Śivārcanacandrikā

Work
ID: 96346
Full name: Śivārcanacandrikā
Language: Sanskrit

The Śivārcanacandrikā is a paddhati that appears to provide an exoteric outline of Śaiva Siddhānta daily observances, ācāra, and pūjā rituals. The prose of the text is copied (or perhaps plagiarized) directly from the Kriyāsāra, a Pañcārādhya Vīraśaiva Vedānta work outlining a Śaktiviśiṣṭādvaita or Śivādvaita interpretation of the Brahmasūtras. Despite Appayya's interest in Śivādvaita, he fails to copy any portions of the Kriyāsāra that discuss Śivādvaita Vedānta.

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  • Extracts
    Kind: Colophon phrase

    velūradhīśacinabommavibhorudāre
    citte ca dhāmni cirādabhivardhamānām |
    arcāvidhāṃ paśupate ramarābhinandyā
    mitthaṃ samācakalamīśvaraśāsanena ||

    sadrājayoganijacaṃcuranāhatājñā-
    śaktyādisārasamudañcitadivyatejāḥ |
    āvāhanakramakalānipuṇo’tidhīraḥ
    śrībommabhūpatilakaśśivapūjakaḥ syāt ||

    karotu jvarakaṇṭheśassvakīyārcanacandrikām |
    ākalpasthāyinīmenāṃ dyusthale candrikāmiva ||

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Suggested citation: Fisher E., Y. Bronner. "Śivārcanacandrikā." Pandit. <panditproject.org/entity/96346/work>. Updated on July 08, 2018 11:15 pm IST.