bhaja govindaṃ Introduction Bhaja Govindam was written by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya. A biography of Shankara and his other. Download Stotram Lyrics (pdf & direct Links). ⇒ Bhaja Govindam In Sanskrit / Hindi: Bhaja Govindam was written by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya. BhajaGovindam is one of the smaller texts composed by Adi Sankaracharya. ( When The original title of Bhaja Govindam is Moha Mudgara.

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During his stay in Kashi, Adi Shankaracharya noticed a very old man studying the rules of Sanskrit by Panini. Stanza attributed to sumati. Blessed with such vairgya, could any fail to be content? Strange byaja this samsAra, the world. Published by Chinmaya Publications Trust, This is the way of wealth everywhere.

Is govinda no one to guide you? This text is prepared by volunteers and is to be used for personal study and research. These are nothing but a modification of flesh.

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There is only one thing in three worlds that can save you from the ocean of samsAra, get into the boat of satsanga, company of good people, quickly. Why am I amassing wealth, family, but have no peace? Chronology of Hindu texts.

But there is hardly anyone who wants to be lost in parabrahman. Perform these with care, with extreme care. Even then the attachment is strong and he clings firmly to fruitless desires. At the time of your death, Rules of grammar will not save you.


Time plays and life ebbs away. There are no evidences to prove the exact individual authorship of govlndam 14 verses, we have some traditional hearsay eviences as attribution. Distribute your wealth in charity to the poor and the needy.

Subbulakshmi is very popular. Why am I amassing wealth, family, but have no peace? The prayer leaves one in no doubt that the renunciation of our egotistical differences and surrender to God makes for salvation.

Ponder over your real nature.

Give up all attachments and renounce all comforts. Hence, the hymn bears the title “Dvadasamanjarika- Stotra ” A hymn which is a bunch of twelve verse-blossoms. The reason is that this was an extempore recital to an old man. Shankara explains, nay chides, us for spending our time in useless trivia like amassing wealth, lusting after wo men and requests us to discriminate and cultivate the knowledge to learn the difference between the real and the unreal. It is classified as a prakaraNa grantha, a primer to the major works.


Bhaja Govindam

Sanskrit Wikisource has original text related to this article: Inspired by the extempore recital by Shankara, each of his 14 disciples composed a verse and the 14 verse compendium is called chaturdashamanjarika stotram. Give up your thirst to amass wealth, devote your mind to thoughts to the Real. But when the soul departs from the body, even his wife runs away in fear of the corpse. The rendition of this hymn by M. Stanza attributed to yogAnanda. Worship Govinda, worship Govinda, Worship Govinda, oh fool!


Chant the holy name of God and silence the turbulent mind. It is divided into dvAdashamanjarikA and charpaTapanjarikA for this purpose.

Though sung as a bhajan, it contains the essence of Vedanta and implores the man to think, Why am I here in this life? However, the significance of the text goes much deeper and contains a well defined philosophy of attaining salvation.

The following two are not found in standard text of Bhajagovindam. What is the purpose of life? It is classified as a prakaraNa grantha, a primer to the major works. This work of Adi Shankara underscores govidnam view that devotion Bhakti to God, Govinda, is a vastly important part of general spirituality, as emphasised by Bhakti Yoga and the Bhakti movement.

Fools are they who are blind to the Self. The fourteen disciples who were with the Master on that occasion are believed to have added one verse each.