The book Sri Krishna Karnamrita by Bilvamangala Thakura in English in PDF format. 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.
|Published (Last):||14 June 2012|
|PDF File Size:||20.28 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.88 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
All glories, all glories, all glories to You, O Lord, whose holy name is auspicious for all three worlds!
Seventeenth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: Has He come before my eyes again? Special Pilgrimage to Nandgram in Chapter Hymn 99 Vinay Patrika: Seventy-third Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita: Extraordinary Character Chapter October Spiritual Calendar: 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 krishba.
And as for the moon- it attains a simply unmentionable state on the new-moon day. January Spiritual Calendar: Having entered my eye, He is enjoying great bliss.
Sri Lilashuka Bilavamangal,the composer of the ‘Sri Krishna Karnamrit”, belongs to the parikar of madhur bhava or the pivotal concept of sweet love. Thirty-fifth Shloka’ ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita: How wondrous this lotus face!
I simply bow down before You again and again, and yet again. Pilgrimage to Mount Kailash Chapter 6: O Lord, until some terminal disease comes to strike violently at my vital parts and cripple my limbs and joints, may the moon of Your face by the double-thick awning for the current of my consciousness [against the burning heat of separation].
This lIlkA-shuka is not just a poet but a grammarian, philosopher [ vedAnti ]. His beauty beguiles at every moment and out of love He drinks from the mouth of His flute.
November, Spiritual Calendar: This is He, who curbed the pride of Indra, lord of the third world the heavenly realm. Shri Billavmangala worship and dedicated devotion to his isht was very firm. Induji Prem Sudha Dhara: Now he will have to make Me his own.
Lalita Sahasranama is a text from Brahmanda Purana. This is available online through Digital Library of India. Shreeshji Prem Sudha Dhara: He is the only friend for my eyes.
Sarojji Prem Sudha Dhara: This is rare even among the planets of the demigods. That form, which is worshiped by the buxom milkmaids’ lotus eyes, possesses a face that has begun defeating the beauty of the moon and the lotus. There is a Telugu translation of this work, as early as inby one brahmashrii kArmanchi subbharAyalu nAyani.
He is fickle, yet He is like the central jewel in the necklace of the milkmaids. Meeraji’s Surrender at Shriji’s Feet Chapter Fifth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: Variations in wording, names of metres etc are also amended as far as possible, but needs a through checkup, at a later time.
HariHarji: ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita’: Introduction
These talks are filled with the nectar of the exchanges of karnzmrita, rendered very pleasant by waves of witty meanings, imbued with Your natural boyishness, and punctuated by the movements of Your wide, dancing eyes.
Ushaji’s Birth Chapter 4: A Ray of Grace Part 2 Chapter Seeing me from a distance with a flood of sidelong glances, my Lord walks toward me with the sportive grace of an elephant and moves my heart with the current of flute-sound emanating from His mouth, which is filled with brightly glowing teeth.
He insistently got a hand written copy of the original composition made and took it back with him to Nilachal. For me, a glimpse of that young boy with lotus eyes is far away-doubly so His embraces. Shri Ram Vandana  Vinay Patrika: Dey, krishnadAs kavirAj and jarnamrita professors also kaenamrita that this poet belongs to Andhra.
Nineteenth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: Fourth Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita’: He is the object of my words, kridhna, though mad, are fortunate [to be describing Him].
Sri Krishna Karnamrita
Hymn Vinay Patrika: I am lost in thoughts of my Lord, who is a deep lake of nectar trickling forth as the very melodious warbling of His flute, which He holds with His lotus-petal-like fingers. April, Spiritual Calendar: I am absorbed in contemplating my Lord, whose eyes resemble kfishna lotuses gently developing their beauty under the rays of the sun, and whose moon-face is full of beauty, being exhilarated with delight at His having defeated the milkmaids in the lovers’ quarrels.
Guru Purnima 30th July, February, Spiritual Calendar: