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Ambarisa-Tilä



On the right hand side, near the confluence of the Sarasvati and Yamunä, is Ambarisa-tilä. In Satya-yuga, Mahäräja Ambarisa was the sole emperor of this world, which consists of seven islands. He was an unalloyed devotee of the Supreme Lord and engaged all his senses in following the various limbs of bhakti. With his mind, he would meditate upon Shri krishna’s pastimes. With his voice, he would chant the names of the Lord and glorify His various pastimes. With his hands, he would clean the temple of Bhagavän. He would engage his ears in hearing about the pastimes of the Lord. He would engage his eyes in taking darsana of Shri Mukunda’s temples. He would engage his nose in smelling the garlands, sandalwood paste and other articles that had been offered at the lotus feet of Bhagavän. He would honour the prasäda offered to the Supreme Lord by tasting it with his tongue, and with his legs he would circumambulate the Supreme Lord’s dhäma, the tulsi plant, His temples and so on. He would also observe Ekädasi and other fasts on days related to Hari.

Once, while residing at this place in Mathurä, Mahäräja Ambarisa observed the vow of Ekädasi for one year by fasting without water (nirjala). On Dvädasi, there was only a short time after sunrise in which it was auspicious to break his fast. Mahäräja Ambarisa worshipped Bhagavän and was just about to take grains that had been offered to the Supreme Lord, when Maharishi Durväsä arrived. With great respect, the king invited the sage to join him. The maharishii said, “I accept your invitation, but I first need to finish my daily duties. I will go to the bank of the Yamunä; please wait until I return.” Saying this, the sage went to the Yamunä. However, Maharishi Durväsä’s return was slightly delayed, and the auspicious time was about to pass. After consulting with the brähmanss and his ministers, Mahäräja Ambarisa took a drop of the water that washed the Supreme Lord’s feet in order to protect his fast.

When Maharishi Durväsä returned, he was furious, knowing well that Mahäräja Ambarisa had broken the fast without him. He pulled a matted lock of hair from his head and transformed it into a fiery demoness called Krtyä, who was ready to burn Ambarisa to ashes. However, Mahäräja Ambarisa simply stood there fearlessly with folded hands. The Sudarsana cakra, the protector of the devotees, immediately appeared and burnt Krtyä to ashes.Sudarsana cakra then leapt towards Maharishi Durväsä, who swiftly ran everywhere to save his life. He fled to Bhuù, Bhuvaù, Svaù and other planetary systems. He even went to Brahmaloka and Sivaloka, but no one in those places could save him. Wherever he went, he saw the frightening Sudarsana cakra pursuing him. Finally, Maharishi Durväsä came to Näräyan in Vaikunthloka and desperately cried out: “Help, save me, protect me!” Bhagavän Sri Näräyaëa said, “I am under the control of My devotees. I am their heart and they are My heart. How can I forsake those who have taken My shelter, having left everything – their home, wife, sons, family and wealth? You should at once return to Ambarisa and plead for forgiveness. Sudarsana cakra can be pacified by his prayer only, and not by any other means.”

For one full year, the great devotee Ambarisa Mahäräja remained standing there, waiting for Durväsä and praying for the sage’s welfare. Upon returning from Vaikunth, the perturbed Durväsä begged Mahäräja Ambarisa for his life. Ambarisa Mahäräja pacified Sudarsana cakra by offering prayers to him and then satisfied the sage by respectfully presenting him an array of delicious preparations. Durväsä became astonished to witness the glories of Mahäräja Ambarisa and said, “Aah, today I have realised the unprecedented glories of Bhagavän Anantadeva’s devotees. I greatly offended Ambarisa Mahäräja, but still he always desires nothing but my welfare. This is only possible for the devotees of the Supreme Lord.”

This pastime took place here. To this day, Ambarisa-tilä stands as witness to the glories of the devotee Ambarisa. Nearby, towards the Yamunä, is Cakra-tirtha, where Mahäräja Ambarisa pacified the cakra by offering various prayers.


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En el lado derecho, cerca de la confluencia del Yamunä y Saraswati, se encuentra Ambarisa-Tilä. En Satya-yuga, el rey Mahäräja Ambarisa era el único emperador de este mundo, que consta de siete islas. Fue un devoto puro y comprometido del Seïor Supremo en todos los sentidos en el seguimiento de estas facetas del bhakti. Con su mente, el meditaba en los Pasatiempos del Seïor Shri Krishna. Con su voz, cantaban el Santo Nombre del Seïor y glorificaba los distintos pasatiempos. Con sus manos, limpiaba el templo de Bhagavän. Con sus oídos los usaba para escuchar acerca de los pasatiempos del Seïor. Con los ojos iba a los templos a ver al Seïor Shri Mukunda. Con su nariz la usaba para oler las guirnaldas, la pasta de sándalo, incienso y otros artículos que se había ofrecido a los pies de loto de Bhagavän. Con su prasäda ofrecida a la Deidad del Seïor Supremo y por probarlo con su lengua, y con sus piernas iba a circunvalar el dhäma (la morada) del Seïor Supremo, la planta de tulsi, sus templos y así sucesivamente. Tambien observaba Ekädasi y otros ayunos en los días relacionados con Shri Hari.

Una vez, durante su residencia en este lugar en Mathurä, Mahäräja Ambarisa observó el voto de Ekädasi durante un aïo con el ayuno sin agua (nirjala). En Dvädasi, hubo muy poco tiempo despues del amanecer en el que se propicia para romper su ayuno. Mahäräja Ambarisa adorando a Sri Bhagavän ya estaba a punto de tomar los granos que se habían ofrecido al Seïor Supremo, en ese momento llegó Maharishi Durväsä. Con gran respeto, el rey invitó al sabio a unirse a el. El maharishii dijo: "Acepto su invitación, pero primero tengo que terminar mis deberes cotidianos. Voy a ir a la orilla del río Yamunä, por favor espereme hasta que yo vuelva. "Diciendo esto, el sabio se dirigió a la orilla del río Yamunä. Sin embargo, Maharishi Durväsä realizando sus deberes cotidianos en el río Yamunä, se retrasó un poco, y el momento propicio para romper el ayuno, estaba a punto de pasar. Tras consultar con los brähmanas y sus ministros consejeros, Mahäräja Ambarisa tomó una gota de agua que lavó los pies del Seïor Supremo, a fin de proteger su ayuno.

Cuando Maharishi Durväsä regresó, se puso furioso, sabiendo bien que Mahäräja Ambarisa había roto el ayuno sin el. Con una de sus manos se quitó un pelo de su cabeza y lo transformó en un demonio de fuego llamado Krtyä, que estaba listo para convertir al rey Mahäräja Ambarisa en cenizas. Sin embargo, el rey Mahäräja Ambarisa simplemente se quedó allí sin miedo, con las manos cruzadas. El chakra Sudarsana, el protector de los devotos, inmediatamente apareció y lo quemó, convirtiendo al demonio Krtyä en cenizas. El Sudarsana Chakra, saltó hacia Maharishi Durväsä, quien rápidamente corrió por todas partes para salvar su vida. Huyó a Bhuù, Bhuvaù, Svaù y otros sistemas planetarios. Incluso fue a Brahmaloka y Sivaloka, pero nadie en esos lugares pudieron salvarlo. Dondequiera que iba, vio con pavor al chakra Sudarsana que lo perseguían. Por último, el Maharishi Durväsä llegó ante la presencia del Seïor Näräyan en Vaikunthloka y gritó desesperadamente: "¡Ayúdame, sálvame, protegeme!", Dijo Bhagavän Sri Näräyaëa: "Estoy bajo el control de mis devotos. Yo soy su corazón y ellos son mi corazón. ¿Cómo puedo abandonar a los que se han entregado a Mi en busca de refugio, tras haber dejado todo - su casa, esposa, hijos, familiares y sus riquezas? Debe ir en estos momentos junto al rey Mahäräja Ambarisa y pedir perdón. El Chakra Sudarsana solo puede apaciguarse por su oración, y no por cualquier otro medio. "

Durante un aïo completo, el gran devoto de la
Mahäräja Ambarisa permaneció de pie allí, esperando y rezando por el bienestar del sabio Maharishi Durväsä. Al regresar de Vaikunth, el perturbado Durväsä rogó al rey Mahäräja Ambarisa por su vida. Mahäräja Ambarisa pacificó al Chakra Sudarsana ofreciendole oraciones y luego satisfecho por el sabio respetuosamente le presentó una gran variedad de preparaciones deliciosas. Durväsä sorprendido al presenciar las glorias del Mahäräja Ambarisa le dijo: "Ah, hoy me he dado cuenta de las glorias sin precedentes de los devotos de Bhagavän Anantadeva. Me ofendió Mahäräja Ambarisa, pero aun así siempre desea mi bienestar. Esto sólo es posible para los devotos puros del Seïor Supremo".

Este pasatiempo se llevó a cabo aquí. Hasta la fecha, Ambarisa-tilä se erige como testimonio de las glorias de los devotos como Mahäräja Ambarisa. Cerca de aquí, hacia el Yamunä, está el Cakra-Tirtha, donde Mahäräja Ambarisa pacificó al Chakra al ofrecer variadas oraciones.



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