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Avaśya Rakṣibe Kṛṣṇa Song Two

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Fourth Principle of Surrender: Avaśya Rakṣibe Kṛṣṇa - Viśvāsa, Pālana (Faith in Kṛṣṇa as Protector) - Song 2 (1) tumi to' māribe jāre,  ke tāre rākhite pāre, icchā-baśa tribhuvan brahmā-ādi deva-gaṇa,  tava dāsa aganaṇa, kore tava ājñāra pālan 1) If You wish to slay someone, then who could possibly protect them? The three worlds are subservient to Your will. The demigods headed by Lord Brahmā are Your countless servants who stand ready to execute Your command. (2) tava icchā-mate jata,  graha-gaṇa avirata, śubhāśubha phala kore dān roga-śoka-mṛti-bhoy,  tava Read More...

Goptṛtve-Varaṇa Song Two

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Third Principle of Surrender: Goptṛtve-Varaṇa (Acceptance of the Lord as Sole Maintainer) - Song 2 (1) dārā-putra-nija-deho-kuṭumba-pālane sarvadā vyākula āmi chinu mane mane 1) Within my mind I have always been anxious for the maintenance of my wife and children, my own body and relatives. (2) kemone arjibo artha, yaśa kise pābo kanyā-putra-vivāha kemone sampādibo 2) How will I earn money? How will I acquire fame? How will I arrange the marriages of my sons and daughters? (3) ebe ātma-samarpane cintā nāhi ār tumi nirvāhibe prabhu, saṁsāra tomār Read More...

Ātma-Nivedana Song Two

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Second Principle of Surrender: Ātma-Nivedana (Dedication of the Self) - Song 2 (1) (prāneśwar!) kohobuṅ ki sarama ki bāt aichana pāp nāhi,  jo hāma nā koraluṅ, sahasra sahasra beri nāth 1) O Lord of my life! How shall I tell You of my shameful story? There is no sin which I have not committed thousands of times and more, O Lord.* (2) sohi karama-phala,  bhave moke peśa-i, dokha deobo āb kāhi takhonaka parinām,  kachu nā bicāraluṅ, āb pachu taraite cāhi 2) My life in this world has only Read More...

Dainya Song Two

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) First Principle of Surrender: Dainya (humility) - Song 2 (1)vidyāra vilāse, kāṭāinu kāla,parama sāhase āmitomāra caraṇa, nā bhajinu kabhu,ekhona śaraṇa tumi1) With great enthusiasm I spent my time in the pleasures of mundane learning, and never worshiped Your lotus feet, O Lord. Now You are my only shelter.(2)poḍite poḍite, bharasā bārilo,jñāne gati habe māni'se āśā biphala, se jñāna durbala,se jñāna ajñāna jāni2) Reading on and on, my hopes grew and grew, for I considered the aquisition of material knowledge to be life's true goal. How fruitless those hopes turned Read More...

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