ಶ್ರೀ ಹರಿ ಕಥಾಮೃತ ಸಾರ – Sri Hari Kathamruta Sara

During my last visit to India in September-October 2009, my Aunt Ms. Jayu Shamarao presented me a book on “Hari Kathamruta Sara” by Sri Jaganatha Dasaru.  This was the best gift I had received in all these years. Thanks so much Jayu Aunty.

As soon as I received this book, I had decided to work on putting this highly revered text online in Kannada and English(Baraha) to help many in the dvaita community.

I have a seperate page called “ಶ್ರೀ ಹರಿ ಕಥಾಮೃತ ಸಾರ – Sri Hari Kathamruta Sara” which will be updated as and when I get time. The main page here will also be updated to inform the readers that a new Stanza or Sandhi has been added.

Sri Jagannatha Dasaru in this composition has explained the gradation among the Gods. And with one supreme God; Lord Vishu.  The various stanzas explain this concept, first being lord Vishnu, followed by Lakshmi, than Brahma and Vayu, and later comes Garuda, Shesha and so on..

This composition provides a very basic and better understanding of the Gradation of Gods, and is done in very simple explanations.

For the first Stanza, the one which must be chanted at the beginning of each and every Sandhi,  please check the “ಶ್ರೀ ಹರಿ ಕಥಾಮೃತ ಸಾರ – Sri Hari Kathamruta Sara” page.

As always, comments and suggestions are welcome.

P.S: This whole composition is in Kannada, so please no translation in any other language other than English.

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7 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by padmashree on March 19, 2010 at 1:41 am

    Hi,
    Harikathamrutha sara – i think its a very voluminous book. will you post some more on that?, it will be interesting. thank you so much for the post. it made me to relish my childhood days when my father used to sing these songs in krishna mandira and we all listen to him with all pride and emotion.
    regards
    padmashree.

    Reply

  2. Posted by meeraghu on March 19, 2010 at 8:53 am

    Hi Padmashree,
    Thanks for your wonderful comments. The one written by Sri Jaganattha Dasaru is the condensed version, and hence has just 32 sandhis and around 1000 stanzas. Even this is huge.

    I am hoping to have word by word translation. I am not sure how much effort it is going to take, or how long it will take to complete, but I want to understand each and every word and stanza and sandhi completely.

    And share the same with the blog visitors as well.

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  3. Posted by Sukanya on February 3, 2011 at 4:34 am

    Namaskara,
    Harikathamruthasara is considered as the best. It covers about all the things needed for a human being which he/she should follow in the line of shastra.
    Once if you start to sing it with devotion the real nectar we can get it.
    Happiness comes once only if we knw the meaning.
    first we wil start to read then we shall learn the meaning.
    its better to practice along with the tape playing.

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  4. Posted by Prathima on March 13, 2011 at 5:54 pm

    Lovely Meeri, just yesterday I was in the process of listening to it online through Kannadaaudio and was hoping there was some version to read online. you are the best

    Reply

    • Posted by meeraghu on March 13, 2011 at 6:25 pm

      Prathima,
      There are several resources I have, if you are interested I can send it to you as well.

      Reply

  5. Congratulations.

    You are doing a marvelous job on Harikathamrutasara. Keep posting such articles often.
    Also please visit following blog and offer your comment – http://harikathaamruthasara.blogspot.com/

    ananth

    Reply

  6. Posted by vijayendra rao on June 9, 2012 at 7:07 am

    harihi sarvottama vayu jivottama

    Reply

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