Rushabha Sukta

A couple of days ago, I managed to upload the transliterated version of Rushabha Sukta. You can download the Kannada and Devanagari texts of the same from the mantras page.

Rushabha is the sukta that Lord Bhimasena chanted immediately after the slaying of Duryodhana. According to a beautiful article written by Sri Bannanje Govindacharya (in his book Pancha Suktagalu), Rushabha Sukta is also known as Sapatnaghna Sukta. The main rishi of the Sukta is Lord Bhimasena himself and the devata is Lord Narasimha.

In addition, I have also uploaded the Kannada, Devanagari and English texts of Sri Ramaa (Lakshmi) Stotra and the beautiful Grantha Malika Stotra. The Granta Malika Stotra is a beautiful composition by Sri Vyasaraja Swamy and highlights the 37 works of Sri Madhvacharya.

Madhva Jayanti

Tomorrow, along with Vijaya Dashami, is also the auspicious occasion of Sri Madhva Jayanti. It was on Vijaya Dashami day that Mukhya Prana took avatar as Sri Madhvacharya. He was born in Pajaka, close to Udupi in 1239 AD.

On this great occasion, I wish all readers of this blog a very happy Vijaya Dashami and Madhva Jayanti. I am uploading the Kannada and English transliteration of Madhva Nama, a Dasara Pada by Sri Sripadaraja Swamy. This is a very famous composition in simple Kannada and extols the virtues of Mukhya Prana and the three avatars of Hanuman, Bhimasena and Sri Madhva. In Madhva tradition, it is a practice for people who have not had Upanayana Samskara to chant the Madhva Nama instead of Vayu Stuti. It is believed to bring the same benefits to the devotees.

The documents can be downloaded from this link.

I have also uploaded the Kannada and Devanagari transliteration of the Narayana Sukta (along with intonation). You can download the same from the Suktas link.

|| Sri Krishnaarpanamastu ||