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मुकुन्दमाला पारायणाभ्यासः

Learn to Chant Mukundamala

Mukundamala is a popular stuti on Lord Narayana composed by King Kulashekhara Alwar. It contains 40 shlokas which describe the glory of devotion to Bhagavan as the means to gain relief from all the miseries of the world. In this live webinar course, Shri. Rajesh Anandaramu would help aspirants learn these powerful verses in a pleasing style of chanting, with bhakti (devotion)

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About the Course

What will you gain from this course? (Key Benefits / Learning Outcomes)

  • Learn all of the  40 verses of Mukundamala.
  • Experience the power of Vishnu Bhakti through the magical Stotras.
  • Boost your Samskrtam-reading, chanting, and pronunciation skills.

What are the materials/support you get?

  • Live, interactive sessions with opportunities to raise your doubts and get them clarified directly from the teacher.
  • Access to recordings of classes (both Video and Audio) which you can access anytime for repeated listening or catching up with missed portions.
  • Authentic text of the Mukundamala in various scripts.

What are the prerequisites to get the best out of this course? (Eligibility)

  • This course expects no previous exposure to Sanskrit language. Knowing Devanagari script is beneficial to understand finer nuances of pronunciation.
  • Shraddha and Bhakti towards Bhagavan and the stotra.
  • Please note : The verses will be displayed both in Devanagari and diacritics during the live webinar sessions.

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Mukundamala – Garland of Mukunda, is a great devotional expression of King Kulashekhara Alwar towards Lord Krishna. Just as one feels happy by offering the garland of flowers to Lord, one can feel the bliss by chanting Mukundamala shlokas which are encapsulated with love and devotion towards Lord Krishna.
King Kulashekhara Alwar was a ruler of the Chera Kingdom (present day Kerala). He is one of the 12 Alwars (12 vaishnavate poet-saints). Mukundamala Stotra in Sanskrit and Perumal Thirumozhi in Tamizh are two of his famous works.
Entire Mukundamala stotra, the text of 40 verses is taught verse by verse in this course.
Yes, there will be an oral assessment once the course is completed.  Learners who attend that assessment and gain over 60% of marks will get a certificate from Vyoma Labs.

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