ॐ सद्गुरुश्रीत्यागराजस्वामिने नमो नमः

यस्य देवे पराभक्तिः यथा देवे तथा गुरौ।
तस्येते कथिता ह्यर्थाः प्रकाशन्ते महात्मनः।।

The inner meanings and import of the scriptures become evident to that noble seeker
who has supreme devotion for the Lord and the same intense devotion to his Guru.

About

Smt. Pushpa Srivatsan with President"Smt. Pushpa Srivatsan, a staunch Bhaktha of Saint Tyagaraja, possesses unique knowledge of music and insight into the Saint’s life purely out of her own inspiration. She is a disciple of Saint Tyagaraja even as Ekalavya was to Drona. Her discipleship does not just confine to music; it inlcudes her spiritual pursuit. She looks upon Saint Tyagaraja as her Upasya Devata. She has earned His blessings in full measure and this is borne out in her outpourings in the form of these unique and unparalleled compositions.”

“These stotras in beautiful Sanskrit are thrilling revelations, excellent in style and substance, to be cherished by all devotees and music lovers. They are very useful for prayer and worship."

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Books

Sadguru Sri Tyagabrahma Pushpanjali - 2015 Enlarged Edition

Sadguru Sri Tyagabrahma Pushpanjali - 2015 Enlarged EditionOriginal composition by Smt Pushpa Srivatsan in Sanskrit with English and Tamil translations by the author on Sadguru Sri Tyagarajaswami, the bard of Tiruvaiyaru. Abhinandanam in Sanskrit and detailed commentary in Tamil by Late Sri Seva Srinivasaraghavachariar, President Awardee. The book contains several Namavalis, Saranagati Gadyam and Mangalashtakam.

Updated in Aug 2015, this is an enlarged version of the book originally published in 1994. The enlarged version has Tamil transliteration of the Sanskrit text.
This also has Tamil transliteration of slokas on Sadguru from the arthor's book Sri Tyagarama Pushpavali.


Sri Ganga Sahasram - 2005 Edition

SriGangaSahasramOriginal composition by Smt Pushpa Srivatsan in Sanskrit with English and Tamil translations by the author. Foreword by Swami Sri Dayananda Saraswati and Abhinandanam by Late Sri Seva Srinivasaraghavachariar, President Awardee. Admired by scholars and devotees alike.
Contains more than 1200 slokas on the Ganga, describing the course of the Ganga from Gomukh to Gangasagar and the author's spiritual reflections on the natural beauty and tranquility. Reference to Sadguru Sri Tyagabrahmam - the Nada Ganga, is there in several places.
In the Ganga Raga Pushpavali more than 400 Carnatic Ragas are identified with Ganga as Raga Devata, giving more than one shade of meaning.


Himalaya Gadyam - 2005 Edition

HimalayaGadyamOriginal composition by Smt Pushpa Srivatsan in Sanskrit with English and Tamil translations by the author. Foreword by Swami Sri Dayananda Saraswati.
The lilting poetic prose describes the grandeur, splendour and spiritual vibrations of the snow-clad ranges, dense forests, gushing rivers and placid lakes of the majestic Himalayas as the Sadguru's form, nature, teachings, principles and his Kirtanas by an onto mapping. For her, the Himalaya is Sadguru Sri Tyagarajaswami, the snow-clad peaks His wisdom, the gushing Ganga His Nada, the placid lakes His smile, the innumerable forests His Kritis and so on. It is a single Gadyam of Himalayan nature expressing total Saranagati at the Sadguru's Feet.


Sri Tyagarama Pushpavali - 2005 Edition

SriTyagaramaPushpavaliOriginal composition by Smt Pushpa Srivatsan in Sanskrit with English and Tamil translations by the author.
Foreword by Swami Sri Dayananda Saraswati.
This contains 127 slokas telling Sri Rama's story, 256 slokas of Aksharavali on Sri Rama, Sri Rama Mangalashtakam.
It also contains several stotras in different meters on Sadguru Sri Tyagarajaswami including Mangalashtakam.
Tamil transliteration of slokas on Sadguru is now available as part of Sadguru Sri Tyagabrahma Pushpanjali - 2015 Enlarged Edition


Sadguru Sri Tyagabrahma Pushpanjali - 1994 Original Edition

Sadguru Sri Tyagabrahma Pushpanjali - 1994 Original EditionOriginal composition by Smt Pushpa Srivatsan in Sanskrit with English and Tamil translations by the author on Sadguru Sri Tyagarajaswami, the bard of Tiruvaiyaru. Abhinandanam in Sanskrit and detailed commentary in Tamil by Late Sri Seva Srinivasaraghavachariar, President Awardee.

The book contains several Namavalis, Saranagati Gadyam and Mangalashtakam.

Newer enlarged edition with Tamil transliteration was published in 2015.

Books by the author yet to be published

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