Uvasagharam Stotra

Published: 10.12.2015
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Uvasagga-Haram Stotra, उवसग्गहरं स्तोत्र

It is believed to eliminate obstacles, hardships, and miseries, if chanted with complete faith.

The Uvasaggaharam Stotra has been composed in praise of the twenty-third (Tirthankara) called Pärshvanätha

This Stotra was composed by last shrut kevli Ächärya Bhadrabähu Swämi (504 B.C. to 428 B.C.) between 442 B.C. and 428 B.C (around 2400 years ago). He was the fifth and last Shrut Kevali of this current time cycle.

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