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Hari Vijay Granth: A Devotional Literature by Shridhar Swami Nazarekar
Hari Vijay Granth is a Marathi poetic work composed by Shridhar Swami Nazarekar (1658-1729), a popular poet and saint in the 17th and 18th century. The title means \"Victory to God Hari\", and the work narrates the life and deeds of Lord Vishnu and his various incarnations, such as Rama, Krishna, Narasimha, Vamana, etc. The work is divided into 18 chapters, each containing 100 verses. The work is considered as one of the most important and influential devotional literature in Marathi language, and has been praised by many scholars and saints for its poetic beauty, spiritual depth, and cultural significance.
The work was written in a period of political turmoil and social unrest in Maharashtra, when the Maratha empire was fighting against the Mughal invaders. Shridhar Swami Nazarekar was a disciple of Ramdas Swami, a prominent saint and spiritual leader of the Maratha resistance. Shridhar Swami Nazarekar composed Hari Vijay Granth as a way of inspiring and motivating the people to fight for their faith and freedom. He also wanted to spread the message of devotion, morality, and harmony among the people of different castes, creeds, and sects. He used simple and elegant language, rich imagery, and musical rhythm to convey his thoughts and emotions.
Hari Vijay Granth is widely read and revered by the followers of Vaishnavism, a branch of Hinduism that worships Vishnu as the supreme deity. The work has also influenced many other poets and writers in Marathi literature, such as Moropant, Ramjoshi, Mahipati, etc. The work has been translated into several languages, such as Hindi, Gujarati, Kannada, Telugu, etc. The work is also available in PDF format online[^1^] [^2^], and as a mobile app[^3^]. Hari Vijay Granth is a masterpiece of Marathi poetry that celebrates the glory and grace of God Hari.The following is a continuation of the article on Hari Vijay Granth:
The work consists of 36 chapters, each having a different theme and focus. The first chapter describes the creation of the universe and the origin of Vishnu. The second chapter narrates the story of Matsya, the fish incarnation of Vishnu, who saved the Vedas and Manu from a great flood. The third chapter tells the story of Kurma, the tortoise incarnation of Vishnu, who supported the mountain Mandara during the churning of the ocean. The fourth chapter relates the story of Varaha, the boar incarnation of Vishnu, who rescued the earth from the demon Hiranyaksha. The fifth chapter recounts the story of Narasimha, the half-man half-lion incarnation of Vishnu, who killed the tyrant Hiranyakashipu and protected his devotee Prahlada. The sixth chapter depicts the story of Vamana, the dwarf incarnation of Vishnu, who subdued the king Bali and restored the three worlds to Indra. The seventh chapter describes the story of Parashurama, the warrior-sage incarnation of Vishnu, who annihilated the wicked Kshatriyas and gave their lands to the Brahmins. The eighth chapter narrates the story of Rama, the prince incarnation of Vishnu, who fought against Ravana and rescued his wife Sita. The ninth chapter tells the story of Krishna, the cowherd incarnation of Vishnu, who performed various miracles and leelas in his childhood. The tenth chapter relates the story of Krishna's youth and his love for Radha. The eleventh chapter recounts the story of Krishna's role in the Mahabharata war and his teachings to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita. The twelfth chapter depicts the story of Krishna's departure from this world and his return to his abode. The thirteenth chapter describes the story of Buddha, the enlightened incarnation of Vishnu, who taught the path of non-violence and compassion. The fourteenth chapter narrates the story of Kalki, the future incarnation of Vishnu, who will destroy evil and establish righteousness in the Kali Yuga. The fifteenth chapter praises Vishnu as the supreme lord and lists his various names and attributes. The sixteenth chapter glorifies Ramdas Swami as a great devotee and guru of Shridhar Swami Nazarekar. The seventeenth chapter expresses gratitude to Ramdas Swami for inspiring Shridhar Swami Nazarekar to compose Hari Vijay Granth. The eighteenth chapter concludes with a prayer to Vishnu for his blessings and protection. 248dff8e21