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No Constraints for Surrender

While explaining surrender (saranagati) as laid down in the Charamasloka, Svami Desika concludes his Rahasya Navaneetam with the words that there is no limit...

Adaikkalappathu – 11(Phala Sruthi)

Meaning: These ten verses dealing with adiyEn's SaraNaagathi at the sacred feet of the Lord of Kaanchi will shine without any faults forever. Bhagavathaas seek...

Adaikkalappathu – 10

Meaning: adiyEn has joined without fail the majestic and glorious feet of the Lord, who is never separated from His beloved consort. He has the...

Adaikkalappathu – 9

Meaning: As a prapannaa, adiyEn worships always the Lotus feet of PeraruLaaLan with a tranquil mind calmed by the clear understanding of the meanings of...

Adaikkalappathu – 8

Here, the conductance of one's life in the post-prapatthi period is described by our paramaachaaryaa, Swami Desikan. Meaning: adiyEn repeatedly reflects on the meaning of the...

Adaikkalappathu – 7

The meaning of the Abhaya Mudra of Varadhan is celebrated here. Meaning: The Lord is resplendent at the sight of the prapannaa and blesses him to...
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