Wondrous Glories of Vraja

Wondrous Glories of Vraja

This book describes the theological importance of Mathura-Vrindavan area which is one of the holiest spot for the followers of Vedic tradition.

Author: Sahadeva Dasa, Dr

Publisher: Soul Science University Press

ISBN: 8190976052

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This book describes the theological importance of Mathura-Vrindavan area which is one of the holiest spot for the followers of Vedic tradition.
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The Glories of r Advaita c rya

The Glories of   r   Advaita   c  rya

The Wonderful Story of the Incarnation of Mahāviṣṇu and Sadāśiva who Brought
Down Premāvatāra Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu. BL 1175 A187 G58 2000 MAIN ...
Śrī Advaita Prabhu ' s Absorption in Vraja - līlā . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 The ...

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ISBN: UCAL:B5132219

Category: Vaishnavism

Page: 282

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On the philosophy and teachings of Advaita Ācārya, Vaishnava saint.
Categories: Vaishnavism

A Prose English Translation of Srimadbhagavatam

A Prose English Translation of Srimadbhagavatam

Hearing near his hermitage the wonderful chanting of the glories , songs , music
exclamations of joy and other auspicious ... skin of the Ajagara being dried up
remained for a considerable time as a playful hole to the inhabitants of Vraja .

Author: Manmatha Nath Dutt

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ISBN: SRLF:A0000747113

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Bhakti and Embodiment

Bhakti and Embodiment

The Bhāgavata Purāòa represents the forest of VĆndāvana, like the land of Vraja
that encompasses it, as consecrated by the bodily traces of KĆĎòa. ... the glory of
the earth because it has been graced by the lotus-feet of the son of Devakī [
KĆĎòa]. ... In another of his wondrous feats, KĆĎòa rescues the residents of
Vraja from the wrath of Indra, king of the gods, and becomes renowned as the
upholder ...

Author: Barbara A. Holdrege

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317669098

Category: Religion

Page: 432

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The historical shift from Vedic traditions to post-Vedic bhakti (devotional) traditions is accompanied by a shift from abstract, translocal notions of divinity to particularized, localized notions of divinity and a corresponding shift from aniconic to iconic traditions and from temporary sacrificial arenas to established temple sites. In Bhakti and Embodiment Barbara Holdrege argues that the various transformations that characterize this historical shift are a direct consequence of newly emerging discourses of the body in bhakti traditions in which constructions of divine embodiment proliferate, celebrating the notion that a deity, while remaining translocal, can appear in manifold corporeal forms in different times and different localities on different planes of existence. Holdrege suggests that an exploration of the connections between bhakti and embodiment is critical not only to illuminating the distinctive transformations that characterize the emergence of bhakti traditions but also to understanding the myriad forms that bhakti has historically assumed up to the present time. This study is concerned more specifically with the multileveled models of embodiment and systems of bodily practices through which divine bodies and devotional bodies are fashioned in Krsna bhakti traditions and focuses in particular on two case studies: the Bhagavata Purana, the consummate textual monument to Vaisnava bhakti, which expresses a distinctive form of passionate and ecstatic bhakti that is distinguished by its embodied nature; and the Gaudiya Vaisnava tradition, an important bhakti tradition inspired by the Bengali leader Caitanya in the sixteenth century, which articulates a robust discourse of embodiment pertaining to the divine bodies of Krsna and the devotional bodies of Krsna bhaktas that is grounded in the canonical authority of the Bhagavata Purana.
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Sri Madhava Mahotsava

Sri Madhava Mahotsava

The Work All glories to the effulgent , amusing glimmer in the eyes of Radha
upon seeing the pastime of Her bathing ceremony . Spreading bliss in every ...
Radhika , the most fortunate daughter of King Vrsabhanu , is the best among all
the women of Vraja . Radha ' s wonderful nature gives the greatest joy to the
playful Madhava , and She always plays in the company of Her happy friends .
One day , the ...

Author: Jīva Gosvāmī

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ISBN: UOM:39015042233620

Category: Krishna (Hindu deity)

Page: 93

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Prose English translation of Sanskrit poem on Krishna (Hindu deity).
Categories: Krishna (Hindu deity)

Complete Works of Gosvami Tulsidas Minor works

Complete Works of Gosvami Tulsidas  Minor works

Tulsi composed the next twenty one songs to the glory of the Lord ' s Wondrous
Form and the deep attachment of gopis of Vraj for their beloved Krishna . In 267
touching lines of verse , Tulsi narrates the gopis ' anguish when they were ...

Author: Tulasīdāsa

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ISBN: UOM:39015051341694

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Medieval Hindi poems by a saint poet of Uttar Pradesh.
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The Glory of Nepal

The Glory of Nepal

Through his many wondrous adventures , he is treasured as the eternal child ,
the eternal lover , and the eternal teacher . ... remembered for his dalliances with
the milkmaids of Vraja ; as the eternal teacher he is revered for his great
discourse ...

Author: William P. Forbes

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ISBN: UOM:39015051760653

Category: Hindu gods

Page: 292

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Categories: Hindu gods

r Br had Bh gavat mr ta of r la San tana Gosv m Glories of Goloka concluded

  r   Br  had Bh  gavat  mr  ta of   r  la San  tana Gosv  m    Glories of Goloka  concluded

What tapas could the gopīs of Vraja have performed to earn the privilege of
drinking Krşņa ' s beauty with their mortal eyes , directly ... Those pastimes were
wondrous for all , even for those who were proud of their own opulence ,
including the Lord ... Furthermore , persons who taste Krsna ' s glories are never
satiated ; rather , they always experience those glories as newer and newer at
every moment .

Author: Sanātana Gosvāmī

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ISBN: 0892133473

Category: Bhakti in literature

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On Krishna, Hindu deity and Bhakti representing Vaishnava view point; Sanskrit text with English translation.
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The Religion of Love

The Religion of Love

All these were powerfully affected and experienced great delight and wondrous
peace . ... We quote a few typical verses : “ Hearing that music of Shri Krishna's
flute — which kindled lovesome women of Vraja proceeded to celebrate it in
song ... filling the holes of His flute with the nectar of His lips , the Lord entered
Vrindāvana , charming with His footprints , His glory being sung by hosts of
cowherd boys .

Author: Kanwar Lal

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

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Category: Krishna

Page: 102

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r K a

  r   K         a

But Krsna was ruler over all hearts by the might of his wondrous love . ... were
issued that all the inhabitants of his whole kingdom be invited to his capital and
that the people of Vraja be included therein . And last he sent his ambassador in
great pomp and glory to call to his palace the seventh son of Devakī , Balarāma ,
and ...

Author: Premananda Bharati

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105131756475

Category: History

Page: 353

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Originally published in 1904, this text is the first full-length work presenting theistic Hindu practices and beliefs before a Western audience by a practicing Hindu "missionary," Premananda Bharati. (World Religions)
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My Dear Lord Krishna A Book of Prayers Volume 2

My Dear Lord Krishna  A Book of Prayers Volume 2

All glory to You. I will write to You again when I feel better. I hope readers will not
take offense at this prayer but accept that I am speaking to You. ... You showed
them that they could not harm your associates in Vraja or interrupt their playful
pastimes with You. ... You did this in a wondrous way, by holding up the
Govardhana Hill on the pinky of your left hand (when You were only seven years
old) and by ...

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Publisher: Satsvarupa dasa Goswami

ISBN: 9780982260067

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Appreciating Navadvipa Dhama

Appreciating Navadvipa Dhama

... prays , “ By the power of the mercy of Gaura - Nitāi , I will see the
transcendental splendor of Vraja at Navadvīpa . My mind being charmed thus at
my residence in Ananda - sukhada kunja in Navadvīpa , I will behold such
wondrous things in my very ... ( KKT ) Chapter 13 Navadvīpa Dhāmavāsīs " All
glories to the moon 244.

Author: Swami Mahanidhi

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ISBN: UOM:39015051956483

Category: Navadwīp (India)

Page: 284

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On Vaishnavism in Navadwīp (India), birthplace of Chaitanya, Vaishnava saint.
Categories: Navadwīp (India)

Srimannarayaneeyam of Melpathur Narayana Bhattatiri

Srimannarayaneeyam of Melpathur Narayana Bhattatiri

... and limitless thrill of happiness goren a fast : of the Vraja community , by this
kind of wonderfully different sportive deeds and others , qa - T ! RIG4614 ! ... You ,
who are , by Your wondrous and novel variations of sport as mentioned earlier ,
renewing ever so often , the ... all my miseries and bless this devotee , who is
ever eagerly interested in narrating Your story and glory and who has no other
refuge .

Author: Nārāyaṇabhaṭṭapāda

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ISBN: UOM:39015064263661

Category: Krishna (Hindu deity)

Page: 1353

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Classical Sanskrit poetry on Krishna (Hindu deity).
Categories: Krishna (Hindu deity)

Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society

Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society

A Shrine , so glorious from the main arise ; Awhile he gazes on the wondrous
sight , Amazed , his eyes are dazzled ... In fair Ayodhya's realm Ikşvāku sate
Upon his throne as lord , high potentate ; Before him princes , kings and nations
bend , And fame and glory his bright reign attend . ... so fair , beyond the sky ,
Where Rangá's holy Shrine by Vraja's stream , With sacred beauty now doth
brightly gleam .

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ISBN: WISC:89012779757

Category: Asia

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Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay

Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bombay

... A Shrine , so glorious from the main arise ; Awhile he gazes on the wondrous
sight , Amazed , his eyes are dazzled with its light ! ... sate Upon his throne as
lord , high potentate ; Before him princes , kings and nations bend , And fame and
glory his bright reign attend . ... to yon world so fair , beyond the sky , Where
Rangá's holy Shrine by Vraja's stream , With sacred beauty now doth brightly
gleam .

Author: Asiatic Society of Bombay

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ISBN: OSU:32435065063356

Category: India

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Vol. 1-new ser., v. 7 include the society's Proceedings for 1841-1929 (title varies)
Categories: India

Journal

Journal

A Shrine , so glorious from the main arise ; Awhile he gazes on the wondrous
sight , Amazed , his eyes are dazzled ... In fair Ayodhya's realm [ kşvāku sate
Upon his throne as lord , high potentate ; Before him princes , kings and nations
bend , And fame and glory his bright reign attend . ... so fair , beyond the sky ,
Where Raiga's holy Shrine by Vraja's stream , With sacred beauty now doth
brightly gleam .

Author: Asiatic Society of Bombay

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ISBN: CHI:27464906

Category: Orient

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Categories: Orient

DISCOURSES ON SHRIMAD BHAGAVATA Conto 9 to 12

DISCOURSES ON SHRIMAD BHAGAVATA  Conto 9 to 12

This is exemplified in the glory of Govardhana-līlā. There are ... This līlā is not
only glorious and wondrous, but also filled with a profound richness and depth of
spiritual knowledge. ... By lifting go-vardhana, the Lord nurtured the cows of Vraja
.

Author: Swami Tejomayananda

Publisher: Central Chinmaya Mission Trust

ISBN: 9788175977099

Category: Puranas

Page: 1039

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Shrimad Bhagavat is renowned as one of the greatest compositions in Sanskrit Literature. The 18th Purana composed by Maharishi Veda-Vyasa, it stands unparalleled in its distinct and resplendent exaltation of devotion to God, revealing throughout the quintessence of Vedantic teachings. Masterfully profound and delightfully enchanting, Shrimad Bhagavat abounds in work-paintings of the supreme Lord's wondrous and endearing avatars, divine sports and devotees - paintings that kindle, intensity and establish devotion in one's heart. This spring of devotion leads one to satsang, to the Guru and to teachings that unveil one's essential nature of Brahman.
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The Love of Krishna

The Love of Krishna

Behold Glory which has taken the form of a young boy who is nectar for the eyes .
... takes the form of the lord whose dominion includes the slopes which are the
breasts of the beautiful wives of Vraja . ... Those wondrous lotus feet are here .

Author: Krsnalilasukamuni

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ISBN: UOM:39015024343793

Category: Krishna (Hindu deity)

Page: 463

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This is the first critical edition in transcription with facing English translation of a medieval Sanskrit text that is known in most parts of India, especially in Bengal. The Krsnakarnāmrta ("Nectar to the Ears of Krishna") is a devotional anthology of stanzas in praise of the youthful Krishna, "the dark blue boy," "Lord of Life," lover of the milkmaids in Indian legend, and an incarnation of the great God Vishnu. Of its importance there can be no doubt: for many devout Indians it is a Book of Common Prayer, whose short and ardent hymns to the Lord Krishna come frequently and familiarly to mind. Frances Wilson here provides a masterly English translation of this moving expression of religious adoration. Collating over seventy manuscripts, she has established an authoritative Sanskrit text, including its literary and critical history. In the full introduction, she discusses the legends that have arisen about its author, the mysterious Līlāśuka Bilvamangala. Medieval Sanskrit studies have in the past been much neglected by European scholars. In breaking free of the classical traditions of Sanskrit philology, Wilson has produced a work that is of profound relevance to the study of Indian civilization today.
Categories: Krishna (Hindu deity)

r Gau ya G ti guccha

  r   Gau     ya G  ti guccha

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ISBN: UOM:39015051931635

Category: Devotional poetry, Indic

Page: 187

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Vaishnava prayers with English translation.
Categories: Devotional poetry, Indic

Author: المظفر، محمد رضا،

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ISBN: 9645294355

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Page: 387

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