Advt. Post: ashwatthAmA-vyAsa-saMvAda and arjuna-vyAsa-saMvAda from droNa-parva and it’s citations in the works of various scholars

This post is athoured by Sri V. Subrahmanian Ji. And that article can be downloaded from below link.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/f2w82s29197mbpe/A_selection_from_Dronaparvan_F.pdf

 

Santosh Kumar Ayalasomayajula (षण्मातुरः)
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Santosh Kumar Ayalasomayajula (षण्मातुरः)

Santosh Kumar Ayalasomayajula, is 'षण्मातुरः' or 'षण्णां मातृणां पुत्रः' in detail, which means 'The son of six (divine) mothers' as he considers the six great goddesses viz. Parvati, Ganga, Lakshmi, Bhudevi, Saraswati, and Gayatri, as his own mothers, and sees himself as an infant in their laps. Together with their respective consorts he considers them as his own parents. He considers their children such as Ganesha, Skanda, Sanatkumara, Narada, Pradyumna etc., as his own siblings; in fact, not different from himself. He loves these six mothers very dearly, and equally loves the divine fathers; however, he has offered his 'devotion' only to Mahadeva! Hence he stands for lord Shiva safeguarding him from his haters. One would know him better from his writings.
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16 Comments

  1. sohini

    heartiest good wishes to you santoshji on the eve of MAHALAYA. In our Bengal mahalaya marks the festival of durga puja, this is one of my favourite days of the year. 🙂

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    1. Santosh Kumar Ayalasomayajula (षण्मातुरः) (Post author)

      Thank you and same you you dear sis. May ma durga bless you.

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      1. sohini

        🙂

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        1. S K

          The Hare Krishnas have unlimited resources behind them – they have bought an alleged mainstream scholar to assert Srimad Bhagavatam is more authentic

          http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~edbryant/works/vaishnava_dpbp.pdf

          The ostensibly mainstream Journal of Vaishnava Studies is a Hare Krishna front. This bit of nastiness is on par with Iyengar nastiness “sarvebhyo Vaishnavebhyo namah” which they recite at their sacraments. Actually the Iyer “Sarvebhyo Brahmanebhyo namah” is also nasty and should be changed to something more universal.

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    2. S K

      Iyengars are going to court even today about their vadakalai thenkalai storm in a teacup. I’m wondering if we should sue Iyengar temples, vekukkudi, Dushyant Sridhar et al. and force them to declare that they are followers of Iyengarism and not Hinduism. When donations dry up, they’ll see reason pretty fast. Look how smoothly they have adapted Ganesha into Iyengarism, although Siva dvesha flourishes.

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    3. Kāmakalā Bhațțācārya

      To my dearest Santosh Kumar and Sohini, I convey my cordial greetings of Durgotsava to both of you. May Devī Mahişāsuramardinī grant you both victory during battles and success during peacemaking. _/|\_

      ugracaņđā pracaņđāca caņđogrā caņđanāyikā l
      caņđā caņđavatīcaiva caņđarūpāticaņđikā ll
      aşțābhiśaktibhişțābhi satatam pariveśțhitā l
      cintayet jagatāmdhātīm dharmakāmārthamokşadā ll

      http://shiva-parvati.blogspot.in/2017/09/dasamahavidya-series.html?m=1

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      1. Santosh Kumar Ayalasomayajula (षण्मातुरः) (Post author)

        Thank you Ma. I saw your beautiful depictions of the dasamahavidyas. Id you yourself did those drawings and paintings, you have a good artistic hand too 🙂

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        1. Kāmakalā Bhațțācārya

          I haven’t done anything. Mā Nīlasarasvatī injected these depictions into my mind while Mā Ekajațā drew them by using me as an instrument. Hence, the credit goes Mā Tārā alone. _/|\_

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        2. Kāmakalā Bhațțācārya

          Also, belated best wishes of Vijayā Daśamī to you and your family. May the trident of Mā Mahişāsuramardinī protect us from all inauspicious elements.

          Shubho Bijoya _/|\_

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          1. Santosh Kumar Ayalasomayajula (षण्मातुरः) (Post author)

            Thank you and belated wishes for vijaya dashami to you too 😉

      2. sohini

        i am very very very sorry for being unable to wish u during durga puja 🙁 but still we can wish SHUBHO BIJOYA untill dipavali commences, right ? 🙂 A very very very SHUBHO BIJOYA to both dear Kāmakalā Bhațțācārya ma’am and Santoshji 🙂 My heartiest wishes to both of you and your families 🙂 And a very very very Shubh Dipavali in much advance.

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    4. S K

      I think I have seen through the mystery of why toxic vaishnavites want to claim Rudra in the satarudriyam is Vishnu. Here I only mean Iyengars of the South, the Bengali vaishnavite venom is expressed through the Gaudiyas/Hare Krishnas.

      Apparently, when you recite the Yajur Veda you have to recite the whole thing and there is the SataRudriyam sitting there staring them in their hateful face. Thats why toxic sites like Narayanastra go through contortions to claim it refers to Vishnu. Now a great Hindu saint like Sri Aurobindo claims there is almost an identity of Rudra and Vishnu in the Rig Veda- but these haters are selective. They claim any name like Siva or Rudra or Mahadeva refers to Vishnu when it suits them When none of these tricks work, they say Vishnu is the antaryami.

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    5. S K

      The story of Ganga is in both epics and Mahabharata assets the supremacy of Lord Siva by Ganga’s mouth:

      “Lomaca said.—’Ganga, the goddess saluted by the world, having heard these words of the king, was well pleased, and spake to Bhagiratha the following words,—0 great king! I am prepared to do what thou dost ask me: there is no doubt therein. But when I shall descend from the sky to the earth, the force of my fall will be difficult to sustain. O protector of men! in the three worlds there exists none who is able to sustain the same, excepting Siva, the most praiseworthy of gods, the great Lord with the throat of sable blue. O (prince) of a powerful arm! obtain the favour, by practising austerities, -of that same Siva—giver of boons……………….

      Thus ends the hundred and eighth Section in the tirthayatrji of the Vana Parva.

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    6. S K

      There is one sloka in Ramayana that supports the “vishnupadi” story of Ganga: But the style is very modern and it is certainly a Vaishnavite interpolation: If one accepts that – Ganga’s association with Vishnu has no Vedic or Itihasic sanction. Whereas the Bhageeratha story is sanctioned by both Itihasas.

      फलपुष्पैः किसलयैर्वृतां गुल्मैर्द्विजैस्तथा । विष्णुपादच्युतां दिव्यामपापां पापनाशिनीम् ॥२.५०.२४॥
      Phala-Pusspaih Kisalayair-Vrtaam Gulmair-Dvijais-Tathaa |
      Vissnnu-Psaada-Cyutaam Divyaam-Apaapaam Paapa-Naashiniim ||VR 2.50.24||

      1: The cluster of Trees and Shrubs are decorated with various Fruits and Flowers, and covered with young tender leaves, and also by various Birds (playing over them),
      2: The river has originated from the Feet of Sri Vishnu; She is Divine and sinless, and the destroyer of Sins.

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  2. S K

    This Iyer-Iyengar thing is infantile, but Iyengars are really hateful and there is a risk that they would sell out to the Hare Krishnas and work for the Christianization of India. Non-Iyengars should stop going to Iyengar temples and putting money in the Hundi. Temples that deny Siva, Ganesha et al.are not Hindu.

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  3. S K

    This conversation explains everything. Lord Siva is like he “finisher” in Baseball – Vishnu pitches 6 or 7 or 8 innings but only Lord Siva can do the really heavy lifting in the last inning. Lord Siva appears in the Mahabharata and Ramayana in a very limited way – bu his appearance is of the essence. All the “fights” Lord Siva has with Vishnuic figures are like a father “fighting” with his baby son and sometimes letting him “win”. Occasionally he teaches the son a real lesson – like killing Narasimha and using his skin as seat.

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