Achyuta Ashtakam ( By Sridhara Venkatesa Dikshitar )अच्युताष्टकं ( श्रीधरवेंकटेशविरचितम् ) అచ్యుతాష్టకం ( శ్రీధరవేంకటేశవిరచితమ్ ) அச்யுதாஷ்டகஂ ( ஶ்ரீதரவேஂகடேஶவிரசிதம் ) ಅಚ್ಯುತಾಷ್ಟಕಂ ( ಶ್ರೀಧರವೇಂಕಟೇಶವಿರಚಿತಮ್ ) અચ્યુતાષ્ટકં ( શ્રીધરવેંકટેશવિરચિતમ્ ) অচ্যুতাষ্টকং ( শ্রীধরবেংকটেশবিরচিতম্ ) ଅଚ୍ଯୁତାଷ୍ଟକଂ ( ଶ୍ରୀଧରଵେଂକଟେଶଵିରଚିତମ୍ ) അച്യുതാഷ്ടകം ( ശ്രീധരവേംകടേശവിരചിതമ് )

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Author : Sridhara Venkatesa Dikshitar
Deity : Maha Vishnu > Krishna
Source : Single
Stotram Type : Ashtakam

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Sample text lyrics in English:

achyutAShTakaM shrIdharaveMkaTeshavirachitam

{|| achyutAShTakaM shrIdharaveMkaTeshavirachitam ||}

achyutAShTakam by Shri Shridhara Venkatesha.
The author Shridhara Venkatesha was a staunch devotee of Shiva but he
had no dislike for Vishnu. He had even decried the differences
displyed by people who claimed to be devotees of Siva or Vishnu to
the exclusion of the other. He believed that in this age of Kali yuga
when peoples' mind will be attacked by a million distractions making
it impossible for one to devote himself seriously to God, they can
take to chanting of His name as Shridhara believed that the name is as
potent as Him in distroying the sins of the devotee. This theme is
highlighted in this short poem. The poet addresses the name and not
the Lord as is usually the case. The power of the Lord's name in
destroying the sins is mentioned in the first verse. He cites with
wonder instances when the name came to the rescue of His devotees in
times of crises. One instance was the case of Draupathi when she was
being subjected to humiliation and was in a helpless condition. She
cried out for help and uttered Lord's name which produced unending
piles of clothes to the amazement of all and frustrated the efforts
of those who tried to dishonour her. The poet then cites the case of
Gagendra who was caught in a tussle with a crocodile. After a