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March Meditations - ...verses and prayers of inspiration...

Raga - Fri, 01 Mar 2002 19:51:53 +0530
So... We are starting a new topic, Meditations for the month of March.
anuraag - Fri, 01 Mar 2002 22:37:19 +0530
"vaidagdhya-sindhur anurAga - rasaika-sindhuH,
vAtsalya sindhur atisAndra - kRpaika-sindhuH ,
lAvaNya sindhur amRta - cchavi - rUpa-sindhuH ,
zrI rAdhikA sphuratu me, hRdi keli-sindhuH"

(Sri Radha Rasa Sudhanidhi-17)

May Sri Radhika, the Embodiment of seven Oceans appear in my heart ! [vV-V]

The seven transcendental oceans are-

Vaidagdhya sindhu - the ocean of clever expertise. [-oo-]
Anuraga - rasaika - sindhu - the ocean of exceptional ecstasy of profound love. [/_/]
Vatsalya - sindhu - the ocean of kind affection.  smile.gif
Ati sandra - kripaika sindhu - the ocean of extremely condensed absolute mercy. biggrin.gif
Lavanya - sindhu - the ocean of charming elegance. [-iI-]
Amrita - chhavi - roopa - sindhu - the ocean of nectarean effulgence of divine beauty. [-noTe:]
Keli - sindhu - the ocean of amorous pastimes. [vV-V]

Jaya Sri Radhey!
anuraag - Sat, 02 Mar 2002 22:03:54 +0530
"lAvaNyasAra  rasasAra  sukhaika  sAre,
kAruNyasAra madhura cchavi  rUpa sAre,
vaidagdhya sAra rati  keli vilAsa sAre,
rAdhA bhidhe mama manokhila sAra sAre."

(Sri Radha Rasa Sudhanidhi- 25)

May my mind and heart be fondly absorbed into the  Quintessence of all essences, Sri Radhika!

Shri Radha is the Essence of all the essences-

Lavanya …sare-  Essence of the essence of  all beautiful forms, mellows and
Bliss of Shri Krishna, Who Himself is the essence of all the exclusive and infinite divine mellows.
Karunya sara- Essence of mercy.
Madhura-chhavi....sare- Essence of sweetly attractive beauty.
Vaidagdhya sara- Essence of incomprehensible shrewdness.
Rati keli vilas sare- Essence of loving sports and amorous pastimes.
Akhila sara sare- Quintessence of all the essences.

Jaya Sri Radhey!
Raga - Sun, 03 Mar 2002 00:05:59 +0530
(Sri Radha Rasa Sudhanidhi- 25)

Anuraag, thank you for being essential!  :D
anuraag - Mon, 04 Mar 2002 07:17:08 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

"sA bhrU  nartana cAturI nirupamA sA cAru-netrAJcale,
lIlA  khelana cAturI  varatanos, tAdRg vaco  cAturI,
sanketAgama cAturI nava nava krIDA  kalA cAturI ,
rAdhAyA jayatAt sakhIjana parihAsotsave cAturI."

(Sri Radha Sudhanidhi- 63)

All glory to the matchless Expert Sri Radharani Who possesses  these six extraordinary expertise :-

1. Shri Radha is expert in a unique dance of the eyebrows.

2. Shri Radha is expert in performing games of Her lovely side-long - glances.

3. Shri Radha is expert in performing various delightful pastimes.

4. Shri Radha is expert in the art of conversation.

5. Shri Radha is expert in the art of creating ever-new romantic love sports.

6. Shri Radha reveals Her unique expertise, especially in playing humorous jokes on Her playmates in the joyous mood of celebration.

Jaya Sri Radhey!
Jagat - Wed, 06 Mar 2002 06:50:43 +0530
You may not find these verses particularly "raganuga", but I love them. They come from Krishna's words convincing Nanda Maharaj to worship Govardhan instead of Indra. These are what I call "grammar verses" because Jiva loves digging up a Panini Sutra and using all combinations of rare words based on that particular rule. In this case, it is the suffix -karaNI, rather than the regular -kAriNI.

From Gopala-campu, 18.22-23.

ADhyaM-karaNI subhagaM-karaNI tadvat priyaM-karaNI |
zrI-govardhana-pUjA-nAmnI vidyA parisphurati ||

govardhana-giri-yajJAvajJA tu gotrabhit-pUjA |
andhaM-karaNI palitaM-karaNI nagnaM-karaNy api ca ||

"This worship of Mount Govardhan is before us: it will bestow upon us all riches, good fortune and everything that is dear.

"On the other hand, the worship of Indra, the mountain breaker, is an affront to the Govardhan sacrifice. It will bring us blindness, grey hair and nakedness."
anuraag - Fri, 08 Mar 2002 02:48:37 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey! biggrin.gif

"gaurAGge mradimA smite madhurimA netrAJcale drAghimA,
vakSoje garimA, tathaiva tanimA madhye gatau mandimA,
zroNyAJ ca prathimA bhruvoH kuTilimA bimbAdhare zoNimA,
zrI rAdhe! hRdi te rasena jaDima  dhyAne 'stu me gocaraH"

(Sri Radha Sudhanidhi- 74)

O my Sri Radhey! I fervently pray that I may be able to  perceive Your ten-fold transcendental attributes of beauty and sweetness during my divine contemplation!

Ten - fold beauty and sweetness of Shri Radha:-

The softness of Her exclusively fair body,

The lusciousness of Her sweet smile,

The sharpness of Her side-long glance

The fullness of Her breasts,

The slimness of Her waist,

The slowness of Her beautiful gait,

The magnitude of Her hips,

The arch of Her eyebrows,

The redness of Her cherry-lips,

The extreme mellowness of Her heart, immersed in the sweetest nectar of love.  [vV-V]

Jaya Sri Radhey!
anuraag - Wed, 13 Mar 2002 02:34:50 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey! Om Namah Shivayah! Maha Shiva Ratri Greetings to All!

An episode from Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu's Pastimes:

"Lord Caitanya soon arrived in 'Jalesvara' village.

He went directly to the TEMPLE OF SIVA, the main Deity in that village.

The Siva-Linga Deity was well looked after by local brahmana priest.

The floral decorations in the temple and on the diety were attractive and the smell of incense permeated the air giving the place an exhilarating devotional mood.

Devotees in the temple were singing, playing musical instruments, and dancing. The Lord's anger (for Lord Nityananda breaking His sanyasi danda) subcided in that joyful atmosphere.

He let the loving devotional feelings in His heart gradually flow and merge in with the music.

Enlivened by His Dear Devotee's, (Lord Siva's) opulence and influence in the temple, Lord Caitanya began to dance happily.

Lord Caitanya KNOWS the Lord Siva's glorious character, for He is the FAVORITE among His devotees.



As the Lord danced, He made joyful sounds so loud that the very mountains seemed to tremble.

Lord Shiva's devotees were struck with amazement and thought that

The musicians and singers reached a crescendo and the Lord became fully absorbed in dancing, losing all contact with the outside world.

Meanwhile, His devotees arrived. Mukunda began to sing, joined by others. Seeing His beloved associates, the Lord experienced great joy and DANCED more vigorously while the devotees danced circling Him.

The whole scene was dynamically TRANSFORMED.

Tears flowed out effusively in a hundred streams from Lord's eyes. Who can describe all the happenings properly?



(An excerpt from 'Caitanya Bhagavata', Antya-Lila chapter 2, page 453, by B.V.Puri Goswami)

Jaya, Jaya Sri Radhey!
Jagat - Tue, 02 Apr 2002 06:47:59 +0530
bhaktiM na kRSNa-caraNe na karomi cArtiM
rAdhA-padAmbuja-rajaH-kaNa-sAhasena |
tasyA dRg-aJcala-nipAta-vizeSa-vettA
daivAd ayaM mayi kariSyati dAsa-buddhim ||

I do not engage in devotion to Krishna, nor am I troubled by it,
for I have been made bold through the few drops of dust
of Radha's lotus feet that have fallen on my head.

Yet Krishna knows the special power of Radha's sidelong glances,
will one day suddenly take an attitude of service to me.


This verse is from Narahari's Radhikastakam, verse 6.
Jagat - Tue, 02 Apr 2002 07:21:01 +0530
jAnAti kiJcid api sA hRdi me vibhAti
rAdhA vazIkaraNa-mantram avazyam eva |
no cet kathaM sura-munIndra-nutaM zaraNyaM
dAsAbhimAnam anayad vraja-mugdha-candram ||1||

A realization has entered my heart
that Radha must know some kind of special bewitching spell.
Otherwise, how could she turn the enchanting moon of Vraja,
to whom the gods and great sages bow down
and of whom they take shelter,
into someone proud to claim he is her servant.

Narahari's Radhastakam, verse 1.
Jagat - Tue, 02 Apr 2002 07:25:54 +0530
rAdhA prayAti vipinaM vipinaM prayAti
rAdhA nikuJja-sadane sa ca tatra nityam |
rAdhA-sukhe sukham upetya duHkhe ca duHkhI
kRSNaM kadApi khalu tiSThati na svatantraH ||4||

Radha goes into the woods; Krishna goes into the woods.
When Radha goes into the forest bower, Krishna is always there with her.
When Radha is happy, he becomes happy.
When she is sad, he is also sad.
Krishna is never, ever independent in any way.

The same, verse 4.
Jagat - Wed, 03 Apr 2002 20:40:32 +0530
The following two verses are found in the Stavamala by Rupa Goswami, but do not belong to any specific stava or song. The first one sounds familiar and perhaps is not even from the Stavamala, but is there by mistake. It is a nice unconditional surrender type verse, like verse 8 of Sikshastakam.

viracaya mayi daNDaM dIna-bandho dayAM vA
gatir iha na bhavattaH kAcid anyA mamAsti |
nipatatu zatakoTir nirbharaM vA navAmbhas
tad api kila payodaH stUyate cAtakena ||1||

O friend of the fallen! Punish me or be kind to me!
Whatever you do, I have no refuge other than you.
Whether the cloud emits thunderous lightning or fresh rain,
it is always adored by the chataka bird.

prAcInAnAM bhajanam atulaM duSkaraM zRNvato me
nairAzyena jvalati hRdayaM bhakti-lezAlasasya |
vizvadrIcIm aghahara tavAkarNya kAruNya-vIcIm
AzA-bindUkSitam idam upaity antare hanta zaityam ||2||

When I hear of the unequalled achievements of past master in devotion,
my heart burns with hopelessness, for I am lazy when it comes to worshiping You.
Then, O destroyer of sin, when I hear of Your mercy, which washes to every corner of the universe,
some drops of hope enter my heart and cool the fires that burn there.
Jagat - Wed, 03 Apr 2002 20:57:17 +0530
I came across the following (probably interpolated) verse in the Sadhana-dipika. It sounds like something a Radhavallabhi would write:

upavAsaM tIrtha-yAtrAM sannyAsaM vrata-dhAraNam |
varNAzramAcAra-karma rAdhAyAM SaD vivarjayet ||

In worshiping Radharani, one should avoid fasting, going on pilgrimage, taking sannyasa, following vows, or following the principles or rituals connected to Varnashram.
anuraag - Wed, 03 Apr 2002 21:44:00 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

The above (Stavamala) verse (2) reminds me the verse from Bhakti Shatak by Sri Kripalu ji and the verse (1) from Sri Rama Carita Manas by Sant Tulasi dasa.

adhama udhAraNa nAma suni, ura Aza baDha jAta l
bhaktivazya suni nAma pai, mana maham ati DarapAta ll

(Bhakti Shatak- 90)

O Lord Krishna! When I hear Your Name as the Saviour of the fallen, I feel there is hope for me because I am a fallen soul.

But when I hear Your Name as the Gaurdian of devotees and Who is under the control of Divine Love, I lose hope and become fearful!

pavi pASAN dAmini garaji, jhuri jhukori khiri khIri  l
doSana priyatama roSa lakhi tulasI rAgahi rIjhi ll

(Sri Rama Carita Manas)

When ever there is love in the world there is always an inherent selfishness.
The moment that self interest is harmed, the love comes to an end and even results in enmity.

But the love of cataka is different. It is unselfish.

Saint Tulasidasa wrote that the beloved of the cataka bird is very cruel hearted.
The cataka begs for a few rain drops but his beloved makes wind, hale, thunder and lightning fall upon him, insults and teases him instead.

But the cataka never resents this cruel behaviour, nor is he angered by it, in fact he never thinks about the imperfectness of his beloved, but derives pleasure in his every action.

This should be the state of a true devotee.

(Prema Rasa Siddhant)

Srimati Radhika said :

asundaraH sundara zekharo vA
guNair vihIno guNInAm varo vA
dveSI mayisyAt karuNAMbudhir vA
zyAmaH sa yevAdya gatir mamAyam

Same thing was retold by Sri Gauranga Mahaprabhu -

AzliSya vA pAdaratAM pinaSTu mAm
adarzanAn marmahatAM karotu vA
yathA tathA vA vidadhAtu lampaTo
mat prANa nAthas tu sa eva nAparaH

Jaya Sri Radhey!
anuraag - Wed, 03 Apr 2002 22:02:23 +0530
QUOTE(Jagat @ April 02 2002,07:27)
I came across the following (probably interpolated) verse in the Sadhana-dipika. It sounds like something a Radhavallabhi would write:

upavAsaM tIrtha-yAtrAM sannyAsaM vrata-dhAraNam |
varNAzramAcAra-karma rAdhAyAM SaD vivarjayet ||

In worshiping Radharani, one should avoid fasting, going on pilgrimage, taking sannyasa, following vows, or following the principles or rituals connected to Varnashram.

ThanX  :)  Jagat ji for posting the verses befitting
to Raganuga  [vV-V]  (Radhanuga)  wink.gif  Sadhana Bhakti.

Jaya Sri Radhey!  [-oo-]
Advaitadas - Wed, 03 Apr 2002 22:55:31 +0530
Dear Raganuga sadhakas, Jay Radhe
I object against the verse quoted by Jagat in the sense that it includes upavasa and vrata. In his booklet Raga Vartma Candrika, Srila Visvanatha Cakravartipad has done so much effort in outlining the dos and donts of Raganuga sadhakas. Here he explicitly states that vratas like Janmastami and fasts like Ekadashi are an absolute must for resolute and bonafide raganuga sadhakas. Advaitadas mad.gif
anuraag - Thu, 04 Apr 2002 01:45:44 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

premollAsaika sImA parama rasa chamatkAra - vaicitrya sImA
saundaryasyaika sImA kimapi nava vayorUpa lAvaNya sImA
lIlA mAdhurya sImA nija jana param audArya vAtsalya sImA
sA rAdhA saukhya sImA jayati rati kalA keli mAdhurya sImA

(Sri Radha Rasa Sudhanidhi- 130)

All glory to Sri Radhika Who is the ultimate Limit of the [/_/] boundaries of  remarkable Divine attributes.  [-noTe:]

Eight of them are given in this verse:-

1. Shri Radha is the zenith of ever-blooming love,

2. Shri Radha is the zenith of the queerness of fantastic expressions of divine ecstasy.

3. Shri Radha is the zenith of the sheer beauty,

4. Shri Radha is the zenith of fascinating splendor with Her ever-fresh youth.

5. Shri Radha is the zenith of supremely sweet pastimes.

6. Shri Radha is the zenith of most generous affection for Her devotees in kindness.

7. Shri Radha is the zenith of the divine joy and bliss.

8. Shri Radha is the zenith of the finesse of the sweet and amorous pastimes of divine love.

Jaya Sri Radhey! biggrin.gif
Jagat - Thu, 04 Apr 2002 18:49:27 +0530
That's why I said it was probably a Radhavallabhi interpolation.

Premapattana, 35.  yatrAdharma eva dharmaH sthApitaH.  tathaivoktaM zrIharivaMza-mahAnubhavaiH... tathoktaM tair eva:

likhanti bhuja-mülato na khalu zaGkha-cakrAdikaM
vicitra-hari-mandiraM na racayanti bhAla-sthale /
lasat-tulasi-mAlikAM dadhati kaNTha-pIThe na vA
guror bhajana-vikramAt ka iha te mahA-buddhayaH //

tatraivoktaM zrI-prabodhAnanda-sarasvatI-pAdaiH:

kuru sakalam adharmaM muJca sarvaM ca dharmaM
tyaja gurum api vRndAraNya-vAsAnurodhAt /
sa tava parama-dharmaH sA ca bhaktir gurUNAM
sa kila kaluza-rAzir ya dhi vAsAntarAyaH //

The first verse is from RRSN, is 82. Gaudiyas read mahA-abuddhayaH, but it almost certainly is meant to be read mahA-buddhayaH.

The second verse is VMA 17.49. Prema-pattana is an interesting Radha Vallabhi book that I have never seen in its entirety. Ananta Das quotes the following verse from it in his Rasa-darshan.

prAtaH paGkaja-kuTmala-dyuti-padaM tat-kezarollAsavAn
artho'bhyantara-saurabha-pratinibhaM vyaGgaM camatkAri yat |
dvitrair yad rasikaiz ciraM sahRdayair bhRGgair ivAsvAdyate
tat kAvyaM na punaH pramatta-kukaver yat kiJcid ujjalpitam ||

A superior poet's verse is like a blossoming, fragrant lotus.
Its words are its petals, their meaning its whorl,
and the suggested meaning its fragrance.
The two or three rasikas are the bumblebees
who relish the honey sweetness of this lotus poem.
Jagat - Thu, 04 Apr 2002 19:40:24 +0530
kAnte talpam idaM kRtArthaya nahi preSThe’parAdho’sya kaH
zyAmetac caritaM na bhadram api kiM vakSyAmi tat te kiyat |
kSantavyaM sakalaM na hi tyaja padaM tv atyakta-talpe svapimy
aGghrI te upalAlaye na nipuNo'syAM zikSatAM kiGkaraH ||

"O beloved mistress! Please come and fulfill the purpose of this bed."
"O dearest! What offense have I committed?"
"Shyama! I don't like the way you act."
"What are you talking about?"
"How long do you want me to go on? There is so much to say."
"Forgive me everything I have done, but don't leave. I can't sleep alone if you leave the bed. I will massage your feet."
"You don't know how."
"Then teach me, I am your servant."

(Vrindavana-mahimamrita, 13.8)

[Not fully sure about the text I have of this verse.]
anuraag - Thu, 04 Apr 2002 23:12:54 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

Shyama got what He wanted in the 'Love Songs of Vidyapati':


There was a shudder in Her whispering voice.
She was shy to frame Her words.
What has happened tonight to lovely Radha?
Now She consents, now She is afraid.
When asked for Love, She closes up Her eyes,
Eager to reach the Ocean of Desire.
He begs for a kiss.
She turns Her mouth away
And then, like a Night Lily, the Moon seized Her.
She felt His touch startling Her girdle.
She knew Her Love treasure was being robbed.
With Her dress She covered up Her breasts.
The Treasure was left uncovered.

Vidyapati wonders at the neglected bed.
Lovers are busy in Each Other's Arms.

('The Moon seized Her', the Moon is an obvious symbol for Krishna.
In Indian thought and usage, the breasts were regarded as the prime seat of modesty.
-Deben Bhattacarya)

Jaya Sri Radhey!
anuraag - Fri, 05 Apr 2002 04:13:28 +0530
QUOTE(Jagat @ April 02 2002,07:27)
I came across the following (probably interpolated) verse in the Sadhana-dipika. It sounds like something a Radhavallabhi would write:

upavAsaM tIrtha-yAtrAM sannyAsaM vrata-dhAraNam |
varNAzramAcAra-karma rAdhAyAM SaD vivarjayet ||

In worshiping Radharani, one should avoid fasting, going on pilgrimage, taking sannyasa, following vows, or following the principles or rituals connected to Varnashram.

Jaya Sri Radhey!

sandhyA vandana bhadram astu bhavate bho snAna tubhyaM namo
bho devAh pitarazca tarpaNa vidhaunAhaM kSamyatAM
yatrakvApi niSidya yAdava kulottaM sasasyakaMdviSa
smAraM smAram aghaM harAmitad alaM manye kimanye name ll 106 ll

(Sri Krishna Karnamritam. 2.106- Lilasuka Sri Bilva Mangala Thakur)

Jaya Sri Radhey!

anuraag - Mon, 08 Apr 2002 07:42:56 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

Let the blessed MIND contemplate upon the Divine Couple, Sri Radha and the Sweetheart of Radhika, with the help of the Bhajan provided by the Rasik Saint ('Prema Rasa Sankirtanna'- Sri Rama Kripaluji Maharaj) to the Divine Lovers for loving meditation!

raadhaavar par saravasa haaree!
raadhaa par raadhaavar vaaree!

I surrender my all in all to the Sweetheart of Radha!
But the Beloved of Radha sacrifices Himself to His Mistress Radhika!

yek pyaaro praanana anuhaaree!
yek pyaaree praanahum te pyaaree!

Beloved Krishna is my life and soul!
But Beloved Radhika is dearer than my life and soul!

yek aTapaTa naTavara tanudhaaree!
yek soraha sringaar samvaaree!

The Dark One, the Beloved of Radhika, is playing the
role of mischievous Play Boy!
But the Fair Play Girl, Sri Raddha, is simply captivating in Her
sixteen graceful adornments!

yek tanu neela pita paTa dhaaree!
yek tanu gaura neela paTa vaaree!

The Blue Boy of Brindavan, Krishna, is robed in brilliant yellow
But the Girl with Golden complexion, Radhika, is wrapped in
enchanting blue garments!

(to be continued...)

Jaya Sri Radhey!
anuraag - Wed, 10 Apr 2002 07:11:31 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

Prema Rasa Sankirtana for contemplation continued..

yek sira mora mukuTa chabi pyaaree!
yek sira choonaree jarada kinaaree!

The golden crown over the head of Beloved Krishna is charming!
But dearest Radha's head is draped in silken veil with gold borders!

yek sira bikharee laT ghumghuraaree!
yek sira venee sumana samvaaree!

Sweetheart Shyam is handsome with His flowing curly hair!
But Darling Radha's long braided hair is decorated with fragrant flowers!

yek naasaa besara chavi pyaaree!
yek natha motiyana lara chavi nyaaree!

Naughty Krishna's single nosering is beautifully dangling over His upperlip!
But Sweet Radhika's attractive chain of pearls is gracefully swinging along with Her nosering!

yek chanchala gati mati rati dhaaree!
yek bhoree chaumsaTh gunavaaree!

Restless Krishna is an expert in fickle loveaffairs, mischievous and unpredictable in behaviour. His conduct is always displaying His wanton ways ..
On the otherhand, Beloved Radhika is extremely naive and simple though She is the matchless expert in all the 64 arts, possessing multitude of Divine attributes!

(to be contined..)

Jaya Sri Radhey!
anuraag - Thu, 11 Apr 2002 04:34:24 +0530
Jaya Sri Radhey!

Raganuga Meditation on Radhaa - Radhaavar

yek bhaye bandeegaha nishi kaaree!
yek bhayee nripa ghar bhaanu ujaaree!

Beloved Krishna has appeared in the prison-house on a dark midnight!
But Dearest Radhika appeared in the Royal palace on a bright, sunny day!

yek godhana bana banacaaree!
yek ati oomche mahalana vaaree!

Darling Krishna being a Cowherdboy, is found roaming in the jungles, dense forests and over rocky hills grazing the cows and calves!
But my Princess Radharani is seen dwelling in the high royal mansions and frolicking in the enchanting gardens!

yek sanga gwaal gamvaar anaaree!
yek sanga aganita gunagana vaaree!

Sweetheart Shyama is always accompanied by the illiterate, uncivilized country cowboys!
Sweetest Radhika is always surrounded by the elegant, high-class ladies with innumerable auspicious qualities!

yek hita hara bhaye nara te naaree!
yek hita naaree bhaye banavaaree!

For the sake of the Divine Beloved, Lord Krishna, Yogiraaj Shankar Bhagavan transformed himself into a beautiful Gopi!
But for the sake of secretly meeting my Divine Mistress, Radharani, even Lord Krshna desperately takes up the form of Gopi maiden!

yek taji gaye jalanidhi paaree!
yek vrajavaasina samga sadaa ree!

The most indifferent Lord Krishna is too preoccupied with the welfare of the planet earth and its people as well as establishing Dharma.
Crossing the rivers, He has stationed Himself far away leaving behind His own loving family, friends and dearmost lovers.

But my merciful Radhika, the most munificient Personality of all, though Herself burning in the fire of separation from Her Lord, has never left Vrindavana even for a moment and stayed with all the blessed and distressed inhabitants of Vrajadhama, nourishing their Divine Love and sustaining the lifebreath of the surrendered, dedicated souls!

('Prema Rasa Sankirtana'- Sri Kripaluji Maharaj)

Jaya Sri Radhey!

(to be coninued..)
Her's - Thu, 11 Apr 2002 07:27:45 +0530
Jai Jai Sri Radhe!