As per the divine order of prakrtam Srimath Abhinava Vageesha Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy, following are the details of the books that are planned to be released during the 121st thirunakshatra mahotsavam of Srimadabhinava Srinivasa Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy (34th pattam) planned from Nov4th to Nov7th.
Book 1 – Sri Krishna Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy Granthamala – Vol 6
— Vruttamuktahara-Stutih (With auto – commentary in Sanskrit)
Book 2 – Sri Krishna Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy Anubandhamala – Vol 2
”Srinivasavilasachampu” by Tirupati Venkatakavulu – Telugu translation of Sri Krishna Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy’s Sanskrit composition ”Srinivasavilasachampu”.
Book 3 – Sri Kasturi Rangacharya Swamy Granthamala – Vol 1
— Sri Vachassudha-tattvam
— Sri Karyadhikarana-tattvam
— Sri Lakshmi Hayavadana Mantramalika Stutih
— Paduka (Sanskrit commentary to Hamsasandesha-Rasasvadini vyakhya of Sri Krishna Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy)
— Bhavaprakasha (Sanskrit commentary to Navyopakarmanirnayah of Sri Krishna Brahmatantra Swatantra Parakala Swamy)
— Sri Krishna-panigraha-chandrika
Book 4 – “Abhinavashreeh” – Souvenir
— Guruparampara with photos and some general introductory sections.
— Avatara vaibhavam of Abhinava Srinivasa Brahmatantra Parakala Swamy in multiple languages (Kannada, Telugu, Tamil and English).
— Rare photos of Srimadabhinava Srinivasa Brahmatantra Parakala Swamy.
— Abhinava Srinivasa Brahmatantra Parakala Swamy’s Ashtottaram.
— Select Sanskrit works of Mahavidwan Satyagalam Srinivasa Deshikacharya that were composed upon prarthana of Srimadabhinava Srinivasa Brahmatantra Parakala Swamy.
— Selected old articles and Sanskrit works by Abhinava Srinivasa Brahmatantra Parakala Swamy and contemporaries.
— Selected articles of Asthana Mahavidwan Sri Karur Sheshacharya and Sri Atmakur Rangacharya (Abhinava Ranganatha Parakala Swamy).
— Few sampradaya articles in multiple languages.
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Courtesy : Sri Sudharshana Prasad