Tradition holds that he traveled throughout India on foot expounding the doctrine of Advaita Vedanta nondualism , which teaches that the individual soul atman and the Supreme Brahman are one. What then? In this way, we can discover and become immersed in the fullness of that state of oneness within our own being. All rights reserved. Please do not copy, record or distribute. Viju has offered seva as a Siddha Yoga musician for over forty years.
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I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who shines like billions of suns, Who helps us cross the ocean of life, Who is supreme and has a blue throat, Who has three eyes and grants us our desires, Who is the death to the God of death, Who has eyes like lotus flowers, and who has the undefeatable trident. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who has a spear, a noose and a stick as weapons, Who is black in color and is the primeval cause, Who is deathless and the first God, Who is free from decay and ill health, Who is the Lord, who is a great hero, And who revels in the Tandava.
I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who fulfills desires and also grants salvation, Who is well known for his glorious face, Who is a form of Shiva, Who loves his devotees, Who is the God of the entire world, Who assumes various forms, And who has a golden waist thread, on which jingling bells are tied.
I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who maintains the bridge of dharma in life, Who destroys paths which are not right, Who saves us from the ties of karma, Who has a shining body because of a golden rope with bells tied in various places. I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who has feet adorned by the shine of gem studded sandals, Who is eternal, Who is our favorite God who bestows everything, Who takes away the fear of death, And who grants them salvation by his terrible teeth.
I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Whose loud roar is enough to destroy all those created by Brahma, Whose sight is sufficient to destroy all wrongdoings, Who is crafty and strict ruler, Who can grant the eight occult powers, And who wears a garland of skulls.
I salute Kalabhairava, the lord of the city of Kasi, Who is the chief of the society of Bhutas, Who grants broad based fame, Who is the lord who judges good and bad of those who live in Varanasi, Who is an expert in the way of righteousness, And who is eternally old and lord of the universe.
Those who read this enticing octet on Kalabhairava, Which is the source of eternal knowledge, Which increases the effect of righteous deeds, And which destroys grief, passion, poverty, want and anger, Would surely reach the holy presence of Kalabhairava. Shivashtakam mp3 This song is a descriptive salutation of the different attributes of Shiva. The great yogi who is referred to as Ardhanarishwara the one who has included the feminine as a part of himself , the fair-bodied one, and who beats a steady rhythm on his damaru.
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