Bhagavath Ashtottara Shatanamavali ( Dramidopanishath Sara )भगवद्शतनामावली ( द्रमिडोपनिषत् सार ) భగవద్శతనామావలీ ( ద్రమిడోపనిషత్ సార ) பகவத்ஶதநாமாவலீ ( த்ரமிடோபநிஷத் ஸார ) ಭಗವದ್ಶತನಾಮಾವಲೀ ( ದ್ರಮಿಡೋಪನಿಷತ್ ಸಾರ ) ભગવદ્શતનામાવલી ( દ્રમિડોપનિષત્ સાર ) ভগবদ্শতনামাবলী ( দ্রমিডোপনিষত্ সার ) ଭଗଵଦ୍ଶତନାମାଵଲୀ ( ଦ୍ରମିଡୋପନିଷତ୍ ସାର ) ഭഗവദ്ശതനാമാവലീ ( ദ്രമിഡോപനിഷത് സാര )

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Author : Vedanta Desika
Deity : Maha Vishnu > Vishnu
Source : Single
Stotram Type : Ashtottara Shata Namavali

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bhagavadshatanAmAvalI dramiDopaniShat sAra


{Introduction}
The twin works dramiDopaniShad sAra and dramiDopaniShad tAtparya ratnAvali by Sri Vedanta Desika are the essence and summary of 1102 verses or pasurams of Sri Nammazhwar celebrated under the name of Thiruvaimozhi. Sri Vedanta Desika calls Thiruvaimozhi 'sarvIya shAkhA' or the Veda which is intended for all and says that this 'sarvIya shAkhA' has been discovered by Sri Nammazhwar.
Sri Nammazhwar in his Thiruvaimozhi has brought out the innumerable auspicious attributes of God. Sri Vedanta Desika has culled 1001 auspicious attributes from the verses sung by Sri Nammazhwar and put them in dramiDopaniShad sAra and dramiDopaniShad tAtparya ratnAvali.
The main body of 20 slokas of dramiDopaniShad sAra consisting of 26 slokas in all, present the quintessence of the ten shatakas or centuriums of Thiruvaimozhi. The 100 verses of dramiDopaniShad tAtparya ratnAvali summarize the thousand plus pasurams by Sri Nammazhwar. The essence and philosophy contained in each Thiruvaimozhi as a dashaka or decadium of ten stanzas is summarized in a single shloka by Sri Vedanta Desika.
A new collection of thousand names has been culled and coined from this by extracting one appropriate name of God from each of the ten stanzas forming the dashaka, taken together forming the sahasranama.
The ten auspicious attributes selected from every dashaka go to establish one main attribute of the Lord, these taken together form the shatanama.
The ten main attributes selected from every shataka give ten very important attributes of the Lord, these form the dashanama.
These lead to the one chief auspicious attribute of God on which depends the realization of the highest human aspiration of liberty from the bondage of Karma, equality with Divine beings and fraternity with fellow-beings.
Sri Vedanta Desika has given for the benefit of mumukshus the one name containing the all-important chief auspicious attribute of the Lord which can be repeated and realized even by those who have very little time at their disposal for Puja. This is - OM devAya shrIshAya svasiddheH karaNAya namaH . This shows that the Lord is Himself both the End and the Means... the Goal as well as the Way.

Based on Sri Nammazhwar's Thiruvaimozhi in Tamil and Sri Vedanta Desika's dramiDopaniShad sAra and dramiDopaniShad tAtparya ratnAvali in Sanskrit, these names have the combined flavor and the joint aroma of what is called Ubhaya Vedanta or the dual philosophy emboded in the northern tongue of Sanskrit and in the southern tongue of Tamil. The work is thus typically South Indian and truly representative of Ubhaya Vedanta Vaishnavism.
(Source: DLI book - bhaghavan nama sahasram., 5010010079089. sri vedanta desika. 1951.)

{shrImadbhagavannAmAvaliH}
OM devAya shrIshAya svasiddheH karaNAya namaH |
{shrIbhagavannAmadashakam}
OM sevAyogyAya namaH |
OM atibhogyAya namaH |
OM shubhasubhagatanave namaH |
OM sarvabhogAtishAyine namaH |
OM shreyastaddhetudAtre namaH |