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With a hundred verses divided into four sections, the Hymn to the Lord of Badari is a rare work of artistic elegance, of philosophical depths and of emotional beauty. Penned by the great sage, Swami Tapovanam, it presents a summary of the highest Truth, charting a clear path for the seeker to follow. Written during his sojourns to the pilgrim center of Badrinath, the garland of hymns explores the entire spectrum of Vedanta, from discussing superimposition and negation to elaborating on the spiritual practices to be followed and the results we experience.

Swami Chinmayananda's translation and commentary of the Badrinatha Stotram helps the seeker use the pregnant words as anchor, to lift themselves out of the morass and into the divine light.

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Hymn to Badrinath

Hymn to Badrinath

SKU: B0001
₹250
Publisher: Chinmaya Prakashan
ISBN: 978-81-7597-100-4
Language: English
Author: Swami Tapovan Maharaj
Binding: Paperback
Tags:
  • Spirituality, Spiritual Knowledge, Philosophy, Awakening

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With a hundred verses divided into four sections, the Hymn to the Lord of Badari is a rare work of artistic elegance, of philosophical depths and of emotional beauty. Penned by the great sage, Swami Tapovanam, it presents a summary of the highest Truth, charting a clear path for the seeker to follow. Written during his sojourns to the pilgrim center of Badrinath, the garland of hymns explores the entire spectrum of Vedanta, from discussing superimposition and negation to elaborating on the spiritual practices to be followed and the results we experience.

Swami Chinmayananda's translation and commentary of the Badrinatha Stotram helps the seeker use the pregnant words as anchor, to lift themselves out of the morass and into the divine light.

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