Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha Dear Ganapathiji, Could you please tell us more about the Amnaya Stotram and Tripura Sundari sthawarajam. One of the frequently asked questions is – which among the several AmnAya mantras does a shrIvidyopAsaka recite every day? AmnAya. I will post the summary, as I did for the dvAraka maTha, for the other three AmnAya maTha-s. May be scholars like shrI Charles Wikner*, can.

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Friday, February 17, Sri Devi Upasana. The Guruparampara of Kudali Sringeri mathaprinted at Seshadri Press, Mysore, under authority of the said mathaalso says the same thing with a very slight modification. How to account for this discrepancy?

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In the Lalita – ashtottara she is described as Kamakoti – mahapadma – pithastha. Nor does the Guruvamsa – kavya follow the Chidvilasiya – Sankaravijayawhich mentions Dattatreya – guha in Badarimany miles distant from Kedarnathas the last resort of Sri Sankaracharya.

On the upper structure of the main shrine of this temple there are two stucco figures, one standing and the other sitting, depicting some relevant puranic aspects in connection with that temple. I then came across a small booklet Yati – sandhya in Devanagari script published by the Dvaraka – pitha in the year Vikrama Saka Ramachandran, Retired Joint Director of Archaeology, as follows: The author in the beginning of the work refers to Kamakshi as having blessed his Parameshthiguru with prasada in which milk and ghee were found in abundance and which was cherished by the celestials.

Monier Williams in his Sanskrit – English Dictionary referring to the Anandagiri – Sankaravijaya says that it is a biography of Sri Sankara recording his controversial victories over numerous heretics. This difference is probably intended to show that the figure is that of a sannyasi in his early teens and we may take it for granted that it is the figure of Sri Sankarathe bhashyakaraseated near Sri Vyasathe sutrakara of Vedanta.


The weight of probability belongs to the first view. I have put in some of the thoughts that occurred to me on the perusal of the various works read by me.

There is also a Sankaraite institution further south in Kanchi. Among the many details in the Storam relating to the institution of Sri Sankarathe kshetra and the devi – pitha i. How did it come into existence?

About Tirukkalvanurthe Tirthanka says at page The Kamakshi temple at Kanchi contains a life-size stone image of Sri Sankara with his disciples, four of whom are ekadanda – sannyasis.

This press also published a small booklet containing the Jagadguru – paramparastotra and the Mathamnaya. The devata of the Northern and the Eastern regions are respectively Badrinath and Jagannath and that of the Western region is Siddhesvara. The Guruparampara of the bharatiya – sampradaya of the institution on the banks of the Tungabhadra included as No. I then found that in all the Amnayas mentioned above, the Amnayasthanas kshetra are unanimously described as being in the four corners chardhamsDvaraka in the West, Badari in the North, Puri Jagannath in the East and Ramesvaram in the South.

Sri Sankaracharya towards the close of his life went from Siddhesvar in Nepal to Dattatreya Asramaabandoned his danda and kamandaluwhich became a tree and a tank tirtha respectively and stayed at Dattatreya Asrama at Mahuripuri in Mahratvada about thirty miles from Kinvat station on the Adilabad ——Hyderabad section conversing with Sri Dattatreya.

Enquiries made from the people of Mysore revealed the existence of a tradition that Sri Sarada Sarasavani after the defeat of Mandanamisra decided to ascend to Brahmaloka when Sri Sankara bound her by Vanadurga – mantra and beseeched her to follow him till he installed her sakti in this loka itself for bestowing her grace on aspirants for knowledge.

But when referring to Madhaviya – Sankaravijayahe says that it is a fanciful account of the controversial exploits of Sri Sankaracharya. Each of these again have divyaugha, siddhaugha and mAnavaugha gurus in them. This was the traditional belief of all the followers of Sri Sankara including those of the Sringeri matha upto the eighteenth century.


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In the Vani Vilas edition the name of the acharya is given as Suresvara ; but in the DvarakaPuri and other MathamnayasPrithvidhara is mentioned as the acharya of the institution on the banks of the Tungabhadra. As you are aware that every Devi Upasaka’s minimum spiritual routine consists of apart from his nithya karmas and manthra japa — Chanting of the following everyday 1.

As originally intended, Sri Acharya stayed at Kanchione of the seven mokshapuris of Bharatavarsha and also the seat of Kamakshi and Adivarahathe sakti and stltram of the Southern region.

The institution on the banks of the Tungabhadra established for the worship of Sarada should also be considered as a seat of Bhagavatpada. The Kanchimahatmya and the Kamakshivilasa give in full detail the story of this hiding of Vishnu.

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Here the reference is to the konahs angles of Sri Chakra which is said to be the seat of Para – vidya. The same verse appears in the stotrqm of Sivarahasya obtained from some other libraries as well as in the commentary to verse of the last Chapter of Madhaviya – Sankaravijaya.

In the colophon to each chapter of the work it is stated that it has been written at the direction nirmapita of Sri Sachchidananda Bharatithe head of that matha Kanchi is one of the seven mokshapuris. It is requested that scholars who happen to read this may excuse me for any lapses and help me with their suggestions, if any.