[Advaita-l] sutha Samhitas

H S Chandramouli hschandramouli at gmail.com
Tue Jun 2 02:41:35 EDT 2020


It may be of interest to some that Suta samhita, in Canto 3, Mukti kAnda,
Chapter 9, includes a shortened version of Sri Rudra in stotra form. Thus
even those who are not adhikaris for chanting Sri Rudra, or who have not
learnt to chant the same with appropriate svara, can chant this version of
Sri Rudra. The words are practically repeats from the original. The well
known << नमःशिवाय >> also finds a place in the stotra.

For the information of those who may be interested.

On Tue, Jun 2, 2020 at 11:58 AM H S Chandramouli <hschandramouli at gmail.com>

> Namaste Sri Subrahmanian Ji,
> Thanks for the clarification.
> This is the first time I am listening to the talks by Sri HH. The talks on
> Suta samhita are very interesting and informative. It is really wonderful
> that conformity between that text and the Bhashya are highlighted on
> practically all issues by citing appropriate references. I thought it would
> add to the value if while citing the Bhashya, references to the particular
> text in which these appear are also mentioned. For example, while on the
> topic of  the need for sanyasa, Suta Samhita mentions it as compulsory. In
> this connection, the Bhashya cited mentioned  <<…पारिव्राज्यं कर्तव्यमेव
> >>. I searched through Advaita Sharada, but could not locate such a
> statement. That is why I sought clarification in my earlier post. If
> references are included in the slides forming part of the talks, it would
> be of great value. I am not sure how practical or difficult this would be,
> but certainly it would add to the value immensely. Just a suggestion. If
> you think it appropriate you may kindly inform them.
> Regards
> On Tue, Jun 2, 2020 at 9:40 AM V Subrahmanian <v.subrahmanian at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 3:37 PM H S Chandramouli <hschandramouli at gmail.com>
>> wrote:
>>> Namaste Sri Subrahmanian Ji,
>>> Sri HH in his ongoing talks on Suta Samhita is referring to Bhashya by
>>> Sri Bhagavatpada on Suta Samhita. But I do not find any references to any
>>> such Bhashya by Sri Bhagavatpada.
>> This is the clarification I received when I posed your question: Bhashya
>> in these videos refers to Shankara Bhashya on Upanishads  and not Bhashya
>> on Suta Samhita ..
>> An attempt is made to show that, how Suta samhita is in line with
>> Upanishad teachings .
>> regards

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