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Raghavendra stotra is a hymn (stotra) composed by Appanacharya in praise of his guru Raghavendra Swami. It is also known as Sri Raghavendra stotra, or the Guru stotra. The Sanskrit verse, comprising 32 ślokas, is recited till today by followers of followers of Raghavendra Swami and other Dvaita Vaishnavas.
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