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.

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She pitied and scolded him for his waywardness and showed him the spiritual path. This contains a lot of info about the birthplace of the poet, showing evidence from rock edicts, temple-wall-scribings, findings of archeologists etc. Epilogue, Boboji’s Extraordinary Calibre.


Mahaprabhu was ecstatic on hearing a couple of its shlokas. November, Spiritual Calendar: Sixth Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita: Those verses are either avialable in this Telugu version, or have been ‘nominally’ cited in books like haribhakti rasAmRita sindhu of rUpa goswAmia publication of achyuta grantha mAla, vAraNAsi, or shown otherwise as belonging to this poet.

Best way to purify your day. Fifty-fourth Shloka ‘Shri Krishnakarnamrita: Bhagavad Gita sloka Recitation.

Shri Krishna-karnamrita

Eleventh Shloka ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita’: Second Shloka Shri Venu Geet: My good deeds have reached their culmination: How wondrous these lotus eyes! His hands, which express His karnamita while playing the flute, are seats of artistic beauty.


His hands teach graceful gestures to the autumnal lotus, His feet excel freshly grown desire-tree sprouts in tenderness, and the beauty of His eyes destroys the pride of all comparable things. Alas, I am completely unlucky! A Ray of Grace Part 2 Chapter Bilvamangala actually gained entry krisha the transcendental pastimes of Shri Radha- Krishna which he has recored in ‘Sri Krishna Karnamrita.

Sudhirji Prem Sudha Dhara: He is said to karnameita been a renowned scholar and lived on the eastern bank of river Krishna Venva in South India from the12th century A. December Spiritual Calendar: His profuse curling locks look delightful with their decoration of a proud peacock’s tail-feather.

Rajeshji Prem Sudha Dhara: Devi Stuti [16] Vinay Patrika: Oh, what is this lustre in the form of a young boy! These talks are filled with the nectar of the exchanges of love, rendered very pleasant by waves of witty meanings, imbued with Your natural boyishness, and punctuated by the movements of Your wide, dancing eyes. Yoga of Krisshna Chapter IV: Anilji Prem Sudha Dhara: Sarojji Prem Sudha Dhara: Nursing him back to health, she began detesting herself and her profession.

Rajeshwariji Prem Sudha Dhara: The inspiring rhapsodies will fetch the pleasant and soul stirring mystic karnamritz apart from the grace and mercy of the Lord that grant the needs such as wealth, health, peace of mind and extra energy and prosperity.

HariHarji: ‘Shri Krishna Karnamrita’: Introduction

He is wearing a bright peacock plume on His head, His face is steeped in sweet beauty, His fresh youthfulness is bursting forth, and His flute is pouring out murmuring, nectarous sounds of rapture.


For this very reason, t he earlier pleasure of belonging and the agony of separation from Krishna, the supreme lover gives rise to an ardent longing in Sri Bilavmangal ji. His wantonly restless, wide-open eyes are full of joy, and, being fully aware of the hearts of the beautiful young girls of Vraja, He fills them with the karnamritx confusions of love.

Having nothing krishns to hold on to, he seized the tail of a snake, which clung to the wall and succeeded in leaping over. Triptaji Prem Sudha Dhara: When oh when shall I see Your lotus face, with its deep red lips, its constant smiling, its very charming flute-song saturated with jubilation, and its delightful, half-closed eyes that sometimes open very wide and wander here and there?

Eighteenth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: P assionately drawn towards her, he followed her home. Manojji Prem Sudha Dhara: Kgishna so happened that a beautiful young girl came there to fill water.