This is written by Sri Saraswati Gangadhar. It has arisen from the conversation between Guru Siddha and disciple Namadharak. In the late nineteenth century, Paramhans Parivrajakacharya Shreemad Vasudevanand Saraswati Swami Maharaj, a famous saint of the Dattatreya tradition, translated the work in Sanskrit verses of equal number. Several miraculous deeds are associated with these two Gurus — 5 such deeds are relating to Shripad Shri Vallabh chapters 5 to 10 and 26 are relating to Shri Narasinha Saraswati, chapters 11 to 51 besides many mythological pouranik tales have also been narrated in this volume by way of illustration.
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Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Android phone users can now listen to this audiobook on the go without having to download audio files. An app has been developed for Guru Charitra audiobook and is available on Google Play Store for free. This book is a treasure house of spiritual events related to the life of Shri Guru Narasimha Saraswati. It is read with great reverence by the devotees of Lord Shri Dattatreya. It was later translated into Sanskrit by Shri Vasudevananda Saraswati Tembe Swami , who was also regarded by many as as incarnation of Shri Dattatreya and who lived about a hundred years ago.
It has been later translated into several other languages. This volume is regarded as divine, capable of blessing one and all who read it with respect and is placed with images of Gods and adored in almost all devotees' houses of Maharashtra. It is much respected and is very popular like Vedas, Ramayan, Mahabharat, Bhagawat and other puranas in sanskrit and Dnyaneshwari, Dasbodh, Eknathi Bhagwat etc. In the last century, it has spread its influence far and wide and legion are the experiences got by those devotees who read it regularly with respect.
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Shri GuruCharitra (English)
Secondly in those attachments there were 10 chapters in English and balance in Hindi. For an English online version of the Gurucharitra, please click the links in. It is much respected and is very popular like Vedas, Ramayan, Mahabharat, Bhagawat and other puranas in sanskrit and Dnyaneshwari, Dasbodh, Eknathi Bhagwat etc. Request you, if you have the pdf English form of the Shri Guru Charitra, and if you can email me the same — appreciate it very much! As per bhramara-keetaka nyaya,whereby the ugly-looking beetle gets metamorphosed and transfigured into the beautiful bhramara itself.
Shri Guru Charitra Audio Book (English)
Contents Introduction This book is a treasure house of religious events related to the life of Shri Nrusimha Saraswati. It is read with great reverence by the devotees of Lord Shri Dattatreya. It was originally written in Ovi form a Marathi Metre in Marathi by Shri Saraswati Gangadhar, whose ancestor Sayamdev had personally lived and served with devotion, Guru Narasimha Saraswati, an incarnation of Shri Dattatreya about years ago. It was later translated into Sanskrit by Shri Vasudevananda Saraswati Tembye Swamy , who is regarded by many as an incarnation of Shri Dattatreya and who lived about a hundred years ago. It has been later translated into several other languages.