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Ātma-Nivedana Song Five

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) Second Principle of Surrender: Ātma-Nivedana (Dedication of the Self) - Song 5 (1) 'āmāra' bolite prabhu! āre kichu nāi tumi-i āmāra mātra pitā-bandhu-bhāi 1) O Lord, nothing further remains that may be called "mine." Father, friend, brother-You alone are all these to me. (2) bandhu, dārā, suta, sutā-tava dāsī dās sei to' sambandhe sabe āmāra prayās 2) My friends, wife, sons and daughters are now Your servants and maidservants. Whatever care I take for them is only as they are related to You. (3) dhana, jana, gṛha, dāra Read More...

Dainya Song Five

Śaraṇāgati (Surrendered to the Lord's Shelter) First Principle of Surrender: Dainya (humility) - Song 5 (1) (prabhu he!) śuno mor duḥkher kāhinī viṣaya-halāhala,  sudhā-bhāne piyaluṅ, āb avasāna dinamaṇi 1) O Lord! Please hear the story of my sadness. I drank the deadly poison of worldliness, pretending it was nectar, and now the sun is setting on the horizon of my life. (2) khelā-rase śaiśava,  poḍhaite kaiśora, gowāoluṅ, nā bhelo vivek bhoga-baśe yauvane,  ghara pāti' bosiluṅ, suta-mita bāḍhalo anek 2) I spent my childhood in play, my youth in academic pursuit, and in me there Read More...

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