His Divine Works
Mahatma Sri Kamakshi Dasa has expounded many holy hymns in praise of various deities. The hymns are a result of the divine visions he had on the deities ordaining him to compose them.
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A compendium of holy verses sung in praise of goddess Kamakshi Devi, including kritis, bhajans, sholkas, anuboothis etc.
Hymns in praise of Lord Ganesha comprising of thiruppugazh, vinagayar pancharathnam, vinayagar padhigam and much more.
It is a collection of holy verses including archanai, arul vendal, anubhoothi on Lord Guruvayurappan.
Hymns in praise of Lord Siva comprising of siva panchakam, mangala linga panchakam, sivanar thiruvenba, shlokas, arul vendal, archanai, dhoopam, dheepam, neivedhyam etc.
Hymns in praise of Lord Muruga at Uttar Swamimalai temple, New Delhi. This includes thiruppugazh, arul vendal, archanai, vadaveragan anubhoothi, alankaram and more.
This has a compilation of divine compositions on Vadapazhani Andavar – Lord Muruga. The holy hymns includes arul vendal, archanai, alankaram, anubhoothi, vaazhthu etc.
Hymns in praise of Tirupathi Sri Venkateswara swamy. that includes Venkatesha ashtakam, shlokas, prapathi, mangalashasanam etc. It also contains tamil version of suprabatham, and Sri Adi Shankara’s Bhaja Govindham.
Holy hymns including anubhoothi, potri, and vaazhthu on Alarmel Ammaiyaal and Sri Thiruvengadavan. Sri Kamakshi Dasa expounds that reciting these holy hymns on Fridays would expel scarcity to bring in all prosperity and wealth.
The tale of divine union of Valli and Murugan in a classical form of tamil poetry called venba. Sri Dasa ascertains that maidens who recite the Venba with unflinching devotion will obtain the grace of the Lord, and will be blessed with a partner of their choice.
Bharatha Vetri Pangal
Sri Kamakshi Dasa sang in chorus the Bharatha Vetri Pangal – a melodic mode to invoke the mercy of the God to attain victory in the Sino Indian war in year 1962. We hereby present the verses sung by Sri Dasa, which was then widely broadcasted on air.
Srimad Bhagavad Gitai Porutpa
This is a true verse for verse translation in easy flowing and melodious Tamil verses fully bringing out the contents of the original. Sri mugam by Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Swamigal.
Srimad Bhagavad Gita – The Song Divine
A verse-for-verse translation of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita’s Sanskrit verses in simple rhyming English verses. Foreward by Sir C.P. Ramaswamy Iyer.
A new vision and interpretation of the basic truth realized and revealed in the Isa Upanishad which is not merely the first in the upanishadic enumeration but is also the first and foremost among the revealers of Reality.
The One And The Many
It embodies the Vedanta philosophy of Satya Advaita. It furnishes the philosophy of living in consonance with our highest potentialities and seeks to reconcile the doctrine of “Everything is Brahman” with the latest scientific discoveries.
The shortest of the Upanishads consisting of twelve terse verses. Mandukya Upanishad asserts that Aum is Brahman, which is the Whole, and that Brahman is this self (ātman).