Tuesday, October 07, 2008


Gayatri Ashtakam by Adi Shankara at Stutimandal

(Click on the above link for the full poem)

Sample: I meditate on Gāyatrī, Who was the result of penance of Viśvāmitra, Who is dearest, Who is served by bumble-bee like sages, Who gives eternal or fleeting discerning knowledge, Who has a smiling face, Who is resplendent due to decoration by a crescent moon, Whose face is glowing red in color and has a betelnut, Who is situated in the middle of (twelve) Āditya, Who is dear to Hari, Who has three eyes, and Who has five heads.[1]

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