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  2. "SrI VishNu sahasra nAmam – viLakka urai" – Based on the bhAshya of SrI Parasara Bhattar; V. V. Ramanujan, 1994.
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  5. "VishNu sahasra nAma with the Bhashya of SrI Samkaracarya", Translated into English by R. Anantakrishna Sastry; The Adyar Library and Research Centre; 1980.
  6. "SrI VishNu sahasra nAma stotram" (along with the Commentary on it by SrI Adi Sankara Bhagavat Pada"; Compiler and Translator – T. S. Krishnamurthy; Karkotaka Vayalore Trust, 1995.
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  9. "Thousand Ways to the Transcendental VishNu sahasra nAma"; Swami Chinmayananda; Central Chinmaya Mission Trust; Reprinted 1983.
  10. "Kirita Bhashya on the VishNu sahasra nAma"; Krishna Datta Bharadvaj; Nag Publishers, 1998.
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