пятница, 21 июня 2013 г.

"Govinda-Bhashya", HINDI SANSKRIT, Shree Shreemad Baladeva Vidyabhushana


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Some pages of this scan in "shreds and patches" state and par excellence the Sanskrit part of the Book is damaged, while Hindi Anuvad is safe and sound.  


"Gopala Tapani Upanishad", English-Sanskrit, Swami B. V. Tripurari, 2003

with commentary by SWAMI B.V.TRIPURARI (GAUDIYA-SAMPRADAYA) - 
http://swamitripurari.com/2010/08/gopala-tapani-upanisad/

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Annotation by Vishnudut1926: I love "Gopala-Tapani-Upanishad", but bear in mind the following nuisance: the middle part is mayavadic and  Shree Krishna tells about ahangropasana (mayavadic meditation) in the middle part. 
Don't be deluded by these mayavadic nuisances, because Bhagavan Shree Krishna has included them in "Gopala-Tapani-Upanishad" for the deception of silly and harebrained demons. 
Of course, neither Shree Krishna nor Vaishnava-Acharyas ever support mayavadic ahangropasana, because it usually leads to Naraka-Loka or Kaivalya-Mukti, which is atmaghata (आत्मघात) for soul and worse than Naraka, because jiva can return from Naraka, but can never return from the state of Kaivalya-Mukti.  

Purna Purushottam Lord Shree Swaminarayan has spoken the following words about false brahm-gyanis (dead vedantins) in "Vachanamrita" (Gadhada II, 18.4): The  shushka-vedãntis (dead or vain vedantis) believe  that  brahm  itself  has  assumed  the svarup of the jeevs – just as in the relationship between the sun and its reflection.  


Therefore, when a person realises ‘I am brahm’, he has no  further  spiritual  activities  left  to  perform.    

Then,  when  he  has become Bhagvãn, he does not need to worship anyone.  Thinking this, they no longer have fear in committing sins.  Moreover, they believe, ‘We have attained the nirgun path, so we will not have to take birth again’.    

However,  the  shushka-vedãntis  do  not  examine  their  own understanding  which  implies  that  nirgun  brahm,  which  is  beyond Mãyã,  will  also  have  to  pass  through  births  and  deaths.    This  is because  they  claim  that  brahm  itself  has  assumed  the  svarup  of  all sthãvar  and  jangam  objects.    

This  means  that  just  as  a  jeev  has  to undergo  births  and  deaths,  brahm  also  has  to  undergo  births  and deaths.  

Also, while they think, ‘We will be released from births and deaths’, they do not realise, ‘According to our own beliefs, births and deaths  have  become  a  reality  for  brahm  itself.    

Therefore,  if  we  do develop  deep  understanding,  at  most  we  shall  realise  ourselves  to  be brahm-svarup.  But even then, the cycle of births and deaths will still not be dispelled’.  

As a result, by their own beliefs,  moksh is proven false.  

Nevertheless, no one examines this. Instead, they boast, ‘We are brahm-svarup, so who do we need to worship?  Who do we bow to?’ 

Thinking  this,  they  become  extremely  arrogant.    

Even  though  they have  not  truly  understood  anything,  they  still  have  pride  of  their gnãn.  However, they do not realise that their own moksh is proven false by their own beliefs.  Moreover, they convert those who keep their company into fools as well. 
However,  bhaktas  possessing  true  gnãn,  such  as  Nãrad,  the Sanakãdik,  and  Shukji,  constantly  perform  dhyãn  upon  Bhagvãn, chant His holy name, and sing kirtans.
Even the niranna-muktas in Shvet-Dvip,  who  are  brahm-svarup  and  who  can  control  Kãl, continuously perform dhyãn upon Bhagvãn, chant His holy name, and sing  kirtans  about  Him.   
They  also  offer  pujã,  smear  sandalwood paste on Him, and perform dandvats.  Despite being akshar-rup, they behave  as  the  dãs  of  Purushottam  Bhagvãn.    
Also,  the  residents  of Badrikãshram,  including  Uddhav,  Tanu  Rushi,  and  the  other  munis, perform tap and continuously offer bhakti to Bhagvãn.  

On the other hand,  the  shushka-vedãntis  are  completely  oriented  around  their bodies.  

Also, they do not perform dhyãn upon Bhagvãn, nor do they chant  the  name  of  Bhagvãn,  and  nor  do  they  bow  before  Bhagvãn.  

Compared  to  the  power  and  gnãn  of  Nãrad,  the  Sanakãdik,  and Shukji; and compared to the power and gnãn of the niranna-muktas who reside in Shvet-Dvip; and compared to the power and gnãn of the rushis who reside in Badrikãshram, these shushka-vedãntis do not possess  even  a  millionth  of  a  fraction  of  such  power  and  gnãn.  

Nevertheless, they equate themselves with Bhagvãn. Therefore, they are  absolutely  ignorant.    

In  fact,  they  are  the  most  ignorant  of  all ignorant people.  Even after spending countless millions of years in the pits of Narak suffering the torments of Yam, they will still not be released".


Annotation by Vishnudut1926 (continued): There is also a famous story about the Brahmacharya of Shree Krishna in "Gopala-Tapani-Upanishad". 

This story is told very often (for example, you can find this story in "Vachanamrita" by Purna Purushottam Lord Shree Swaminarayan and in Darshans of Shree Shreemad Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja from Gaudiya-Sampradaya) and this story is also repeated in "Garga-Samhita" (the First Adhyaya of Madhurya Khanda). 

I will post this story later. 

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