Blue Boy of Vrindavan – Sri Krishna

 Sri Krishna

By Swami Chinmayananda

The epic of the Blue Boy of Vrindavan is intended for the best and the highest of the spiritual seekers, who alone can understand the mysteries of His divine life; dance and melt in the melodies tunes of His  flute.

People of Arjuna’s, Yudhistira’s and Bhisma’s calibre alone can know and experience His ...

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Why visit temples

 

 

Generally, the temples are located in a place where earth’s magnetic waves pass through. In simple terms, these temples are located strategically at a place where the positive energy is abundantly available from the magnetic wave distribution of north/ south pole thrust. Because of its location, where high magnetic values are available, the Main Idol is placed in the center, and also because ...

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How to attain Krishna

 

Start by holding Krishna’s hand and bathing Him by pouring water over Him. Picture the water falling on all parts of His body and running down. All the while, call out to Him, ‘Krishna, Krishna!’ and visualize His divine form. Imagine doing ‘abhisheka’ (ceremonial bath) with Kamadhenu’s milk, honey, ghee, sandal paste (chandana) and rose water, one after the ...

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Sri Vallabha Charya

 

SriVallabha was born to Lakshman Bhat and Illama.  The family of Lakshman Bhat were agnihotri’s.  They strongly believed that when one hundred Somayagnas were completed, Narayana’s would appear before them.  The 100th yagna got completed during Lakshman Bhat time, when he was awaiting Krishna darshana..he got the news that his wife had conceived.  They were expecting Naraya to take birth in their family.

Unfortunately, there were muslim riots in Kashi ...

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Sincere Prayers

GOPASTAMI AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE

Gopastami occurs on the eighth day of the bright fortnight in the month of Kartika. On this day lord Sri Krishna became a qualified cowherd. Before this day, he was a keeper of the calves.  Krishna one day decided that he would take care of the cows and He was just 6 years old.  Nand Baba and Yashodha Maiya were ...

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Lords Relationship

 

There was a girl who was a sincere devotee of Lord Sri Krishna.  She had a desire to see  the temple of the Lord in the city of Vrindavan, from childhood.  Many years passed in Lord’s devotion (Krishna Bhakti) and the girl was given in marriage to a boy in Vrindavan.  After the wedding, the girl stayed in the parents place for a few days.  She was excited that ...

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Greatness of Lord’s Name

 

An old Farmer lived on a farm in the mountains with his young grandson. Each morning Grandpa was up early sitting at the kitchen table reading his Bhagavath Geetha. His grandson wanted to be just like him and tried to imitate him in every way he could.

One day the grandson asked, “Grandpa! I try to read the Bhagavath Geetha just like you but I don’t understand it, and ...

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Krishna court appearance

 There lived an old man in Vrindavan,  who was an ardent devotee of Sri Vrindavan Bihariji.  He had a daughter who was to be married and did not have enough money to perform her marriage.  The devotee only had  a house that he owned and so, he decided to pawn the house with a wealthy man and borrowed money for his daughter’s wedding.

The old man started paying in installments the borrowed money, back to the weathly man.  He ...

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Varanamayiram


 

This tirumozhi, which starts with “vAraNam Ayiram” is a very well-known tirumozhi.  Even today, this sixth tirumozhi is being sung in all the vedic weddings during the time called “paccai pUSUdal”.  It is a belief that due to the conducting of this routine, the newly wedded couple’s lives will for ever remain sweet. Godai herself has declared that those chant this tirumozhi ...

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