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Madhuvana

Madhuvana lies south-west of Ärî Mathurâ, about two-and-a-half miles from Bhûtesvara Mahâdeva. It is one of Vraja’s twelve famous forests.


In Satya-yuga, Bhagavân killed a demon named Madhu here, for which He became known as Madhusûdana. Likewise, this forest became known as Madhuvana, because it is as endearing and sweet as the Supreme Lord Ärî Madhusûdana Himself.

The present name of Madhuvana is Maholi-grâma. On the eastern side of the village of Maholi is Dhruva-tilâ, where the deities of the child Dhruva and his worshipful four-armed Ärî Nârâyana splendidly reside. Dhruva performed severe austerities here to attract the Supreme Lord, using the mantra Devarishii Nârada had given him. Being pleased with his worship, the Lord appeared before Dhruva and awarded him absolute monarchy over the entire Earth for 36,000 years, followed by rulership of Dhruvaloka, an imperishable abode of Ärî Hari within this material universe.

In Tretâ-yuga, the sages and other residents of Madhuvana were terrified by the atrocities committed by the Madhu demon, who, after performing severe austerities, had obtained a trident from Shankar ji. As long as that trident remained in Madhu’s hands, no demigod, demon or human being could defeat him. Although Madhu was a prince in the dynasty of the Sungod (Sûrya-vamsa), he became cruel and devoid of good conduct due to bad association. His father rejected him and banished him from the kingdom. Madhu lived in Madhuvana, where he established a new kingdom in which he harassed the citizens. Mândhâtâ, the highly illustrious king of the sun dynasty, wanted to punish Madhu and therefore he attacked him, but he was slain by Madhu’s trident. Before his death, Madhudaitya gave that trident to his son, Lavanasura. He told him that as long as this infallible trident remained in his hands no one would be able to kill him; rather, it would kill all his enemies.


Trident in hand, Lavanasura’s tyranny was even more cruel than his father’s. The great sages of Madhuvana and surrounding areas, distressed by his atrocities, went to Ärî Râmachandra in Ayodhyâ and humbly prayed for protection. They informed Ärî Râma of Lavanâsura’s might and of his infallible trident that rendered him invincible. They explained that killing him would not be possible as long as he had his trident at hand.

In Ayodhyâ, the Supreme Lord Ärî Râmacandra coronated His younger brother Satrughna as the king of Madhuvana. Satrughna asked Lord Râmacandra for the powerful deity of Ärî Varâha, that Râmacandra had brought from Lankâ, and his elder brother happily agreed. Satrughna then went with the sages to the âsrama of Vâlmîki Rishii and, after receiving his blessings, proceeded to Madhuvana. Bow and arrows in hand, Satrughna arrived at the entrance of Lavanâsura’s cave at a time when Lavanâsura had gone hunting in the woods, and had left his trident behind in the cave.

When the demon returned, carrying dead elephants, deer and other animals, Satrughna challenged him to battle and a fierce fight ensued. In desperation, Lavanasura tried to get hold of his trident, but Ärî Satrughna, the highly valorous warrior and subduer of his enemies, was able to obstruct him, and with his sharp arrows he succeeded in cutting off his head. Satrughna then re-established the deserted Madhupuri and installed Lord Varâhadeva there. This Ärî-varâhadeva is still present at the very same location in present day Mathurâ, which lies within Madhuvana.


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Madhuvana se encuentra al sur - oeste de Ärî Mathurâ, a unos dos kilómetros y medio de Bhûtesvara Mahadeva. Es uno de los doce famosos bosques de Vraja.

En Satya-yuga, aquí, Bhagavan mató a un demonio llamado Madhu, por lo cual llegó a ser conocido como Madhusûdana. Del mismo modo, este bosque se conoce como Madhuvana, porque es tan entrañable y dulce como el mismo Señor Supremo Ärî Madhusûdana.

El nombre actual de Madhuvana es Maholi-grama. En el lado este de la aldea de Maholi está Dhruva-Tila, donde las deidades del niño Dhruva y su adoración al de cuatro brazos Ärî Nârâyaòa reside espléndidamente. Dhruva realizó severas austeridades aquí para atraer al Señor Supremo, usando el mantra que Devarishii Nârada le había dado. Al estar satisfecho con su culto, el Señor se le apareció a Dhruva y lo premió con la monarquía absoluta sobre toda la Tierra durante 36.000 años, seguida por la gobernación de Dhruvaloka, una morada imperecedera de Ärî Hari dentro de este universo material.

En el Treta-yuga, los sabios y otros habitantes de Madhuvana estaban aterrorizados por las atrocidades cometidas por el demonio Madhu, quien, después de realizar severas austeridades, había obtenido un tridente de Shankar ji. Mientras que el tridente quedó en manos de Madhu, ningún semidiós, demonio o ser humano podía derrotarlo. A pesar de que Madhu era un príncipe de la dinastía del dios del sol (Surya-Vamsa), se convirtió en cruel y carente de buena conducta, debido a su mala asociación. Su padre lo rechazó y lo desterró del reino. Madhu vivió en Madhuvana, donde estableció un nuevo reino en el que hostigaban a los ciudadanos. Mandhata, el muy ilustre rey de la dinastía solar, quería castigar a Madhu y por eso lo atacó, pero fue asesinado por el tridente de Madhu. Antes de su muerte, Madhudaitya dio ese tridente a su hijo, Lavanasura. Le dijo que mientras este infalible tridente siguiera en su mano nadie sería capaz de matarlo, sino que mataría a todos sus enemigos.


Tridente en mano, la tiranía de Lavanasura fue aún más cruel que su padre. Los grandes sabios de Madhuvana y sus alrededores, angustiado por sus atrocidades, fueron ante Ärî Râmachandra en Ayodhya y humildemente oraron pidiendo Su protección. Informaron a Ärî Rama del poder de Lavanâsura y de su infalible tridente que le hacía invencible. Explicaron que matarlo no sería posible siempre y cuando él tuviera el tridente en su mano.

En Ayodhya, el Señor Supremo Ärî Râmacandra coronó a Su hermano menor Shatrughna como el rey de Madhuvana. Shatrughna preguntó al Señor Râmacandra sobre la poderosa deidad de Ärî Varaha, que había traído de Râmacandra de Lanka, y su hermano mayor estuvo felizmente de acuerdo. Shatrughna luego fue con los sabios al Asrama de Vâlmîki Rishii y, después de recibir sus bendiciones, procedió a Madhuvana. Arco y flechas en mano, Shatrughna llegó a la entrada de la cueva de Lavanâsura en un momento en el que Lavanâsura había salido a cazar al bosque, y había dejado el tridente en la cueva.

Cuando el demonio regresó, llevando elefantes muertos, ciervos y otros animales, Shatrughna lo desafió a la batalla y se produjo una lucha feroz. En su desesperación, intentó Lavanâsura hacerse con su tridente, pero Ärî Shatrughna, el guerrero muy valiente y dominador de sus enemigos, fue capaz de impedirlo, y con sus afiladas flechas logró cortarle la cabeza. Shatrughna a continuación, volvió a establecer el desierto Madhupuri e instaló allí al Señor Varâhadeva. Esta IDA-varâhadeva todavía está presente en el mismo lugar en la actualidad en Mathurâ, que se encuentra en Madhuvana.


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