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Shiva has composed Mantra Raja Pada Stotra on God Narasimha. Sri Mantra Raja Pada Stotra is from Ahirbudhyna Samhita, a Pancharatra text. It was told by Lord Shiva himself. The stotra with the meaning goes as: पाञ्चरात्र आगमीय अहिर्बुध्न्य संहितात् श्री मन्त्र राज पद स्तोत्रम् PanchaRatra Agama associated Ahirbudhyna Samhita, Sri Mantra Raja Pada Stotram. ...


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yes !!! there is a promise by Him in the B.Gita and other authentic shastras that He accepts and reciprocates accordingly, the devotion of all His devotees either Radha or Shiva or any other. Krishna as a devotee of Radha, however never reaches the level of Her devotion. Krishna in transcendental devotion of Radha can go upto "MOHAN" Bhava/Rasa. ...


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There are 18 puranas (Satvik, Rajasic, Tamsic) Garuda purana Brahma Khanda Adhyaya 1 verse 43-45 kalau yuge sarva purāṇamadhye trīṇyeva mukhyāni haripriyāṇi mukhyaṃ purāṇaṃ hi kalau nṛṇāṃ ca śreyaskaraṃ bhāgavataṃ purāṇam pūrvaṃ hi sṛṣṭiḥ pratipādyate tra yato hyato bhāgavataṃ paraṃ smṛtam yasminpurāṇe kathayanti sṛṣṭiṃ hyādau viṣṇorbrahmarudrādikānām ...


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Srimad Bhagavatam 12.5.11 aham brahma param dhaam brahma aham paramam padam/evam samikshya cha aatmanam aatmanimaadhaya nishkale I dont think Sripada Madhvacharya commented on this verse. According to my studies I learnt this verse meant that both atma and paramatma are qualitatively same whereas quantitatively different for example : A drop in the ocean is ...


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This is a quote which stresses that vaishnava aparadh is a great sin. if one sees a vaishnava being offended then we should try to follow as much as possible what is quoted in that verse. the skandha purana says about 6 kinds of offenses: One who kills a devotee. One who blasphemes devotees. One who is envious of devotees. One who fails to offer obeisances ...


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