The Saundarya Lahari is a devotional poem of one hundred hymns composed by Sri Adi Sankaracharya. The poem is divided into two parts – the first part, comprising verses: 1 to 41, is called the Ananda Lahari, or Wave of Bliss; and verses 42 to 100 comprise the Saundarya Lahari, or Wave of Beauty.
The hymn, written in the shikharini metre, extols in the Ananda Lahari, the dynamic aspect of Brahman, as Shakti, manifestations for worship, and the modes of internal meditation. The second part, the Saundarya Lahari, contains a magnificent exposition of the beauties of the charming form of the Divine Mother. In these discourses, Swami Sharadananda Sarasvati enlightens the listeners on the essence of the verses, their significance and benefits in one's daily lives to awaken devotion within.
This album contains discourses on the first ten verses of the text by Swami Sharadananda Sarasvati recorded during the webinar conducted by CIF in May 2023.
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