An object continues to be dear as long as one derives pleasure from it and it is detested for the duration that it causes pain. The same object cannot be always liked or disliked. Sometimes, that which is not dear may become dear. Moreover, that which was love-able can turn unpleasant. The Atma, towards which affection never wanes, is always the most beloved.__Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya.
The book Sri Shankaracharya Virachita Geetasaptaka contains seven stotras composed by Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya. The Stotras are in Kannada font and its Translation is rendered by Vidwan N Ranganatha Sharma.
Jagadguru Adi Shankaracharya Jayanti. 08 May 2011.UNA NUBE ES ATRAIDA POR EL VIENTO, Y POR EL VIENTO SE DISIPA NUEVAMENTE. POR LA MENTE SE ORIGINA LA ESCLAVITUD Y POR LA MENTE SE ORIGINA LA LIBERACION. Om Shanti.
Had been to Kalady in Kerala, the birthplace of Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Above photo is of the only surviving structure from the time of Sri Shankara - a temple dedicated to Sri Krishna. This temple is the ancestral deity of Sree Shankara Acharya.