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Sataka Padyalu Audio Books Download (Sataka Poems) from hereDasarathi Satakam (దాశరథీ శతకము) is a Telugu Bhakti Satakam, a popular form of Telugu poetry. It was written by Kancharla Gopanna during the 17th century.
It consists of 104 poems. Dasarathi means son of Dasaratha, who is the incarnation of Vishnu, Rama. The makutam for all the poems end with Dasarathi karunapayonidhee![దాశరథీ కరుణాపయోనిధీ] (O son of Dasaratha, the ocean of mercy).
Dasarathi Satakam Audio Book
|Title||Dasarathi Satakam Audio Book|
|Name of Satakam||దాశరథీ శతకము (Dasarathi Satakam)|
|Name of Makutam||Daasarthee Karuna Payonedhee (O son of Dasaratha, the ocean of mercy)|
|Written by||Dasarathi Satakam was written by Kancharla Gopanna, known as Ramadasu|
|Prepared by||SCERT Telangana|
|Web Page||Sataka Padyalu Audio Books Web Page|
|Text Book Name||Sataka Parimalalu-5 Dasarathi Satakam|
Kancherla Gopanna was a profound devotee of Lord Sri Rama so he sang many songs about him with makutam dasarathi. So, he is popularly known as Bhaktha Rama Daasu.
This Audio Book is to provide easy access to Dasarathi satakam and it’s meaning in simple language. Each Verse ‘s original full text is presented in English.
Dasaradhi Sathakam contains Telugu Poems of Dasaradhi of Sri Rama.
Best Collection of Sri Rama Dasaradhi Satakam are included in Dasaradhi Sathakam in Telugu. All Poems are in Telugu Language.
Telugu Lovers will like all Content in Telugu Dasaradhi Sathakam. Best User interface i is maintained easy to read all Poems or Padhyalu in Telugu. This can be useful to Kids and Telugu Student who want to learn Telugu.
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Dasarathi satakam is written by Bhadrachala Ramadas, original name, Kancherla Gopanna. ‘Dasarathi Satakam’ by Kancherla Gopanna, better known as Bhakta Ramadas, belongs to the first category prayer to the divinity.
Some Poems and its meaning
Poem: Sriraghurama Charu Tulsidaladama, Samakshamadi Shrin
Gara Gunabhirama, Trijaganna Shaurya Rama Lalama Du
Rvara kabandha rakshasa virama, jagajjana kalmasharnavo
Tharakarakrama Saadagiri Dasaratha! Karunapayonidhi!
Meaning: O Rama, who is born in the pious ‘Ikshavahu’ caste, who wears basil leaf garland in his neck, who is the epitome of virtues like forgiveness, romance etc, who killed the demons like Kabandha and who protects the entire world; salute to you! Please forgive our sins and protect us.
Poem: Śrīraghavanśatōyadhiki śītamayūkham̐ḍavaina nīpavi
trōrupadābṭamul vikasitōtpala campaka vr̥tta mādhurī
pūrita vārasūnamulam̐ būjalonarcedam̐ jittagimpu mī
tārakanāma bhadragiri dāśarathī karuṇāpayōnidhī
Meaning: O Rama, the moon born in the ocean of nectar of “Raghu Vansa(family), who helps in getting detached from chains of worldly things, I am submitting to your lotus feet the poems written in ‘Utpalamala’ and ‘Champakamala’ (chandassu). Let me worship you with those poems.
Ramadas 1620-1680 who had to undergo various stages of suffering in life, pours out his agony and at the same time, his unshakable faith and devotion for Rama. Infact, Kancherla Gopanna acquired the name ‘Ramadas’ because of his total surrender to Rama.
Sataka, as its name suggests, contains a minimum of 100 poems and often, much more than that. “Dasarathi Satakam” is no exception to this. The ‘Makutam’ or the punchline, which occurs at the end of each poem ‘Dasarathy Karuna Payonidhi’ gives the sataka a moving, tearful tone, thus invoking Lord Rama to be his saviour.