Tuesday, February 17, 2009


Sadashiv Ashtakam by Patanjali from Halasya Mahatmya at Stutimandal

(Click on the above link for the full poem)

Sample: Continuous salutations for Sadāśiva, Who lives in a divine mansion at the banks of a river full of golden lotuses, Who is dear to Visnu (One who has Suparna Garuda as a vehicle), Who has splendor comparable to millions of sun, Who roams with Aparnā (Gaurī), Who wears the king of snakes (those with a extended lips), Who is auspicious, and Who is known as Śambhu.[1]

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