Pancharatna Stutiपञ्चरत्नस्तुती పఞ్చరత్నస్తుతీ பஞ்சரத்நஸ்துதீ ಪಞ್ಚರತ್ನಸ್ತುತೀ પઞ્ચરત્નસ્તુતી পঞ্চরত্নস্তুতী ପଞ୍ଚରତ୍ନସ୍ତୁତୀ പഞ്ചരത്നസ്തുതീ

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Author : Appayya Deekshitar
Deity : Shiva
Source : Single
Stotram Type : Pancharatnam

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pa~ncharatnastutI

{|| pa~ncharatnastutI ||}
Pancharatnastuti of Shri Appayya Dixita
Introduction
This short poem made of five gem like verses establishes the
greatness of Lord Paramasiva based on the authority
of the vedas and puranas. Sri Dixita had also written a commentary on
the verses. It contains a systematic exposition of the theme of the
poem (viz.) the supremacy of Paramasiva as parabrahman by a
discussion of the many scriptural passages. It is a brilliant
discussion by a great scholar.
Background
It seems that during his period there was much unseemly
squabble between the adherents of Siva and Vishnu as to who was the
greater of the two. Sri Dixita was saddened by this spectacle. It
appears that some of the adherents of Vishnu went to the extent of
condemning the Saivashastras as tamasic and Siva Himself as a jiva
only. Sri Dixita was very much pained at all these happenings and was
forced to espouse the other side (viz) supremacy of Siva. Even though
in this poem the author argues to establish the supremacy of Lord
Siva, it has to be emphasised that he had no bias towards Siva or
Vishnu. He had mentioned this in many places in his works. His