-May/025989.html. 

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venkata subramanian venkat_advaita at REDIFFMAIL.COM 
Wed May 7 07:01:36 CDT 2003 
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The Tanjore Manuscript Library (popularly known as the Saraswathi
Mahal Library) has publiblished the Shiva Rahasya Purana
(incomplete as on date) in Sanskrit Devanagari Text.

The book has been edited by Thanjavur Swaminatha Atreya.

 One of the published volumes contains as a part in it, the
famous Ribhu Gita.  It seems to be an Upadesha involving
Veerabadra; if i remember correct.

  Also, it contains a Shiva Sahasranama in Sloka form; in one of
the volumes.  The book volumes are now available at the Tanjore
Manuscripts Library for sale.  In case, anyone buys during the
birth day week of Shivaji Rao the king founder of the Library, one
can get a discount of about 50% for their publications.


Mr. S. Venkata Subramanian
        Chartered Accountant

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Finally, when you get the time, do explore the Digital Library of India (google it and check out both IISc, Blr and IIIT, Hyd).



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