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Bhârata-varëa : (sáns. vaiëòava). one of nine tracts of land which form the divisions of Jambûdvîpa. It is named after King Bharata, the son of Rëabhadeva. India is now known as Bhârata, although in the ancient histories this appellation referred to the entire earth plant.

Bharata-varsa: (sáns. vaiëòava). una de las nueve extensiones de tierra que forman las divisiones de Jambudvipa. Su nombre viene del rey Bharata, el hijo de Rsabhadeva. La India se conoce hoy como Bharata, aunque en las historias antiguas este término se refería a todo el planeta tierra.



Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 6 - Dhyana-yoga


TEXT 43

tatra tam buddhi-samyogam
labhate paurva-dehikam
yatate ca tato bhuyah
samsiddhau kuru-nandana


WORD FOR WORD



tatra--thereupon; tam--that; buddhi-samyogam--revival of consciousness; labhate--gains; paurva-dehikam--from the previous body; yatate--he endeavors; ca--also; tatah--thereafter; bhuyah--again; samsiddhau--for perfection; kuru-nandana--O son of Kuru.


TRANSLATION


On taking such a birth, he revives the divine consciousness of his previous life, and he again tries to make further progress in order to achieve complete success, O son of Kuru.


PURPORT by HDG Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:


King Bharata, who took his third birth in the family of a good brahmana, is an example of good birth for the revival of previous transcendental consciousness. King Bharata was the emperor of the world, and since his time this planet has been known among the demigods as Bharata-varsa. Formerly it was known as Ilavrta-varsa. The emperor, at an early age, retired for spiritual perfection but failed to achieve success. In his next life he took birth in the family of a good brahmana and was known as Jada Bharata because he always remained secluded and did not talk to anyone. And later on he was discovered as the greatest transcendentalist by King Rahugana. From his life it is understood that transcendental endeavors, or the practice of yoga, never go in vain. By the grace of the Lord the transcendentalist gets repeated opportunities for complete perfection in Krsna consciousness.

His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Copyright 1983 The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust International. Used with permission.

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Bharat, Krishna (1683)SK:
Bharata (Ramayana) (929)SK:




bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 1.24
bhârata — O Dhètarâëùra, descendant of Bharata; BG 2.10
bhârata — O descendant of the Bharata dynasty; BG 2.14
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 2.18
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 2.28
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 2.30
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 3.25
bharata-èëabha — O chief amongst the descendants of Bharata; BG 3.41
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 4.7
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; BG 4.42
bharata-èëabha — O lord of the Bhâratas; BG 7.11
bharata-èëabha — O great one amongst the descendants of Bharata; BG 7.16
bhârata — O scion of Bharata; BG 7.27
bharata-èëabha — O best of the Bhâratas; BG 8.23
bhârata — O best of the Bhâratas; BG 11.6
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 13.3
bharata-èëabha — O chief of the Bhâratas; BG 13.27
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 13.34
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 14.3
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 14.8
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 14.9
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 14.10
bharata-èëabha — O chief of the descendants of Bharata; BG 14.12
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 15.19
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 15.20
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 16.1-3
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 17.3
bharata-äreëùha — O chief of the Bhâratas; BG 17.12
bharata-sat-tama — O best of the Bhâratas; BG 18.04
bharata-èëabha — O best amongst the Bhâratas; BG 18.36
bhârata — O son of Bharata; BG 18.62
bhârata — the Mahâbhârata; SB 1.4.28-29
bharata — the descendants of King Bharata; SB 1.9.5
bharata-èëabha — O best among the descendants of Bharata; SB 1.9.17
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 2.1.5
bharata-èëabhaì — Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 2.3.13
bharata-èëabha — O best of the Bharata dynasty; SB 3.4.36
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 3.11.37
bhârata — O son of Bharata; SB 3.12.56
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 3.13.19
bhârata — O son of the Bharata family; SB 3.14.33
bhârata — my dear Vidura; SB 4.19.7
bhârata — O King Parîkëit; SB 5.1.10
bharata-èëabha — O best of the Bharata dynasty; SB 5.16.13-14
bhârata-ajire — in the courtyard of Bhârata-varëa; SB 5.19.21
bhârata-bhū-jayaì — a birth in the land of Bhârata-varëa; SB 5.19.23
bhârata-uttama — O best of the descendents of Bharata; SB 5.19.31
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit, descendant of the dynasty of Bharata; SB 6.6.23
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 6.7.2-8
bharata-agrajaì — the elder brother of Mahârâja Bharata; SB 6.8.15
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 6.9.1
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 6.10.2
bhârata — O King Parîkëit; SB 6.13.18
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit, the best of the Bhâratas; SB 6.14.28
bhârata — O King Parîkëit; SB 6.17.16
bhârata — O great son of Bhârata; SB 7.8.26
bharata-èëabhaì — the best of the descendants in Bhârata Mahârâja's dynasty, namely Mahârâja Yudhiëùhira; SB 7.15.78
bhârata — O scion of Bharata; SB 8.1.8
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit, descendant of Bharata; SB 8.12.42
bhârata — O best of the Bharata dynasty; SB 8.17.11
bhârata — O King Parîkëit; SB 8.24.13
bhârata — O best of the Bhârata dynasty; SB 9.1.11-12
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 9.6.23-24
bharata — Lord Bharata; SB 9.10.2
bharata-èëabha — O Mahârâja Parîkëit, best of the Bharata dynasty; SB 9.10.52
bhârata — O King Parîkëit; SB 9.18.41
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit, descendant of Mahârâja Bharata; SB 9.20.1
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 10.1.61
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit, descendant of Mahârâja Bharata; SB 10.3.12
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 10.8.51
bhârata — O Mahârâja Parîkëit; SB 10.13.12
bharata-èëabha — O hero of the Bhâratas; SB 10.44.17
bharata-èëabha — O hero of the Bhâratas (Parîkëit); SB 10.50.1
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata (Parîkëit Mahârâja); SB 10.51.12
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 10.60.33
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata (Parîkëit Mahârâja); SB 10.63.1
bharata-èëabha — O best of the descendants of Bharata; SB 10.68.29
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 10.73.25
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 10.74.42
bharata-èëabha — O best of the Bharatas; SB 10.76.9-11
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata (Parîkëit Mahârâja); SB 10.78.19-20
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata (Parîkëit); SB 10.82.3-6
bhârata — O descendant of Bhârata (Parîkëit); SB 10.85.34
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 10.85.58
bhârata-varëe — in the holy land of Bhârata (India); SB 10.87.6
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; SB 10.88.22
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata (Parîkëit Mahârâja); SB 10.89.21
bharata-èëabha — O best of the Bhâratas; SB 10.89.48-49
udaram-bharatâ — filling the belly; SB 12.2.6
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; CC Adi 3.22
bhârata-äâstra — Mahâbhârata; CC Adi 3.84
bharata-muni — the saintly person named Bharata Muni; CC Adi 4.257
bhârata — of India; CC Adi 9.41
bhârata — Mahâbhârata; CC Madhya 6.97
bhârata — O descendant of Bharata; CC Madhya 22.110
bharata-èëabha — O best of the Bharata dynasty; CC Madhya 24.94
bhârata-artha-vinirṇayaì — the ascertainment of the Mahâbhârata; CC Madhya 25.143-144
bhârata-bhūmite — in the land of India; CC Antya 4.98


Datos Encontrados:

Garga Samhita - www.salagram.net
Abhijnana Shakuntalam - Abr 06
Bharata - Abr 18
dvaita - www.salagram.net
Bharata-varsa - www.experiencefestival.com
Bharata-varsa - www.vrindavan.org/
Bharata Emperador - es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bharata_(emperador)
Bharata varsa - www.purinectar.com
Diccionario de la Sabiduría Oriental
Names of India - Wikipedia
Bharatavarsa Homepage
Bharata-varsa - 18 Oct 73 , Bombay - www.prabhupadavani.org


Famous temples dedicated to Rishabha o Rsabha

* Adishwar Temple, Ranakpur, Rajasthan
* Adinath Temple, Nahta Chowk, Bikaner, Rajasthan
* Adishwar temple, Palitana, Gujarat
* Adinath "derasar", Vataman, Gujarat
* Adinath temple, Khajuraho, MP
* Adinath temple, Ayodhya, UP
* Adinath temple, Chand-Khedi, Near Kota, Rajasthan
* Adinath at Rishabhdeo or Rikhabdeo near Udaipur, Rajasthan
* Adinath Bhagvan Temple, Mahrauli, Delhi
* Bhagawan Adinath Temple, Hirehattihole, Karnataka
* Adinath Bhagvan Temple, Ponnur Hill, Tamilnadu
* Adinath Temple in Ranila, Rohtak, Haryana
* Adishwar Temple, Walkeshwar, Mumbai, Maharashtra
* Adinath Jain Temple, Santhu Bagra (Marwar), Jalorehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/httpwwwflickercomphotossanthu/sets/72157606199993153/http://family.webshots.com/album/565686865FQYZQv

Famous Hymns dedicated to Rishabha

* Bhaktamara Stotra

Archaeology: Notable Pratimas of Rishabha

* Pre-Kushana Mathura sculpture
* Kushana images from Mathura
* Bronze from Chausa hoard, 1st cent CE
* Bronze from Akota hoard, 6th cent CE
* Monumental figure at Bavangaja, Badvani, 10th cent


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