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The Mystique of the Love of Divine

 
Acharya Narasimha (Author)
Synopsis The Mystique of the Love of Divine consisting of (1) Tiruppavai (Lyric of the Sacred Vow), (2) Tiruppaliyezhucci (The Song of Awakening), (3) Tiruppallandu (Blessing the Lord) is a selection from extensive devotional hymnal literature of South Indian saints, of great antiquity, known as Azhwars. They were deeply inspired by the Vedic literature and the Epics, Ramayana, Mahabharata and Bhagavat Purana. As the Azhwars lived in times of great antiquity, the theory of two different civilizations eg. The Aryan and the Dravidian, fostered in some quarters is totally baseless. These compositions are in Tamil language and are regarded as the outpourings of God-intoxicated saints, who had direct experience of the Supreme in their illustrious lives. Sanskrit verses corresponding to each of the Tamil Pasuram have also been added to make experienced by the deep ethos of the writings has been explained in this work. This Trilogy is popularly recited in all homes in South India on ceremonial occasions and even in the famous centres of Vaishnava tradition all over the country. This attempt of explaining the ethos contained in the Hymns was feld necessary to supply the need of educating the devout on the underlying dimensions of their worship. The reader will find the exposition complete and informative. It will encourage them to greater effort of spiritual enlightenment.
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Acharya Narasimha

Acharya Narasimha, the author of this work, belongs to an illustrious family of scholars in the ancient systems of Hindu Philosophy. He had been studying various schools of though over a long period. Though the writings of several scholars, of repute, were unique in their own way, he felt that they do not present an integrated approach, compatible with the sum total of Vedicc scriptures, and presented different conclusions, on preconceived theories. Towrds this consummation, the author has the following works to his credit: (1) Thousand Names of Lord Vishnu – A detailed exposition of the names of the Supreme as contained in the famous eulogy, Visnusahasra-nama stotram adapted from the ancient work of Sri Parasara Bhatta (Minerva Press, India); (2) Five Principal Upanishads – (Isavasyopanisad, Mundakopanisad, Kenopanisad, Kathopanisad, Taitthriyopanisad) Sanskrit Text in Devanagari, Transliteration, English Translation with Exhaustive Commentary and Copious Annotations. (Penman Publishers, Delhi); (3) Fundamentals of Integral Vedic Philosophy – A comprehensive study, incorporating the principles of unified thought of the Vedic literature (In press).

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Title The Mystique of the Love of Divine
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2003
Edition 1st ed.
Publisher Penman Publishers
Language: English
isbn 8185504407
length xi+203p., Col. & b/w plates; Notes; 23cm.