Atma-Shatakam / Nirvana Shatakam (The Song of the Self) by Adi Shankaracharya ( CE). Mano Buddhi Ahankara Chitta Ninaham Nacha Shrotra Jihve. . I’ve replaced an ‘informal’ and unattributed transliteration with one in IAST format. Currently there are two translations of the text; these. (Note: These six verses (Shatakam) have been composed by Shri Adi Shakaracharya.) Source: Vandana, Section 2- Sanskrit Hymns, Hymn 6. Labels: 6.
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I am not within the bounds of righteousness nor do I care for any wealth, I have no attachment, nor any desire, nor do I want liberation [the four Purusharths of life Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha].
Thanks for the link for SPB version. I am indeed, That eternal knowing and bliss, That unfathomable grace. Anonymous Wednesday, January 23, Return unto thy Lord, in harmony to His Self of Bliss! If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. India portal v t e This article is within the scope of WikiProject Indiawhich aims to improve Wikipedia’s coverage of India -related topics.
The second translation is from B K S Iyengarand it is exceedingly unlikely to be out of copyright either. I am not the mind, intellect, ego and the memory. However, we want to listen from ‘our’ people i. An image has been requested for this article. I have no wishes for anything because I am everything, everywhere, every time, always in equilibrium. No doubt about shatkaam existence, nor distinction of caste.
I am not the sense of organs ears, tongue, nose, eyes and skin. Stories you may want to read.
Neither am I the five instruments of elimination, procreation, motion, grasping, or speaking. From being a human to divine Add to Spiritual Diary.
ADI SHANKARA – ATMA SHATAKAM
In response, Shankara, who was eight years old at that time, spontaneously composed six verses in reply. Much of the introductory text and the first translation as of 22 Nov are from Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati at  as was the previously replaced ‘informal’ transliteration.
I seem not to have the privilege to do it. I have no fear of death, nor do I have death. I am formless and devoid of all dualities, I exist everywhere and pervade all senses.
Atma Shatakam / Nirvana Shatikam of Adi Shankara
Anonymous Saturday, January 19, 8: This Self-Realization comes through Yoga meditation of the Yoga Sutras, the contemplative insight of Advaita Vedanta, and the intense devotion of Samaya Sri Vidya Tantra, the three of which complement one another like fingers on a hand. Experiences of Students 3. I have no pride or haughtiness, nor jealousy.
No fear of death I have, I have no separation from my true self, no doubt about my existence, nor have I discrimination on the basis of birth. I have no wishes for anything because I am everything, everywhere, every time, always in equilibrium.
I am all pervasive. O soul that art at peace! I am sharing a link herewith which has been rendered by S. Neither righteousness nor pleasure nor wealth are mine.
I am without thought, without form.
ADI SHANKARA – ATMA SHATAKAM
The Song Celestial Religious Organization. I have no hatred or dislike, nor affiliation or liking, nor greed, nor delusion, nor pride or haughtiness, nor feelings shatkam envy or jealousy. I have found the audio on the audio search of Radio Sai, chanted by Swami’s students.
I am not the relative, nor the friend, nor the guru, nor the disciple. Sai Ram Christina, We are in the process of making the audio files for each of these Sanksrit hymns. At that time, he met Sri Govindapada, who asked him: This article is supported by the Indian literature workgroup marked as Low-importance. Always I am the same; I am neither free nor bonded. The speaker in the earlier verses conveys what the Holy Essence or Brahman is not.
I am indeed That eternal knowing and bliss unchanging love, one consciousness. Sign In to earn Badges.