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March 30, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 38

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 38

sita-visikha-hato visirna-damsah
ksataja-paripluta atatayino me
prasabham abhisasara mad-vadhartham
sa bhavatu me bhagavan gatir mukundah

TRANSLATION
May He, Lord Sri Krsna, the Personality of Godhead, who awards salvation, be my ultimate destination. On the battlefield He charged me, as if angry because of the wounds dealt by my sharp arrows. His shield was scattered, and His body was smeared with blood due to the wounds.


March 26, 2008

Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 311

Srila Dhanurhdara Swami continues his discussion on the Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 311, General Desciptions of Raganuga.



March 23, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 35

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 35

sapadi sakhi-vaco nisamya madhye
nija-parayor balayo ratham nivesya
sthitavati para-sainikayur aksna
hrtavati partha-sakhe ratir mamastu

TRANSLATION
In obedience to the command of His friend, Lord Sri Krsna entered the arena of the Battlefield of Kuruksetra between the soldiers of Arjuna and Duryodhana, and while there He shortened the life spans of the opposite party by His merciful glance. This was done simply by His looking at the enemy. Let my mind be fixed upon that Krsna.


March 19, 2008

Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310-312

Srila Dhanurhdara Swami continues his discussion on the Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310-312, General Desciptions of Raganuga.



March 16, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 34

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 34

yudhi turaga-rajo-vidhumra-visvak-
kaca-lulita-sramavary-alankrtasye
mama nisita-sarair vibhidyamana-
tvaci vilasat-kavace 'stu krsna atma

TRANSLATION
On the battlefield [where Sri Krsna attended Arjuna out of friendship], the flowing hair of Lord Krsna turned ashen due to the dust raised by the hoofs of the horses. And because of His labor, beads of sweat wetted His face. All these decorations, intensified by the wounds dealt by my sharp arrows, were enjoyed by Him. Let my mind thus go unto Sri Krsna.


March 14, 2008

Weekly Sanga Podcast Surpasses 10,000 Downloads!

In April 2007, we officially started keeping track of the Weekly Sanga podcast downloads and today we surpassed 10,000 downloads of 132 classes! This count does not include classes downloaded prior to April 2007, so the actual count is much higher!

Weekly Sanga originally started in the fall of 2005 as a way for Srila Dhanurdhara Swami to keep in touch and instruct disciples and friends while he was in India. Since then almost every class Srila Dhanurdhara Swami has given has been available for download. What started out as being every Wednesday evening, grew in popularity and Maharaja decided continue the Weekly Sanga when he returned to the West. Eventually, Maharaja started giving class on Sunday mornings as well which became the most popular of the two classes.

Thank you to all of you who regularly listen to the Weekly Sanga. Whether you listen live via phone or by your MP3 player or your computer, your participation is greatly appreciated.

Gaura-premanande hari-haribol!

Samaveta bhakta-vrinda ki jaya!

March 12, 2008

Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310

Srila Dhanurhdara Swami continues his discussion on the Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310. This begins the final section of Bhakti Sandarbha on raganuga-bhakti. This section is very important for everyone as it mostly describes the essence of devotional service, to serve Krishna out of natural attachment.



March 5, 2008

Srila Dhanurdhara Swami Returns To The US

In this evening's sanga, Srila Dhanurdhara Swami, having just returned from India earlier in the day, shares his realizations in a causal, informal talk.


March 2, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 TExt 30

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 30

tadopasamhrtya girah sahasranir
vimukta-sangam mana adi-puruse
krsne lasat-pita-pate catur-bhuje
purah sthite 'milita-drg vyadharayat

TRANSLATION
Thereupon that man who spoke on different subjects with thousands of meanings and who fought on thousands of battlefields and protected thousands of men, stopped speaking and, being completely freed from all bondage, withdrew his mind from everything else and fixed his wide-open eyes upon the original Personality of Godhead, Sri Krsna, who stood before him, four-handed, dressed in yellow garments that glittered and shined.


Weekly Sanga

March 30, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 38

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 38

sita-visikha-hato visirna-damsah
ksataja-paripluta atatayino me
prasabham abhisasara mad-vadhartham
sa bhavatu me bhagavan gatir mukundah

TRANSLATION
May He, Lord Sri Krsna, the Personality of Godhead, who awards salvation, be my ultimate destination. On the battlefield He charged me, as if angry because of the wounds dealt by my sharp arrows. His shield was scattered, and His body was smeared with blood due to the wounds.


March 26, 2008

Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 311

Srila Dhanurhdara Swami continues his discussion on the Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 311, General Desciptions of Raganuga.



March 23, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 35

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 35

sapadi sakhi-vaco nisamya madhye
nija-parayor balayo ratham nivesya
sthitavati para-sainikayur aksna
hrtavati partha-sakhe ratir mamastu

TRANSLATION
In obedience to the command of His friend, Lord Sri Krsna entered the arena of the Battlefield of Kuruksetra between the soldiers of Arjuna and Duryodhana, and while there He shortened the life spans of the opposite party by His merciful glance. This was done simply by His looking at the enemy. Let my mind be fixed upon that Krsna.


March 19, 2008

Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310-312

Srila Dhanurhdara Swami continues his discussion on the Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310-312, General Desciptions of Raganuga.



March 16, 2008

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 34

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 1 Chapter 9 Text 34

yudhi turaga-rajo-vidhumra-visvak-
kaca-lulita-sramavary-alankrtasye
mama nisita-sarair vibhidyamana-
tvaci vilasat-kavace 'stu krsna atma

TRANSLATION
On the battlefield [where Sri Krsna attended Arjuna out of friendship], the flowing hair of Lord Krsna turned ashen due to the dust raised by the hoofs of the horses. And because of His labor, beads of sweat wetted His face. All these decorations, intensified by the wounds dealt by my sharp arrows, were enjoyed by Him. Let my mind thus go unto Sri Krsna.


March 14, 2008

Weekly Sanga Podcast Surpasses 10,000 Downloads!

In April 2007, we officially started keeping track of the Weekly Sanga podcast downloads and today we surpassed 10,000 downloads of 132 classes! This count does not include classes downloaded prior to April 2007, so the actual count is much higher!

Weekly Sanga originally started in the fall of 2005 as a way for Srila Dhanurdhara Swami to keep in touch and instruct disciples and friends while he was in India. Since then almost every class Srila Dhanurdhara Swami has given has been available for download. What started out as being every Wednesday evening, grew in popularity and Maharaja decided continue the Weekly Sanga when he returned to the West. Eventually, Maharaja started giving class on Sunday mornings as well which became the most popular of the two classes.

Thank you to all of you who regularly listen to the Weekly Sanga. Whether you listen live via phone or by your MP3 player or your computer, your participation is greatly appreciated.

Gaura-premanande hari-haribol!

Samaveta bhakta-vrinda ki jaya!

March 12, 2008

Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310

Srila Dhanurhdara Swami continues his discussion on the Bhakti Sandarbha Anuccheda 310. This begins the final section of Bhakti Sandarbha on raganuga-bhakti. This section is very important for everyone as it mostly describes the essence of devotional service, to serve Krishna out of natural attachment.



March 5, 2008

Srila Dhanurdhara Swami Returns To The US

In this evening's sanga, Srila Dhanurdhara Swami, having just returned from India earlier in the day, shares his realizations in a causal, informal talk.


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