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Ärî Murâri Gupta Ùhâkur

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Ärî Murâri Gupta Ùhâkur

"An expert physician by the name Murâri Gupta could cure people of their disease of material existence. Along with so many other Vaisnavas, Advaita Âcârya, Sen Äivananda, Jagannâtha Miära, Nilambar Cakravarti, he also appeared in Sylhet. (C. B. Adi 2.35)

Ärîvas Pandit, Candrasekhara Âcârya and Ärî Murâri Gupta Ùhâkur were all from Ärîhatta. Murâri Gupta came from there to live in Navadwip, near the home of Jagannâtha Miära. He was a few years older than Caitanya Mahâprabhu. Murâri Gupta, Kamalakanta, Ärî Kèëòananda, etc. all used to study together with Nimai Pandit. Nimai used to like a debate in disputations on logical fallacy but none could defeat him; rather he could defeat all of them put together. Finally being exasperated by his uncanny sharpness of intelligence, Murâri Gupta would resort to slinging mood, until finally they were all pushing one another back and forth as they came to the Ganges to take their bath.

There arose such a hue and cry at the ghat that the ladies couldn't fill their water pots, the water having become so muddy. Neither the brahmanas could properly take their bath. In this way Ärî Gaurasundara would play with His friends on the banks of the Ganges. (C. B. Adi 8)

When they entered the school of Gaôgâ Das Pandit, Nimai immediately became first in the class, having attained the highest marks. Then all of the other students were forced to accept defeat. Murâri Gupta however would neither accept defeat, nor would he engage in local debate. Therefore Nimai became angry and told him; "You are a doctor; what is the use of you studying these subjects? Your business is to collect leaves & creepers to heal the sick. Grammatical science is very abstruse, you won't find anything in it to help you in dealing with mucus, bila and dyspepsia."

Hearing this challenge, Murâri was pricked, and became angry within, but he didn't exhibit his anger. He simply gazed peacefully at Nimai. Nimai's divine form was so enchanting and the touch of his lotus soft hands so pacifying that no one became agitated by his dealings. At that time, Nimai had just began his studies in grammar. Therefore Murâri began to discuss rhetoric with Him, but he still could not defeat him. Completely astonished, he thought to himself, "Is it possible that such scholarship is found in ordinary mortals? He must be some kind of divine personage. Not one student in Navadwip has been able to defeat him in argument." In this way they used to sometimes argue together but they would go together in a friendly mood to take bath in mother Ganges.

When Mahâprabhu returned from Gaya and began to manifest symptoms of ecstatic love, Murâri Gupta became intensely devoted to Him. When he saw Mahâprabhu crying in ecstatic love at the house of Suklambar Pandit he became struck with wonder.

Ärî Murâri Gupta used to worship Ärî Ärî Sita Ram. One day, Mahâprabhu suddenly arrived in Murâri Gupta's house. Roaring in the mood of Varahadeva he picked up a water pot in His teeth, while Murâri Gupta fell down on the floor to offer his dandavats, being dumbstruck with wonder at having seen this divine form.

Then Mahâprabhu said; "Murâri! Just sing some hymns in my praise." Then Murâri recited some slokas at which Mahâprabhu became very happy and thus addressed him, "Murâri! I am just speaking this truth to you. I am the essence of all scriptures. I have come to engage in Harinam sankirtan Myself, as well as to induce others also to chant My Holy Names. I cannot tolerate malice towards my devotee. If someone tries to harm my devotee, even if he is my son I will tear off his head. The proof of this is Narakasur." After telling Murâri so many secret things about Himself, Mahâprabhu returned home.

During the time when Mahâprabhu exhibited for 21 hours His transcendental existence as the Supreme Personality of Godhead, He was calling His various devotees and bestowing various blessings to them. He next called Murâri: "Murâri! For so many days you couldn't recognize who I am? Just see My divine form." Then Murâri saw Mahâprabhu as His most worshipable Deity, Lord Raghunatha, His body the colour of green grass. Sitting in the virasana, his legs folded beneath His body, and holding a great bow in His hand, Lakshman and Janaki were seated on each side of Him. In all directions the chiefs of the monkeys were reciting prayers and hymns. Then when he saw himself amongst those monkeys in his original form, he fainted straight away. Mahâprabhu called him: "Murâri! Get up! Just see My divine form. Have you forgotten who set Ravana's Lanka on fire? It was you, Hanuman! Get up and gaze on the form of Laksmana, who is the very embodiment of your life. Offer your obeisances to that one for whose sadness you cried so much (Sita devi)."

Hearing Mahâprabhu's voice Murâri regained his consciousness and seeing that form again he offered his dandavats again while crying in ecstatic love. Seeing this divine display of the Lord's infinite mercy towards Murâri, the devotees filled the sky with the sounds of "Hari! Hari!"

One evening, Mahâprabhu & Nityânanda Prabhu were sitting in the courtyard of Ärîvas Pandit when Murâri Gupta arrived there. First he offered his obeisances to Mahâprabhu and then to Nityânanda Prabhu.

Mahâprabhu told him: "Murâri! You have made a mistake. You offered your obeisances in the opposite order."

Murâri: "Prabhu! As you have inspired me, so I have done."

Mahâprabhu: "All right. Go home now and later you will be able to understand everything."

Murâri Gupta went to his house and after having his meal, lay down to take rest. That night he saw a dream. In his dream he saw the chief of the Mahabhagavat; Lord Nityânanda, his cloth tied up behind in the fashion of a wrestler, proceeding in front. Above his head was a great, many-headed serpent. In his hands were a plow and club. Nityânanda Prabhu appeared just as Balaram. Following behind, with a peacock feather on his head, was Ärî Visvambhar. (C. B. Mad. 20.14)

Lord Nityânanda is none other than Haladhar, the manifestation of Anantadeva, and the greatest devotee. Now Murâri could understand who is greater.

Mahâprabhu, smiling sweetly called him, "Murâri! Now have you understood? If you breach proper conduct then how will it look?" Murâri Gupta, in the depth of his dream began to call out "Nityânanda! Nityânanda!" with tears in his eyes. His wife then called out "Kèëòa! Kèëòa!" and woke him up. Murâri Gupta could understand the greatness of Nityânanda Prabhu's position now. It is he who reveals Lord Gaurâôga. Without his mercy one cannot get the mercy of Lord Caitanya.

On another day, Murâri Gupta came to Ärîvas's courtyard and saw Mahâprabhu seated very regally on a decorated sitting place, being served by his various devotees. Gadadhar was offering pan and betel nuts which Mahâprabhu was chewing very happily, while Narahari was fanning Him with a camara. Murâri Gupta offered his obeisances and Prabhu offered him some of the remnants of the chewed betel. Murâri placed the betel in his mouth and then wiped his hand on his head. Mahâprabhu told him: "Murâri! My offal has touched your body!" Murâri replied, "Today my entire body has become Purîfied." The prasadam of the Lord is completely nonmaterial. His self, His name, His prasadam, all are not different. If anyone thinks that His prasadam has become offal, by being in contact with His mouth then this is a great aparadh. The mouths of ordinary human beings are considered unclean but this doesn't apply to the supremely pure Personality of Godhead.

Having received the tambula (pan and betel) prasadam of Mahâprabhu, Murâri became intoxicated with love of Godhead and arrived at his house in this condition. His devoted wife, seeing that her husband had returned home, spread an asana and having seated him, she brought a plate of prasadam and placed it before him. Murâri, who was still in an ecstatic mood, was forming the rice in his hand into balls and saying "Eat! Eat!" He was then placing it on the ground. His wife could understand what was going on and thus she requested her husband, "Swamin! That is enough, don't give (Him) anymore, now you eat something."

Thereafter Murâri, still under the influence of ecstatic love, ate a little and then lay down to take rest. In the morning Mahâprabhu came to Murâri's house and began to call him. Murâri called out, "Kèëòa! Kèëòa!" and quickly got up from bed. Coming to the door he saw Caitanya Mahâprabhu and thus offered his obeisances and inquired what had brought the Lord to his house so early in the morning. Mahâprabhu replied; "Murâri! You forgot already? Last night, all the while saying "Eat! Eat!" you fed Me so much rice with ghee. If you offer me, then how can I refuse? But eating rice with so much ghee I have gotten indigestion. Now give me some medicine." Hearing this, Murâri felt very sorry, but Mahâprabhu immediately told him, "Murâri! By eating your nice rice I got indigestion, the medicine for that is your water." (C. B. Mad. 20.69)

Then seeing a lota of water which was sitting there, Mahâprabhu began to drink it up. Seeing this Murâri exclaimed, "Prabhu! I am a fallen, low class person. The water in my house is not fit for You." (Generally at that time brahmanas would not accept water or foodstuffs from the houses of non-brahmanas).

The Lord is known as bhakta-vatsala, who is very affectionate to His devotees. He accepts foodstuffs in the house of His devotee, and submissive to their love for Him, He is happy to remain in whatever condition they keep Him. Whatever they feed Him, He accepts very happily. Whatever they like, He likes. In this way the Lord enacted so many pastimes with His dear devotee, Hanuman (or Garuda, according to others' opinion).

One day Murâri Gupta began to reflect, "If I can leave my body in the Lord's presence then that will be very good." For this purpose he fashioned a large dagger and hid it in his house. But the supreme Lord Ärî Caitanya, who is totally omniscient immediately came to his house and called, "Murâri!, I have so many pastimes to complete in your company. If you go away then how will I go on? I know everything."

Murâri caught hold of the Lord's feet and began to cry. Thereafter Mahâprabhu consoled him and after explaining to him many things He returned to His own house. Murâri Gupta was present with the Lord during all of his pastimes in Nadiya Nagar.

Every year when the devotees would go to Purî, Murâri Gupta would go along with his wife and they would take many preparations of foodstuffs to offer to the Lord.

"This was brought by Vasudeva Datta and this by Murâri Gupta! This was brought by Buddhimanta Khan. Just see all these various preparations!" (C. C. Antya lila).

There has been a temple constructed by Gaudiya Math, in memory of Murâri Gupta Ùhâkur, near Ballal dighi in Ärîdham Mayapur.

Capítulo XX


Descripción de las Glorias Garcia Murari de

Texto 1

Gloria, gloria al león justo que es el hijo de Saci! ¡Gloria al Señor, cuyos pies eliminar todos los sufrimientos!

Texto 2

Gloria al Señor que es la vida y amo de Gadadhara! Oh Señor, por favor ten misericordia de mí. Por favor, que mi corazón para estar siempre a tus pies.

Texto 3

En cuanto a los devotos, y su corazón lleno de amor, Señor Chaitanya bailaron, cantaron, lloraron y rieron.

Texto 4

Todos los días, acompañado por sus devotos, el Señor Chaitanya ha gozado de muchos pasatiempos feliz.

Texto 5

Un día, acompañado de Nityananda, Señor Chaitanya fue a la casa Shrivasa y disfrutado muchos pasatiempos allí.

Texto 6

En ese momento Murari Gupta también llegó y se ofreció reverencias a los pies dandavat del Señor Chaitanya.

Texto 7

Entonces ofreció reverencias a los pies del Señor Nityananda. Luego se adelantó a los dos señores refulgente.

Texto 8

Muy satisfecho en el fondo con Murari Gupta, Señor Chaitanya honestamente le dijo:

Texto 9

"Murari, no actuó con razón. Usted ofreció reverencias en la dirección equivocada.

Texto 10

"Tengo que usted enseña? ¿No sabes? ¿Por qué saltar por encima de las reglas de etiqueta?

Texto 11

Murari respondió: "Señor, ¿qué sé yo? Yo simplemente sigo mi corazón."

Texto 12

Señor Chaitanya dijo: "Bien. Bien. Por ahora volver a casa. Mañana voy a explicar todo a usted."

Texto 13

Sentir la alegría y el miedo, con respeto Murari izquierda. Volvió a casa y se fue a dormir.

Texto 14

En un sueño que vio el Señor Nityananda, el mejor de los Vaishnavas, vestido como un luchador, caminando delante de muchos otros.

Texto 15

Vio campanas de la gran serpiente se cierne sobre la cabeza del Señor Nityananda. Vio a un arado y una Clua en manos del Señor Nityananda.

Texto 16

Vio que la forma del Señor Nityananda era como Balarama. Detrás caminaba el Señor Nityananda Señor Chaitanya, una pluma de pavo real en su heredero.

Texto 17

En el sueño Señor Chaitanya sonrió y dijo: "Murari, ahora te entiendo. Yo soy más joven. Por favor, comprenda esto en su corazón."

Texto 18

Echando un vistazo a Murari, los dos Señores sonrió. De esta manera, los dos hermanos enseñó Murari. Luego se fueron.

Texto 19

Despertando, Murari lloró. Respirando pesadamente, gritó "Nityananda!" una y otra again.Text 20

Preocupado, santa esposa Murari comenzó cantando "Krishna! Krishna! Krishna!"

Texto 21

Entendimiento ", Nityananda es el hermano mayor", Murari felizmente fue a la casa del Señor Chaitanya.

Texto 22

Los ojos de loto Señor Caitanya estaba sentado, y Nityananda Señor, su rostro lleno de felicidad, estaba en su derecho.

Texto 23

En primer lugar Murari se inclinó ante los pies del Señor Nityananda. Luego se inclinó ante los pies del Señor Chaitanya.

Texto 24

Sonriendo, Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Murari, ¿por qué hiciste eso?" Murari respondió: "Señor, no puedo sino seguir.

Texto 25

"Como se mueve paja seca en el viento, por lo que todos los seres vivos están sujetos a su poder supremo."

Texto 26

Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Murari, te quiero más a mí. Por eso he abierto mi corazón a ti."

Texto 27

De este modo Señor Chaitanya reveló la verdad sobre sí mismo a Murari Gupta. A la izquierda del Señor fue el querido devoto Gadadhara, quien sostuvo betelnuts en sus manos.

Texto 28

Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Murari es el primero de mis servidores". Al hablar estas palabras, el Señor tomó algunas betelnuts había masticado y les dio a Murari.

Texto 29

Murari respetuosamente les tomó en sus manos. Masticar ellos, Murari se convirtió en salvaje con la felicidad.

Texto 30

Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Murari, lávese las manos." Murari se limpió las manos en la cabeza.

Texto 31

Señor Chaitanya dijo: "Ahora te has convertido en un miserable de las castas inferiores. Pusiste mis restos en su cuerpo."

Texto 32

Ahora Señor Chaitanya entró en el estado de ánimo de ser la Suprema Personalidad de Dios. Rechinando los dientes, dijo:

Texto 33

"En Varanasi la vida de un sannyasi Prakasananda nombre. Una y otra vez ese miserable de mí cortes en trozos. En su mente piensa que es bueno para mi corte de separación.

Texto 34

"Es profesor de Vedanta, pero él no da importancia a mi forma. He puesto la lepra en su cuerpo, pero todavía no entiende.

Texto 35

"Los innumerables universos todos residen en mi cuerpo. Todavía este miserable dice que mi cuerpo es sólo una ilusión. ¿Cómo puedo tolerar esto?

Texto 36

"Murari, eres mi siervo. Lo que os digo es la verdad. Cualquier persona que no respete mi cuerpo perecerá.

Texto 37

"Brahma, Siva, y Sesa Ananta servir a mi cuerpo. Pensando que tan caro como sus propias vidas, todo el culto semidioses mi cuerpo.

Texto 38

"Simplemente tocando Mi cuerpo se convierte en uno más puro de los puros. Todavía este miserable dice que Mi cuerpo es una ilusión. ¿Cómo puedo tolerar esto?

Texto 39

"Esta forma me muestran ahora para ti es eterno. Es eterna. Yo soy eterno. Mis siervos son eternas. Estamos eterna.

Texto 40

"Mis pasatiempos son eternas. Mi morada es eterna. Cualquiera que diga que son ilusiones me corta en pedazos.

Texto 41

"Simplemente es por el oír mi glorias uno destruye la ignorancia sin comienzo de este mundo. Sin embargo, los pecadores enseñar,« los pasatiempos del Señor son ilusiones ".

Texto 42

"Al probar el néctar de la audición de mi gloria, el Señor Siva se vuelve tan intoxicado que se viste sólo por las cuatro direcciones. Ananta Sesha, que sostiene todos los mundos, siempre canta Mi glorias.

Texto 43

"Sukadeva, Narada, y todos los sabios dejarse embriagar por la audición de mi gloria. Los cuatro Vedas, describen la grandeza de mi gloria.

Texto 44

"O Murari Gupta, quien no hace honor Mi glorias sagradas no va a entender mi descenso a este mundo.

Texto 45

De este modo Señor Chaitanya enseñó Murari Gupta. Él dijo: "Mi forma, los funcionarios, los pasatiempos, y moradas son eternos."

Texto 46

De este modo Señor Chaitanya enseñó la verdad acerca de sí mismo. Cualquier persona que no está de acuerdo con estas conclusiones perecerá.

Texto 47

Un instante después, Señor Chaitanya recobró la conciencia externa. Una vez más fue el más humilde de los brahmanes sin un centavo.

Texto 48

Llamándolo "hermano", el Señor Chaitanya abrazó Murari Gupta. Mostrando un gran afecto por él, Señor Chaitanya amablemente dijo,

Texto 49

"Murari, te digo la verdad: Tú eres mi siervo puro. Usted sabe la verdad acerca de Nityananda.

Texto 50

"Aunque él dice ser Mi devoto, a alguien que tenga una sola semilla de sésamo la pena de odio hacia el Señor Nityananda no es querido para mí.

Texto 51

"Ahora, por favor ir a casa, Murari Gupta. Me has comprado. ¿Sabes el secreto de Nityananda."

Texto 52

De este modo Señor Chaitanya hecho Murari Gupta el objeto de su misericordia. Sólo Hanuman recibido la misericordia como Murari.

Texto 53

Murari Gupta alegría volvió a casa. Señor Chaitanya y Nityananda Señor se quedó en su corazón.

Texto 54

Agitado en el fondo, Murari regresó a su casa. Dijo que una cosa como otra, y luego se echó a reír alegremente.

Texto 55

Con gran alegría le dijo: "Voy a comer." Su devota esposa trajo a su comida.

Texto 56

Agitado por la degustación del néctar del amor para el Señor Chaitanya, Murari gritó: "¡Come! Comer!", Y puñados de comida esparcidos por todas partes.

Texto 57

Mezclar el arroz y ghee, vertió la combinación en el suelo. "Krishna, comer! Eat! Eat!", Dijo una y otra vez.

Texto 58

Mirando las acciones Murari Gupta, su devota esposa sonrió. Una y otra vez que ella le llevaba comida, y una y otra vez derramó en el suelo.

Texto 59

La devota esposa sabía ", Murari Gupta es un gran devoto del Señor". Cantando, "Krishna", recordó a su marido del Señor Krishna.

Texto 60

De esta manera Murari Gupta ofrece comida al Señor Krishna y Krishna Señor la aceptó. Señor Krishna nunca rechazó la solicitud de Murari.

Texto 61

Murari ofreció comida de esta manera, y el Señor Krishna se lo comió. A la mañana siguiente se levantó temprano Señor Chaitanya y fue a visitar a Murari Gupta.

Texto 62

Muraru Gupta sentado, absorto en la dicha de gritar el nombre del Señor Krishna. En ese momento entró Señor Chaitanya. Al verlo, Murari Gupta a la vez que ofrece reverencias.

Texto 63

Con gran respeto Murari Gupta ofreció al Señor un lugar para sentarse. Señor Chaitanya, el hijo de Jagannatha Misra, se sentó.

Texto 64

Murari Gupta dijo: "Señor, ¿por qué has venido?" Señor Chaitanya respondió: "He venido por un medicamento".

Texto 65

Murari Gupta dijo: "¿Puede usted decir cuál es la causa de su indigestión? ¿Qué comiste ayer?"

Texto 66

Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Rascal, ¿cómo saber cuál es mi enfermedad? Decir en voz alta, 'Eat! Eat!', Se tiró la comida al suelo.

Texto 67

"Se ha olvidado, pero la esposa que lo sabe todo. Cuando usted ofrece, ¿cómo no puedo comer?

Texto 68

"Ahora tienes que darme la medicina. Su comida es la causa de mi indigestión.

Texto 69

"El agua potable indigestión curas. Su alimentos causada Mi indigestión. Por lo tanto el agua será la medicina para curarse."

Texto 70

Después de pronunciar estas palabras, Señor Chaitanya tomó la taza de agua Murari, lleno de agua con el néctar de la devoción pura, y se lo bebió.

Texto 71

Al ver la misericordia del Señor, Murari cayó inconsciente. Murari familia lloraba en el gran amor.

Texto 72

El Señor, sus siervos, y su servicio devocional son así. la misericordia del Señor Chaitanya manifiesta todas las características de la devoción pura.

Texto 73

funcionarios Murari Gupta alcanzado misericordia del Señor Chaitanya, la misericordia del bhattacaryas gran Nadiya nunca vio.

Texto 74

Material de aprendizaje, la riqueza y la fama de no traer nada de valor. Su es la misericordia de los Vaishnavas que trae el resultado muy valiosa de participación en el servicio devocional.

Texto 75

¿Por qué no se llega a ser un siervo o sierva de los Vaishnavas? Los Vedas declaran, "Los siervos y las siervas de la Vaishnavas son el mayor de todos."

Texto 76

Todos los días del Señor Chaitanya dado a su misericordia a Murari Gupta.

Texto 77

Por favor, escucha. Escucha la maravillosa historia de Murari Gupta. El que oye hablar Murari Gupta llega el gran tesoro del servicio devocional.

Texto 78

Un día, en casa de Shrivasa, Señor Chaitanya, rugiente, manifestó su propia forma.

Texto 79

En las manos de Su forma Mantuvo una caracola, chakra, club, y el loto. Él gritó: "Garuda! Garuda!"

Texto 80

En ese momento, haciendo un gran sonido, Murari Gupta entraron en la casa de Shrivasa.

Texto 81

El estado de ánimo de Garuda entró en el cuerpo Murari Gupta. Murari Gupta dijo: "Yo soy. Yo soy el alma de gran Garuda."

Texto 82

Señor Chaitanya gritó: "Garuda! Garuda!" Murari Gupta respondió: "Yo soy. Yo soy tu siervo."

Texto 83

Señor Chaitanya dijo: "Hijo, tú eres mi compañía?" "Yo soy. Yo soy.", Respondió Murari Gupta.

Texto 84

Murari Gupta dijo: "Usted ha olvidado. Llevé Usted y el árbol de Parijata Svaragaloka.

Texto 85

"Usted ha olvidado. Te lleva a Vanapura. Corté pavo real Karttikeya en pedazos.

Texto 86

"Señor, por favor del clima sobre mis hombros. Dar la orden. ¿A qué universo ¿Quieres que te lleve?"

Texto 87

El Señor Chaitanya, el hijo de Jagannatha Misra, se subió a los hombros Murari Gupta. Hubo una gran voz de "Jaya! Jaya!" en la casa de Shrivasa.

Texto 88

Llevar a la diosa Lakshmi marido sobre sus hombros, Murari Gupta corrían por todas partes en el patio.

Texto 89

Las mujeres hacían sonidos auspicioso. Con gran amor a todos los devotos lloró.

Texto 90

Una persona dijo, "Jaya! Jaya!" Otro dijo: "Hari!" Otro dijo: "Nunca voy a olvidar algo así."

Texto 91

Algunos alegría golpeaban los brazos y los muslos. Unos decían: ¡Qué bello es el Señor! " Algunos sonreían y se reían.

Texto 92

Alguien levantó los brazos e hizo un llamamiento en voz alta, "¡Gloria, gloria a Viswambhara, que es llevado por Murari Gupta!"

Texto 93

Señor Chaitanya sacudió a un lado a otro sobre los hombros de los Murari. Luego Murari alegría corrió hacia la casa.

Texto 94

Los impíos no vio los pasatiempos del Señor Chaitanya manifiesta en Navadvipa.

Texto 95

La riqueza, la familia, y la fama no le ayuda a alcanzar el Señor Krishna. Señor Chaitanya es conquistada sólo por el servicio devocional.

Texto 96

Los siervos del Señor ya las criadas, que dan a luz después de su nacimiento habían adorado al Señor, felizmente contempló todos estos pasatiempos.

Texto 97

Los que vieron estos pasatiempos amabilidad de los describió a los demás. Aún así los impíos no les creyó.

Texto 98

En este Madhya-khanda se describe el pasatiempo del Señor Chaitanya de escalada en los hombros de Murari Gupta. Cada vez que el Señor desciende a este mundo Murari Gupta es su primera de sus siervos.

Texto 99

Estos pasatiempos no tener fin. Los Vedas dicen, "A veces son visibles (avirbhava), ya veces se ocultan (tirobhava).

Text 100

Volviendo a la conciencia externa, y ahora muy tranquilo, Señor Chaitanya se bajó de los hombros de Murari. Murari Gupta aceptación de su estado de ánimo de Garuda se detuvo.

Texto 101

La gente común no entiende estas pasatiempos confidenciales, donde el Señor Chaitanya se sube a los hombros Murari Gupta.

Texto 102

Al ver la misericordia del Señor Chaitanya dio a Murari Gupta, el círculo de Vaishnavas Murari elogió, diciendo: "¡Glorioso! Glorioso! Gloriosa!"

Texto 103

Murari Gupta fue un devoto de la muy gloriosa y feliz. Su servicio devocional al Señor Vishnu había dado un fruto muy grande, porque tenía la fortaleza para cumplirla Señor Chaitanya en Sus pasatiempos.

Texto 104

Hay muchas otras historias sagradas de Murari Gupta, y se describirá en su momento.

Texto 105

Un día, de corazón puro Murari Gupta pensamiento en su corazón acerca de las encarnaciones del Señor.

Texto 106

Pensó: "Entiendo que, con lo que sus miembros y extremidades sua-, el Señor desciende a este mundo para cumplir su misión.

Texto 107

"Pero no entiendo pasatiempos del Señor Krishna. ¿Por qué El actuar como lo hace? A veces Él crea, ya veces destruye.

Texto 108

"¿Por qué, después de rescatar a Sita y matar a Ravana y parientes de Ravana, el Señor hizo abandonar Sita al final?

Texto 109

"Él con toda tranquilidad, vistos como el Yadavas, que eran queridos a él como su propia vida, perdieron la vida.

Texto 110

"Por lo tanto voy a renunciar a este cuerpo ahora, mientras que el mismo Señor está personalmente presente en este mundo.

Texto 111

"Ahora es el tiempo, mientras que el propio Señor está en este mundo, para mí para poner fin a este órgano."

Texto 112

En su corazón renunciando al mundo, Murari tiene un cuchillo muy afilado para cortar significaba caracolas.

Texto 113

Manteniendo el cuchillo en su casa, pensó: "Con gozo en mi corazón, esta noche voy a poner fin a este cuerpo."

Texto 114

Señor Chaitanya, quien es la Superalma en el corazón de todos los seres vivos, conocía los pensamientos en el corazón de Murari.

Texto 115

El Señor fue rápidamente a la casa de Murari. Murari Gupta respetuosamente se inclinó ante los pies del Señor.

Texto 116

Sentirse muy misericordioso con Murari Gupta, Señor Chaitanya se sentó y habló sobre el Señor Krishna.

Texto 117

Señor Chaitanya dijo: "Murari Gupta, debe seguir mi orden." Murari Gupta dijo: "Señor, mi cuerpo es tu propiedad".

Texto 118

Señor Chaitanya dijo: "¿Es que la verdad?" Murari Gupta dijo que "es." Señor Chaitanya susurró al oído de los Murari, "Dame el cuchillo.

Texto 119

"Trae el cuchillo que utilizará para salir de su cuerpo. Give It to Me. Es en esta casa."

Texto 120

"Haya de la Torre! Haya", Murari Gupta dijo, infeliz en el corazón. Murarii dijo: "Alguien le ha dicho esta mentira. ¿Quién es?"

Texto 121

Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Murari, veo que usted no es muy inteligente. Usted dice que alguien me habló de esto y que la forma que conozco de ella?

Texto 122

"Tomé el cuchillo y se lo di a ti. Así es como yo sé. Sé dónde escondió el cuchillo."

Texto 123

Señor Chaitanya, la Superalma en el corazón de todos, lo sabe todo. Se fue, encontró el cuchillo, y volvió con ella.

Texto 124

Señor Chaitanya, dijo, "Murari Gupta, esta es la forma de actuar! ¿Cuál es mi culpa que me quieres dejar y que desaparezcan?

Texto 125

"Si te vas, entonces, ¿quién me ayudará en mi pasatiempos? ¿De dónde sacaste esa idea?

Texto 126

"Murari, por favor dame este regalo: Nunca pensar como esto otra vez."

Texto 127

Señor Chaitanya Murari abrazó y luego puso su mano sobre la cabeza de Murari.

Texto 128

Señor Chaitanya dijo: "Usted va a comer mi cabeza. Comerás Mi cabeza si me quieres dejar otra vez.".

Texto 129

Murari una vez cayó al suelo. Con lágrimas de amor que lava los pies del Señor.

Texto 130

Agarre los pies del Señor, santo Murari lloró. Abrazando Murari, Señor Chaitanya lloró.

Texto 131

Lakshmi, Brahma, Ananta Sesha, y Siva anhelan alcanzar la misericordia que el Señor Chaitanya dio a Murari Gupta.

Texto 132

Los semidioses no son diferentes de Señor Chaitanya. "Los semidioses no son diferentes de Lord Krishna". Esta Vedas declaran.

Texto 133

Suponiendo que la forma de Ananta Sesha, Señor Chaitanya sostiene los mundos. Suponiendo que la forma de Brahma, el Señor Chaitanya crea el mundo.

Texto 134

Suponiendo que la forma de Siva, Señor Chaitanya destruye el mundo. Con su propia boca Habla oraciones glorifican a sí mismo.

Texto 135

Los semidioses no son diferentes de parte del Señor. Ellos no son diferentes. Todos ellos sirven los pies del Señor Chaitanya.

Texto 136

Si incluso una cantos de aves del Señor Chaitanya nombre, para que el alma con ir a la morada del Señor Chaitanya. Esa es la verdad.

Texto 137

Si un sannyasi no canto Señor Chaitanya nombre, aquella alma será la vida después de la vida haya nacido ciego entre los seres malvados.

Texto 138

Es un ladrón en la ropa de asnnyasi. Él es un blasfemo-sannyasi, un pecador.

Texto 139

Un blasfemo-sannyasi no es diferente de un ladrón. Ambos son grandes blasfemos. Los Vedas se refieren a esa persona, "un enemigo de los demás".

Texto 140

Este enemigo se describe en estas palabras del Purana Brihan-Naradiya:

prakatam sreyan patitah

ya eko svayam yaty adhah

svayam baka-vrittih papah

api Aparan patayaty

"Un tipo de pecador mismo cae en el infierno. Otro tipo, un hipócrita que engaña a los demás, hace que otras almas caerán al infierno.

Texto 141

haranti dasyavo 'kutyam

vimohyastrair dhanam nrinam

caritrair ati-tikshnagrair

EVAM vadair baka-vratah

"A medida que los ladrones de amenazar a otros con las armas en un lugar apartado y Roa de sus riquezas, así que con palabras muy fuertes predicadores falsos roa los demás".

Texto 142

En Shrimad-Bhagavatam (12.3.38, se dice:

pratrigrahishyanti sudrah


Dharmam vakshyanty adharma-JNA


"Para ganarse el sustento sudras se vestirán como sannyasis y aceptar limosnas. Las personas que conocen los pecados sólo se sentará en un trono y enseñar la religión."

Texto 143

Pensando un impostor es un sannyasi cierto, el peaople saber de él blasfemia de Vaishnavas. De esta manera, el pueblo perece.

Texto 144

Si uno escucha la blasfemia de personas santas, su piedad se destruirán. Nacimiento después del nacimiento será caído. Esta Vedas dicen.

Texto 145

Un ladrón sufre en un solo nacimiento, pero sufre un blasfemo de nacimiento después del nacimiento y momento tras momento.

Texto 146

Por lo tanto un blasfemo-sannyasi es un ladrón. Es innumerables veces más pecaminosa que un ladrón.

Texto 147

Brom Brahma hasta las plantas inmóviles, cada ser viviente es la potencia del Señor Krishna. Por lo tanto todas las Escrituras dicen: "El que blasfeme otra iras Señor Krishna."

Texto 148

Señor Krishna ofrece a cualquier persona que no es un blasfemo y que una vez canta "Krishna!" Esa es la verdad. Es la verdad.

Texto 149

Si una persona estudia blasfema los cuatro Vedas y luego otros, caerá en el infierno llamado Kumbhipaka. Allí van a sufrir de nacimiento después del nacimiento.

Texto 150

Una persona que estudia Shrimad-Bhagavatam y, a continuación, su inteligencia destrozado, blasfema Señor Nityananda, será completamente destruida.

Texto 151

Los blasfemos no tienen fe en el Señor Chaitanya pasatiempos eternos manifiesta en Navadvipa.

Texto 152

Ellos cuyos pensamientos y acciones se colocan a los pies del Señor Chaitanya quedarse con el nacimiento Señor Chaitanya después del nacimiento.

Texto 153

Nunca voy a mirar a yoguis que tienen ocho perfecciones Mysti pero no la devoción al Señor Chaitanya. Estas personas son pecadores impíos.

Texto 154

Después de consolar Garcia Murari, Señor Chaitanya feliz regresó a su casa.

Texto 155

Estas son las glorias de Murari Gupta. ¿Cómo puedo realmente describir todas sus glorias?

Texto 156

Desde la boca del Señor Nityananda he escuchado un poco de las glorias del Vaishnavas.

Texto 157

Pueda el Señor Nityananda ser mi maestro de nacimiento después del nacimiento. Por su misericordia me atrae Señor Chaitanya.

Texto 158

Señor Chaitanya, hijo de Jagannatha Misra, gloria, gloria a Ti! Rezo para que su Nityananda será el gran tesoro de mi vida.

Texto 159

Yo mi corazón siempre mantenga Señor Chaitanya, que es la vida misma de Él (el Señor Nityananda, quien es el dueño de mi vida.

Texto 160

Las dos lunas Shri Krishna Chaitanya y Nityananda Shri eres mi vida y alma. Yo, Vrindavana Dasa, cantan las glorias de sus pies.

Murari-gupta-prabhava-varnana - Description of Murari Gupta's Glories (Caitanya Bhagavata Madhya Capítulo 20)

Chapter Twenty


Description of Murari Gupta's Glories

Text 1

Glory, glory to the fair lion who is the son of Saci! Glory to the Lord whose feet remove all sufferings!

Text 2

Glory to the Lord who is life and master of Gadadhara! O Lord, please be merciful to me. Please allow my heart to stay always at Your feet.

Text 3

Looking at the devotees, and His heart filled with love, Lord Chaitanya danced, sang, wept, and laughed.

Text 4

Every day, accompanied by His devotees, Lord Chaitanya enjoyed many blissful pastimes.

Text 5

One day, accompanied by Nityananda, Lord Chaitanya went to Shrivasa's home and enjoyed many pastimes there.

Text 6

At that time Murari Gupta also came and offered dandavat obeisances to Lord Chaitanya's feet.

Text 7

Then he offered obeisances to Lord Nityananda's feet. Then he stood before the two effulgent Lords.

Text 8

Very pleased at heart with Murari Gupta, Lord Chaitanya honestly said to him,

Text 9

"Murari, you did not act rightly. You offered obeisances in the wrong way.

Text 10

"Must I teach You? Do you not know? Why do you jump over the rules of etiquette?"

Text 11

Murari replied, "Lord, what do I know? I simply follow my heart."

Text 12

Lord Chaitanya said, "Good. Good. For now go home. Tomorrow I will explain everything to you."

Text 13

Feeling both joy and fear, Murari respectfully left. He returned home and went to sleep.

Text 14

In a dream he saw Lord Nityananda, the best of the Vaishnavas, dressed as a wrestler, walking ahead of many others.

Text 15

He saw great serpent's hoods hovering over Lord Nityananda's head. He saw a plow and a cluâ in Lord Nityananda's hands.

Text 16

He saw that Lord Nityananda's form was like Balarama. Behind Lord Nityananda walked Lord Chaitanya, a peacock feather in His heir.

Text 17

In the dream Lord Chaitanya smiled and said, "Murari, now you understand. I am younger. Please understand this in your heart."

Text 18

Glancing at Murari, the two Lords smiled. In this way the two brothers taught Murari. Then They left.

Text 19

Waking up, Murari wept. Breathing heavily, he called out "Nityananda!" again and again.

Text 20

Worried, Murari's saintly wife began chanting "Krishna! Krishna! Krishna!"

Text 21

Understanding, "Nityananda is the elder brother", Murari happily went to Lord Chaitanya's home.

Text 22

Lotus-eyed Lord Chaitanya was seated, and Lord Nityananda, His face filled with happiness, was at His right.

Text 23

First Murari bowed down before Lord Nityananda's feet. Then he bowed down before Lord Chaitanya's feet.

Text 24

Smiling, Lord Chaitanya said, "Murari, why did You do that?" Murari replied, "Lord, I only follow.

Text 25

"As a dry straw moves in the wind, so all living beings are subject to Your supreme power."

Text 26

Lord Chaitanya said, "Murari, you are dear to Me. That is why I have opened My heart to you."

Text 27

In this way Lord Chaitanya revealed the truth about Himself to Murari Gupta. On the Lord's left was the dear devotee Gadadhara, who held betelnuts in his hands.

Text 28

Lord Chaitanya said, "Murari is the first of My servants". Speaking these words, the Lord took some betelnuts He had chewed and gave them to Murari.

Text 29

Murari respectfully took them in his hands. Chewing them, Murari became wild with bliss.

Text 30

Lord Chaitanya said, "Murari, wash your hands." Murari wiped his hands on his head.

Text 31

Lord Chaitanya said, "Now you've become a low-caste wretch. You placed My remnants on your body."

Text 32

Now Lord Chaitanya entered the mood of being the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Gnashing His teeth, He said,

Text 33

"In Varanasi lives a sannyasi named Prakasananda. Again and again this wretch cuts Me into pieces. In his mind he thinks it is good to cut Me apart.

Text 34

"He teaches Vedanta, but he does not give importance to My form. I have placed leprosy in his body, but still he does not understand.

Text 35

"The numberless universes all reside in My body. Still this wretch says My body is only an illusion. How can I tolerate this?

Text 36

"Murari, you are My servant. What I tell you is the truth. Anyone who does not respect My body will perish.

Text 37

"Brahma, Siva, and Ananta Sesa serve My body. Thinking it as dear as their own lives, all the demigods worship My body.

Text 38

"Simply by touching My body one becomes the purest of the pure. Still this wretch says that My body is an illusion. How can I tolerate this?

Text 39

"This form I now show to you is eternal. It is eternal. I am eternal. My servants are eternal. We are eternal.

Text 40

"My pastimes are eternal. My abode is eternal. Anyone who says they are illusions cuts Me into pieces.

Text 41

"Simply by hearing My glories one destroys the beginningless ignorance of this world. Still, the sinners teach, `The Lord's pastimes are illusions'.

Text 42

"By tasting the nectar of hearing My glories, Lord Siva becomes so intoxicated that he is clothed only by the four directions. Ananta Sesha, who holds up all the worlds, always chants My glories.

Text 43

"Sukadeva, Narada, and all the sages become intoxicated by hearing My glories. The four Vedas describe the greatness of My glories.

Text 44

"O Murari Gupta, anyone who does not honor My sacred glories will not understand My descent to this world.

Text 45

In this way Lord Chaitanya taught Murari Gupta. He said, "My form, servants, pastimes, and abodes are all eternal."

Text 46

In this way Lord Chaitanya taught the truth about Himself. Anyone who does not agree with these conclusions will perish.

Text 47

The next moment Lord Chaitanya returned to external consciousness. Again He was the most humble of penniless brahmanas.

Text 48

Calling him "brother", Lord Chaitanya embraced Murari Gupta. Showing great affection for him, Lord Chaitanya kindly said,

Text 49

"Murari, I tell you the truth: You are My pure servant. You know the truth about Nityananda.

Text 50

"Even if he claims to be My devotee, anyone who has even a single sesame seed's worth of hatred for Lord Nityananda is not dear to Me.

Text 51

"Now please go home, Murari Gupta. You have purchased Me. You know the secret of Nityananda."

Text 52

In this way Lord Chaitanya made Murari Gupta the object of His mercy. Only Hanuman received mercy like Murari.

Text 53

Murari Gupta joyfully returned home. Lord Chaitanya and Lord Nityananda stayed in his heart.

Text 54

Agitated at heart, Murari returned home. He said one thing, did another, and then happily laughed.

Text 55

With great joy he said, "I will eat." His devoted wife brought his meal.

Text 56

Agitated by tasting the nectar of love for Lord Chaitanya, Murari called out, "Eat! Eat!", and scattered handsful of food everywhere.

Text 57

Mixing rice and ghee, he poured the combination on the floor. "Krishna, eat! Eat! Eat!", he said again and again.

Text 58

Watching Murari Gupta's actions, his devoted wife smiled. Again and again she brought him food, and again and again he poured on the floor.

Text 59

The devoted wife knew, "Murari Gupta is a great devotee of the Lord". Chanting, "Krishna!", she reminded her husband of Lord Krishna.

Text 60

In this way Murari Gupta offered food to Lord Krishna and Lord Krishna accepted it. Lord Krishna never rejected Murari's request.

Text 61

Murari offered food in this way, and Lord Krishna ate it. The next morning Lord Chaitanya rose early and went to visit Murari Gupta.

Text 62

Muraru Gupta sat, rapt in the bliss of chanting Lord Krishna's name. At that time Lord Chaitanya entered. Seeing Him, Murari Gupta at once offered obeisances.

Text 63

With great respect Murari Gupta offered the Lord a place to sit. Lord Chaitanya, the son of Jagannatha Misra, sat down.

Text 64

Murari Gupta said, "Lord, why have You come?" Lord Chaitanya replied, "I have come for a medicine."

Text 65

Murari Gupta said, "Can You say what is the cause of Your indigestion? What did You eat yesterday?"

Text 66

Lord Chaitanya said, "Rascal, how did you know what was my disease? Calling out, `Eat! Eat!', you threw the food on the floor.

Text 67

"You have forgotten, but you wife knows everything. When you offer, how can I not eat?

Text 68

"Now you have to give Me medicine. Your food is the cause of My indigestion.

Text 69

"Drinking water cures indigestion. Your food caused My indigestion. Therefore your water will be the medicine to cure it."

Text 70

After speaking these words, Lord Chaitanya picked up Murari's cup of water, water filled with the nectar of pure devotion, and drank it.

Text 71

Seeing the Lord's mercy, Murari fell unconscious. Murari's family wept in great love.

Text 72

The Lord, His servants, and their devotional service are like this. Lord Chaitanya's mercy manifested all the features of pure devotion.

Text 73

Murari Gupta's servants attained Lord Chaitanya's mercy, mercy the great bhattacaryas in Nadiya never saw.

Text 74

Material learning, wealth, and fame do not bring anything of value. Its is the mercy of the Vaishnavas that brings the very valuable result of engagement in devotional service.

Text 75

Why should one not become a servant or maidservant to the Vaishnavas? The Vedas declare, "The servants and maidservants of the Vaishnavas are the greatest of all."

Text 76

Every day Lord Chaitanya gave His mercy to Murari Gupta.

Text 77

Please hear. Hear the wonderful story of Murari Gupta. One who hears about Murari Gupta attains the great treasure of devotional service.

Text 78

One day, at Shrivasa's home, Lord Chaitanya, roaring, manifested His own form.

Text 79

In His form hands He held a conchshell, cakra, club, and lotus. He called out, "Garuda! Garuda!"

Text 80

At that moment, making a great sound, Murari Gupta entered Shrivasa's home.

Text 81

The mood of Garuda entered Murari Gupta's body. Murari Gupta said, "I am he. I am the great soul Garuda."

Text 82

Lord Chaitanya called out, "Garuda! Garuda!" Murari Gupta replied, "I am he. I am Your servant."

Text 83

Lord Chaitanya said, "Son, you are My carrier?" "I am. I am.", Murari Gupta replied.

Text 84

Murari Gupta said, "You have forgotten. I carried You and the parijata tree from Svaragaloka.

Text 85

"You have forgotten. I carried You to Vanapura. I cut Karttikeya's peacock into pieces.

Text 86

"Lord, please climâ on My shoulders. Give the order. To which universe shall I carry You?"

Text 87

The Lord Chaitanya, the son of Jagannatha Misra, climbed on Murari Gupta's shoulders. There was a great sound of "Jaya! Jaya!" in Shrivasa's home.

Text 88

Carrying Goddess Lakshmi's husband on his shoulders, Murari Gupta ran everywhere in the courtyard.

Text 89

The women made auspicious sounds. With great love all the devotees wept.

Text 90

One person said, "Jaya! Jaya!" Another said, "Hari!" Another said, "Never will I forget seeing this."

Text 91

Some joyfully slapped their arms and thighs. Some said, "How glorious is the Lord!" Some smiled and laughed.

Text 92

Someone raised his arms and loudly called, "Glory, glory to Visvambhara, who is carried by Murari Gupta!"

Text 93

Lord Chaitanya rocked to an fro on Murari's shoulders. Then Murari joyfully ran into the house.

Text 94

The impious did not see the pastimes Lord Chaitanya manifested in Navadvipa.

Text 95

Wealth, family, and fame will not help one attain Lord Krishna. Lord Chaitanya is conquered only by devotional service.

Text 96

The Lord's servants and maidservants, who birth after birth had worshiped the Lord, happily gazed at all these pastimes.

Text 97

They who saw these pastimes kindly described them to others. Still the impious would not believe them.

Text 98

In this Madhya-khanda is described the pastime of Lord Chaitanya's climbing on Murari Gupta's shoulders. Every time the Lord descends to this world Murari Gupta is His first of His servants.

Text 99

These pastimes have no end. The Vedas say, "Sometimes they are visible (avirbhava), and sometimes they are hidden (tirobhava).

Text 100

Returning to external consciousness, and now very peaceful, Lord Chaitanya climbed down from Murari's shoulders. Murari Gupta's acceptance of Garuda's mood came to a stop.

Text 101

Ordinary people do not understand these confidential pastimes, where Lord Chaitanya climbs on Murari Gupta's shoulders.

Text 102

Seeing the mercy Lord Chaitanya gave to Murari Gupta, the circle of Vaishnavas praised Murari, saying, "Glorious! Glorious! Glorious!"

Text 103

Murari Gupta was a very glorious and fortunate devotee. His devotional service to Lord Vishnu had borne a very great fruit, for he had the power to carry Lord Chaitanya in His pastimes.

Text 104

There are many other sacred stories of Murari Gupta, and they will be described in due course.

Text 105

One day pure-hearted Murari Gupta thought in his heart about the Lord's incarnations.

Text 106

He thought, "I understand that, bringing His limbs and suâ-limbs, the Lord descends to this world to fulfill His mission.

Text 107

"But I do not understand Lord Krishna's pastimes. Why does He act as He does? Sometimes He creates, and sometimes He destroys.

Text 108

"Why, after rescuing Sita and killing Ravana and Ravana's kinsmen, did the Lord abandon Sita at the end?

Text 109

"He peacefully watched as the Yadavas, who were dear to Him as His own life, lost their lives.

Text 110

"Therefore I will give up this body now, while the Lord Himself is personally present in this world.

Text 111

"Now is the time, while the Lord Himself is on this earth, for Me to end this body."

Text 112

In his heart renouncing the world, Murari got a very sharp knife meant for sawing conchshells.

Text 113

Keeping that knife in his house, he thought, "With joy in my heart, tonight I will end this body."

Text 114

Lord Chaitanya, who is the Supersoul in the hearts of all living beings, knew the thoughts in Murari's heart.

Text 115

The Lord quickly went to Murari's house. Murari Gupta respectfully bowed down before the Lord's feet.

Text 116

Feeling very merciful to Murari Gupta, Lord Chaitanya sat down and spoke about Lord Krishna.

Text 117

Lord Chaitanya said, "Murari Gupta, you must follow My order." Murari Gupta said, "Lord, my body is Your property."

Text 118

Lord Chaitanya said, "Is that the truth?" Murari Gupta said, "It is." Lord Chaitanya whispered in Murari's ear, "Give Me the knife.

Text 119

"Bring the knife you will use to leave your body. Give it to Me. It is in this house."

Text 120

"Haya! Haya!", Murari Gupta said, unhappy at heart. Murarii said, "Someone has told You this lie. Who is it?"

Text 121

Lord Chaitanya said, "Murari, I see that you are not very intelligent. You say that someone else told me about this and that how I know of it?

Text 122

"I made that knife, and I gave it to you. That is how I know. I know where you hid the knife."

Text 123

Lord Chaitanya, the Supersoul in the hearts of all, knows everything. He went, found the knife, and returned with it.

Text 124

lord Chaitanya said, "Murari Gupta, this is the way you act! What is My fault that you want to leave Me and go away?

Text 125

"If you go, then who will help Me in My pastimes? Where did you get this idea?

Text 126

"Murari, please give Me this gift: Never think like this again."

Text 127

Lord Chaitanya embraced Murari and then placed His hand on Murari's head.

Text 128

Lord Chaitanya said, "You will eat My head. You will eat My head if you want to leave Me again.".

Text 129

Murari at once fell to the ground. With tears of love he washed the Lord's feet.

Text 130

Grasping the Lord's feet, saintly Murari wept. Embracing Murari, Lord Chaitanya wept.

Text 131

Lakshmi, Brahma, Ananta Sesha, and Siva yearn to attain the mercy that Lord Chaitanya gave to Murari Gupta.

Text 132

The demigods are not different from Lord Chaitanya. "The demigods are not different from Lord Krishna". This the Vedas declare.

Text 133

Assuming the form of Ananta Sesha, Lord Chaitanya holds up the worlds. Assuming the form of Brahma, Lord Chaitanya creates the world.

Text 134

Assuming the form of Siva, Lord Chaitanya destroys the world. With His own mouth He speaks prayers glorifying Himself.

Text 135

The demigods are not different from the Lord. They are not different. They all serve Lord Chaitanya's feet.

Text 136

If even a bird chants Lord Chaitanya's name, that soul with go to Lord Chaitanya's abode. That is the truth.

Text 137

If a sannyasi does not chant Lord Chaitanya's name, that soul will life after life be born blind among wicked beings.

Text 138

He is a thief in the clothing of asnnyasi. He is a blasphemer-sannyasi, a sinner.

Text 139

A blasphemer-sannyasi is not different from a thief. Both are great blasphemers. The Vedas call such a person, "an enemy of others".

Text 140

This enemy is described in these words of the Brihan-Naradiya Purana:

prakatam patitah sreyan

ya eko yaty adhah svayam

baka-vrittih svayam papah

patayaty aparan api

"One kind of sinner falls himself down into hell. Another kind, a hypocrite who deceives others, makes other souls fall into hell.

Text 141

haranti dasyavo 'kutyam

vimohyastrair nrinam dhanam

caritrair ati-tikshnagrair

vadair evam baka-vratah

"As thieves threaten others with weapons in a secluded place and roâ them of their wealth, so with very sharp words false preachers roâ others."

Text 142

In Shrimad-Bhagavatam (12.3.38, it is said:

sudrah pratrigrahishyanti


dharmam vakshyanty adharma-jna


"To earn their livelihood sudras will dress as sannyasis and accept alms. Persons who know only sins will sit on a high seat and teach religion."

Text 143

Thinking an imposter is a true sannyasi, the peaople hear from him blasphemy of Vaishnavas. In this way the people perish.

Text 144

If one hears blasphemy of saintly persons, his piety will be destroyed. Birth after birth he will be fallen. This the Vedas say.

Text 145

A thief suffers in only one birth, but a blasphemer suffers birth after birth and moment after moment.

Text 146

Therefore a blasphemer-sannyasi is a theif. He is countless times more sinful than a thief.

Text 147

Brom Brahma down to the unmoving plants, every living being is Lord Krishna's potency. Therefore all the scriptures say, "Anyone who blasphemes another angers Lord Krishna."

Text 148

Lord Krishna delivers any person who is not a blasphemer and who once chants "Krishna!" That is the truth. It is the truth.

Text 149

If a person studies the four Vedas and then blasphemes others, he will fall into the hell called Kumbhipaka. There he will suffer birth after birth.

Text 150

A person who studies Shrimad-Bhagavatam and then, his intelligence wrecked, blasphemes Lord Nityananda, will be completely destroyed.

Text 151

The blasphemers have no faith in the eternal pastimes Lord Chaitanya manifested in Navadvipa.

Text 152

They whose thoughts and deeds are placed at Lord Chaitanya's feet stay with Lord Chaitanya birth after birth.

Text 153

Never will I look at yogis who have eight mysti perfections but no devotion to Lord Chaitanya. Such persons are impious sinners.

Text 154

After comforting Murari Gupta, Lord Chaitanya happily returned to His home.

Text 155

These are the glories of Murari Gupta. How can I truly describe all his glories?

Text 156

From Lord Nityananda's mouth I have heard a little of the Vaishnavas' glories.

Text 157

May Lord Nityananda be my master birth after birth. By His mercy I am attracted to Lord Chaitanya.

Text 158

O Lord Chaitanya, O son of Jagannatha Misra, glory, glory to You! I pray that Your Nityananda will be the great treasure of my life.

Text 159

I my heart I always hold Lord Chaitanya, who is the very life of He (Lord Nityananda, who is the master of my life.

Text 160

The two moons Shri Krishna Chaitanya and Shri Nityananda are my life and soul. I, Vrindavana dasa, sing the glories of Their feet.





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