Sunday, September 17, 2017

राधे तेरे चरणों में

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राधे तेरे चरणों में

Its a beautiful chant for Sri  Radha. It is a powerful Mantra. राधे तेरे चरणों में is Divine Music. Daily chanting or Listening to it gives peace of mind & Love of God.

Goddess Sri Radha Rani is most dear to Lord Krishna even more than His wives. It was because, Sri Radha was always full of devotion towards the Lord & never thought of anyone else besides Lord Sri Krishna. In pictures Sri Radha is almost always depicted alongside Sri Krishna.

Sri Radha Rani is considered as the greatest devotee of Lord Sri Krishna. It is said that Sri Radha, herself is the "Devotional energy" of Lord Sri Krishna who is the Lord of the universe. Her name always comes before the name of Lord Sri Krishna that is why God's one name is "Radha Krishna" also. Just take out only one "R" from "Radha Krishna" & it becomes just "aadha Krishna" i.e. "half Krishna" & that is the power of the name "Radha". As Sri Radha Rani is always in the thought of Lord Sri Krishna the Supreme God, so her state of "Spiritual Emotion" is called "Maha Bhaav or महाभाव" i.e. the highest state of Spiritual Emotion or Spiritual Ecstasy.

Jai Shri Radhe Rani

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Sunday, August 06, 2017

Greatness of Chapter Eleven of Bhagwat Gita

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Here below is explained the Greatness of Chapter Eleven of Bhagwat Gita. Read the story below to see, how all the sinful reactions are destroyed by just reading the Chapter 11 of the Bhagwat Gita.

“In the olden times, there was a big city of the name Megankara on the banks of the Pranita river in which is the famous temple of Jagat-Ishvara. Jagat-Ishvara is holding in His hand a bow. In that city of Megankara, there was a pure Brahmin of the name Sunand, who remained a brahmachari his whole life.

Sunand would sit in front of Lord Jagat-Ishvara and recite the Eleventh Chapter of the Srimad Bhagwat Gita and remember the Universal Form of the Lord. By reciting that Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita, he gained complete control over his senses and was able to remember Lord Jagat-Ishvara continuously.

Once that pure brahmin Sunand went on a tour of the holy places on the banks of the Godavari River. He visited all the sacred places, starting with Viraj-Tirtha. In all the holy places he visited, he bathed, and took darshan of the presiding deity. One day he reached the town of Vivaha Mandap. Along with his associates he searched for a place to stay and eventually in the middle of that town they found a dharmashala, where they all took rest for the night. When Sunand woke up in the morning he found that all his associates had left. While searching for them, he met the headman of the town, who immediately fell at his feet and said, “Oh great sage, I cannot say where your associates have gone, but I can tell you that there is no devotee equal to you. I have never seen anyone as pure as you. Oh, my dear brahmin, I am begging you to stay in this town.”

When Sunand heard the humble request of the headman of the town, he decided to stay for some days.
That headman made every arrangement for the comfortable stay of Sunand and engaged in his service day and night. After eight days had passed, one villager came before Sunand, crying very loudly and said, “Oh pure Brahmin, last night one rakshasa ate my son.” Sunand inquired, “Where does that rakshasa stay? And how did he eat your son?”

The villager replied, “In this town one very frightful rakshasa lives, who every day was eating villagers as and when he pleased. One day, we all went to that rakshasa and requested him to protect us, in return for which we would provide him with his daily food. One dharmashala was built, and any travellers who came here were sent there to stay and while they were sleeping the rakshasa would eat them, In this way we have been able to protect ourselves from this rakshasa. You, along with your associates, stayed at that dharmashala, but that rakshasa did not eat you along with everyone else.

The reason I will tell you. Last night a friend of my son came but I did not realize that he was a very close and dear friend of my son, so I sent him to stay in dharmashala. Later when my son found out, he went after him to try and bring him back from the dharmashala but when he went there, he was also eaten by that rakshasa. Today, in the morning, I went to that rakshasa and asked him, why he had eaten my son along with the other travellers. I also requested him, if there was any way, I could get back my son. That rakshasa told me, “I did not know that your son had also entered the dharmashala, thus he was eaten with everyone else. As far as getting him back that will be possible when I am freed from this rakshasa body which will be possible by the mercy of a person who recites the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita daily.

Right now, there is one Brahmin staying in this town, who had stayed at this dharmashala, but I had not eaten him, because he daily recites the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita. If He daily recites the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita seven times then sprinkles water on me, then I will be able to get free from the curse of this rakshasa body”.

Sunand inquired, from that villager, “What sin did this person perform to attain a rakshasa body?” The villager replied, ‘Long ago there had been a farmer living in this town. One day he was guarding the fields when, just a little distance away from him, one large vulture attacked a person, who was travelling on the road. At that time, one yogi was passing by and when he saw that person being attacked by that vulture he came running to his aid but when he reached him, it was too late. Then that yogi became very angry with the farmer and spoke to him as follows, “One who sees others in danger from thieves, snakes, fire, attack by weapons etc., and even though he is capable of helping them, but does not come to help, is punished by Yamaraja. After suffering in hell for a very long time, he takes birth as a wolf. And one, who helps someone in need of help, certainly pleases Lord Vishnu. One, who attempts to save a cow from the hands of a ferocious animal, a low-class man or a wicked ruler, attains Lord Vishnu. Wicked farmer, you saw that vulture attacking that person but still you made no attempt to save him. Now I curse you to take birth as a rakshasa.” The Farmer said, “I was watching the fields for the whole night and I am very tired, so kindly be merciful to me, oh, gentle sage.” The yogi replied, “When someone, who is daily reciting the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita, sprinkles water on your head, then you will become free from this curse”.

The villager said. “My dear Sunand, with your hand kindly sprinkle water on the head of this rakshasa.” After hearing that history from the villager, Sunand went along with him to the place where that rakshasa was staying and while he was reciting the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita, sprinkled water on his head. That rakshasa immediately attained a four-armed form like that of Lord Vishnu. Not only he, but all the thousands of persons he had eaten also attained a four-armed form like that of Lord Vishnu. Then they all sat down in the flower aeroplane, which had been sent to take them all to Vaikuntha.

Seeing those amazing events, the villager inquired from the rakshasa which one was his son. The rakshasa started to laugh and pointed at one of those thousands of beautiful persons sitting in the transcendental airplane and replied, “That is your son”. The villager requested his son to come home with him. Hearing his father’s request the son smilingly replied, “My dear sir, many times you have been my son and I yours but now by the grace of this great pure devotee Sunand, I have been released from this wheel of birth and death and now I am going to my real home, Vaikuntha. Dear sir, kindly surrender unto the lotus-feet of Sunand and hear from him the Eleventh Chapter of Shrimad Bhagavad-gita, and you also will be able to attain the abode of Lord Vishnu (Vaikuntha), of this there is no doubt. From Lord Krishna’s mouth, these nectarian instructions came on the battlefield of Kurukshetra in reply to the questions of His friend Arjuna. And only by hearing and reciting this discourse can one break the tight knot which is binding us to this wheel of birth and death.”

Lord Siva said; “After speaking those words, full of wisdom, to his father, along with all those other fortunate souls, he went to Vaikuntha and his father learned the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita from Sunand and very soon they also went to Vaikuntha.

My dear Parvati, you have heard the glories of the Eleventh Chapter of Srimad Bhagwat Gita, which is capable of destroying all sinful reactions.”

So that is the greatness of Chapter Eleven of Bhagwat Gita.”

Chapter Eleven of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of the Vision of the Universal Form."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven (11) is entitled "The Yoga of the Vision of the Universal Form."

This Chapter has a total of 55 verses.

Verses 1 to 4 are about the prayer of Arjuna to the Lord for a vision of His Universal Form.

Verses 5 to 8 are about the when Lord describes His Universal Form.

Verses 9 to 14 are about the when Sanjaya describes the Lord's Universal Form to Dhritrastra.

Verses 15 to 31 In these verses Arjuna sees the Lord's Universal Form and offers praises to the Lord.

Verses 32 to 34 are about the when Lord describes His glory and exhorts Arjuna to fight.

Verses 35 to 46 are about the when Arjuna overtaken by fright, offers praises to God and prays for a sight of the Lord's Four-armed Form.

Verses 47 to 50 are about the when Lord describes the glory of the vision of His Universal Form & reveals to Arjuna His Four-armed gentle Form.

Verses 51 to 55 are about the when Lord describes that it is impossible to attain the sight of the Lord's Four-armed Form without exclusive Devotion, which is described with its fruit.

To read complete Chapter Eleven (11) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven (Chapter-11)

Below are some verses from Chapter Eleven of Bhagwat Gita:

"manyase yadi tac chakyam
maya drastum iti prabho
yogeshvara tato me tvam
darsayatmanam avyayam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 4)

"Arjuna said: O Krishna, If You think that I am able to behold Your cosmic form, O my Lord, O master of all mystic power, then kindly show me that unlimited universal Self."

"sri-bhagavan uvacha
pasya me partha rupani
sataso ’tha sahasrasah
nana-vidhani divyani
nana-varnakritini cha" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 5)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, see now My opulence's, hundreds of thousands of varied divine and multicolored forms."

"pasyadityan vasun rudran
asvinau marutas tatha
bahuny adrsta-purvani
pasyascharyani bharata" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 6)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, see here the different manifestations of Adityas, Vasus, Rudras, Asvini-kumaras and all the other demigods. Behold the many wonderful things which no one has ever seen or heard of before."

"ihaika-stham jagat krtsnam
pasyadya sa-characharam
mama dehe gudakesha
yac chanyad drastum icchasi" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 7)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, whatever you wish to see, behold at once in this body of Mine! This universal form can show you whatever you now desire to see and whatever you may want to see in the future. Everything—moving and non moving—is here completely, in one place."

"na tu mam sakyase drastum
anenaiva sva-chaksusa
divyam dadami te chaksuh
pasya me yogam aishvaram" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 8)

"Sri Krishna said: But you cannot see Me with your present eyes. Therefore I give you divine eyes. Behold My mystic opulence!"

"sanjaya uvacha
evam uktva tato rajan
maha-yogesvaro harih
darsayam asa parthaya
paramam rupam aishvaram" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 9)

Sanjaya said: O King, having spoken thus, the Supreme Lord of all mystic power, the Personality of Godhead, displayed His universal form to Arjuna.

"aneka-vaktra-nayanam
anekadbhuta-darshanam
aneka-divyabharanam
divyanekodyatayudham"

"divya-malyambara-dharam
divya-gandhanulepanam
sarvascharya-mayam devam
anantam vishvato-mukham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 10-11)

"Sanjaya said: Arjuna saw in that universal form unlimited mouths, unlimited eyes, unlimited wonderful visions. The form was decorated with many celestial ornaments and bore many divine upraised weapons. He wore celestial garlands and garments, and many divine scents were smeared over His body. All was wondrous, brilliant, unlimited, all-expanding."

"divi surya-sahasrasya
bhaved yugapad utthita
yadi bhah sadrsi sa syad
bhasas tasya mahatmanah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 12)

"Sanjaya said: If hundreds of thousands of suns were to rise at once into the sky, their radiance might resemble the effulgence of the Supreme Person in that universal form."

"tatraika-stham jagat krtsnam
pravibhaktam anekadha
apasyad deva-devasya
sarire pandavas tada" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 13)

"Sanjaya said: At that time Arjuna could see in the universal form of the Lord the unlimited expansions of the universe situated in one place although divided into many, many thousands."

"tatah sa vismayavisto
hrsta-roma dhananjayah
pranamya sirasa devam
kritanjalir abhasata" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 14)

"Sanjaya said: Then, bewildered and astonished, his hair standing on end, Arjuna bowed his head to offer obeisance's and with folded hands began to pray to the Supreme Lord."

"arjuna uvacha
pasyami devams tava deva dehe
sarvams tatha bhuta-visesa-sanghan
brahmanam isam kamalasana-stham
rsims cha sarvan uragams cha divyan" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 15)

"Arjuna said: My dear Lord Krishna, I see assembled in Your body all the demigods and various other living entities. I see Brahma sitting on the lotus flower, as well as Lord Shiva and all the sages and divine serpents."

"aneka-bahudara-vaktra-netram
pasyami tvam sarvato ’nanta-rupam
nantam na madhyam na punas tavadim
pasyami visvesvara vishva-rupa" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 16)

"Arjuna said: O Lord of the universe, O universal form, I see in Your body many, many arms, bellies, mouths and eyes, expanded everywhere, without limit. I see in You no end, no middle and no beginning."

"kiritinam gadinam chakrinam cha
tejo-rasim sarvato diptimantam
pasyami tvam durniriksyam samantad
diptanalarka-dyutim aprameyam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 17)

"Arjuna said: Your form is difficult to see because of its glaring effulgence, spreading on all sides, like blazing fire or the immeasurable radiance of the sun. Yet I see this glowing form everywhere, adorned with various crowns, clubs and discs."

"tvam aksharam paramam veditavyam
tvam asya vishvasya param nidhanam
tvam avyayah sasvata-dharma-gopta
sanatanas tvam purusho mato me" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 18)

"Arjuna said: You are the supreme primal objective. You are the ultimate resting place of all this universe. You are inexhaustible, and You are the oldest. You are the maintainer of the eternal religion, the Personality of Godhead. This is my opinion."

"anadi-madhyantam ananta-viryam
ananta-bahum sasi-surya-netram
pasyami tvam dipta-hutasa-vaktram
sva-tejasa vishvam idam tapantam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 19)

"Arjuna said: You are without origin, middle or end. Your glory is unlimited. You have numberless arms, and the sun and moon are Your eyes. I see You with blazing fire coming forth from Your mouth, burning this entire universe by Your own radiance."

"dyav a-prithivyor idam antaram hi
vyaptam tvayaikena disas cha sarvah
drishtvadbhutam rupam ugram tavedam
loka-trayam pravyathitam mahatman" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 20)

"Arjuna said: Although You are one, You spread throughout the sky and the planets and all space between. O great one, seeing this wondrous and terrible form, all the planetary systems are perturbed."

"sanjaya uvacha
ity arjunam vasudevas tathoktva
svakam rupam darsayam asa bhuyah
asvasayam asa cha bhitam enam
bhutva punah saumya-vapur mahatma" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 50)

"Sanjaya said to Dhritarashtra: The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krishna, having spoken thus to Arjuna, displayed His real four-armed form and at last showed His two-armed form, thus encouraging the fearful Arjuna."

"arjuna uvacha
drstvedam manusam rupam
tava saumyam janardana
idanim asmi samvrttah
sa-cetah prakritim gatah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 51)

"When Arjuna thus saw Krishna in His original form, he said: O Sri Krishna seeing this humanlike form, so very beautiful, I am now composed in mind, and I am restored to my original nature."

"sri-bhagavan uvacha
su-durdarsham idam rupam
drstavan asi yan mama
deva apy asya rupasya
nityam darshana-kanksinah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 52)

"Sri Krishna said: My dear Arjuna, this form of Mine you are now seeing is very difficult to behold. Even the demigods are ever seeking the opportunity to see this form, which is so dear."

"naham vedair na tapasa
na danena na cejyaya
sakya evam-vidho drastum
drstavan asi mam yatha" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 53)

"Sri Krishna said: The form you are seeing with your transcendental eyes cannot be understood simply by studying the Vedas, nor by undergoing serious penances, nor by charity, nor by worship. It is not by these means that one can see Me as I am."

"bhaktya tv ananyaya sakya
aham evam-vidho ’rjuna
jnatum drastum cha tattvena
pravestum cha parantapa" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 54)

"Sri Krishna said: My dear Arjuna, only by undivided devotional service can I be understood, as I am, standing before you, and can thus be seen directly. Only in this way can you enter into the mysteries of My understanding."

"mat-karma-krn mat-paramo
mad-bhaktah sanga-varjitah
nirvairah sarva-bhutesu
yah sa mam eti pandava" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eleven verse 55)

"Sri Krishna said: My dear Arjuna, he who engages in My pure devotional service, free from the contaminations of fruit producing activities and mental speculation, he who works for Me, who makes Me the supreme goal of his life, and who is friendly to every living being—he certainly comes to Me."

Jai Shri Krishna

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Sunday, July 16, 2017

Greatness of Chapter Ten of Bhagwat Gita

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Here below is explained the Greatness of Chapter Ten of Bhagwat Gita. Read the story below to see, how all the sinful reactions are destroyed by just reading the Chapter 10 of the Bhagwat Gita.

“In the olden times, there was a Brahmin of the name of Dhira-buddhi in Kashipuri, who was very dear to Lord Shiva. He was always peaceful and all of his senses were fixed in the glorification of Lord Krishna. Wherever, he would go, Lord Shiva would follow him with great love, so that Lord Shiva could protect and serve him. Seeing Lord Shiva’s activities, Lord Shiva’s eternal servant Bhringi-riddhi inquired from Lord Shiva, “What kind of austerities and other pious activities has this great devotee performed, that you are personally rendering service to him?”

Hearing Bhringi-riddhi’s inquiry, Lord Shiva replied as follows. “Once, in Kailash Purvat, in the garden known as Punnaag, I was enjoying sitting in the moonlight, and suddenly there was a great wind, which caused the trees to shake with a very loud noise. Suddenly a shadow was cast all around as if a mountain was moving. Suddenly, in the sky, a very large bird in the colour of a rain cloud appeared. Due to the flapping of its wings, it was causing the trees to shake and the dust to swirl around. Suddenly the bird landed on the ground and offered his respects to me and also one beautiful lotus flower. After which, he said, “Oh Mahadeva! All glories to you, the shelter of all. There is no limit to your glories. You are the protector of the devotees, who have control over their senses. And you are the foremost of all the devotees of the Supreme Lord Krishna. Great souls such as Brihaspati are always chanting your glories. But even the thousand-headed Ananta Shesa, is not able to fully describe your glories. So what to speak of a bird like me, with such small intelligence.”

After hearing the bird’s prayer, I inquired, “Who are you, and where are you coming from? You look like a swan and your bodily colour is that of a crow.” That bird said, “Please understand that I am the swan-carrier of Lord Brahma. And the reason for my body having attained a black colour, I will relate to you.

Just close to Saurashtra (Surat), there is one beautiful lake, from where this wonderful heavenly lotus flower came from. I had been enjoying there for some time. Just as I was flying off from that place, I suddenly fell to the ground and my body took on this black colour. At that time I was thinking to my self. How have I fallen down, and how has my body which was white like camphor, turned black? While thinking in this way I heard a voice, coming from the lotuses in the lake “Oh, swan, get up, I will tell you the reason why you fell down, and your body turned black.” At that time I got up and went to the centre of the lake, where there were five extraordinary beautiful lotuses, out of which came a very beautiful lady. After circumambulating her, I inquired as to the reason of my falling down. She replied; “Oh, black swan, while you were flying, you flew over me, and due to this offense, your body has now become black. When I saw you fall down, I felt sorry for you, thus, I called you here. When I opened my mouth, the scent emanating from it was able to purify at one time seven thousand black bees, who immediately attained admission into the heavenly realm. My dear king of birds, the reason I have such power I will tell you.

Previous to this birth, three births before, I was born in a Brahmin family, and my name was Saroja-vadana, my father had always instructed me in the principles of chastity and when I got married I served my husband very faithfully. One day I found a Maina (a black bird), and due to looking after it, my service to my husband became affected, for which he became angry, and cursed me, “Oh, sinful woman, you will become a Maina in your next birth.”

In my next birth I became a Maina, but due to my following the principles of chastity strictly, I managed to come in contact with some sages, who kept me at their ashram. One of the sage’s daughters used to look after me. While staying there, every morning and evening I would hear the recitation of the tenth chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, due to which in my next birth I attained the body of an Apsara in the heavenly planets of the name Padmavati. One day, I was travelling in a flower airplane when I saw the beautiful lotus flower on this lake. Coming here, I started to enjoy in the water. At that time, Durvasa-Rishi arrived and saw me completely naked. Being afraid of him I immediately took on the form of five lotuses. My two arms became two lotuses and my two legs became two lotuses, and the rest of my body became the fifth lotus. From Durvasa Rishi’s eyes fire started to emanate: “Oh, sinful one, you will stay in that form for one hundred years”. After cursing me, he immediately disappeared. But fortunately, I was able to remember the Tenth Chapter of the Shrimad Bhagwat Gita. And today, I have become free from the curse, Due to your crossing over me, you fell to the ground and your body became black. But if you hear from me the Tenth Chapter of the Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, you will be able to become free from this situation.”

After Padmavati had completed reciting the Tenth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, she left in an airplane for Vaikuntha. After that I came here and offered this beautiful lotus from that lake to you.”
Lord Siva said, “After that black swan completed his story he immediately gave up his body and took birth in a Brahmin family as Dhira-buddhi, who, from his childhood, always chanted the Tenth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita.
And whoever would hear that chanting from him would attain darshan of Lord Vishnu, who is holding the Shankha and Chakra. Whoever would hear that chanting, whether they are fallen and addicted to intoxication, or even killers of Brahmins, they would attain the darshan of Lord Vishnu, who is holding the Shankha and Chakra. For that reason my dear Bhringi-riddhi, I am always serving Dhira-buddhi.”

Lord Siva said, “My dear Parvati, whether one be a male or female, Sannyasi or Grihastha in fact whatever situation one may be in, if he chants the Tenth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, he will attain the darshan of Lord Vishnu.

So that is the greatness of Tenth chapter of Bhagwat Gita.”

Chapter Ten of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of Divine Glories."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten (10) is entitled "The Yoga of Divine Glories." This Chapter has a total of 42 verses.

Verses 1 to 7 are about the description of God's glories and power of Yoga with the fruit of their knowledge.

Verses 8 to 11 discusses about the Bhaktiyoga - its fruits and glory.

Verses 12 to 18 In these verses Arjuna offers his praises to God and prays to the Lord for a description of His glories and power of Yoga.

Verses 19 to 42 In these verses Lord Describes His glories and power of Yoga.

To read complete Chapter Ten (10) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten (Chapter-10)

Below are some verses from Tenth chapter of Bhagwat Gita:

"sri-bhagavan uvacha
bhuya eva maha-baho
shrinu me paramam vachah
yat te ’ham priyamanaya
vaksyami hita-kamyaya" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 1)

"Sri Krishna said: Listen again, O Arjuna. Because you are My dear friend, for your benefit I shall speak to you further, giving knowledge that is better than what I have already explained."

"na me viduh sura-ganah
prabhavam na maharsayah
aham adir hi devanam
maharsinam cha sarvasah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 2)

"Sri Krishna said: Neither the hosts of demigods nor the great sages know My origin or opulence's, for, in every respect, I am the source of the demigods and sages."

"yo mam ajam anadim cha
vetti loka-maheshvaram
asammudhah sa martyesu
sarva-papaih pramucyate" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 3)

"Sri Krishna said: He who knows Me as the unborn, as the beginning less, as the Supreme Lord of all the worlds—he only, un-deluded among men, is freed from all sins."

"maharsayah sapta purve
chatvaro manavas tatha
mad-bhava manasa jata
yesham loka imah prajah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 6)

"Sri Krishna said: The seven great sages and before them the four other great sages and the Manus [progenitors of mankind] come from Me, born from My mind, and all the living beings populating the various planets descend from them."

"etam vibhutim yogam cha
mama yo vetti tattvatah
so ’vikalpena yogena
yujyate natra samsayah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 7)

"Sri Krishna said: One who is factually convinced of this opulence and mystic power of Mine engages in unalloyed devotional service; of this there is no doubt."

"aham sarvasya prabhavo
mattah sarvam pravartate
iti matva bhajante mam
budha bhava-samanvitah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 8)

"Sri Krishna said: I am the source of all spiritual and material worlds. Everything emanates from Me. The wise who perfectly know this engage in My devotional service and worship Me with all their hearts."

"mac-citta mad-gata-prana
bodhayantah parasparam
kathayantas cha mam nityam
tusyanti cha ramanti cha" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 9)

"Sri Krishna said: The thoughts of My pure devotees dwell in Me, their lives are fully devoted to My service, and they derive great satisfaction and bliss from always enlightening one another and conversing about Me."

"tesam satata-yuktanam
bhajatam priti-purvakam
dadami buddhi-yogam tam
yena mam upayanti te" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 10)

"Sri Krishna said: To those who are constantly devoted to serving Me with love, I give the understanding by which they can come to Me."

"tesam evanukampartham
aham ajnana-jam tamah
nasayamy atma-bhava-stho
jnana-dipena bhasvata" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 11)

"Sri Krishna said: To show them special mercy, I, dwelling in their hearts, destroy with the shining lamp of knowledge the darkness born of ignorance."

"arjuna uvacha
param brahma param dhama
pavitram paramam bhavan
purusham sasvatam divyam
adi-devam ajam vibhum"

"ahus tvam rsayah sarve
devarsir naradas tatha
asito devalo vyasah
svayam chaiva bravisi me" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 12-13)

"Arjuna said: You are the Lord of the universe, the ultimate abode, the purest, the Absolute Truth. You are the eternal, transcendental, original human being, the unborn, the greatest. All the great sages such as Narada, Asita, Devala and Vyasa confirm this truth about You, and now You Yourself are declaring it to me."

"sarvam etad rtam manye
yan mam vadasi keshava
na hi te bhagavan vyaktim
vidur deva na danavah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 14)

"Arjuna said: O Krishna, I totally accept as truth all that You have told me. Neither the demigods nor the demons, O Lord, can understand Your personality."

"svayam evatmanatmanam
vettha tvam purushottama
bhuta-bhavana bhutesa
deva-deva jagat-pate" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 15)

"Arjuna said: Indeed, You alone know Yourself by Your own internal potency, O Supreme human being, origin of all, Lord of all beings, God of gods, Lord of the universe!"

aham atma gudakesha
sarva-bhutasaya-sthitah
aham adis cha madhyam cha
bhutanam anta eva cha" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 20)

"Sri Krishna said: I am the Super soul, O Arjuna, seated in the hearts of all living entities. I am the beginning, the middle and the end of all beings."

"adityanam aham vishnur
jyotisam ravir amsuman
maricir marutam asmi
nakshatranam aham sasi" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 21)

"Sri Krishna said: Of the Adityas I am Vishnu, of lights I am the radiant sun, of the Maruts I am Marici, and among the stars I am the moon."

"vedanam sama-vedo ’smi
devanam asmi vasavah
indriyanam manas chasmi
bhutanam asmi cetana" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 22)

"Sri Krishna said: Of the Vedas I am the Sama Veda; of the demigods I am Indra, the king of heaven; of the senses I am the mind; and in living beings I am the living force [consciousness]."

"rudranam sankaras chasmi
vitteso yaksha-rakshasam
vasunam pavakas chasmi
meruh sikharinam aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 23)

"Sri Krishna said: Of all the Rudras I am Lord Shiva, of the Yakshas and Rakshasas I am the Lord of wealth [Kuvera], of the Vasus I am fire [Agni], and of mountains I am Meru."

"purodhasam cha mukhyam mam
viddhi partha brihaspatim
senaninam aham skandah
sarasam asmi sagarah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 24)

"Sri Krishna said: Of priests, O Arjuna, know Me to be the chief, Brihaspati. Of generals I am Kartikeya, and of bodies of water I am the ocean."

"maharsinam bhrgur aham
giram asmy ekam aksharam
yajnanam japa-yajno ’smi
sthavaranam himalayah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 25)

"Sri Krishna said: Of the great sages I am Bhrgu; of vibrations I am the transcendental Om. Of sacrifices I am the chanting of the holy names [japa], and of immovable things I am the Himalayas."

"ashvatthah sarva-vrksanam
devarsinam cha naradah
gandharvanam citrarathah
siddhanam kapilo munih" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 26)

"Sri Krishna said: Of all trees I am the banyan tree, and of the sages among the demigods I am Narada. Of the Gandharvas I am Citraratha, and among perfected beings I am the sage Kapila."

"ucchaihsravasam asvanam
viddhi mam amrtodbhavam
airavatam gajendranam
naranam cha naradhipam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 27)

"Sri Krishna said: Of horses know Me to be Ucchaihsrava, produced during the churning of the ocean for nectar. Of lordly elephants I am Airavata, and among men I am the monarch."

"ayudhanam aham vajram
dhenunam asmi kamadhuk
prajanas chasmi kandarpah
sarpanam asmi vasukih" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 28)

"Sri Krishna said: Of weapons I am the thunderbolt; among cows I am the surabhi. Of causes for procreation I am Kandarpa, the god of love, and of serpents I am Vasuki."

"anantas chasmi naganam
varuno yadasam aham
pitrnam aryama chasmi
yamah samyamatam aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 29)

"Sri Krishna said: Of the many-hooded Nagas I am Ananta, and among the aquatics I am the demigod Varuna. Of departed ancestors I am Aryama, and among the dispensers of law I am Yama, the lord of death."

"prahladas chasmi daityanam
kalah kalayatam aham
mrganam cha mrgendro ’ham
vainateyas cha paksinam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 30)

"Sri Krishna said: Among the Daitya demons I am the devoted Prahlada, among subduers I am time, among beasts I am the lion, and among birds I am Garuda."

"pavanah pavatam asmi
ramah shastra-bhrtam aham
jhasanam makaras chasmi
srotasam asmi jahnavi" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 31)

"Sri Krishna said: Of purifiers I am the wind, of the wielders of weapons I am Rama, of fishes I am the shark, and of flowing rivers I am the Ganges."

"sarganam adir antas cha
madhyam chaivaham arjuna
adhyatma-vidya vidyanam
vadah pravadatam aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 32)

"Sri Krishna said: Of all creations I am the beginning and the end and also the middle, O Arjuna. Of all sciences I am the spiritual science of the self, and among logicians I am the conclusive truth."

"aksharanam a-karo ’smi
dvandvah samasikasya cha
aham evakshayah kalo
dhataham vishvato-mukhah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 33)

"Sri Krishna said: Of letters I am the letter A, and among compound words I am the dual compound. I am also inexhaustible time, and of creators I am Brahma."

"mrityuh sarva-haras chaham
udbhavas cha bhavisyatam
kirtih srir vak cha narinam
smritir medha dhrtih ksama" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 34)

"Sri Krishna said: I am all-devouring death, and I am the generating principle of all that is yet to be. Among women I am fame, fortune, fine speech, memory, intelligence, steadfastness and patience."

"brihat-sama tatha samnam
gayatri chandasam aham
masanam marga-sirso ’ham
rtunam kusumakarah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 35)

"Sri Krishna said: Of the hymns in the Sama Veda I am the Brihat-sama, and of poetry I am the Gayatri. Of months I am Margasirsa [November-December], and of seasons I am flower-bearing spring."

"dyutam chalayatam asmi
tejas tejasvinam aham
jayo ’smi vyavasayo ’smi
sattvam sattvavatam aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 36)

"Sri Krishna said: I am also the gambling of cheats, and of the splendid I am the splendor. I am victory, I am adventure, and I am the strength of the strong."

"vrsninam vasudevo ’smi
pandavanam dhananjayah
muninam apy aham vyasah
kavinam usana kavih" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 37)

"Sri Krishna said: Of the descendants of Vrishni I am Vasudeva, and of the Pandavas I am Arjuna. Of the sages I am Vyasa, and among great thinkers I am Usana."

"dando damayatam asmi
nitir asmi jigisatam
maunam chaivasmi guhyanam
jnanam jnanavatam aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 38)

"Sri Krishna said: Among all means of suppressing lawlessness I am punishment, and of those who seek victory I am morality. Of secret things I am silence, and of the wise I am the wisdom."

"yac chapi sarva-bhutanam
bijam tad aham arjuna
na tad asti vina yat syan
maya bhutam characharam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 39)

"Sri Krishna said: Furthermore, O Arjuna, I am the generating seed of all existences. There is no being—moving or nonmoving—that can exist without Me."

"nanto ’sti mama divyanam
vibhutinam parantapa
esa tuddesatah prokto
vibhuter vistaro maya" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 40)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, there is no end to My divine manifestations. What I have spoken to you is but a mere indication of My infinite opulence's."

"yad yad vibhutimat sattvam
srimad urjitam eva va
tat tad evavagaccha tvam
mama tejo-’msa-sambhavam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 41)

"Sri Krishna said: Know that all opulent, beautiful and glorious creations spring from but a spark of My splendor."

"atha va bahunaitena
kim jnatena tavarjuna
vistabhyaham idam krtsnam
ekamsena sthito jagat" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Ten verse 42)

"Sri Krishna said: But what need is there, Arjuna, for all this detailed knowledge? With a single fragment of Myself I pervade and support this entire universe."

Jai Shri Krishna

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Sunday, July 09, 2017

Greatness of Chapter Nine of Bhagwat Gita

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Here below is explained the Greatness of Chapter Nine of Bhagwat Gita. Read the story below to see, how all the sinful reactions are destroyed by just reading the Chapter 9 of the Bhagwat Gita.

“In the olden times, there was a town of the name Mahismati on the bank of the Narmada River, where one brahmin of the name Madhava lived. That brahmin very strictly followed all the injunctions of the Vedas and possessed all the good qualities of the brahminical class. Due to his being so learned, he would receive a lot of charity. And with his accumulated wealth, he started to perform a great fire-sacrifice. One day, for offering in sacrifice, one goat was bought, and when they started to cleanse that goat in preparation for it’s sacrifice, to everyone’s great surprise the goat started to laugh and in a loud voice said; “Oh, brahmin, what is the benefit of performing so many fire-sacrifices that simply bind us up in the wheel of birth and death. Just see my position due to my performing so many fire-sacrifices.”

When everyone gathered there heard the words of the goat, they became curious, and that brahmin inquired with folded hands, “how did you become a goat? In your previous life, which caste did you belong to and what activities did you perform?” The goat replied, “Oh, brahmin, in my previous birth I was born in a very pure brahmin family and I very carefully performed all the ritualistic activities enjoined in the Vedas. One day my wife wished to worship Goddess Durga, so that our child might he cured of his disease, for this purpose she requested me to bring one goat. When we sacrificed the goat at the temple of Goddess Durga; the goat cursed me, “Oh, sinful, lowest of all, you wish to make my children fatherless. For this reason you will also take birth as a goat.”

Oh, Madhava, when the time for my death came, I attained this body of a goat but by the grace of Lord Govinda I could remember my previous births. If you wish to hear one other interesting story then I will tell you. In the place known as Kurukshetra which is capable of giving liberation, there once lived a king of the name Chandra-Sharma, who was in the dynasty of the sun-god. Once, at the time of the solar-eclipse, the king wished to give charity to one brahmin. Included in that charity was a Sudra, whose body was completely black. After going with his priest and taking bath in the sacred lake, putting on clean cloth and applying sandalwood, he returned to his place. With devotion he gave charity to a qualified Brahmin.

After he had presented the charity, all of a sudden from that black Sudras’s heart, one very sinful chandala (dog-eater) appeared and after a little while, a female chandala appeared from that black sudras’s body, and together they went close to the brahmin. All of a sudden they entered in to the body of the brahmin. That brahmin remained undisturbed and started to chant the Ninth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, while remembering Lord Govinda. The king witnessing all these activities was stunned, unable to say anything. As soon as the words of the Ninth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita came on the lips of that brahmin, the Vishnudutas appeared there and chased away those two chandalas. At that time the king inquired from the brahmin, “Oh, learned one, who were those two persons and which mantra did you chant? Which deity did you remember?” The brahmin replied, “Taking the form of a chandala, sin personified appeared, along with offense personified in the form of that female chandala. At that time I started chanting the Ninth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, which is capable of releasing one from all fearful situations. By reciting the Ninth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, I am always able to remember the lotus-feet of Lord Govinda”.

Upon hearing this the king learned the chanting of the Shrimad Bhagwat Gita, Ninth Chapter, from the brahmin. Gradually he managed to attain the lotus-feet of Lord Govinda. When Madhava heard this discourse from the goat, he immediately freed the goat and started to engage in reciting the Ninth Chapter of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita daily and thus he also gained the lotus-feet of Lord Govinda.

So that is the greatness of Ninth chapter of Bhagwat Gita.”

Chapter Nine of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of the Sovereign Science and the Sovereign Secret."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine (9) is entitled "The Yoga of the Sovereign Science and the Sovereign Secret." This Chapter has a total of 34 verses.

Verses 1 to 6 are about the subject of Jnana (Knowledge) with its glory described.

Verses 7 to 10 discusses about the origin of the world.

Verses 11 to 15 are about the condemnation of men of the demoniacal nature, who despise God and the method of Bhajana of men possessed of the divine nature.

Verses 16 to 19 are about the description of God, as the soul of everything, and His glory.

Verses 20 to 25 is about the fruits of worship with a motive and without motive.

Verses 26 to 34 describes about the glory of Devotion practiced disinterestedly.

To read complete Chapter Nine (9) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine (Chapter-9)

Below are some verses from Ninth chapter of Bhagwat Gita:

asraddadhanah purusha
dharmasyasya parantapa
aprapya mam nivartante
mrityu-samsara-vartmani (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 3)

"Sri Krishna said: Those who are not faithful in this devotional service cannot attain Me, O Arjuna. Therefore they return to the path of birth and death in this material world."

maya tatam idam sarvam
jagad avyakta-murtina
mat-sthani sarva-bhutani
na chaham tesv avasthitah (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 4)

"Sri Krishna said: By Me, in My unmanifested form, this entire universe is pervaded. All beings are in Me, but I am not in them."

na cha mat-sthani bhutani
pasya me yogam aishvaram
bhuta-bhrn na cha bhuta-stho
mamatma bhuta-bhavanah (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 5)

"Sri Krishna said: And yet everything that is created does not rest in Me. Behold My mystic opulence! Although I am the maintainer of all living entities and although I am everywhere, I am not a part of this cosmic manifestation, for My Self is the very source of creation."

athakasa-sthito nityam
vayuh sarvatra-go mahan
tatha sarvani bhutani
mat-sthanity upadharaya (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 6)

"Sri Krishna said: Understand that as the mighty wind, blowing everywhere, rests always in the sky, all created beings rest in Me."

sarva-bhutani kaunteya
prakritim yanti mamikam
kalpa-ksaye punas tani
kalpadau visrjamy aham (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 7)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, at the end of the millennium all material manifestations enter into My nature, and at the beginning of another millennium, by My potency, I create them again."

prakritim svam avastabhya
visrijami punah punah
bhuta-gramam imam krtsnam
avasam prakriter vasat (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 8)

"Sri Krishna said: The whole cosmic order is under Me. Under My will it is automatically manifested again and again, and under My will it is annihilated at the end."

avajananti mam mudha
manusim tanum asritam
param bhavam ajananto
mama bhuta-maheshvaram (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 11)

"Sri Krishna said: Fools deride Me when I descend in the human form. They do not know My transcendental nature as the Supreme Lord of all that be."

pitaham asya jagato
mata dhata pitamahah
vedyam pavitram omkara
rk sama yajur eva cha (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 17)

"Sri Krishna said: I am the father of this universe, the mother, the support and the grandsire. I am the object of knowledge, the purifier and the syllable Om. I am also the Rig, the Sama and the Yajur Vedas."

"ananyas cintayanto mam
ye janah paryupasate
tesham nityabhiyuktanam
yoga-ksemam vahamy aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 22)

"Sri Krishna said: But those who always worship Me with exclusive devotion, meditating on My transcendental form—to them I carry what they lack, and I preserve what they have."

"yanti deva-vrata devan
pitrn yanti pitr-vratah
bhutani yanti bhutejya
yanti mad-yajino ’pi mam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 25)

"Sri Krishna said: Those who worship the demigods will take birth among the demigods; those who worship the ancestors go to the ancestors; those who worship ghosts and spirits will take birth among such beings; and those who worship Me will live with Me."

"patram puspam phalam toyam
yo me bhaktya prayacchati
tad aham bhakty-upahrtam
asnami prayatatmanah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 26)

"Sri Krishna said: If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, fruit or water, I will accept it."

"yat karosi yad asnasi
yaj juhosi dadasi yat
yat tapasyasi kaunteya
tat kurusva mad-arpanam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 27)

"Sri Krishna said: Whatever you do, whatever you eat, whatever you offer or give away, and whatever austerities you perform—do that, O Arjuna, as an offering to Me."

"subhasubha-phalair evam
moksyase karma-bandhanaih
sannyasa-yoga-yuktatma
vimukto mam upaisyasi" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 28)

"Sri Krishna said: In this way you will be freed from bondage to work and its auspicious and inauspicious results. With your mind fixed on Me in this principle of renunciation, you will be liberated and come to Me."

"samo ’ham sarva-bhutesu
na me dvesyo ’sti na priyah
ye bhajanti tu mam bhaktya
mayi te tesu chapy aham" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 29)

"Sri Krishna said: I envy no one, nor am I partial to anyone. I am equal to all. But whoever renders service unto Me in devotion is a friend, is in Me, and I am also a friend to him."

"api cet su-duracharo
bhajate mam ananya-bhak
sadhur eva sa mantavyah
samyag vyavasito hi sah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 30)

"Sri Krishna said: Even if one commits the most abominable action, if he is engaged in devotional service he is to be considered saintly because he is properly situated in his determination."

"ksipram bhavati dharmatma
sasvac-chantim nigacchati
kaunteya pratijanihi
na me bhaktah pranasyati" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 31)

"Sri Krishna said: He quickly becomes righteous and attains lasting peace. O Arjuna, declare it boldly that My devotee never perishes."

"man-mana bhava mad-bhakto
mad-yaji mam namaskuru
mam evaishyasi yuktvaivam
atmanam mat-parayanah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Nine verse 34)

"Sri Krishna said: Engage your mind always in thinking of Me, become My devotee, offer obeisance's to Me and worship Me. Being completely absorbed in Me, surely you will come to Me."

Jai Shri Krishna

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Sunday, July 02, 2017

Greatness of Chapter Eight of Bhagwat Gita

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Here below is explained the Greatness of Chapter Eight of Bhagwat Gita. Read the story below to see, how all the sinful reactions are destroyed by just reading the Chapter 8 of the Bhagwat Gita.

“In the olden times, there was a brahmin by the name of Bhava-Sharma who used to live in the important town of Amardaka-pura. He had taken a harlot as his wife, and he enjoyed meat-eating, intoxication, stealing, adultery and hunting. Once, after a bout of drinking wine, Bhava-Sharma contracted a serious disease, and after many days of suffering he died and attained the body of a date palm tree.

One day, two ghosts (Brahm-raaksasa) took shelter beneath this palm tree after unceasingly wandering over the earth, hungry and thirsty. Due to their activities in a previous life, they had attained these ghostly bodies. One of them had once been the brahmin Kusibala, who had been conversant with many branches of knowledge and had been learned in the Vedas. The other ghost had been his wife, Kumati. Kusibala and his evil-minded wife, both greedy, had been in the habit of collecting much charity daily without ever giving charity to other brahmins. When they died they both became ghosts.

So while these two ghosts were resting under the palm tree, the one who had been the wife asked her former husband how to atone. He replied that by having knowledge of Brahm, the Self and Fruitive activities this could be accomplished. Upon hearing this, his wife inquired, “What is Brahm? What is the Self? What are fruitive activities?” Because she spoke in Sanskrit, she coincidentally chanted the first two lines of the eighth chapter of the Bhagwat Gita.

Upon hearing these lines, Bhava-Sharma became freed from his tree body and again attained the body of a sinless brahmin. And suddenly a spiritual airplane appeared to take the ghostly husband and wife back to Vaikuntha.Thereafter Bhava-Sharma wrote down the two lines from the Bhagwat Gita and he went to Kasipuri with the intention of worshiping Lord Krishna by performing great austerities and continuously chanting these two lines: kim tad brahm kim adhyatmam, kim karma purushottama.

After some time, in Vaikuntha Lord Vishnu once unexpectedly arose from His rest. Lakshmi devi inquired with folded hands what had awakened Him. Lord Vishnu said. “My dear Lakshmi, in Kasipuri, on the bank of the river Ganges, My devotee is performing great austerities by continuously chanting half a verse of the eighth chapter of the Bhagwat Gita. For a long time I have been thinking how to reward his devotion.” Lord Shiva then told Parvati that Bhava-Sharma pleased Lord Vishnu so much that the Lord awarded him a place in Vaikuntha to engage eternally in the service of His lotus feet. Moreover, all his ancestors also attained the lotus feet of Lord Vishnu."

So that is the greatness of Eighth chapter of Bhagwat Gita.”

Chapter Eight of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of the Indestructible Brahma."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight (8) is entitled "The Yoga of the indestructible Brahma." This Chapter has a total of 28 verses.

Verses 1 to 7 are about the answer to Arjuna's seven questions on Brahma, Adhyatma and Karma (Action), etc.

Verses 8 to 22 discusses the subject of Bhaktiyoga.

Verses 23 to 28 describes about the Bright and Dark paths.

To read complete Chapter Eight (8) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight (Chapter-8)

Below are some verses from Eighth chapter of Bhagwat Gita:

"arjuna uvaca
kim tad brahma kim adhyatmam
kim karma purushottama
adhibhutam ca kim proktam
adhidaivam kim ucyate" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 1)

"Arjuna said: O Lord Sri Krishna, what is Brahman? What is the self? What are fruitive activities? What is this material manifestation? And what are the demigods? Please explain this to me."

"adhiyajnah katham ko ’tra
dehe ’smin madhusudana
prayana-kale ca katham
jneyo ’si niyatatmabhih" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 2)

"Arjuna said: Who is the Lord of sacrifice, and how does He live in the body, O Krishna? And how can those engaged in devotional service know You at the time of death?"

"sri-bhagavan uvaca
aksharam brahma paramam
svabhavo ’dhyatmam ucyate
bhuta-bhavodbhava-karo
visargah karma-samjnitah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 3)

"Sri Krishna said: The indestructible, transcendental living entity is called Brahman, and his eternal nature is called adhyatma, the self. Action pertaining to the development of the material bodies of the living entities is called karma, or fruitive activities."

"adhibhutam ksaro bhavah
purushas cadhidaivatam
adhiyajno ’ham evatra
dehe deha-bhrtam vara" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 4)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, the physical nature, which is constantly changing, is called adhibhuta [the material manifestation]. The universal form of the Lord, which includes all the demigods, like those of the sun and moon, is called adhidaiva. And I, the Supreme Lord, represented as the Super soul in the heart of every embodied being, am called adhiyajna [the Lord of sacrifice]."

"anta-kale ca mam eva
smaran muktva kalevaram
yah prayati sa mad-bhavam
yati nasty atra samsayah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 5)

"Sri Krishna said: And whoever, at the end of his life, quits his body, remembering Me alone, at once attains My nature. Of this there is no doubt."

"yam yam vapi smaran bhavam
tyajaty ante kalevaram
tam tam evaiti kaunteya
sada tad-bhava-bhavitah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 6)

"Sri Krishna said: Whatever state of being one remembers when he quits his body, O Arjuna, that state he will attain without fail."

"tasmat sarveshu kaleshu
mam anusmara yudhya ca
mayy arpita-mano-buddhir
mam evaishyasy asamsayah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 7)

"Sri Krishna said: Therefore, Arjuna, you should always think of Me in the form of Krishna and at the same time carry out your prescribed duty of fighting. With your activities dedicated to Me and your mind and intelligence fixed on Me, you will attain Me without doubt."

"abhyasa-yoga-yuktena
cetasa nanya-gamina
paramam purusham divyam
yati parthanucintayan" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 8)

"Sri Krishna said: He who meditates on Me as the Lord of the universe, his mind constantly engaged in remembering Me, un-deviated from the path, he, O Arjuna, is sure to reach Me."

"kavim puranam anusasitaram
anor aniyamsam anusmared yah
sarvasya dhataram acintya-rupam
aditya-varnam tamasah parastat" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Eight verse 9)

"Sri Krishna said: One should meditate upon the Supreme human being as the one who knows everything, as He who is the oldest, who is the controller, who is smaller than the smallest, who is the maintainer of everything, who is beyond all material conception, who is inconceivable, and who is always a human being. He is luminous like the sun, and He is transcendental, beyond this material nature."

Jai Shri Krishna

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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Greatness of Chapter Seven of Bhagwat Gita

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Here below is explained the Greatness of Chapter Seven of Bhagwat Gita. Read the story below to see, how all the sinful reactions are destroyed by just reading the Chapter 7 of the Bhagwat Gita.

In the olden times, there was a brahmin by the name of Shanku-karna, who was occupied as a businessman. Shanku-karna amassed so much wealth that even kings visited his house to dine. But the miserly Shanku-karna kept some of his wealth buried, concealed from his relatives, and he never performed devotional acts or the rituals for his forefathers. Once, after his fourth marriage, Shanku-karna took rest for the night. While asleep, he received a snakebite and died. Later he attained the body of a snake-ghost, and he came to reside at the place where he had buried his wealth. Eventually he became tired of being trapped in a ghostly body, so he appeared to his sons in a dream and asked their help.

When his lazy sons woke up, they talked about their dream. Then one of them took a spade and went to the place his father had indicated. The son did not know exactly where to find the buried wealth, but he searched greedily until he found a snake hole. As he started to dig, suddenly a huge and appalling snake crawled out and asked, “Who are you? Who sent you to dig here?” Trembling for his life, the son replied: “It is me, your son, Shiva, to whom you appeared in a dream.”

The snake laughed and asked, why you indeed as his son, had not performed the necessary rituals to free him from the hellish life. The son inquired how to do this. His father replied, “Not by any kind of charity or austerity but only by recitation from the seventh chapter of the Bhagwat Gita will I become free from birth and death.” The father instructed his son to invite a brahmin to recite the seventh chapter during a ceremony to offer oblations to the forefathers. As this ceremony took place, the brahmin chanted the seventh chapter of the Bhagwat Gita, and Shanku-karna gave up his frightful body and attained a divine four-armed form. Before he left for Vaikunth Dham he blessed his sons and told them the location of his wealth.

After digging it up, the sons, whose minds had become fixed in devotion to Lord Krishna, used the wealth to build temples, dig wells and holy ponds, and distribute sanctified food. Moreover, the sons daily recited the seventh chapter of the Bhagwat Gita and quickly attained the devotion of Lord Krishna. Anyone who recites or hears this chapter will be freed from all the sinful reactions.

So that is the greatness of Seventh chapter of Bhagwat Gita.”

Chapter Seven of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of Jnana (Knowledge of Nirguna Brahma) and Vijnana (Knowledge of Manifest Divinity)."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven (7) is entitled "The Yoga of Jnana (Knowledge of Nirguna Brahma) and Vijnana (Knowledge of Manifest Divinity)." This Chapter has a total of 30 verses.

Verses 1 to 7 describes the Wisdom with real Knowledge of Manifest Divinity.

Verses 8 to 12 describes about the Inherence of God in all objects as their Cause.

Verses 13 to 19 are about the Condemnation of men of demonical nature and Praise of devotees.

Verses 20 to 23 are about answering the question of worship of other gods.

Verses 24 to 30 are about the Condemnation of men, who are ignorant of the glory and true nature of God, and approbation of those who know them.

To read complete chapter Seven (7) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven (Chapter-7)

Below are some verses from Seventh chapter of Bhagwat Gita:

"udarah sarva evaite
jnani tv atmaiva me matam
asthitah sa hi yuktatma
mam evanuttamam gatim" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven verse 18)

"Sri Krishna said: All these devotees are undoubtedly magnanimous souls, but he who is situated in knowledge of Me I consider to be just like My own self. Being engaged in My transcendental service, he is sure to attain Me, the highest and most perfect goal."

"bahunam janmanam ante
jnanavan mam prapadyate
vasudevah sarvam iti
sa mahatma su-durlabhah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven verse 19)

"Sri Krishna said: After many births and deaths, he who is actually in knowledge surrenders unto Me, knowing Me to be the cause of all causes and all that is. Such a great soul is very rare."

"antavat tu phalam tesam
tad bhavaty alpa-medhasam
devan deva-yajo yanti
mad-bhakta yanti mam api" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven verse 23)

"Sri Krishna said: Men of small intelligence worship the demigods, and their fruits are limited and temporary. Those who worship the demigods go to the planets of the demigods, but My devotees ultimately reach My supreme planet."

"vedaham samatitani
vartamanani charjuna
bhavisyani cha bhutani
mam tu veda na kaschana" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven verse 26)

"Sri Krishna said: O Arjuna, as the Lord of the universe, I know everything that has happened in the past, all that is happening in the present, and all things that are yet to come. I also know all living entities; but Me no one knows."

"jara-marana-mokshaya
mam asritya yatanti ye
te brahma tad viduh krtsnam
adhyatmam karma chakhilam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Seven verse 29)

"Sri Krishna said: Intelligent human beings who are endeavoring for liberation from old age and death take refuge in Me in devotional service. They are actually Brahman because they entirely know everything about transcendental activities."

Jai Shri Krishna

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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Greatness of Chapter Six of Bhagwat Gita

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Here below is explained the Greatness of Chapter Six of Bhagwat Gita. Read the story below to see, how all the sinful reactions are destroyed by just reading the Chapter 6 of Bhagwat Gita.

In the olden times, there was a beautiful town named Pratishthan-pura on the bank of the Godavari River. There was a popular king named Jana-shrutee who ruled over there. He had many good qualities, and he daily performed an opulent fire sacrifice and many other pious acts, like he gave charity, dug wells and lakes, and so on.

Once some demigods went to the king’s residence in the form of swans. As they flew above his palace, the demigod Bhadra-shwa heard several swans mention Jana-shrutee ’s greatness, but Bhadra-shwa laughed and asked, “Is Jana-shrutee Maharaja as powerful as the great sage Raikwa.”

The king happened to hear the swans’ conversation from the roof of his high palace, and then went down in a happy mood and ordered his charioteer to go out and find Raikwa. Thus ordered, the charioteer departed for holy places. Upon arriving in Kashmir, he saw the sage sitting on a small cart near the door of a temple.

The charioteer fell at Raikwa’s feet and asked him where he lived, what his full name was, and why he was sitting there. Raikwa thought for some time and replied, “I am fully satisfied. I do not require anything.” The charioteer understood and returned at once to Pratishthan-pura. When charioteer arrived, he offered his respects to the king and informed him of all that had taken place. The king then decided to visit the great sage Raikwa. Seated on a beautiful chariot filled with valuable gifts, he left for Kashmir.

When the king finally met Raikwa and had fallen at his feet, he placed many silks and jewels before the sage. The sage, however, became angry and said, “You foolish king! Take these useless things away. Put them on your chariot and leave this place at once.” With great devotion the king fell at Raikwa’s feet again and begged to be forgiven. He asked, “O sage, how have you attained such a level of renunciation and devotion to the Lord?”

Pleased by the king’s submissive attitude,Raikwa replied that he had daily recited the sixth chapter of the Bhagwat Gita. There-after, King Jana-shrutee also began to recite it daily. After some time a flower airplane appeared and took the king to Vaikuntha. Raikwa, in the meantime, had also gone to Vaikuntha, where he engaged in the service of the lotus feet of the Supreme Lord. So that is the greatness of Sixth chapter of Bhagwat Gita.”

Chapter Six of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of Self control."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six (6) is entitled "The Yoga of Self control."

This Chapter has a total of 47 verses.

Verses 1 to 4 are about the "Karmayoga" or the Yoga of disinterested Action,described; marks of one who has attained Yoga.

Verses 5 to 10 urges one to uplift the self; describes the marks of the God-Realized soul.

Verses 11 to 32 details the description of Dhyanayoga.

Verses 33 to 36 discusses about the question of Mind-control.

Verses 37 to 47 discusses the fate of one who falls from Yoga; the glory of Dhyanayoga described herewith.

To read complete chapter Six (6) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six (Chapter-6)

Below are some verses from Sixth chapter of Bhagwat Gita:

"sa nischayena yoktavyo
yogo ’nirvinna-cetasa
sankalpa-prabhavan kamams
tyaktva sarvan asesatah
manasaivendriya-gramam
viniyamya samantatah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 24)

"Sri Krishna said: One should engage oneself in the practice of yoga with determination and faith and not be deviated from the path. One should abandon, without exception, all material desires born of mental speculation and thus control all the senses on all sides by the mind."

"sanaih sanair uparamed
buddhya dhrti-grhitaya
atma-samstham manah kritva
na kincid api cintayet" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 25)

"Sri Krishna said: Gradually, step by step, one should become situated in trance by means of intelligence sustained by full conviction, and thus the mind should be fixed on the self alone and should think of nothing else."

"yato yato nischalati
manas chanchalam asthiram
tatas tato niyamyaitad
atmany eva vasam nayet" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 26)

"Sri Krishna said: From wherever the mind wanders due to its flickering and unsteady nature, one must certainly withdraw it and bring it back under the control of the self."

"prashanta-manasam hy enam
yoginam sukham uttamam
upaiti santa-rajasam
brahma-bhutam akalmasam" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 27)

"Sri Krishna said: The yogi whose mind is fixed on Me verily attains the highest perfection of transcendental happiness. He is beyond the mode of passion, he realizes his qualitative identity with the God, and thus he is freed from all reactions to past deeds."

"yunjann evam sadatmanam
yogi vigata-kalmasah
sukhena brahma-samsparsham
atyantam sukham asnute" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 28)

"Sri Krishna said: Thus the self-controlled yogi, constantly engaged in yoga practice, becomes free from all material contamination and achieves the highest stage of perfect happiness in transcendental loving service to the Lord."

"sarva-bhuta-stham atmanam
sarva-bhutani chatmani
iksate yoga-yuktatma
sarvatra sama-darshanah" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 29)

"Sri Krishna said: A true yogi observes Me in all beings and also sees every being in Me. Indeed, the self-realized human being sees Me, the same God Lord, everywhere."

"yo mam pasyati sarvatra
sarvam cha mayi pasyati
tasyaham na pranasyami
sa cha me na pranasyati" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 30)

"Sri Krishna said: For one who sees Me everywhere and sees everything in Me, I am never lost, nor is he ever lost to Me."

"sarva-bhuta-sthitam yo mam
bhajaty ekatvam asthitah
sarvatha vartamano ’pi
sa yogi mayi vartate" (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Six verse 31)

"Sri Krishna said: Such a yogi, who engages in the worshipful service of the Super soul, knowing that I and the Super soul are one, remains always in Me in all circumstances."

Jai Shri Krishna

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