Of these, the Brhat-Sankara-Vijaya by Citsukha is the oldest hagiography but only available in excerpts, while Sankaradigvijaya by Vidyaranya and Sankaravijaya by Anandagiri are the most cited. According to the Kanchi matha tradition, it is "Abhinava Shankara" that western scholarship recognizes as the Advaita scholar Shankara, while the monastery continues to recognize its BCE chronology. Sir R. Bhandarkar believed he was born in CE.
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That desire has been fulfilled now and is being shared with all those interested. There is an interesting incident in the presentation of this stotram. The shlokam in the Sanskrit printed source given below has had a lot of printing errors and needed to be cleaned up.
The hymn is sung, put into Google drive, thence to iTunes and then transferred to the cell phone for convenient listening anywhere; upon everything being okay, the blog post is written to share with all. After several hours, the file did not show the corruption. This resulted in a thought that something is acting up unusually. Today, when this post was just about to be set up, it was discovered that the very second word of the hymn was in error — in the printed source and hence in the recitation, and it went unnoticed.
Hence, the heart felt that Kalika Devi wanted it fixed before sharing. The English transliteration source given below is relatively cleaner of errors.
This is a very powerful hymn for Kalika Devi and at the same time relatively short. The Sanskrit metre switches at about 3 minutes 45 seconds to Shikharini. Please recite with devotion and the bliss experienced will be phenomenal! And now the audio: about 12 minutes 46 seconds long. Mobile devices: click download; then play.
Tak Sri SankaracharyaSri Prithvidharacharya and Sri Vidyaranyaall these immortal sages have chosen Kanchithe Southern-most mokshapuri as their last resort. According to other sources, he died at Badarikasrama disappearing in a cave in the Himalayas. Vidyaranya too, according to the Pushpagiri — mathamnaya quoted by Kokkandrum Venkataratnam Pantulu in his Sankara — matha — tattva — prakasikartha — sangrahaa work in favour of the matha on the banks of the Tunga printed in the year at Sanjivini — mudraksharasalaPeddanaickenpetMadraswent to Hampi from Kanchi and after his immortal life work there returned to Kanchi in his last moments and attained Kailas there. Although the head of the sannyasi — murti is shaven, the sprouts of hair as seen in this sculpture depict the stage of an elapse of about a month after the actual shaving.
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