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November 28, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 29

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 29

sri-bhagavan uvaca
adya prabhate bho matar
asminn eva ksane maya
citrah kati kati svapna
jagrateva na viksitah

TRANSLATION

The Supreme Lord said: Dear mother, this morning during My sleep I saw many amazing things in just a short moment as if I were awake!


November 24, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 16 Texts 13-15

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 16 Texts 13-15

tan alaksya bhayodvigna
gopa nanda-purogamah
vina ramena gah krsnam
jnatva carayitum gatam
tair durnimittair nidhanam
matva praptam atad-vidah
tat-pranas tan-manaskas te
duhkha-soka-bhayaturah
a-bala-vrddha-vanitah
sarve 'nga pasu-vrttayah
nirjagmur gokulad dinah
krsna-darsana-lalasah

TRANSLATION

Seeing the inauspicious omens, Nanda Maharaja and the other cowherd men were fearful, for they knew that Krsna had gone to herd the cows that day without His elder brother, Balarama. Because they had dedicated their minds to Krsna, accepting Him as their very life, they were unaware of His great power and opulence. Thus they concluded that the inauspicious omens indicated He had met with death, and they were overwhelmed with grief, lamentation and fear. All the inhabitants of Vrndavana, including the children, women and elderly persons, thought of Krsna just as a cow thinks of her helpless young calf, and thus these poor, suffering people rushed out of the village, intent upon finding Him.


November 21, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 22

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 22

sri-balarama uvaca
sri-krsna krsna bho bhratar
uttisthottistha jagrhi
pasyadya velatikranta
visanti pasavo vanam

TRANSLATION

Sri Balarama said: Sri Krsna, My dear brother! Get up, get up! Wake up from Your sleep! Just see, it is now getting late. The cows are already entering the forest.


November 17, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 9

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 9

tam preksaniya-sukumara-ghanavadatam
srivatsa-pita-vasanam smita-sundarasyam
kridantam apratibhayam kamalodaranghrim
sandasya marmasu rusa bhujaya cachada

TRANSLATION

Kaliya saw that Sri Krsna, who wore yellow silken garments, was very delicate, His attractive body shining like a glowing white cloud, His chest bearing the mark of Srivatsa, His face smiling beautifully and His feet resembling the whorl of a lotus flower. The Lord was playing fearlessly in the water. Despite His wonderful appearance, the envious Kaliya furiously bit Him on the chest and then completely enwrapped Him in his coils.


November 14, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Texts 15-16

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Texts 15-16

naradas tu krtagaskam
ivatmanam amanyata
devanam yadavanam ca
sange 'gan na kutuhalat

viyaty antarhito bhutva
baddhvaikam yoga-pattakam
nivisto bhagavac-cesta-
madhuryambhavaya sah

TRANSLATION

Narada, however, thinking he had committed an offense, did not accompany the demigods and the Yadavas. Instead with great curiosity he hid himself in the midst of the sky, fixing himself in a yoga sitting posture, to observe the sweetness of the Lord's acts.


November 10, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 5

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 5

viprusmata visadormi-
marutenabhimarsitah
mriyante tira-ga yasya
praninah sthira-jangamah

TRANSLATION

The wind blowing over that deadly lake carried droplets of water to the shore. Simply by coming in contact with that poisonous breeze, all vegetation and creatures on the shore died.


November 7, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 5

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 5

samstabhya yatnad atmanam
svasthyam janayitum prabhoh
prapa canantaram hrdi

TRANSLATION

With difficulty, Brahma brought himself under control and started thinking of how to restore his Lord to normal. Soon an idea came into his heart.


November 3, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 15 Text 52

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 15 Text 52

anvamamsata tad rajan
govindanugraheksitam
pitva visam paretasya
punar utthanam atmanah

TRANSLATION

O King, the cowherd boys then considered that although they had drunk poison and in fact had died, simply by the merciful glance of Govinda they had regained their lives and stood up by their own strength.


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November 28, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 29

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 29

sri-bhagavan uvaca
adya prabhate bho matar
asminn eva ksane maya
citrah kati kati svapna
jagrateva na viksitah

TRANSLATION

The Supreme Lord said: Dear mother, this morning during My sleep I saw many amazing things in just a short moment as if I were awake!


November 24, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 16 Texts 13-15

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 16 Texts 13-15

tan alaksya bhayodvigna
gopa nanda-purogamah
vina ramena gah krsnam
jnatva carayitum gatam
tair durnimittair nidhanam
matva praptam atad-vidah
tat-pranas tan-manaskas te
duhkha-soka-bhayaturah
a-bala-vrddha-vanitah
sarve 'nga pasu-vrttayah
nirjagmur gokulad dinah
krsna-darsana-lalasah

TRANSLATION

Seeing the inauspicious omens, Nanda Maharaja and the other cowherd men were fearful, for they knew that Krsna had gone to herd the cows that day without His elder brother, Balarama. Because they had dedicated their minds to Krsna, accepting Him as their very life, they were unaware of His great power and opulence. Thus they concluded that the inauspicious omens indicated He had met with death, and they were overwhelmed with grief, lamentation and fear. All the inhabitants of Vrndavana, including the children, women and elderly persons, thought of Krsna just as a cow thinks of her helpless young calf, and thus these poor, suffering people rushed out of the village, intent upon finding Him.


November 21, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 22

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 22

sri-balarama uvaca
sri-krsna krsna bho bhratar
uttisthottistha jagrhi
pasyadya velatikranta
visanti pasavo vanam

TRANSLATION

Sri Balarama said: Sri Krsna, My dear brother! Get up, get up! Wake up from Your sleep! Just see, it is now getting late. The cows are already entering the forest.


November 17, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 9

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 9

tam preksaniya-sukumara-ghanavadatam
srivatsa-pita-vasanam smita-sundarasyam
kridantam apratibhayam kamalodaranghrim
sandasya marmasu rusa bhujaya cachada

TRANSLATION

Kaliya saw that Sri Krsna, who wore yellow silken garments, was very delicate, His attractive body shining like a glowing white cloud, His chest bearing the mark of Srivatsa, His face smiling beautifully and His feet resembling the whorl of a lotus flower. The Lord was playing fearlessly in the water. Despite His wonderful appearance, the envious Kaliya furiously bit Him on the chest and then completely enwrapped Him in his coils.


November 14, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Texts 15-16

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Texts 15-16

naradas tu krtagaskam
ivatmanam amanyata
devanam yadavanam ca
sange 'gan na kutuhalat

viyaty antarhito bhutva
baddhvaikam yoga-pattakam
nivisto bhagavac-cesta-
madhuryambhavaya sah

TRANSLATION

Narada, however, thinking he had committed an offense, did not accompany the demigods and the Yadavas. Instead with great curiosity he hid himself in the midst of the sky, fixing himself in a yoga sitting posture, to observe the sweetness of the Lord's acts.


November 10, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 5

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 16 Text 5

viprusmata visadormi-
marutenabhimarsitah
mriyante tira-ga yasya
praninah sthira-jangamah

TRANSLATION

The wind blowing over that deadly lake carried droplets of water to the shore. Simply by coming in contact with that poisonous breeze, all vegetation and creatures on the shore died.


November 7, 2010

Brihad Bhagavatamrta Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 5

Brihad Bhagavatamrta
Part 1 Chapter 7 Text 5

samstabhya yatnad atmanam
svasthyam janayitum prabhoh
prapa canantaram hrdi

TRANSLATION

With difficulty, Brahma brought himself under control and started thinking of how to restore his Lord to normal. Soon an idea came into his heart.


November 3, 2010

Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10 Chapter 15 Text 52

Srimad Bhagavatam
Canto 10 Chapter 15 Text 52

anvamamsata tad rajan
govindanugraheksitam
pitva visam paretasya
punar utthanam atmanah

TRANSLATION

O King, the cowherd boys then considered that although they had drunk poison and in fact had died, simply by the merciful glance of Govinda they had regained their lives and stood up by their own strength.


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Srimad Bhagavatam and Caitanya-caritamrta translations and purports are by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (and disiciples of His Divine Grace) and are © Bhaktivedanta Book Trust.

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