Sharngdhara Paddhathi–is a 13th-century scripture that spans over three thousand verses arranged over one-hundred-sixty-three sections. Each section holds discourse on one major topic. Presented as a collection of epigrammatic poems, each poem, complete in itself, depicts a single idea eloquently. Passed down through Guru-disciple tradition, this work is an excellent representation of Sanskrit literature, each verse replete with profound knowledge.
This compilation provides treatises on upavedas and yogas such as Gandharva-Veda, Dhanur-Veda, Vrikshayu-Veda, Garal-shastra, Shakun, Navarasas, Anyokti, Rajneeti, Bhakti, Hatha yoga, Dhyana yoga, Laya yoga, Raja yoga, and various other relevant and useful topics. Additionally, this work offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience the work of great poets such as Mahakaavya and Muktaka.
To free those capable of doing so from the strings of attachment, Sharangdhar Padhhati is the true form of enlightenment.