Sri Venkateshwara Suprabhatam is a very powerful set of Stotras, chanted for an ideal, blessed beginning to the day. These stotras, composed by Prativadi Bhayankara Sri Anantacharya, also famous as Prativadi Bhayankara Annan, are highly venerated, and most suitable for daily Parayanam every morning.
Do you want to mark the dawn of your day, with the divine vibrations of Shri Venkateshwara Suprabhatam? Join us in this free online live webinar course to learn a pleasing style of chanting the Stotras with bhakti (devotion) and spashtataa (clear, authentic pronunciation retaining the correct meaning of words).
You will learn 4 components here –
Sri Venkateshvara Suprabhatam (29 verses in which the devotees picturise themselves performing the auspicious sevaa at daybreak, in the presence of the deity)
Sri Venkateshvara Stotram (11 verses in which the devotees praise the glorious attributes of Bhagavan)
Sri Venkateshvara Prapatti (16 verses in which the devotees seek refuge in the lotus feet of Sri Venkateshwara)
Sri Venkateshvara Mangalashasanam (14 verses invoking all-round well-being for the entire world through Bhagavan)
Note: Please note that this course will NOT cover the meaning of stotras. It will cover only the recitation of verses.
Starting Date –Wednesday, 16th June 2021
Timings- 5:45 AM to 6:45 AM IST Everyday
Approximate number of classes – 15 Sessions (15 days)
Medium of Instruction – English
What will you gain from this course? (Key Benefits / Learning Outcomes)
Train yourselves to gain an ideal start to each day with positivity, auspiciousness, and divine bliss.
Learn the accurate pronunciation of Sri Venkateshwara Suprabhatam, with adherence to the basic rules of Samskrta Vyakaranam/ Shiksha.
Experience the power of Vishnu Bhakti through the magical Stotras.
Boost your Samskrtam-reading, chanting, and pronunciation skills.
Incidental physical & mental benefits include:-
Enhanced breath control (provides pranayama effect).
Shri Venkateshvara Suprabhatam is recited in Tirumala temple every morning when the temple opens in the brahmi muhurta. This was penned by Prativadi-bhayankara Shri Ananthacharya (also known as Annangaracharyar and P. B. Annan). The time is believed to be around 1430 A.D. Swami Manavala Mamuni was the poet’s guru. Same kavi also composed Sri Ranganatha Suprabhatam. This idea of suprabhata, awakening of God, is based on a verse (1.23.2) from the Balakanḍa of Ramayana by Valmiki, where Vishvamitra awakened Rama to carry on his daily activities.
कौसल्यासुप्रजा राम पूर्वा सन्ध्या प्रवर्तते ।
उत्तिष्ठ नरशार्दूल कर्त्तव्यं दैवमाह्निकम् ॥
O good son of Kausalya, it is morning sandhya time. Get up, O best among the men, and do your day-wise duties.
Daily Parayanam of Shri Venkateshvara Suprabhatam in the mornings in the brahmi muhurta was a ritual followed by many families even a couple of generations ago. If not so early, atleast even after the sunrise is good. If not daily, at least weekly parayana on every Saturday is known to be a highly beneficial activity for individuals and family as a whole. Vyoma Labs is trying to bring back this powerful routine to every home, by empowering devotees to chant this stotra correctly and derive their full benefits.
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