This is a Free Pre-recorded Audio course by the teacher (of the same chanting course) Sri R. Raghunandana. It is consisting of the reciting of the shlokas along with meaning and commentary in Kannada. This commentary is written by Mahamahopadhyaya Vid. Ranganatha Sharma. This was recorded during Shankara Jayanthi 2020 and has 9 parts.
Note – This is similar to an audio book. Listening to such recitation incurs lot of punya and gives inner peace and calmness. The shravana phalam of Adi Shankara Bhagavatpada’s story will also be helpful and path-showing in the spiritual journey also.
The Details of the Chanting of Sri Shankara Digvijaya Saara can be had here-
[The same Teacher is conducting through our portal, a course on how to systematically chant the shlokas with all the grammatical and phonetic rules. One can avail this golden opportunity to learn the recitation by availing this course. Please click the link below and enroll for the ongoing course.]
Madhaviya Shankara Digvijaya is one of the most popular works which describes the life of Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Composed by Sri. Sri. Vidyaranya, 12th Jagadguru of the Sringeri Sharadapeetham, it is a vast text in 16 sargas (chapters) and has a total of 1843 shlokas elucidating the life, works and philosophy of the Acharya. It has detailed descriptions of the debates (vaadas) that Sri Shankaracharya had with other scholars.
With the blessings of the Jagadgurus, veteran scholar Vid. Mahabaleshwar Bhat, an aasthaana-vidvan of the Sringeri matha, has condensed the Shankara Digvijaya by selecting the most important verses which highlight the significant events in the life of Sri Shankaracharya. This condensed text, titled “Sri Shankara Digvijaya Saara”, has 214 verses. Chanting these verses helps devotees to contemplate the greatness of the Acharya and his life.
Vyoma Samskrta Pathasala is happy to launch this course, through which devotees would be able to listen to the verses of “Sri Shankara Digvijaya Saara” and also benefit from the meaning in Kannada. This pathanam by the teacher, enabling the student to understand in Kannada what is being read in Samkritam, is offered as a samarpanam at the lotus feet of the Acharya.