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Sree Venkatesa Suprabhatham sanskrit devotional composed and sung by Jayashree Rajeev. The Veṅkaṭeśasuprabhātam was composed around 1430 A.D. by Prativādibhayaṅkara Śrī Anantācārya . It is a collection of hymns or verses recited early morning to awaken the deity in Hinduism. The metre chosen for a Suprabhātam poem is usuallyVasantatilakā.The most well-known Suprabhātam work is the Veṅkaṭeśasuprabhātam recited at Tirupatito awaken Veṅkaṭeśa. played daily in many homes and temples of South India.Bhaja Govindam [Praise/Seek Govinda (Vishnu) or (Krishna)] also known as Moha Mudgara (Hammer [to shatter] illusion) is a popular 8th century Hindu devotional composition in Sanskrit attributed to Adi Shankara. This work of Adi Shankara underscores the view that devotion (Bhakti) to God, Govinda, is a vastly important part of general spirituality, as emphasised by Bhakti Yoga and the Bhakti movement.This work is generally considered a summary of Adi Shankaras Advaita Vedanta philosophy
Sree Venkatesa Suprabhatham,