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Lalitha Sahasra Namam for Common Man

Author Name: Kadambur Chandran | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

A part of Bhrahmanda Puranam, LALITHA SAHASRA NAMAM (the thousand names of Lalitha) is one of the most studied of the two main Sahsranamas, the other being VISHNU SAHASRA NAMAM.

These are not just names but the description of the Universe and its manifested form, Purusha and Prakruthi/Siva and Sakthy (the potential and kinetic cosmic energy) and the manifested, unmanifested and supernatural forms of Bhrahmam. Further it describes the different aspects of that cosmic force – three gunams/attributes, five elements, five senses and ‘Nadabhramam’ related to sound. It also gives out the composition of ‘chittham’/mind and its six enemies - the ‘Arishadvargam’ and how a sadhaka should meditate and attain final enlightenment. This book is a simple but meaningful interpretation of these names which every common man can understand.

The realm of Bhrahmam is fascinating and deep beyond contemplation. It can only be experienced through practice. This is a small step into that vast expanse. A must for every beginner.

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Kadambur Chandran

The author is a 72 year old retired army Officer settled in Palakkad, Kerala. He belongs to a reputed family of Nairs, grandson of Hon OAV Raja of Mannarmala (a nair chieftain of Samoothiry -Zamorin). He was initiated to spirituality by his mother and maternal grandfather in the formative years and though the fire of spirituality was dormant throughout the professional years, it rekindled post-retirement. He has a deep insight of the three Indian epics, Srimad Bhagavad Githa, Teachings of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa and contemporary spiritual gurus.

The literary career began by writing articles and short stories for magazines. As a writer he uses Malayalam as well as English with ease and has written few novels, and also translated certain Malayalam books. He has published a book titled “Ramayana-the journey of a soul” in Malayalam interpreting Ramayana as a yoga. In addition, he has translated a 630 page treatise on Bhagavad Githa by Dr. GV Appukuttan Nair from Malayalam to English.

The author loves to share his thoughts and understanding with others via social media. Prior to publishing the book, the interpretation of Lalitha Sahasra Naamam was regularly uploaded in Facebook in small bits and was well appreciated. This was the impetus for the book.