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In the Mahabharata (considered as the fifth Veda), Lord Krishna, acceding to the request of Grandsire Bhishma, narrates to Yudhisthira the 1008 names of Lord Shiva, which He had received from the great Sage Upamanyu in the form of spiritual instruction long ago. This divine hymn bestows material success and spiritual unfoldment upon every sincere seeker who chants these names.

The translation and explanation of each name given by Vidvan Sesachala Sharma will add the much needed clarity of thought, which when coupled with purity of mind and nobility of purpose, will liberate the seeker, who chants these names with devotion, from all bondages of delusion and sorrow.

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Shivasahasranama Stotra Ratnam

SKU: S0070
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Publisher: Chinmaya Prakashan
ISBN: 978-81-7597-658-0
Language: English
Author: Vidvan Sesachala Sharma
Binding: Paperback
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In the Mahabharata (considered as the fifth Veda), Lord Krishna, acceding to the request of Grandsire Bhishma, narrates to Yudhisthira the 1008 names of Lord Shiva, which He had received from the great Sage Upamanyu in the form of spiritual instruction long ago. This divine hymn bestows material success and spiritual unfoldment upon every sincere seeker who chants these names.

The translation and explanation of each name given by Vidvan Sesachala Sharma will add the much needed clarity of thought, which when coupled with purity of mind and nobility of purpose, will liberate the seeker, who chants these names with devotion, from all bondages of delusion and sorrow.

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