This Kannada book contains Veda mantras i.e., Rudrum, Chamakam, Shivashtottara Shata Namavali, Shivashtottara Sahasranamavali and Shivanamochharana Mahima.
This Audio DVD contains chanting of Rig Veda Samhita (Sringeri Patham) of 64 Adhyayas from all 8 Ashtakas
This second Volume of Siva Kosha deals with worship of Lord Siva including the source materials, hymnology and worship rituals.
Devata Rupa Mala is based on Sanskrit manuscripts bearing on Iconography. Illustrations in this book have been provided from several sources. The five chapters covered in this book are Images and Vizualizations, Pancha devata for Upasana, Ganapati, Surya-the Lord of Planets and Devi.
It is known that Rgveda cannot be understood without the help of Vedangas like Siksha, Kalpa, Vyakarana, Jyotisha, Nirukta and Chhandas. Among these, Nirukta occupies the pride of place. Hence thisbook Nirukta was published as a separate Volume.
This volume contains the commentary of Sri Abhinava Shankara on Sri Rudradhyaya of Taittriya Samhita. This commentary highlights the adhyatmika interpretation of the text following Yaska’s Nirukta.
A profound contribution to the understanding of the Vedic lore comes from Sayana. There is no Vedic commentary which is as exhaustive and authentic as Sayana’s. A close and critical examination of Rgbhashya has been attempted in this volume.
This volume focusses attention on the first hymn of Rgveda Samhita with elaborate introduction and notes.
This twelfth volume of Rg Veda Darsana contains the second part of Dinakara Butta’s Rgartha-sara
Rgarthasara is the selection of 200 mantras among 10,552 ,mantras of Rgveda Samhita These 200 mantras follows the ashtaka varga arrangement of the Rgveda made by Dinakara Bhatta. The contents of Rgarthasara are in two parts and this eleventh volume contains the first part having 98 Mantras.