Atma-Shatakam / Nirvana Shatakam (The Song of the Self) by Adi Shankaracharya ( CE). Mano Buddhi Ahankara Chitta Ninaham Nacha Shrotra Jihve. [edit]. 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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The Black Lotus App. I have no hatred or dislike, neither greed, nor liking, no delusion. I am neither the food nor the eater nor the act of eating.

I have no father or mother, nor did I have a birth. WikiProject Hinduism Hinduism articles. Sai Ram, I have found the audio sang by the students on the audio search page xtma Radio Sai. India portal v t e This article is within the scope of WikiProject Indiawhich aims to improve Wikipedia’s coverage of India -related topics. Index of Philosophy articles Mandukya Upanishad. Anonymous Wednesday, January 23, Jagadguru Sru Adi Shankaracharya.

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These six verses Shatakam have been composed by Shri Adi Shakaracharya. It was indeed Sri Govindapada who was the Guru for whom Adi Shankara was wandering and searching for. However, we want to listen from ‘our’ people i. Here is the link http: Hence that should be removed as well. I’ve seen it done with many other articles about religion. This New Year, remember your promise.


I have neither merit, nor demerit I am not bound by sins or good deeds, nor shhatakam happiness or sorrow, not pain or pleasure. Meditation, contemplation, mantra and prayer finally converge into a unified force directed towards the final stage, piercing the pearl of wisdom called bindu, leading to the Absolute.

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It would definitely take some time though No doubt about my existence, nor distinction of caste. I have no wishes for anything because I am everything, everywhere, every time, always in equilibrium.

I am indeed, That eternal knowing and bliss, immaculate love, fully awake. Neither can I be named as energy alone, nor the five types of breath, nor the seven material essences, nor the five coverings.

No fear of death I have, I have no separation from my true self, suatakam doubt about my existence, nor have I discrimination on the basis of birth. I am not the five elements sky or ether, earth, light or fire, wind and water.

Sathya Sai with Students: Nirvana Shatakam / Atma Shatakam

Much of the introductory text and the first translation as of 22 Nov are from Swami Jnaneshvara Bharati at [1] as was the previously replaced ‘informal’ transliteration. I am not the five senses, beyond that I am. O soul that art at peace! No fear of death have I, no doubt about my existence, nor have I discrimination on the basis of birth, caste,etc.


I have no hatred or dislike, nor affiliation or liking, nor greed, nor delusion, nor pride or haughtiness, nor feelings of envy or jealousy.

Following is its approximated translation after its original in Sanskrit. I am not the sense of organs ears, tongue, nose, eyes and skin.

I have found the audio on the audio search of Radio Sai, chanted by Swami’s students. I am not mind, nor intellect, nor ego, nor the reflections of inner self. I am neither virtue nor vice, neither pleasure nor pain, neither mantra nor sacred place, neither Vedas nor sacrifices.

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I have no pride or haughtiness, nor jealousy. Sathya Sai with Students Team. Blog by Suresh Ramaswamy Ramaswamy.

I have neither merit, nor demerit I am not bound by sins or good deeds, nor by happiness or sorrow, not pain or pleasure.

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