A new book ‘A Genius Named Srimad Sudhindra Tirtha’ was released on 5th April 2015, at Vyasashram, Haridwar by the divine hands of Sri Sudhindra Tirtha.
The book contains:
- All the Sanskrit stotras composed by Sri Sudhindra Tirtha in Devanagari/Hindi scripts
- Translations of these stotras into English
- Commentaries on these Sanskrit works including references to Mahabharata, Bhagavata along with an analysis on the meters used by Swamiji
The book is published by ‘Srimad Bhagavata Prakashana Trust’, Bangalore.
Pictures of the book release are attached. A small note about the book is also provided below “Srimad Sudhindra Tirtha, the present pontiff of Sri Kashi Math samsthan, fits the definition of a genius in more aspects than one.
The number of verses composed by Sudhindra Tirtha is a whopping 500!! Sri Sudhindra Tirtha Swamiji has composed nearly 30 stotras in chaste Sanskrit. A feat hardly achieved by any of the ascetics of these days – not just ascetics, hardly achieved by a full-time Sanskrit scholar of yore too.
The stotras also refer to a lot of incidents from Mahabharata, Ramayana, Bhagavata and other Puranas and Vedic scriptures. The tenets Madhvacharya’s Tattvavada philosophy are spread across these works.
Daily chanting/reading with understanding would definitely push the saadhaka in the right path of his/her spiritual saadhana”.
The book is priced at a nominal Rs.100 and is available at Kashi Math, Bangalore and at Walkeshwar Math, Mumbai.