About He Shabda Ratnanche Sagar – Srimad Dasbodh – Shabda Ovi Suchi

Dāsbodh (Devanagari: दासबोध), loosely meaning advise to the disciple, is a classical 17th Century Hindu Advaita Vedanta spiritual text. It was orally narrated by saint Samarth Ramdas, to his disciple Kalyan Swami in a cave called Shivatharghal in the Raigad district of Maharashtra in India.

The Dasbodh provides readers with spiritual guidance on matters such as devotion and acquiring knowledge.

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He Shabda Ratnanche Sagar

Dasbodh – Shaba Ovi Suchi

Inclusive of around 1 Lac words

Complete ‘Charan’ in front of every word with its number

All the words arranged in Devnagari Alphabetic Order

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