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The Divine Garland Commentary on Goda Devi’s 30 Pasurams

Author Name: Dr. K. Sadananda | Format: Paperback | Genre : Religion & Spirituality | Other Details

The Divine Garland is the quintessence of Shree Goda Devi’s (Andal’s) thirty Pasurams of Tiruppavai, with an underlying theme of sharanagati or complete surrender to the Lord as a last resort for salvation, as advocated in Geeta in the sloka, ‘sarvadharmaan parityajya…’.

Shree Kuntimaddi Seshasarma, a well-known scholar in Telugu and Sanskrit, authored Melinomu, an extensive commentary of Tiruppavai, in Telugu, published by TTD. Dr. K. Sadananda, his son, who also published extensively on Vedanta, now with the help of his siblings provided a free translation of this work here, under the title, ‘The Divine Garland’. 

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Dr. K. Sadananda

Dr. K. Sadananda is a Material Scientist by profession and worked at the Naval Research Laboratory as head of Deformation and Fracture, published extensively in Science, and received many awards. After retiring in 2005, he works as a private consultant for six months of the year and spends six months in India. He was a visiting professor at the I.I.T., Madras. 

He is a disciple of Swami Chinmayandaji and founding trustee of Chinmaya Mission Washington Regional Center and Shree Siva Vishnu Temple in Maryland, USA. He teaches Vedanta on behalf of the Chinmaya Mission. Many of his books on Vedanta have been published by Indic Academy, and his talks are also made available on YouTube by the Academy under the title Acharya Sadaji. He is married to Smt. Mrinalini Sadananda, a well-known Kuchipudi dancer and choreographer. 



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