[Advaita-l] ***UNCHECKED*** Re: The Bhagavadgita and Sri Vishnu Sahasra Nāma - double up as texts on Shiva as well

V Subrahmanian v.subrahmanian at gmail.com
Tue Dec 5 05:22:27 EST 2017

On Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 8:47 AM, V Subrahmanian via Advaita-l <
advaita-l at lists.advaita-vedanta.org> wrote:

>    The greatest blow to courting Narayana Bhatta as a non-vaishnava scholar
>    supporting the cult of Vaishnavism comes from not anyone else but
> himself.
>    He has composed the Sreepaada saptati which is a work holding Devi, the
>    consort of Shiva, to be the Supreme: Read an article here on this topic:
>    https://adbhutam.wordpress.com/2016/01/14/a-vai%E1%B9%A3%
> E1%B9%87ava-matures-into-a-devi-bhakta/

Here are some links to access the above work:

.. shrIpAdasaptati by shrInArAyaNabhaTTa .. : Sanskrit …
.. shrIpAdasaptati by shrInArAyaNabhaTTa .. – Sanskrit Document available
in various Indian language scripts as well as in IAST and ITRANS
transliteration schemes.

* The published book:   *
Sripada Saptathi – Simshuba <http://simshuba.com/product/sripada-saptathi/>
Link to the pdf:
Sripada Saptathi By Sri Narayana Bhattatri Translated by P.R. Kannan Related

*Sripada Saptathi*


Sri Narayana Bhattatri

Translated by P.R. Kannan

>From the blurb:
//‘Sri Melpattur Narayana Bhattatri is the celebrated author of
Narayaneeyam, a devotional poem of about 1000 verses in soulful praise of
Lord Krishna, the god of Guruvayur in Kerala. Sri Bhattatri though cured of
 ailment in his foot longed for peace of mind and bliss which still eluded
him. Tradition has it that the lord of Guruvayur appeared in his dream and
directed him to a place called Mukthisthala and to worship Devi Durga.
Bhattatri, upon Darshan of the goddess, burst out in 70 moving verses in
praise of Devi’s Holy Feet entitled Sripada Saptati.//


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