Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Steeped in the Madhurya of Lord Krishna
'Shri Krishna Karnamrita' was distributed with enthused exultation amongst Krishna bhaktas as the 112th verse endorses.
anusmaran mridu-murali-ravamritaih |
yato yatah prasarati me vilocanam
tatas tatah sphurau tavaiva vaibhavam ||112||
'O Krishna, always remembering the nectarous, low, soft sounds of Your flute, as well as Your eyes, doubly expanded with mercy, I pray that wherever my sight shall wander, You will always manifest Your beauty, sweetness, and opulence before me.'
Our Lovable Bobo Absorbed in the Madhurya Sagar of Krishna
Shri Manohar Baba,a siddh saint of Venu Vinod Kunj, also wrote the meaning of some shlokahs and had them sent to us by his immense grace.
'Sri Krishna Karnamrita'
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The Living Svarupa of Sri Radha-Krishna Served by Bobo & Shiela Bahenji
We pray to the Sri Yugal Sarkar to keep showering their loving compassion and grace on these two sisters.
Revered Sushila Sharma
Sri Radha-Krishna & the SakhisThe pure prema bhakti of the gopis is seen as transcendental love of the highest order. It is said to be the zenith of spiritual awareness. Dark-hued Krishna, his hladini shakti Shri Radha and her replications the sakhis, are in essence a single entity. They manifest as distinct individuals in prakriti or this mundane world to relish the rasa of interpersonal romantic exchange.
The Romantic Dalliance of Sri Radha-Krishna & the Gopis
This ardent longing, delicious anguish and the gush of passionate feelings are surrendered to Krishna, the supreme lover. The same ujjwal rasa is known as madhur rasa or shringara bhakti, a certain spirituality that can only arise by indulging in love. Through this process one gradually develops prema or love for Krishna.
Sri Bilavmangal Thakur Becomes a Nayika Searching for Krishna
Sri Bilavmangal ThakurOut of the rasik shiromanis who immersed themselves in Krishna, posited as the paragon of sweetness in the Srimad Bhagvat Purana, Sri Jayadeva and Sri Billavmangal are supreme. In the tradition of Krishna poetry, when the bhakti wave was at its peak (16th century onwards), their positions are highly exalted amongst Vaishnawas.
Sambhog Shringara of 'Gita Govinda'
The Moonlike Face of Krishna
The four traits of madhurya which are apparent in the Vrindavan Vihari Lord Krishna are 1) aishwarya madhuri,2)kridha madhuri,3)venu madhuri and 4)roop madhuri.
The Spirted Antics of Krishna & His Sakhas
Krishna Slaying Bakasura
Child Krishna Shows the Universe to Ma Yashoda
as well as when He shows the Brahmand in His mouth to Ma Yashoda. There is no change whatsover in His madhur svarupa.
Sushri Darshan Aggarwal