Sri Datta Ghora Kashtodharana Stotram in Telugu ఘోర కష్టోద్ధారణ స్తోత్రం శ్రీమత్పరమహంస పరివ్రాజకాచార్య శ్రీమద్వాసుదేవానందసరస్వతీ స్వామీ విరచితం ఘోరకష్టోద్ధారణ స్తోత్రం సకల వ్యాధులు నివారణ కోసం ఘోరకష్టోద్ధారణ స్తోత్రం శ్రీపాద శ్రీవల్లభ త్వం […]Continue reading »
Dattatreya is the combined manifestation of the holy trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. He is also known as the Adi-Guru or the first teacher and is considered to be the ultimate guru or spiritual guide.
Dattatreya is usually depicted as a three-headed deity, with each head representing Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. He is also depicted with six arms, holding various objects such as a conch shell, a discus, a trident, a begging bowl, a rosary, and an axe.
The origin of the name Dattatreya is said to be a combination of two Sanskrit words: “Datta”, which means “given”, and “Atreya”, which is the name of a sage. Dattatreya was born as the son of the sage Atri and his wife Anasuya. He was said to have been born through the power of their penance and was blessed with great wisdom and knowledge from a young age.
Dattatreya is also associated with the guru-disciple tradition. Many spiritual seekers and gurus consider him to be the embodiment of the highest spiritual knowledge, and seek his guidance in their spiritual practices. The teachings of Dattatreya are said to be contained in the text known as the Avadhuta Gita, which is a dialogue between Dattatreya and his disciple, the king Yadu.
Dattatreya is often depicted in a seated or standing posture, with his six arms holding various objects. Devotees offer prayers and offerings to Dattatreya, seeking his blessings for spiritual growth and enlightenment.
Sri Datta Stavam in Telugu శ్రీ దత్త స్తవం దత్తాత్రేయం మహాత్మానం వరదం భక్తవత్సలం | ప్రపన్నార్తిహరం వందే స్మర్తృగామి సనోవతు || ౧ || దీనబంధుం కృపాసింధుం సర్వకారణకారణం | సర్వరక్షాకరం […]Continue reading »
Shri Guru Charitra శ్రీ గురు చరిత్ర Shri Guru Charitra was first composed by Shree Gangadhara Saraswati in the Marathi language. In This Kaliyuga “Shri guru […]Continue reading »