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Shankaracharya Jayanti 2023: When and how to worship…

Shankaracharya Jayanti 2023: When and how to worship…
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When is Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti, why is it celebrated? Let’s know…

The history of ancient India includes the names of many famous philosophers. Adi Shankaracharya is one of them. He was one of the greatest sages of that time. His birthday is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout the country as Shankaracharya Jayanti (adi shankaracharya). He was born in the Kalady region of Kerala, and died when he was 32 years old. He saved Hindu culture by following the principles of Advaita Vedanta philosophy when it was most needed to preserve Hindu culture.

When is Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti in 2023?

Shankaracharya Jayanti (adi shankaracharya jayanti) is on the fifth date of Shukla Paksha of Vaishakh month. The dates and Muhurats for this year are as follows:

Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti: April 25, 2023, day Tuesday

Life Story of Adi Shankaracharya

The parents of Adi Shankaracharya (Adi Shankaracharya) were worshipers of Lord Shiva. Once Lord Shiva appeared to him in a dream and asked for a boon. The same Shankaracharya’s father sought a boon from God to have such a son, who is omniscient and Satyu. Then Lord Shiva said that the subtle child can either be omniscient, or Satyu. There cannot be both. Then the father of Shankaracharya (Adi Shankaracharya) asked for the boon of omniscient renunciation. With the blessings of God he got the ornaments of the son. Whose name was kept Shankar. His father died when he was only three years old. It was the child Shankar who went ahead because of his miracles and was called Shankaracharya. Child Shankar was inclined towards becoming a monk. But the mother was not agreeable to this. Then one day while taking a bath in the river, a tiger caught hold of Shankaracharya’s leg, the miracle of this time Shankaracharyaji said to his mother that, mother, give me the permission of saintly rights, otherwise this sea will eat me. From this the parents of the soul immediately gave him the allotment to be a sanyasi. Then, they became famous in the world and went on their life path.

Shankaracharya traveled across India between the ages of 16 and 32. They can make the shape of the Vedas reach people during the journey. People were made aware about Hinduism, people were made aware about our scriptures. Shankaracharya’s teachings are still a source of inspiration for people all over the world.

Works of Adi Shankaracharya (Adi Shankaracharya)

Adi Shankaracharya (आदी शंकराचार्य) was an unrecognized poet and he held the divine in his heart with an overwhelming love. His Niyat consists of 72 meditations and devotional hymns. These include Nirvana Shalkam, Soundarya Lahiri, Manisha Panchakam and Sivananda Lahiri.

He also wrote 18 commentaries on primary texts such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Brahma Sutras and the 12 important Upanishads. Shankaracharya also wrote 23 books on the basics of Advaita Vedanta philosophy explaining the truth of a transcendent or undivided Brahman. Atma Bodh, Vivek Chudamani, Upadesh Sahasri and Vakya Vritti are some of these.

Quotes of Adi Shankaracharya

Let us celebrate his birth anniversary with these quotes given by Adi Shankaracharya:-

  • Do not be proud of wealth, relations, friends and youth. All this is snatched away by time in the blink of an eye. Know and attain God by renouncing this illusory world.
  • Don’t look at anyone as friend or foe, brother or cousin. Do not waste your mental energy in thoughts of friendship or enmity. Searching for yourself everywhere, be sociable and like-minded towards everyone, treat everyone equally.
  • Like a dream full of attachments and hatred, the world appears to be true till awakening.
    Knowing that I am different from the body, I need not neglect the body. this is a vehicle
    which I use to transact with the world. This is the temple that has the pure soul within.
    To be free from bondage the wise man must practice discrimination between the One-Self and the Ego-Self.
  • Only through that can you lead a blissful life recognizing yourself as pure being, consciousness and bliss.
  • Happiness comes only to those who do not seek happiness.
  • Everything starts moving towards its nature. I always wish for happiness, which is my true nature. My nature is never a burden to me. Happiness is never a burden to me, while sadness is.
  • Like the appearance of silver in mother of pearl, the world seems real until the soul, the underlying reality, is realized.