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Article by Sri Sadagopan Iyengar Swami, Coimbatore
The toddler at home is now a year old. His mobility hitherto had been somewhat restricted due to his crawl, but now that he has learned to walk, albeit unsteadily, there is no stopping him. And with the additional mobility appears to have arrived mischievousness too. You are no more able to find things at their allotted places, breakages and spillages are on the increase due to the kid’s constant activity and he keeps trying to get out into the wide world outside, rebelling against the confines of the home. If the main door is kept open for a second, he slips through with ease and is recaptured only after a long and anxious search. He doesn’t allow his mother to cook in peace, picking up and throwing down various ingredients like salt, sugar etc. and insisting on sticking his finger into the fire. What do you do with such an endearing but infuriating Sri Damodharbrat? I have seen several mothers resort to tying up the toddler, with a length of rope that permits him a radius of movement but keeps him out of mischief’s way. Bawl out he might, but he is set free only after the mother has finished her chores and is free to battle with his effervescence once more.
Where do you think the toddler learnt mischief? And where do you think the mother learnt the aforesaid way of keeping him out of monkey business?
There might be any number of tales of the Lord, for He has taken innumerable avatArAs, many times over. Each of His exploits is unique and endearing, conferring upon the listener/reader devotion and merit. However, the Krishnavatara remains the most popular, the one people generally identify with and are able to shower their love and affection upon. For, it is extremely difficult to love or be one with a fish, a boar, a lion or the Perfect Monarch who is fit only to be put on a pedestal and worshipped. The Krishnavatara, on the other hand, is all about a real, flesh and blood person who also appears to be so, who apparently has all the weaknessees and temptations that we ourselves had in childhood and whose exploits still enthrall us, millennia after they were enacted. Krishna is the neighbourhood boy with whom you can swap stories, have fun with, play truant from classes with, love and remonstrate with, in whose daredevil company you can steal neighbours’ jealously-gurarded fruits with impunity and escape retribution by a hair’s breadth. He is the one who can introduce you in full measure to the thrills of childhood, the minor pleasures forbidden by straightlaced parents. It is He who can tell you with precision which neighbour’s tree is ripe with fruit, who has gone out of station, leaving his grounds open for boisterous play and so on.
Description: Serial 'Mahabharat' presents the story of the throne of Hastinapur, the kingdom ruled by the Kuru clan where Kauravas and the Pandavas compete for rulership. Both Duryodhan and Yudhisthir claim to be first in line to inherit the throne. When Bhishma asked for Gandhari's hand in marriage for his blind nephew Dhritarashtra, her brother Shakuni got furious. Though he agreed later, he swore to himself that he would destroy the Kuru race. He sowed the seeds of the battle of Kurukshetra during the adolescence of the Kauravas (sons of Dhritarashtra) and Pandavas (nephews of Dhritarashtra) by poisoning the mind of Duryodhan; the eldest Kaurav against the Pandavas. This results in the Kurukshetra war where Shri Krishna imparts "Bhagavat-Gita" (holy scripture of Hinduism) to his Pandav cousin Arjuna. The battle saw the deaths of Bhishma Pitamah, the mighty Karna among many. All the sons of Dhritarashtra and Gandhari died in the war. The Battle produces "conflicts of kinship and friendship, and instances of family loyalty and duty taking precedence over what is just."
Описание: Сериал 'Махабхарата' рассказывает о соперничестве двух ветвей династии Куру: это Кауравы, сто сыновей царя Дхритараштры, старшим среди которых был Дурьодхана, и Пандавы — пять двоюродных братьев во главе с Юдхиштхирой. Кауравы воплощают в эпосе темное начало. Пандавы — светлое, божественное. Основную нить сюжета составляет соперничество двоюродных братьев за царство и столицу — город Хастинапур. Царём страны становится старший из Пандавов мудрый и благородный Юдхиштхира. Зависть и злоба Кауравов преследуют Пандавов всю жизнь, но с момента провозглашения Юдхиштхиры царём, они достигают предела. Согласно традиции, каждый из присутствующих на церемонии коронации может вызвать будущего царя на поединок; отказ невозможен, он расценивается как проявление слабости. Кауравы, зная, что Юдхиштхира плохой игрок в кости, вызывают его на поединок, и он проигрывает имущество, царство, братьев, жену и самого себя. По требованию деда Кауравов и Пандавов, мудрого Бхишмы, проигранное возвращается Юдхиштхире, но его вторично вызывают на игру, и он опять проигрывает всё. В результате на совете рода было решено: Пандавы и их жена Драупади отправляются в изгнание на 13 лет. Когда в положенный срок Пандавы возвращаются в царский дворец, вероломные Кауравы отказываются соблюдать условия договора, и с этого момента братья начинают готовиться к войне. Армии Пандавов и Кауравов встречаются на поле Куру и сражаются 18 дней. Погибают почти все, лишь Пандавы-победители остаются в живых. Юдхиштхира воцаряется в столице отвоеванного царства, где долго и счастливо правит подданными.
Madan Mohan Article: The Glory of Madan Mohan: When the Pujari Slapped the Deity : Статья: Слава Мадан Мохана: Как пуджари отшлёпал Божество
Vrindavan, 2014.11.23 (VT): Yesterday, I went to visit the Madan Mohan Temple with my daughter. After having darshan of Radha Madan Mohan, we went to meet Shri Sanatan Kishor Goswami (Panchu ji), the present Mahant of the temple.
We discussed the role of the Archaeological Survey of India in conserving the temples of Vrindavan. Goswamiji was sitting in his office. While discussing various issues related to Vrindavan, Goswamiji’s younger son Shri Ajay Kishor Goswami gave us two kulias with kheersa bhog. I thanked him for the kulia, and asked him if it was from Radha Raman temple. He said no, adding that it was from the temple we had been to visit.
We were so pleased to find the kulias and praised him for maintaining Vrindavan’s typical culture to give the khirsa prasad in this kind of container. We all agreed that this promotes the brand Vrindavan. Then I asked him if this were a recent tradition. At this point, Paanchuji interrupted and told us that there was a story behind this bhog.
On, 10 November 2014, Jaya Varusham Aippasi Mirughashirsham; Vanabhojana Utsavam was celebrated in a grand manner at Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple, Lower ahobilam. On this occasion in the morning Sri Prahaladavardan along with ubhya nachiyars had purappadu to Lakshmi Vanam where Thirumanjanam took place. And in the evening Sahasara Deepotsavam took place. Several astikas took part in the Vanabhojana Utsavam and had the blessings of Divya Dampathis.
The following are some of the photographs are taken on the occasion…
Jambhavan Article: Mannarpolur Azhagu Mallari Krishnaswami Temple – Place Where Jambhavan Had the Famous Fight with Lord Krishna : Статья: Храм Маннарполур Ажагу Маллари Кришнасвами - место, где Джамбаван сражался с Кришной
Sathrajit performed a deep penance, offering worship to Surya Devan. Pleased with his penance, Surya Devan presented a jewel ‘Samathakamani’ and also blessed that every day the jewel would give additional quantities of gold. On an occasion, Sathrajit wore the shining jewel and visited Sri Krishna. Sri Krishna also felt that in view of the boon of Surya Deva, it would be better if the jewel were to be with him that be with Sathrajit. Sathrajit, however, refused to part with the jewel. Thinking that a request may again be made by Sri Krishna, Sathrajit presented the jewel to his brother, Prasenajit.
While going for hunting Prasenajit was killed by a lion and it took away the jewel. Later, the lion was attacked and killed by Jambhavan, who presented the Samanthakamani to his daughter Jambhavathi. In the meanwhile, due to the non return of his brother, Sathrajit baselessly presumed that his brother must have been killed by Sri Krishna for the sake of the glittering jewel. Having come to know of this baseless suspicion, Sri Krishna proceeded to the forest to find the jewel. Sri Krishna was able to trace the sequence of events and proceeded to the cave in which Jambhavan was living with his daughter. Thinking that the Lord has come to take away the jewel from him and not realising who Sri Krishna really was, Jambhavan had a glorious fight with Him for about 20 days. After 20 days, Jambhavan realised with whom he was fighting and totally surrendered to the Lord. He offered his daughter Jambhavathis in marriage to Lord Krishna and presented the Samanthakamani to the Lord. It is believed Mannarpolur is the place where the fight have taken place.
Originally, this place was known as ‘Mani Mandapa Kshetram’ as this was the place wherein the ‘mani’ (Samanthaka mani) was presented to the Lord. Since this was the place wherein a hand fight (Malla Yuddham) had taken place with Lord Krishna (Hari), this place was known as ‘Malla Hari Poruru’ (Poru stands for a fight and Uru for place). Over a period of time, ‘Malla Hari Poruru’ got corrupted as Mannarpolur.
See more pictures of this place and the story here:
Aradhana Aradhana Mahotsavam Of 41st Srimadh Azhagiyasingar At Srirangam : Арадхана Махотсавам 41-го Шримад Азьягиясингара в Шрирангаме
Yesterday, 27 October 2014; was the second day of Veda Parayanam and Prabhandha Parayanam being done at the Brindavan of 41st Srimadh Azhagiasingar whose aradhanam will be done on 28.10.2014. Aippasi Shukla Panchami is when SriLakshmi Nrisimha Sathakopa Yatheendra Mahadesikan(41stJeer) known as Karakurichi Azhagiasingar attained SriVaikuntaprapthi.
Thiruvaymozhi parayanam was continued and the 4th-6th Centums were recited alonside with Veda Parayanam. Swami Desikan’s Amrutha Swadhinee was recited followed by Adhivan Sathakopan swami’s Adaikalapathu. This was done between 8.00A.M. -11.00 A.M.
The evening session started at 3.00P.M. Thiruvaymozhi and Vedic chanting took place and the recital of Swami Desikan’s Mumani kovai and Navamani malai was the highlight of the evening. It was almost 5.30P.M. when the theertha-shatari and Prasada distribution was over. Morning prasadam was dadhiannam and evening was kadambam.Tommorrow Tirumanjanam for Azhagiasingar is scheduled for 8.00 A.M. followed by Purapadu, Veda, Prabhandha parayana satrumurai. After this aradhanam and Thadeearadhanai will take place.
The following are some of the photos taken during the occasion…
The meanings of Dīpāvali, its symbols and rituals, and the reasons for celebration are innumerable. Dīpāvali celebrates Lord Rama’s glorious and long-awaited return to his kingdom of Ayodhya after fourteen long years of exile in the forests.
It also commemorates Lord Krishna’s victory over the demon Narakasura who had kidnapped and terrorized the gopīs of Vrindavan. When the evil Narakā was finally killed by Bhagavān Kṛṣṇa in the presence of Satyabhāmā, he begged pitifully for mercy; thus, upon his entreaties, it was declared that this day of his death would be celebrated with great joy and festivity. It is also celebrated as the day Bhagavān Viṣṇu married Maha Lakṣmī.
Dīpāvali is also associated with the story of the fall of Bali – a demon king who was conquered by Lord Viṣṇu. Lord Viṣṇu appeared to the demon king Bali in the form of a dwarf and requested only three steps of land. Bali granted the dwarf’s meager request for only three feet. Suddenly, Lord Vishnu took on His grand size and placed one foot on the Earth, another on the Heavens and His third on the head of Bali.
In general, Dīpāvali signifies the triumph of good over evil, of righteousness over treachery, of truth over falsehood, and of light over darkness.
Last night at Radha Kund, a multi-step lamp offering was made, many pilgrims offered individual lamps from the banks; a maha arotik was also performed.
As the Rādhārāṇī Braja Yatra celebrates in Vṛndāvana may this Diwalli day(where ever you are), more importantly than personal gain, bring new unprecedented victories in the protection and preservation of Braja Dhāma.
The following are some of the photos taken during the occasion…
Diwali Vrindavan Widows Start Diwali Celebrations on Banks Of Yamuna : Вриндаванские вдовы начали празднование Дивали на берегах Ямуны
Vrindavan, 2014.10.22 (TOI): Giving the usual traditions a miss, several hundred Vrindavan widows on Tuesday began their three-day Diwali celebration on the banks of River Yamuna. Marching in a procession carrying lighted diyas (earthen lamps) in their hand, they went to the ghats of the river this evening to raise awareness about its pollution.
The widows of Vrindavan, who have continued to defy the age-old customs by celebrating not only Diwali but in the past also celebrated Holi and Raksha Bandhan, besides taking part in Durga Puja in West Bengal. Besides lighting the colorful earthen lamps, they sang bhajans.
The world would indeed be a dull place, if everything were to be in black and white. It is colours that add spice to our lives- we feel elated when we see a rainbow, a garden alight with bright blooms, a meadow of green grass topped with sparkling dew, a bright blue sky with the Sun shining as a yellow ball of fire, and so on. The rising and setting Sun is indeed beautiful to watch, for its sheer colourfulness. Can you imagine a world bereft of cheerful colours? It would be as dull and dreary as ditchwater, and make our lives mere drudgery.
It is interesting to find from our scriptures that the Creator of all colours is Himself extremely colourful. Let's see some of the hues that He is said to sport on various occasions. To start our colourful journey with the Vedas, the Purusha SUkta describes the Lord as being the colour of the Sun- “Aditya varNam tamasa: parastAt”. The reference to Sun-colour is significant. Just as the Sun is the antithesis of all darkness or evil, so too the Paramatma is verily the abode of all good qualities, and the antithesis of all that is inauspicious ('akhila hEya pratyanIka, kalyAnaikatAna').
Vrindavan Vrindavan Should Become The Capital Of Vraj: Braj Vrindavan Heritage Alliance : Вриндаван должен стать столицей Врджа: Альянс наследия Враджа Вриндавана
Vrindavan, 2014.10/15 (VT): “Vrindavan should become the capital of Vraj, and it should be developed in such a way that when people from around the world visit they feel that Krishna never left and is still here,” said Dr. Chandra Prakash Sharma, a senior member from the Panda Sabha during the launch of the post-card protest against the proposal of merging Vrindavan in Mathura.
Ram Narayan Brajwasi echoed Dr. Chandraprakash Sharma’s voice by saying that the sacred groves, Vraja Raj, Yamuna, cows, Brajwasis, non violence and a sattvik way of life represent the Vrindavan culture. These things are being diminished in a pragmatic way by different governments and local political leaders. The merger of Mathura and Vrindavan will cause it to lose the very foundation on which the saints and devotees have been meditating for centuries.
The devotees of Shri Dham Vrindavan gathered in Bhagwat Nilay at the Seva Kunj locality to decide on the next steps to stop the amalgamation of these twin cities. It was decided that 50 post cards will be sent each day for a month to the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh to lodge protest against the merger proposal.
Swami Dev Swaroopananda, Mahant of the Soham Ashram, and Swami Maheshananda Saraswati, a senior saint from the Akhandananda Ashram stressed approaching saints who have political connections. They will take forward the cause of protecting the identity of Vrindavan.
In Padma Purāṇa, Kārtika Māhātmya, it is stated that Radha Kund is very dear to Shri Hari and is situated near Giri Govardhan hill. By taking bath in Radha Kund on the eight day of waning moon in the month of Kārtika [Bahulāṣṭamī] one can greatly please Lord Hari who enjoys his pastimes there. This kunda is as dear to Śrī Krishna as Radha Herself.
As a result of the killing of the Arishtasur demon, a lila of mutual purification followed with the appearance of Shyama Kund from Krishna’s kick, and most importantly Radha Kund from Radha/gopi’s dig, an invitation to all celestial rivers and then a bath; now this has become an annual midnight celebration.
All glories to this Bahulāṣṭamī day, the appearance of Śrī Radha Kund!
Radhakunda Article: Radha Kunda Appearance Day, Radhakundashtakam : Статья: Денья явления Радха кунды, Радхакундаштакам
Yesterday was Radha Kund’s appearance day. In honor of this occasion, over the next nine days we will start posting the Rādhākuṇḍāṣṭakam of Raghunath Das Goswami with Ananta Dasji’s commentary translated by Advaita Das. Today we give the first verse.
Eight prayers to Śrī Rādhākuṇḍa
nikhila-nija-sakhībhir yat sva-hastena pūrṇam
prakaṭitam api vṛndāraṇya-rājñā pramodais
tad ati-surabhi rādhā-kuṇḍam evāśrayo me
That very dear, beautiful and fragrant Rādhākuṇḍa, which appeared after a joking quarrel about piety between Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa after the killing of the Ariṣṭa bull demon, and which was joyfully revealed and filled up by Śrī Rādhā’s own hand with the assistance of Her girlfriends –this Rādhākuṇḍa is my only shelter!
Ahoi Ashtami Ahoi Ashtami: Mothers Fast For The Well Being Of Their Sons : Ахой Аштами: матери постятся ради блоагополучия своих сыновей
Vrindavan, 2014.10.13 (VT): Brajwasis and devotees are prepared to celebrate Ahoi Ashtami. This year it falls on Wednesday, October 15th. This day is considered by many as the most auspicious day in the holy month of Karttik. On the eighth day of the waning phase of the Damodar month, the Ahoi Ashtami is celebrated, when mothers observe a fast for their sons. Mother Yashoda used to observe this fast for the well-being of her son Krishna.
This day is also observed as the appearance day of Radha Kund when the devotees’ take bath in the midnight in the kund. The bus full of devotees goes to Radha Kunda from Vrindavan and other places to take bath in the kund. Bathing in Radha Kund is especially beneficial on this day. Radha Kund appeared at midnight. Bathing in Radha Kund is especially beneficial on this day. Thousands of devotees take bath in the holy pond on this day.