Kapaleeshwar Ashtakamकपालीश्वराष्टकम् కపాలీశ్వరాష్టకమ్ கபாலீஶ்வராஷ்டகம் ಕಪಾಲೀಶ್ವರಾಷ್ಟಕಮ್ કપાલીશ્વરાષ્ટકમ્ কপালীশ্বরাষ্টকম্ କପାଲୀଶ୍ଵରାଷ୍ଟକମ୍ കപാലീശ്വരാഷ്ടകമ്

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Author : Ramakrishnananda Shishya Ramachandra
Deity : Shiva > Kapaleeshwara
Source : Single
Stotram Type : Ashtakam

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Sample text lyrics in English:

shrIkapAlIshvarAShTakam

{|| shrIkapAlIshvarAShTakam ||}

INTRODUCTION--
Shri Kapalishvara is the name of Lord Shiva who is the presiding deity
at the ancient temple of Shiva in Mylapore, Chennai - the capital of
the State of Tamilnadu. His consort has the name Kalpakambal. Ashtakam
(aShTakam) means a poem consisting of eight verses. In this case
the verses are in praise of Shri Kapalishvara. He is praised here with
qualities referred to in the vedas, puranas and also as the Infinite
Supreme Being. This shows that it is the Supreme Being that appears as
Kapalishvara in the temple in Mylapore as any god in any other temple.
NOTE:-
The following symbols are used in the explanations that are given below.
(1) - SA :- Saiva Agama. (2) - SP :- Shiva Purana. (3) - SAN - Shiva 108 Namavali.
(4) - SL - Shivanandalahari of Shri Shankaracharya. (5) - VS - Vishnu sahasranama.
(6) - BG - Bhagavad Gita. (7) - SS - Siva sahasranama (From Padmapurana)
with the commentary by late H.H. Sri Parasivendra Saraswati of Kanchi
Kamakoti Peetham.
The vedas (Taittariya Upanishad, Anandavalli) declare that the Supreme
Being is beyond reach of senses and mind. yato vAcho nivartante| aprApya
manasA saha| For this, reason His qualities cannot be adequately