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Books by Narayana Guru

* Ashramam, Five verses in Sanskrit on the rules of the of the ‘Sree Narayana Dharmasangham’ written in Sanskrit in 1928.

* Advaitha Deepika (The bright lamp of non-dual wisdom) in Malayalam. Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Admavilasam, an essay on God.

*Anubhuti Desakam.

* Anukampa Desakam (Ten verses on Mercy) in Malayalam Written in 1914.

* Ardha Nari-Iswara Stotram (Five verses on the androgynous Shiva) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897. Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Arivu (Fifteen verses on Knowledge) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

*Atmavilasam.

* Atmopadesa Satakam (One hundred verses on Self Instruction) in Malayalam Written in 1897.

* Janani Nava Ratna Manjari, in Malayalam written in 18 … in praise of the Supreme Mother.

* Bahuleya Ashtakam (Eight verses on Bahuleya ) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Bhadrakali Ashtakam (Eight verses on Bhadrakali) in Sanskrit Written in 1884.

* Bhariya Dharmam, Ten verses on the qualities of a housewife, translated from Tamil.

* Brahma Vidya Panchakam (Five verses on the Science of the Absolute) in Sanskrit Written between 1888 and 1897.

*Charama slokangal (Sanskrit).

* Chinta Jadangal (Ten verses on Thought and Inertia) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Chijjada Chinthakam, an essay.

* Chijjda Chintanam (Reflections of the mind and Inertia) in Malayalam Written in 1881.

* Chit Ambara Ashtakam (Eight verses on the Mental sky, Shiva) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Darsana Mala (Garland of Visions) in Sanskrit Written in 1916.

* Daiva Chintanam part 1, (Essay on reflections of the divine) in Malayalam Written in 1881.

* Daiwa Chintanam part 2, (a verse and an essay on reflections of the divine) in Malayalam Written in 1881

* Daiwa Desakam (Ten verses on God) in Malayalam, Written in 1914.

*Devi Sthavam.

* Dharmam, One verse written in Sanskrit.

* Charamaslokam, two verses in Sanskrit, written at the passing of Chattampi Swamykal.

* Bhadrakali Ashtakam, Eight verses and Bhalashruthi on the Goddess Bhadrakali in Sanskrit Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Brahmavidyapanchakam, Five verses in Sanskrit on the science of the Absolute written between 1888 and 1897.

* Devi Prenamadevyaastakam (©al£±dX¡h©al¬¡néJ«), Eight verses in Sanskrit in praise of Devi. (The author ship of this Is not full confirmed.)

* Devi Stavam, Nine verses on the Goddess Supreme in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Gadya Prardhana, A prayer in prose.

* Guha Ashtakam (Eight verses on Guha or Subrahmanyan) in Sanskrit Written in 1884.

* Homa Mantram in Sanskrit Written in 1925.

* Indriya Vairagyam (Fifteen verses on Detachment) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Isa Vashya Upanishad (Translation of the Isa-vashya) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Janani Nava Ratna Manjari (A cluster of nine verses on Mother) in Malayalam Written in 1909.

* Jati Lekshanam, Ten verses in Malayalam on the signs of Jati (kind) of living things written in Malayalam.

* Jati Mimamsa (Jati Nirnayam), A critique of Caste, First verse in Sanskrit remaining in Malayalam Written in 1914.

* Jeeva Karunya Panchakam (Five verses on Kindness to life) in Malayalam Written in 1914.

* Kali Natakam (A long poem on the Dance of Kali) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Kolatheerashwastavam, Ten verses on Shiva (Kolathukara Temple) in Malayalam.

* Kundalini Pattu (Seventeen verses with a refrain of the Kundalini snake) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Mananateetam (Vairagya Desakam), Ten verses on Detachment in Malayalam Written in 1884.

* Mannanthala Devi Stavam, Nine verses on the Goddess of Mannanthala, in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Municharya Panchakam (Five verses on the way of the Renounced Recluse) in Sanskrit Written in 1916.

* Navamanjari (A cluster of nine verses) in two series, one in Malayalam and another in Sanskrit.

* Nirvriti Panchakam (Five verses on Inward Release) in Malayalam Sanskrit Written in 1915.

* Ottapadyangal (A sequence of fifteen verses) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Ozhivil Odukkam, Translated form Tamil to Malayalam. Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Oru Samasyapooranam, one verses written in Malayalam in 1897.

* Oru Tamil Sloam, one verse in Tamil. * Oru Mangalashamsa, One verses written in Malayalam written on the occasion of the publication of a magazine in memory of Kumaranashan in 1925.

*Prapancha Srishti.

* Pinda Nandi (Nine verses on Prenatal gratitude) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Sadacharam, Seven verses on good conduct in Malayalam.

* Sadashiva darshanam (Vision of the Eternal Shiva) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

*Samasya.

* Shanmukha Dashakam, Ten verses on Subrahmanyan in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Shanmathurastavam, Hymn to the lake born god Subrahmanyan in Sanskrit Written in 1887.

* Sanyasimahima (Nittarperumai), Ten verses translated from Tamil.

* Saravana Bhava Stuti (Ten verses on Subrahmanyan) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Shanmukha Stotram, Nineteen verses on the Six Faced god Subrahmanyan in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Subramanya Keerthanam, Fifteen verses of praise to Lord Subrhamanya in Malayalam Written in 1887.

* Shiva Ashtakam (Eight verses on Shiva) in Malayalam Written in 1887.

* Shivashatakam, one hundred verses on Shiva in Malayalam.

* Shiva Prasada Panchakam (Five verses on the Grace of Shiva) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Shivastavam (Prepanchsristi), Ten verses on Shiva in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Sloktreyi, Three verses in Sanskrit.

* Shree Krishnadarshanam. (A single verse in praise of Shree Krishna written in Sanskrit) year not known.

* Subrahmanyan Ashtakam (Eight verses to Subrahmanyan) in Malayalam. Written in 1887.

* Subrahmanyan Stotram (Fifteen verses on Subrahmanyan) in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Subrahmanyan Stuthi, sixty one verses in praise of Lord Subrahmanyan written in Malayalam. (The author ship of this Is not full confirmed.)

* Sree Narayana Smriti (A work on religious or social conduct) in Malayalam Written in 1918.

* Sree Vasudeva Ashtakam (Eight verses on Shree Vasudeva) in Sanskrit Written in 1884.

* Swanubhava Giti (Vibhoothi darshanam) Song of self-realization in Malayalam Written between 1888 and 1897.

* Thevarappathikangal (Five Hymn about God in Tamil) written in 1887.

* Tirukkural (Translation of Tirukkural) in Malayalam.

*Vairagya Desakam.

* Vanchirappu (Varshavarnanam), Ten verses on rain translated from Tamil.

* Vinayaka Ashtakam (Hymns in Praise of Vinayaka, the Elephant God) in Sanskrit Written in 1884.

* Vinayaka Stavam, Hymn in praise of Vinayakan, the elephant headed god in Sanskrit written in 1884.

* Vishnuawstakam, Hymns in Praise of Vishnu, in Sanskrit.

* Vedanta Soothram, in Sanskrit.