Book: Sri Krishna Karnamrita (with a commentary by Srila Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami and Padas by Srila Yadunandana Thakura) Author: Sri. Shri Krishna-karnamrita. by Shrila Bilvamangala Thakura. Text 1*. cintamanir jayati somagirir gurur me. shiksha-gurush ca bhagavan shikhi-pishcha-maulih. A rare gem of the treasure trove of Sanskrit literature, the bhavas of ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita are as exalted and serious as they are simple, and.

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Seventeenth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: If I have Your blessings, what use are others’? Alas, that adolescence has stolen away my heart!

Forty-seventh Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita: Some say that he belonged to a place called Mukkutalai, originally mukti-sthalam, in kerala, which Telugu pundits refute by saying that Leelashuka engpish covered a vast area of south India when Andhra, Karnataka and Maharashtra states were one province. January, Spiritual Calendar: You alone are my knowledge, my power and wealth, my vital force, and my very life. Bhagavad Gita Hindi Audio.

Chitrakoot Stuti [24] Vinay Patrika: HariShankari Pada [49] Vinay Patrika: Some say that he belonged to a place called mukkutalai, originally mukti-sthalam, in kerala, which Telugu pundits karnamfita by saying that lIlAshuka, 11 A. Sudeshji Prem Sudha Dhara: Seeing the evolution of a unique spiritual energy like Shukdev Muni, his guru bestowed the name ‘Lilashuk’ on him.

Mahaprabhu was ecstatic on hearing a couple of its shlokas.

His chest shines with the sandalwood paste from the pitcher-like breasts of the ardent milkmaids, who have been incited to amorous battle by Cupid’s flower arrows, and the sweet beauty of His lotus face is magnified at every moment by His gentle smile, which is full of passionate delight and which has stolen the splendour of the moon.


Hanuman Stuti [33] Vinay Patrika: He is encircled by thousands of effulgent milkmaids, whose garments are becoming loose again and again from their extreme pleasure at hearing the flute and who are trying to hold them up. Serving him, he stayed there for a year and due to his grace, love for Vraj Vihari Sri Krishna invaded his heart.

Every day they appear newer and newer, at every step they increase their charm and elegance, and at every moment they sparkle more and more brilliantly.

Shree Krishna Karnamrutam

Monthly Announcements Shri Radhashtami: Fifty-fourth Karnamriya ‘Shri Krishnakarnamrita: O ocean of mercy! Thirteenth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: I will conclude this posting with one piece each from the two Karnaamruthams.

The one who has peacock feathers on His crown, because the Lord of Vrindavana, Krishna the cowherd boy, used to come to Bilvamangala to talk with him and supply him with milk. Induji Prem Sudha Dhara: Ma Siddhidatri is Worshipped on the Ninth Navratra.

HariHarji: ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita’: Introduction

Varadachari Sadagopan’s article at Sadagopan. Shri Sita Stuti [41] Vinay Patrika: O the chief of the Raghu race! Lord Krishna Wearing Peacock Feathers. We shall neither quarrel with them nor speak well of them. Ninth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: Due to this inner cry of the enraptured soul for god there arises the bhava of anxiety in this love-stuck devotee, yearning for union with Krishna, his teasing, elusive and insistent paramour.


Here, they are posting groups of verses, inclusive of matter drwan from different comentaris etc, karhamrita their karnamritaa. Third Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita’: When [shall I hear] His mild words, [see] His large eyes, [kiss] His sweet lips, [see] His sweetly beautiful face, and [experience] His fickle nature?

And His face-ah, His face is beyond words. April, Spiritual Calendar: His Grace Dravida Das has narrated this nectar here in a very absorbing melody along with its meaning in English.

Forty-forth Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita: A Lonesome Nomadic Lifestyle Chapter 9: I am suffering without your darsanam. Broad are His lotus eyes and His chest, mild are His gentle smiles and His loving talks, sweet are His cherry-red lips and His flute-song.

Shri Vrindavan-Rendezvous of the Lovers.

He possesses two wondrous feet, which are the shelter for the shelterless, which glow with the brilliance of many ornaments, which move this way and that, which are abundant with divine pastimes, and which fill the three worlds with the mellows of karnamritz.

Hanuman Stuti [30] Vinay Patrika: For me, a glimpse of that young boy with lotus eyes is far away-doubly so His embraces.