Om Sri Ganeshaya Namaha Dear Ganapathiji, Could you please tell us more about the Amnaya Stotram and Tripura Sundari sthawarajam. One of the frequently asked questions is – which among the several AmnAya mantras does a shrIvidyopAsaka recite every day? AmnAya. I will post the summary, as I did for the dvAraka maTha, for the other three AmnAya maTha-s. May be scholars like shrI Charles Wikner*, can.

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There is no reference to the name of Sri Kamakshi in that work either. Here the reference is to the konahs angles of Sri Chakra which is said to be the seat of Para – vidya. There is a Siva temple in Kanchi called Vyasa Srantasraya.

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It may be noted here that Adivaraha is the Perumal of Tirukkalvanurone of the hundred and eight divya – desas of the Vaishnavitessung by the Vaishnavite Alvars. Then come the mantras for the 64 Siddhas starting with mangalanAtha etc. These Amnayas give information about the various Sankaraite institutions for the Western, Northern, Eastern, Southern and stltram super-regions Urdhvamnayaetc.

In the Lalita – ashtottara she is described as Kamakoti – mahapadma – pithastha.

But as a matter of fact we find that only the institutions for the Northern, Western and the Eastern regions are situated in amanya respective corners of India.

The Guruvamsa – kavyawhile referring to the last days of Sri Sankaracharya says: Preceptors of Advaita – Other Parts:. Preceptors of Advaita – Other Parts: Mishra at the Balabhadra Press, Puri, in2 Un – published Upanishadsprinted and published by the Adyar Library in the year and 3 Sankara – granthavali in Bengali script published by Rajendranath Ghosh.


The Sixth secret face of Parameshwara is what is termed ‘Anuttara’ and this is the seat of Parabrahma Shakti Mahatripurasundari. It is mentioned therein that Sri Sankara worshipped five sphatikalingas given to him by Sri Sivabut it is not stated where those lingas were installed. The devi sakti of the Southern stotrwm Amnaya is mentioned as Kamakshi in all the Mathamnaya editions and manuscripts mentioned above; but in the Amnaya published in the Vani Vilas Press, Srirangam, the sakti of Sringeri is mentioned as Sarada.

The parayana of Amnaya Stothram 5. Ramachandran, Retired Joint Director of Archaeology, as follows: I then found that in all the Amnayas mentioned above, the Amnayasthanas kshetra are unanimously described as being in the four corners chardhamsDvaraka in the West, Badari in the North, Puri Jagannath in the East and Ramesvaram in the South. Post on Dec 42 views. This Guruvamsa – kavya was, as already stated, directed to be written by Sri Sachchidananda Bharati who was the pontiff at the beginning of the eighteenth century sottram the matha on the banks of the Tunga river in the Shimoga District of Mysore State.

It then occurred to me that Sri Bhagavatpada might have originally intended to establish the Amnaya institutions in the four directions in the four places generally known as chardhamsi.

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From this it occurred to me that Sri Mukakavi while writing this verse had before him the inseparable connection between Sri Kamakshi and the Advaita philosophy of Sri Sankara which is the quintessence of the Vedas, i. This tradition is also mentioned in some form or other by many authors in their works. There is also a Sankaraite institution further south amnya Kanchi. The Guruparampara of Kudali Sringeri mathaprinted at Seshadri Press, Mysore, under authority of the said mathaalso says the same amnyaa with a very slight modification.

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The deviPurnagiriin the form of a hill and the kshetraBadrinathmake one Amnaya institution. Do the Lalitha thrishathi archana 4.

In the manuscripts of Anandagiri – Sankaravijayafound in the various libraries in the country, as well as ammaya the printed edition of the same it is said that Sri Sankara attained siddhi at Kanchi after consecrating Kamakshi there. In addition to Kanchi being referred to as the spiritual centre of the world in different holy texts, it may also be deemed to be the geographical centre of the astika world mentioned above.

The author of the work has himself written a commentary on the same. The first three chapters of the work deal with the life and work of Sri SankaracharyaThe Great. The Amnaya for each region deals stotra others with the kshetradevatadevi sakti and acharya of each Amnaya. It is said that from the five faces of Sri Parameshwara aghora, tatpurusha, vAmadeva, sadyojaAta, IshAnathe five Amnayas with their various mantras originated.

Thus we see that Kanchi is not only the seat of the sakti and devata of the Southern region but also is the centre of Mother Earth. The institution should have been either at Ramesvaram or Kanyakumari. In the Vani Vilas edition the name of the acharya is given as Suresvara ; but in the DvarakaPuri and other MathamnayasPrithvidhara srotram mentioned as the acharya of the institution on the banks of the Tungabhadra.

I then came across a small booklet Yati – sandhya in Devanagari script published by the Dvaraka – pitha in the year Vikrama Saka Others follow devi tAraka in its place.