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The Bhaja Govindam highlights the two human motivations – acquisition and enjoyment. Its thirty-one verses point out the delusion in external pursuit and urges one to seek the supreme Self.
Bhaja Govindam contains thirty-one verses. It was composed by the philosopher-saint Adi Sankaracarya, popularly known as Sankara. He was born in 788 A.D. in Kaladi, a village in the west coast of India. Early in life he took to sannyasa, celibacy and renunciation. He died at the age of thirty-two.
The Bhaja Govindam gives out the basic instructions on life.
A composition of Adi Shankaracharya. Swamiji`s commentary highlights two main human motivations viz. kanchana wealth and kamini woman.
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