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JAYAKRURA RATHARUDHA GOPI RODANA  
Official Name: Obeisance 84 Verses 335 to 338
Author: Sanatana Goswami
Book Name: Krsna Lila Stava
Language: Sanskrit
 
LYRICS:
(1)
jayākrūra-rathārūḍha gopī-rodana-kātara
śakaṭārūḍha-nandādi-gopāla-gaṇa-veṣṭita
 
(2)
gopī-viyoga-santapta rādhikā-virahāsaha
sva-dūta-prema-miṣṭokti-gopikāśvāsanākula
 
(3)
gopī-hāhā-mahā-rāva-rodanārti-nivartita
mṛta-prāya-vraja-vadhū-cumbanālińganāsu-da
 
(4)
prasīda sāntvanābhijña nānā-śapatha-kāraka
kṛtāvādhi-dino jīyā āśā-prāṇa-pradāyaka
 
TRANSLATION

1) O Lord Krsna, all glories unto You. As You stood on Akrura's chariot You became greatly affected, hearing the laments of the gopis. Nanda Maharaja and the other cowherd men had climbed up on their carts also to travel to Mathura.
 
2) O Lord Krsna, burning with the distress of the impending seaparation from the gopis, and unable to tolerate the separation of Srimati Radharani, You reassured the gopis with sweet and loving words.
 
3) O Lord Krsna, the gopis appeared to be on the verge of death. Kissing and embracing them, You received them and stopped their great suffering and their crying mixed with exclamations of alas, alas.
 
4) O Lord Krsna, please be merciful to me. You expertly pacified the gopis by making various promises to them. You restored their lives and gave them hope.
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SHREE NARAYANA HRIDAYAM: "Narayana's Heart":
For thousands of years this great prayer was kept extremely secret. The prayer itself tells that it should not be taught indiscriminately.
For thousands of years this great prayer was kept extremely secret. The prayer itself tells that it should not be taught indiscriminately.
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Krishna Balarama Bhakti Art Gallery
A Bhakti Art Gallery Featuring Paintings Of The Supreme Personalities Of Godhead Their Lordships Sri Sri Krishna And Balarama.
A Bhakti Art Gallery Featuring Paintings Of The Supreme Personalities Of Godhead Lord Krishna And Balarama:
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Verse of the Day : Bhagavad-gita As It Is -- 15.6
Chapter 15: The Yoga of the Supreme Person
Complete Verse in Hindi : https://goo.gl/StRvn8



न तद्भासयते सूर्यो न शशाङ्को न पावकः |

यद्गत्वा न निवर्तन्ते तद्धाम परमं मम || ६ ||



na tad bhāsayate sūryo

na śaśāṅko na pāvakaḥ

yad gatvā na nivartante

tad dhāma paramaṁ mama




SYNONYMS


na—not; tat—that; bhāsayate—illuminates; sūryaḥ—sun; na—nor; śaśāṅkaḥ—the moon; na—nor; pāvakaḥ—fire, electricity; yat—where;gatvā—going; na—never; nivartante—comes back; tat dhāma—that abode; paramam—supreme; mama—My.




TRANSLATION


That abode of Mine is not illumined by the sun or moon, nor by electricity. One who reaches it never returns to this material world.




PURPORT


The spiritual world, the abode of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa-which is known as Kṛṣṇaloka, Goloka Vṛndāvana-is described here. In the spiritual sky there is no need of sunshine, moonshine, fire or electricity, because all the planets are self-luminous. We have only one planet in this universe, the sun, which is self-luminous, but all the planets in the spiritual sky are self-luminous. The shining effulgence of all those planets (called Vaikuṇṭhas) constitutes the shining sky known as the brahmajyoti. Actually, the effulgence is emanating from the planet of Kṛṣṇa, Goloka Vṛndāvana. Part of that shining effulgence is covered by the mahat-tattva, the material world. Other than this, the major portion of that shining sky is full of spiritual planets, which are called Vaikuṇṭhas, chief of which is Goloka Vṛndāvana.

As long as a living entity is in this dark material world, he is in conditional life, but as soon as he reaches the spiritual sky, by cutting through the false, perverted tree of this material world, he becomes liberated. Then there is no chance of his coming back here. In his conditional life, the living entity considers himself to be the lord of this material world, but in his liberated state he enters into the spiritual kingdom and becomes the associate of the Supreme Lord. There he enjoys eternal bliss, eternal life, and full knowledge.

One should be captivated by this information. He should desire to transfer himself to that eternal world and extricate himself from this false reflection of reality. For one who is too much attached to this material world, it is very difficult to cut that attachment, but if he takes to Kṛṣṇa consciousness, there is a chance of gradually becoming detached. One has to associate himself with devotees, those who are in Kṛṣṇa consciousness. One should search out a society dedicated to Kṛṣṇa consciousness and learn how to discharge devotional service. In this way he can cut off his attachment to the material world. One cannot become detached from the attraction of the material world simply by dressing himself in saffron cloth. He must become attached to the devotional service of the Lord. Therefore one should take it very seriously that devotional service as described in the Twelfth Chapter is the only way to get out of this false representation of the real tree. In Chapter Fourteen the contamination of all kinds of processes by material nature is described. Only devotional service is described as purely transcendental.

The words paramaṁ mama are very important here. Actually every nook and corner is the property of the Supreme Lord, but the spiritual world is paramam, full of six opulences. In the Upaniṣads it is also confirmed that in the spiritual world there is no need of sunshine or moonshine, for the whole spiritual sky is illuminated by the internal potency of the Supreme Lord. That supreme abode can be achieved only by surrender and by no other means.

Question 1: What is the significance of of the words "paramaṁ mama" ?

Question 2: "For one who is too much attached to this material world, it is very difficult to cut that attachment". How can one gradually cut this attachment?
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"Lord Krishna and Draupadii:
In order to protect the good people, Lord Krishna killed the evil King Shishupal. Krishna was hurt during the war and left with bleeding finger. Seeing this, Draupadii had torn a strip of cloth from her sari and tied around his wrist to stop the bleeding. Lord Krishna, realizing her affections and concern about him, declared himself bounded by her sisterly love. He promised her to repay this debt whenever she need in future. Many years later, when the pandavas lost Draupadi in the game of dice and Kauravas were removing her saari, Krishna helped her divinely elongating the saari so that they could not remove it."
Jai Shri Krishna! 
#Raksha_Bandhan #Sharavana_Purnima 
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सर्वेभ्यः रक्षाबंधनस्य पवित्रपर्वे हार्दिक शुभाशया: । 
Wishing everyone a Blissful #Raksha_Bandhan . May +Lord Krishna shower His blessings on everyone.
Jai Shri Subhadra! Jai Shri Krishna_Balrama! 
Hari Bol!
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SHREE LAKSHMI HRUDAYAM: “Maha Lakshmi’s heart”
For thousands of years this great prayer was kept extremely secret. The prayer itself tells that it should not be taught indiscriminately.
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SHREE LAKSHMI HRUDAYAM: “Maha Lakshmi’s heart”

Stotra 9:

Amba praseedha karunaa pari poorna drushtya,
Maam thwath dravina geham imam kurushva,
AAlokaya  pranatha hrud gatha  soka hanthri,
Thwad pada dhyugalam pranamamyaham sri.             
 
Be pleased Oh mother  and with  your merciful looks.
Make my house filled with riches of your mercy.
And please remove the sorrows of those who bow to you.
And Oh Goddess Lakshmi , I salute your two feet.
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Chapter 15: The Yoga of the Supreme Person
Complete Verse in Hindi : https://goo.gl/xaRuhk



ममैवांशो जीवलोके जीवभूतः सनातनः |

मनःषष्ठानीन्द्रियाणि प्रकृतिस्थानि कर्षति || ७ ||



mamaivāṁśo jīva-loke

jīva-bhūtaḥ sanātanaḥ

manaḥ-ṣaṣṭhānīndriyāṇi

prakṛti-sthāni karṣati




SYNONYMS


mama—My; eva—certainly; aṁśaḥ—fragmental particles;jīva-loke—world of conditional life; jīva-bhūtaḥ—the conditioned living entities; sanātanaḥ—eternal; manaḥ—mind; ṣaṣṭhāni—six; indriyāṇi—senses; prakṛti—material nature; sthāni—situated; karṣati—struggling hard.




TRANSLATION


The living entities in this conditioned world are My eternal, fragmental parts. Due to conditioned life, they are struggling very hard with the six senses, which include the mind.




PURPORT


In this verse the identity of the living being is clearly given. The living entity is the fragmental part and parcel of the Supreme Lord-eternally. It is not that he assumes individuality in his conditional life and in his liberated state becomes one with the Supreme Lord. He is eternally fragmented. It is clearly said, sanātanaḥ. According to the Vedic version, the Supreme Lord manifests and expands Himself in innumerable expansions, of which the primary expansions are called Viṣṇu-tattva, and the secondary expansions are called the living entities. In other words, the Viṣṇu-tattva is the personal expansion, and the living entities are separated expansions. By His personal expansion, He is manifested in various forms like Lord Rāma, Nṛsiṁhadeva, Viṣṇumūrti and all the predominating Deities in the Vaikuṇṭha planets. The separated expansions, the living entities, are eternally servitors. The personal expansions of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the individual identities of the Godhead, are always present. Similarly, the separated expansions of living entities have their identities. As fragmental parts and parcels of the Supreme Lord, the living entities have also fragmental qualities, of which independence is one. Every living entity has an individual soul, his personal individuality and a minute form of independence. By misuse of that independence, one becomes a conditioned soul, and by proper use of independence he is always liberated. In either case, he is qualititatively eternal, as the Supreme Lord is. In his liberated state he is freed from this material condition, and he is under the engagement of transcendental service unto the Lord; in his conditioned life he is dominated by the material modes of nature, and he forgets the transcendental loving service of the Lord. As a result, he has to struggle very hard to maintain his existence in the material world.

The living entities, not only the human beings and the cats and dogs, but even the greater controllers of the material world-Brahmā, Lord Śiva, and even Viṣṇu-are all parts and parcels of the Supreme Lord. They are all eternal, not temporary manifestations. The word karṣati(struggling or grappling hard) is very significant. The conditioned soul is bound up, as though shackled by iron chains. He is bound up by the false ego, and the mind is the chief agent which is driving him in this material existence. When the mind is in the mode of goodness, his activities are good; when the mind is in the mode of passion, his activities are troublesome; and when the mind is in the mode of ignorance, he travels in the lower species of life. It is clear, however, in this verse, that the conditioned soul is covered by the material body, with the mind and the senses, and when he is liberated this material covering perishes, but his spiritual body manifests in its individual capacity. The following information is there in the Mādhyandi-nāyana-śruti: sa vā eṣa brahma-niṣṭha idaṁ sarīraṁ marttyam atisṛjya brahmābhisampadya brahmaṇā paśyati brahmaṇā śṛnoti brahmaṇaivedaṁ sarvam anubhavati. It is stated here that when a living entity gives up this material embodiment and enters into the spiritual world, he revives his spiritual body, and in his spiritual body he can see the Supreme Personality of Godhead face to face. He can hear and speak to Him face to face, and he can understand the Supreme Personality as He is. In smṛtialso it is understood that in the spiritual planets everyone lives in bodies featured like the Supreme Personality of Godhead's. As far as bodily construction is concerned, there is no difference between the part and parcel living entities and the expansions of Viṣṇumūrti. In other words, at liberation the living entity gets a spiritual body by the grace of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

The word mamaivāṁśaḥ (fragmental parts and parcels of the Supreme Lord) is also very significant. The fragmental portion of the Supreme Lord is not like some material broken part. We have already understood in the Second Chapter that the spirit cannot be cut into pieces. This fragment is not materially conceived. It is not like matter which can be cut into pieces and joined together again. That conception is not applicable here because the Sanskrit word sanātana (eternal) is used. The fragmental portion is eternal. It is also stated in the beginning of the Second Chapter that (dehino 'smin yathā) in each and every individual body, the fragmental portion of the Supreme Lord is present. That fragmental portion, when liberated from the bodily entanglement, revives its original spiritual body in the spiritual sky in a spiritual planet and enjoys association with the Supreme Lord. It is, however, understood here that the living entity, being the fragmental part and parcel of the Supreme Lord, is qualitatively one, just as the parts and parcels of gold are also gold.

Question 1: What is the difference between Viṣṇu-tattva and the living entities ?

Question 2: What information is given in the Mādhyandi-nāyana-śruti: sa vā eṣa brahma-niṣṭha idaṁ sarīraṁ marttyam atisṛjya brahmābhisampadya brahmaṇā paśyati brahmaṇā śṛnoti brahmaṇaivedaṁ sarvam anubhavati ?
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"Lord Krishna and Draupadii:
In order to protect the good people, Lord Krishna killed the evil King Shishupal. Krishna was hurt during the war and left with bleeding finger. Seeing this, Draupadii had torn a strip of cloth from her sari and tied around his wrist to stop the bleeding. Lord Krishna, realizing her affections and concern about him, declared himself bounded by her sisterly love. He promised her to repay this debt whenever she need in future. Many years later, when the pandavas lost Draupadi in the game of dice and Kauravas were removing her saari, Krishna helped her divinely elongating the saari so that they could not remove it."
Jai Shri Krishna! 
#Raksha_Bandhan #Sharavana_Purnima 
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Today August 29, 2015: #Balarama #Purnima , Lord Balarama Appearance Day. 
Lord Balarama is the first personal expansion of Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. All other incarnations expand from Him. In Lord Krishna’s pastimes, He plays as Krishna’s older brother. Together Krishna and Balarama enact many pastimes as cowherd boys in the land of Vrindavana.
Jai Jai Shri KrishnaBalarama!
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