суббота, 23 мая 2015 г.

Krishna's milk


I have fed the chihua of my sister with milk today (charged with Krishna-Mantras). 

The chihua drank the milk as if it was something she has been waiting for centuries (she greedily drank half of a cup, which is enormous for such a small breed).   

After this the dog's pattern of behaviour has altered completely: she feels very calm and peaceful (apart from usual pert and glib behaviour). 

Very Beautiful Murti of Shreemati Varahi-Devi

Actually, I was searching for The Image of Bhagavan Shree Yajna-Varaha, but found this Very Beautiful Murti of Shreemati Varahi-Devi:


The Emblem of BalaRama

It is written in "Shree Brahma-Purana", that BalaRama Emblem is Palm Tree! 

Actually, it is very easy to memorize, because:


"palm tree" in Sanskrit is ताल (tAla) and 

"plough" is हल (hala)

"Shree Brahma-Purana", Chapter 208:


इत्य् उक्त्वा क्रोधरक्ताक्षस् तालाङ्को ऽधोमुखं हलम् /
प्राकारवप्रे विन्यस्य चकर्ष मुशलायुधः // २०८.३२ //
आघूर्णितं तत् सहसा ततो वै हस्तिनापुरम् /
दृष्ट्वा संक्षुब्धहृदयाश् चुक्रुशुः सर्वकौरवाः // २०८.३३ //

ity uktvA krodharaktAkShas tAlA~Nko .adhomukhaM halam /
prAkAravapre vinyasya chakarSha mushalAyudhaH // 208.32 //
AghUrNitaM tat sahasA tato vai hastinApuram /
dRRiShTvA saMkShubdhahRRidayAsh chukrushuH sarvakauravAH // 208.33 //

After saying this, Balarama, whose emblem was a palm tree and whose weapon was ploughshare, placed it with its face downwards on the top of the city outer wall and pulled.

Suddenly, the city of Hastinapura rolled. On seeing it the Kauravas were agitated in their hearts.

The Embodiment of Divine Joy

Very beautiful phrase: "The Embodiment of Divine Joy" and the picture from http://goo.gl/I6p6UJ

Hundreds of nooses in hells and deep pits of 'my-ness'


त्वन्मायामूढमनसो जन्ममृत्युजरादिकान् /
अवाप्य पापान् पश्यन्ति प्रेतराजानम् अन्तरा // १९६.४२ //
ततः पाशशतैर् बद्धा नरकेष्व् अतिदारुणम् /
प्राप्नुवन्ति महद् दुःखं विश्वरूपम् इदं तव // १९६.४३ //
अहम् अत्यन्तविषयी मोहितस् तव मायया /
ममत्वागाधगर्तान्ते भ्रमामि परमेश्वर // १९६.४४ //
सो ऽहं त्वां शरणम् अपारम् ईशम् ईड्यं १९६.४५अ
संप्राप्तः परमपदं यतो न किंचित् १९६.४५ब्
संसारश्रमपरितापतप्तचेता १९६.४५च्
निर्विण्णे परिणतधाम्नि साभिलाषः १९६.४५द् 

"Shree Brahma-Purana", 88.42: "People whose minds are deluded by Your Maya attain birth, death, old age etc. of a sinful nature. They see the King of the dead in the middle". 

"Shree Brahma-Purana", 88.43-45: "Then those men are bound by means of hundreds of nooses in hells. 

They attain very terrible misery. This is your Cosmic Form. I am very much sensuous. I am deluded by your Maya, O Great Lord, I wander amidst deep pits of 'my-ness'. 

I have sought refuge in You, The Primordial Isha. My mind is distressed due to exhaustion and agony of worldly existence. I am desirous of finding Shelter in You, being disgusted with worldly affairs." 

हनुमन्



Classically should look like this (to look just type in "hanuman heart" in google images - https://goo.gl/sJPNlh):


The Dialogue of Bhagavan Shree Krishna and Mucukunda


The Dialogue of Bhagavan Shree Krishna and Mucukunda in "Shree Brahma-Purana" is very beautiful, sounds like very hi-quality sci-fi movie.

"Shree Brahma-Purana", 88.23-25. 

After reducing that sinner Muchukunda looked at Bhagavan Shree Krishna and said: "Who are you?" 

Lord Shree Krishna said: 

"I am born of The Lunar Race. I am the son of Vasudeva, The Scion of The Family of Yadu". 

On hearing it Mucukunda remembered the words of the elderly Gargya. 

After recollecting everything he bowed down to Lord Shree Krishna, The Lord of all Identical with everyone. 

Mucukunda said: "You are The Greatest Ishvara. You are born of Bhagavan Shree Visnu's part. 

"Shree Brahma-Purana", 88.26. Formerly, this was mentioned by Gargya - Bhagavan Shree Hari will take birth in The Line of Yadu towards the end of Dvapara Yuga in the 28th cycle of four Yugas". 

Amba Nilayatakshi


This is very beautiful Song, I have found it while reading "THE SPIRITUAL HERITAGE OF TYAGARAJA" (E-BOOK link) and bookmarked in order to find the original Lyrics later. 

The following Lyrics and translation from http://sahityam.net/wiki/Amba_Nilayatakshi

ambā nīlāyatākṣi karuṇā kaṭākṣi
akhila lōka sākṣi kaṭākṣi

Oh Mother Neelayatakshi, the Goddess with blue eyes, show mercy, The one who bears witness to the entire universe, show grace.

Anupallavi
bimbādhari citprati-bimbā dhari 
bindu nāda vaśaṅkari śaṅkari
(madhyama kāla sāhityam)
ambujā ramaṇa sōdari ati rathi
ambari kādambari nīlāmbari

The One whose lips are sweet and red like the bimbA fruit, bears the reflection of consciousness.

The One who absorbs the sounds of the subtle emanations of the nada bindu, the ever-auspicious.

The Sister of The Husband of Lakshmi, the expert charioteer.

The one who pervades the realm of space, wears the Kadamba flowers and wears blue silk.

Charanam
śiva rājadhānī kṣētra vāsini śrita jana viśvāsini
śiva kāyārōhaṇēśōllāsini4 cidrūpa vilāsini
nava yōgini cakra vikāsini nava rasa dara hāsini
suvarṇa-maya vigraha prakāśini suvarṇa-maya hāsini
(madhyama kāla sāhityam)
bhuvanōdaya sthiti laya vinōdini 
bhuvanēśvari kṣipra prasādini
nava māṇikya vallakī vādini 
bhava guru guha vēdini sammōdini

Aishwarya way of killing


The killing of Kamsa scene in "Shree Brahma-Purana" accentuates the Divine Nature of Bhagavan Shree Krishna, as Lord Shree Krishna killed Kamsa by just falling on him. 

Someone may think that Lord Shree Krishna is lean and of light weight, but

Imperishable Being amongst the perishable ones


Chapter 192 (192 in GRETIL version, but 84 in English Motilal Edition) of "Shree Brahma-Purana" describes the Vision of Lord Shree Krishna and Lord Shree BalaRama by Akrura. 

Dazzling Verses in Aishvarya-mood. I was amazed to find out that