Topic: navadwipa

Part 6

Śrī Navadvīpa Bhāva Taraṅga - Part 6 sāyujyera nāma śuni’ kāṅpibe hṛdaya pūtanā rākṣasī bali’ habe baḍa bhaya āṅkhi mudi’ sei sthāne paḍiyā rahiba kona mahājana-sparśe takhana uṭhiba [141] Hearing the name Sāyujya, my heart will tremble and become stricken with intense fear as though she is the demoness Pūtanā. I will close my eyes and fall to the ground. Then, I will arise at the touch of some great soul. uṭhiyā dekhiba āmi deva-pañcānana “babam babam” bali’ kariyā nartana gāibena, “śrī-śacī-nandana dayāmaya dayā kara sarva-jīve dūra kara bhaya” [142] I will arise and see Read More...

Part 5

Śrī Navadvīpa Bhāva Taraṅga - Part 5 dekhiyā śrī-rāmacandra-rūpa manoharaachetane paḍiba se kānana-bhitarapreme gara gara deha nā sphuribe vāṇīdui āṅkhi bhari’ piba sei rūpa-khāni [113]Seeing the enchanting form of Ramacandra, I will fall unconscious in the forest. My body overwhelmed with divine love, I will become speechless. Filling my eyes, I will drink from the reservoir of His form.kṛpā kari’ rāmānuja āsi’ dhīre dhīrevana phala rākhi’ pada dibe mama śirebalibena, “vatsa tumi khāo ei phalavana-vāse phala-phule ātithya kevala” [114]Mercifully, Laksman will come to me slowly, set down His fruits, place His feet on my head, and Read More...

Part 4

Śrī Navadvīpa Bhāva Taraṅga - Part 4 “hā gaurāṅga! kṛṣṇacandra! dayāra sāgara kāṅgālera dhana tumi āmi ta pāmara” ei bali’ kāṅdi’ kāṅdi’ haye agrasara dekhiba sahasā āmi śrī-vidyā-nagara [85] “O Gaurāṅga! O Kṛṣṇacandra! O Ocean of mercy! You are the wealth of the poor, and I am certainly in need.” Saying this and crying as I proceed, I will suddenly see Śrī Vidyānagara. cāri-veda catuḥṣaṣṭi vidyāra ālaya sarasvatī-pīṭha vidyā-nagara niścaya brahmā-śiva-ṛṣi-gaṇa e pīṭha-āśraye sarva-vidyā prakāśila prapañca nilaye [86] Vidyānagara is the abode of the four Vedas, the sixty-four branches of knowledge, and Sarasvatī. Brahmā, Śiva, Read More...

Part 3

Śrī Navadvīpa Bhāva Taraṅga - Part 3 śrī-gaurāṅga gaṇa-saha madhyāhna-samaye bhrameṇa e saba vane prema-matta haye bhakta-gaṇe kṛṣṇa-līlā saṅketa baliyā nāchena kīrtane rādhā-bhāva āsvādiyā [57] At midday, Śrī Gaurāṅga roams in all these forests with His associates, mad with divine love. Hinting at the pastimes of Kṛṣṇa, He dances with the devotees during kīrtana and relishes the ecstasy of Rādhā. āmi kabe ekākī vā bhakta-jana-saṅge bhāsiba caitanya-prema-samudra-taraṅge madhyāhne bhramiba madhyadvīpa-vana-chaye prabhu-bhāva vibhāviyā akiñcana haye [58] When will I, alone or in the company of devotees, float in the waves of the ocean of divine love Read More...

Part 2

Śrī Navadvīpa Bhāva Taraṅga - Part 2 bahirmukha jana māyā-mugdha āṅkhi-dvaye kabhu nāhi dekhe sei upavana-chaye dekhe mātra kaṇṭaka āvṛta bhūmi-khaṇḍa taṭinī-vanyāra vege sadā laṇḍa-bhaṇḍa [29] The eyes of averse souls, who are bewildered by Māyā, never see these groves; they see only a piece of land covered with thorns that is constantly disturbed by the force of flooding rivers. madhuvana madhya-bhāge śrī-viśrāma-sthala śrīdhara-kuṭīra āra kuṇḍa niramala kājīre śodhiyā prabhu laye parikara yathāya viśrāma kaila tridaśa-īśvara [30] In the centre of Madhuvana is a clear pond, the cottage of Śrīdhara, and Viśrama Sthala, where the Read More...

Part 1

Śrī Navadvīpa Bhāva Taraṅga - Part 1 sarva-dhāma-śiromaṇi sandhinī-vilāsa ṣola-krośa navadvīpa chid-ānanda-vāsa sarva-tīrtha-deva-ṛṣi-śrutira viśrāma sphūruk nayane mama navadvīpa-dhāma [1] May the crown jewel of all the Lord’s abodes, the play of the sandhinī energy, the joyful, spiritual abode of nine islands measuring thirty-two miles, the sanctuary of all holy places, gods, sages, and scriptures, Śrī Navadvīpa-dhāma, appear before my eyes. māthura-maṇḍale ṣola-krośa vṛndāvana gauḍe navadvīpa tathā dekhuk nayana ekera prakāśa dui anādi cinmaya prabhura vilāsa-bhede śuddha-dhāma-dvaya [2] May my eyes behold the thirty-two miles of Vṛndāvana  in Mathurā-maṇḍala as Śrī Navadvīpa of Gauḍa-maṇḍala. These divine Read More...

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