Commentary on the Four Hundred Names

The Glorious Commentary on Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam – The Fourth Centum ==================================================================================== युगादिकृद्युगावर्तॊनैकमायॊमहाशनः। अदृश्यॊव्यक्तरूपश्चसहस्रजिदनन्तजित्॥३३॥ ====================================================================================   301) yugAdikRut (युगादिकृत्) Thence, the boundless wonder of Bhagavan is shown with the ensuing divine names. The divine form of Bhagavan as a baby lying on a banyan leaf is instantiated for expounding Bhagavan’s marvellous deeds. At the end of Brahma’s day, a partial

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Commentary on the Third Hundred Names

The Glorious Commentary on Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam – The Third Centum 201) sarvadRuk (सर्वदृक्) Bhagavan sees all the creatures – that are supportive, opposing as well as neutral to Him – befittingly in order to control them. Hence, He is called ‘sarvadRuk’ – the one who sees all entities. The root ‘dRush’ (दृश्) gets the ‘kvin’ (क्विन्) adjunct and ‘ku’

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Commentary on the second hundred names

The Glorious Commentary on Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam – The Second Centum 101) achyutaH (अच्युतः) (also repeated in 320, 557) The one who does not get separated from such surrendered souls is called ‘achyutaH’ – the infallible. The scriptures say thus in this regard: “Since I never gave up anything in the past, I am called ‘achyuta’” “I never get separated

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Commentary on the First Hundred Names

The Glorious Commentary on Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam – The First Centum Therefore, we begin to construe the thousand names of the Lord denoting His various forms namely para (as seen in the Supreme abode Sri Vaikuntham), vyUha (as seen in the milky ocean) and vibhava (as seen in the various incarnations) in light of the authoritative texts such as Pancharatra

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Commentary on the Introductory Verses

The Glorious Commentary on Sri Vishnu Sahasranama chapter begins – The Poorva Peethika Although not questioned, Sage Vaishampayana – out of utter affection – volunteered to speak thus to Janamejaya, who had a very peaceful mind having heard repeatedly from various learned people about the glories of the Lord, in order to enlighten him on many more esoteric meanings as

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