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H.G. Sankarshan das Adhikari, USA: Wednesday 16 February 2011--The Appearance Day of Lord Nityananda--and--My Chances of Going Back to Godhead?
A daily broadcast of the Ultimate Self Realization Course(tm) Wednesday 16 February 2011 The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Sri Krishna, and His eternal consort, Srimati Radharani are enjoying transcendental pastimes in the topmost planet of the spiritual world, Sri Goloka Vrindavan. They are beckoning us to rejoin them. Our Mission: To help everyone awaken their original Krishna consciousness, which is eternal, full of knowledge and full of bliss. Such a global awakening will, in one stroke, solve all the problems of the world society bringing in a new era of unprecedented peace and prosperity for all. May that day, which the world so desperately needs, come very soon. We request you to participate in this mission by reviving your dormant Krishna consciousness and assisting us in spreading this science all over the world. Dedicated with love to ISKCON Founder-Acharya: His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, our beloved spiritual master, and to you, our dear readers. Today's Thought: Appearance Day of Lord Nityananda Uploaded from Bhaktivedanta Ashram--Austin, Texas USA Today is the sublime appearance day of the most merciful Lord Nityananda. In the following excerpt from his introduction to the Srimad Bhagavatam Srila Prabhupada describes the wonderful mercy of Lord Nityananda: Once Nityananda Prabhu and Srila Haridasa Thakura were walking down a main road, and on the way they saw a roaring crowd assembled. Upon inquiring from passers-by, they understood that two brothers, named Jagai and Madhai, were creating a public disturbance in a drunken state. They also heard that these two brothers were born in a respectable brahmana family, but because of low association they had turned into debauchees of the worst type. They were not only drunkards but also meat-eaters, woman-hunters, dacoits and sinners of all description. Srila Nityananda Prabhu heard all of these stories and decided that these two fallen souls must be the first to be delivered. If they were delivered from their sinful life, then the good name of Lord Caitanya would be even still more glorified. Thinking in this way, Nityananda Prabhu and Haridasa pushed their way through the crowd and asked the two brothers to chant the holy name of Lord Hari. The drunken brothers became enraged upon this request and attacked Nityananda Prabhu with filthy language. Both brothers chased them a considerable distance. In the evening the report of the preaching work was submitted to the Lord, and He was glad to learn that Nityananda and Haridasa had attempted to deliver such a stupid pair of fellows. The next day Nityananda Prabhu went to see the brothers, and as soon as He approached them one of them threw a piece of earthen pot at Him. This struck Him on the forehead, and immediately blood began to flow. But Nityananda Prabhu was so kind that instead of protesting this heinous act, He said, It does not matter that you have thrown this stone at Me. I still request you to chant the holy name of Lord Hari. One of the brothers, Jagai, was astonished to see this behavior of Nityananda Prabhu, and he at once fell down at His feet and asked Him to pardon his sinful brother. When Madhai again attempted to hurt Nityananda Prabhu, Jagai stopped him and implored him to fall down at His feet. In the meantime the news of Nityananda's injury reached the Lord, who at once hurried to the spot in a fiery and angry mood. The Lord immediately invoked His Sudarsana cakra (the Lord's ultimate weapon, shaped like a wheel) to kill the sinners, but Nityananda Prabhu reminded Him of His mission. The mission of the Lord was to deliver the hopelessly fallen souls of Kali-yuga, and the brothers Jagai and Madhai were typical examples of these fallen souls. Ninety percent of the population of this age resembles these brothers, despite high birth and mundane respectability. According to the verdict of the revealed scriptures, the total population of the world in this age will be of the lowest sudra quality, or even lower. It should be noted that Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu never acknowledged the stereotyped caste system by birthright; rather, He strictly followed the verdict of the sastras in the matter of one's svarupa, or real identity. When the Lord was invoking His Sudarsana cakra and Srila Nityananda Prabhu was imploring Him to forgive the two brothers, both the brothers fell down at the lotus feet of the Lord and begged His pardon for their gross behavior. The Lord was also asked by Nityananda Prabhu to accept these repenting souls, and the Lord agreed to accept them on one condition, that they henceforward completely give up all their sinful activities and habits of debauchery, both the brothers agreed and promised to give up all their sinful habits, and the kind Lord accepted them and did not again refer to their past misdeeds. --end of quote-- Let us all take advantage of this auspicious appearance day of Lord Nityananda and beg His mercy to bestow upon us pure Krishna prema. Sankarshan Das Adhikari The Unlimitedly Merciful Lord Nityananda http://www.backtohome.com/images/Lord_Nityananda.jpg Answers According to the Vedic Version: Question: My Chances of Going Back to Godhead? Dear Gurudeva, Kindly please accept my humble obeisances at your lotus feet! My question is: If I'm in this material world repeatedly taking billions and billions of material bodies since time immemorial, then what are the chances of my going back to spiritual world back to home, back to the abode of God, after leaving my present body? D.B. Patel India Answer: With Full Surrender, 100 Percent If you will take full shelter of Guru and Krishna by faithfully following whatever instructions you are given by them, your chances of attaining spiritual perfection in this lifetime are 100%. In other words, there will be no chance of failure. Sankarshan Das Adhikari Transcendental Resources: Receive the Special Blessings of Krishna Now you too can render the greatest service to the suffering humanity and attract the all-auspicious blessings of Lord Sri Krishna upon yourself and your family by assisting our mission. 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Pastimes of Lord Nityananda on Nityananda Trayodasi.
Posted on facebook by HH Indradyumna Swami Maharaj:
“During his grhastha years, Srila Prabhupada set a specific regimen to insure that he chanted at least 16 rounds every day. He would chant at least 4 rounds before eating anything in the morning, then chant another 4 rounds (minimum) before taking lunch. Before accepting dinner, he would chant at least 4 more rounds, and would not take rest at night without chanting another 4 rounds.” [ Giriraja Swami, Lecture, LA, 11.02.11 ]
Comment added by Srutakirti Das:
He told me that he chanted four rounds early in the morning and four rounds before each meal He said it was practical, and if you don’t chant your four rounds you can’t eat that meal. He laughed and said this way you will be sure to get your rounds done.
An update from ISCOWP (International Society for Cow Protection)
I left Moscow on Nov.29 headed for Belgrade Serbia. Due to poor weather conditions in Frankfurt and other eastern European countries, I was stranded, along with thousands of other travelers, in Frankfurt airport for 30 hours. I was headed for Novi Sad, Serbia to visit Paramesvari Radha and her son Maha. Nineteen years ago they founded GOPAL, a cow protection group, and rescued several cows and oxen. Over the years, we had been in touch but I had never visited them. So now, after all these years we were finally going to meet. Paramesvari Radha had made many arrangements for me to speak in different cities in Serbia. Because of the flight delay, the three speaking programs in Belgrade had to be canceled. When I finally arrived at the airport in Belgrade at 1:00 in the morning… my luggage did not arrive. So, the necessary paperwork was filled out and by the time we reached Novi Sad and the home of Maha and his wonderful wife, Krsna-jivani, it was 3:30 a.m. Maha was waiting up for us and we had some light prasadam and Maha gave me some clothes and toiletries and we all took rest.
In the morning, I woke up Giriraja, my personal Diety, and He was bathed and fed wonderful Ekadasi prasadam. Because of the crazy travel schedule, we got some rest and in the evening, I was taken to a home program with many wonderful devotees. We discussed cow protection and rural community development and had some nice bhajans and prasadam.
By Chandan Bhatia
Hare Krishna! On 16 Feb’11, Wednesday is “Nityananda Trayodasi”, the Appearance day of Lord Nityananda (Nitai). Fasting is till noon.
THE BIRTHPLACE OF LORD NITYANANDA (Nitai)
Birchandrapur, Dist. Birbhum
(165km north-west of Sridham Mayapur)
“…without the causeless mercy of Lord Nityananda, one cannot enter into the affairs of Sri Sri Radha and Krishna” — Caitanya Caritamrta Adi Lila 5.204
“EKACHAKRA”: “EKA” means one and “CHAKRA” means wheel; this place is named “Ekachakra” because this is the place where the chariot-wheel fell, which Lord Sri Krishna took to kill Bhismadeva on the Battle of Kurukshetra. Ekachakra is the birthplace of Lord Nityananda (Nitai). Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Sri Krishna Himself thus inaugurated His Harinam Sankirtan movement from the Dwapar-yuga itself.
Ekachakra is located 165km north-west of Mayapur and is easily assessable by car or bus. Ekachakra village extends north and south for an area of about eight miles. Other villages, namely Viracandra-pura and Virabhadra-pura, are situated within the area of the village of Ekachakra. There is a big festival here on Nityananda Trayodasi (Appearance day of Lord Nityananda) and also on Gosthastami.
“Lord Nityananda”: Lord Sri Krishna, as the Vedic literature ultimately explains, is the absolute Personality of Godhead, and His first expansion in a form for pastimes is Sri Balarama. In the age of Kali-yuga, Lord Krishna appears in this material world as Lord Caitanya, and Balarama appears as Lord Nityananda. Lord Nityananda (also known as Nityananda Prabhu, Nitai, Nityananda Balarama) appeared as Lord Caitanya’s principal associate for spreading the chanting of the holy names of Lord Krishna:
HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE |
In Harinama-sankirtana, or the congregational chanting of the Lord’s holy names, and to bring the mercy of Lord Krishna to all the fallen, materially conditioned souls.
Lord Nityananda was born to a pious brahmana family. His father was Hadai Pandita and mother Padmavati. He appeared in Ekachakra around 20 years before the appearance of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, on Shukia Trayodashi, in the month of Magha, in the year 1473, 12th of February. Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu cannot be approached or understood without the mercy of Lord Nityananda. He is the cardinal guru of all the universes and serves as an intermediary between Mahaprabhu and His devotees. A great Vaishnava acarya Sri Vrindavan Das Thakura, the dear-most & the last initiated disciple of Lord Nityananda, glorifies his Master in Sri Caitanya Bhagavata as follows:
Lord Nityananda is very effulgent like the brilliant sun. He is statuesque, like His Master, with the whitish complexion of Lord Balarama. His garments resemble a cluster of blue lotus flowers and His effulgence is said to surpass the grandeur of a rising moon at sunset.
He has a deep melodious voice, constantly chanting the holy name and singing the glories of Lord Sri Krishna day and night.
He is unequalled in the three worlds, non-different from Lord Caitanya. Absorbed within Himself, He often roared loudly like a lion, for He is the direct manifestation of Lord Balarama. His beautiful, glowing face easily defeats a thousand shining full moons. A captivating smile plays sweetly on His exquisite lips. So white and radiant are His teeth that if a pearl were held next to them the pearl would look like a faded and discarded piece of glass.
His long, languid eyes steal the pinkish tinge of the early rising sun. His arms are long and reach down to His knees, and He possesses a robust chest and broad shoulders. His lotus feet are soft. His gait is graceful. He speak to everyone with kind words which sever the bonds of material attachment within everyone’s heart.
He carries a red stick with benedictions for the devotees, but feared by the demoniac. He has the carefree mood of a wild avadhuta, so absorbed is He in the love of Godhead; no one knows what He will do next.
“EKACHAKRA DHAM” ENTRANCE
DEVOTEES ALONG WITH “GAURA-NITAI” SET OUT FOR EKACHAKRA DHAM PARIKRAMA
First stop: BEAUITIFUL NITAI(left)-GAURANGA(right) AT EKACHAKRA ISKCON TEMPLE
“GARBHAVASA” or “SOOTIKA MANDIR”:
THIS WHITE TEMPLE IS THE EXACT SPOT WHERE LORD NITYANANDA APPEARED
In Janmasthan Mandir there is a Deity of Nitai (Nityananda). Hadai Pandita Bhavan is the site of the original house of Nityananda’s father. There are two banyan trees by this temple that are said to have existed since the time of Nityananda.
In the centre of the main altar of the temple is a deity of Lord Nityananda.
§ To His left, with His hands raised, is Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
§ On Nityananda’s right is Sri Advaita Acarya.
§ The side of altar has Deities of Sri Sri Radha-Radhakanta and Sri Sri Radha-Srikanta, a large dancing Gauranga in the centre, and ten brass sakhis at the bottom.
v The temple was constructed by Prasannakumara Karapharma.
This is the pond besides Lord Nityananda’s house dhotis, plates, utensils etc of Nitai were washed. Embedded in its core and not visible to material eyes is another kunda named Ananga Kunda. The pujaris of the temple use water from this kunda for their Deity worship.
In the courtyard of Lord Nityananda’s house is an old pippala tree called Mala-Tala. Just before Nitai departed with the unknown sannyasi, Hadai Pandita came here and chanted japa under this tree. Mala means “japa beads” and tala means “tree”. When Nitai was about to depart Hadai Pandita left his japa beads here due to anxiety.
Lord Caitanya came to Ekachakra many years after Lord Nityananda left. It is said that at that time Lord Caitanya left His flower garland on a branch of this tree. Mala also means “garland”. Therefore also for this reason this tree was called Mala-Tala.
HANTUGADA or JHANUKUNDA
It is said that Nitai brought all the sacred waters from all the holy places to this kunda to save the local residents from having to journey to the Ganges to take a sacred bath. It is named Hantugada because Nitai used to perform the Dadhi-cida festival of distributing chipped rice with yogurt prasada here and He would take the prasada while kneeling down. This lake is always full of water throughout the year. A great fair is held there during Goshthashtami, and there is another big fair on Lord Nityananda Tryodasi, the Appearance Day of Lord Nityananda.
How To Get There: You get here by walking east out of the village, past the birthplace. It is a small kunda surrounded by grass and a lone tree, which hangs over the water.
HANTUGADA: Devotee take holy dip at this most auspicious place. At the centre of the pond is a submerged Temple
DEVOTEES WALKING TOWARDS “PANDAVA-TALA”
This is a 5mins walk (400m) into the fields, southeast of Lord Nityananda’s birthplace. The Pandavas lived here with their mother, Kunti, when they were exiled to the forest.
DEVOTEES REACHING “PANDAVA-TALA”.
This area is surrounded by a group of Keli-Kadamba trees.
SRILA VYASDEVA WITH PANDAVAS
BHIMA KILLING DEMON BAKASURA
Sikhandabi: This is where Bakasura demon lived, who terrorized the people of Ekachakra for many years. Demon used to eat one human being from the local villages in the area of Ekachakra. The people set up a system where one person from a different family was sent to Bakasura each day. Queen Kunti, the mother of the Pandavas requested Bhima, who had the strength of 10,000 elephants to kill this demon. Bhima then killed this demon after a furious fight. In Srimad Bhagavatam 1.13.3-4 there is a brief mention of killing of Bakasura demon by Bhima.
FOSSILIZED KNEE-CAP OF BAKASURA DEMON
The local pujari says that if the fossil comes in contact with fire it produces a very bad smell.
“Kundalal Tala” (not in picture): “The place where Lord Nityananda used his earring to block a snake in his hole, stopping him from disturbing the residents of this area.”
#Pastime: This snake was actually an arrow-weapon given by Lord Siva to Arjuna. Arjuna fired it to kill Bakasura in order to help Bhima who left alone on that mission. By the time the weapon arrived on the spot Bakasura was already dead and therefore the snake weapon could not complete its mission. Since then the snake remained in the area and would disturb the locals. When Lord Nityananda heard of this he blocked the snake in its hole with one of his earrings which magically expanded in size. When the snake asked Lord Nityananda how he would get his food Lord Nityananda told him that a temple would be built here and people would regularly come and make offerings of milk and other things. This pastime is the reason why Lord Nityananda is seen with only one earring in pictures that depict His later pastimes.
“KUNTI’S DEEP” – THE LAMP USED BY QUEEN KUNTI DEVI
SRI SRI RADHA-KRISHNA DEITIES AT PANDAVA-TALA
“BAKULA-TALA”-HH Bhakti Caitanya Swami discussing Nitai’s pastimes
Between the birthplace and Jahnu Kund is a Bakula tree where Lord Nityananda and His boyfriends used to take part in sporting activities known as jhala-jhapeta. This tree is wonderful because all its branches and sub-branches look like the hoods of serpents. It has been suggested that by the desire of Nitai, Anantadeva manifested Himself in that way. The tree is very old. It is said that formerly it had two trunks, but later on, when the playmates of Lord Nityananda felt inconvenience in jumping from the branches of one trunk to those of the other, Lord Nityananda by His mercy, merged the two trunks into one.
“NARI-PNOTA” or “AMARA PITHA” -
UMBILICAL CORD SAMADHI: Nimai’s umbilical cord was placed here by His parents Sriman Hadai Pandita & Srimati Padmavati devi
It is named after Lord Nityananda’s mother, Srimati Padmavati. Hadai Pandita received this as gift from his father-in-law, Mukutanarayan Roy. Padmavati would come here and bathe little Nitai every day. This kunda is behind Lord Nityananda’s birthplace.
DEVOTEES RELAXING ON THE BANKS OF PADMAVATI KUNDA
“BANKE-RAYE” TEMPLE: The priests of the temple describe that Lord Nityananda entered within the body of Bankima Raya and departed for His unmanifest pastimes. The deity of Jahnava-mata was therefore later placed on the right side of Bankima Raya.
This temple was built under the direction of Virabhadra Gosai, the son of Lord Nityananda. On the altar of this temple is Lord Krishna as Bankima Raya, who was originally established by Lord Nityananda. On His left is Srimati Radharani, and on His right is Jahnava Devi. It is said that Lord Nityananda left this planet by entering into this Deity. After Lord Nityananda’s disappearance, the Deity of Jahnava was placed to the right of Bankima Raya. On another throne, to the right of Bankima Raya, is a Deity of Yogamaya.
In this temple there is also an altar with a Deity of Murali-dhara. It is said that this Deity was given to Padmavati Devi by the sannyasi Nitai went on pilgrimage with when He was 12. On the same altar are Deities of Sri Sri Radha-Madhava.
To the right of the altar, outside the gate, is another little temple dedicated to ‘Madana Mohana Krishna’. On His left is His consort, Srimati Radharani, and on His right is the gopi Candravali. On the right-side is Sri Sri Radha-Vrindavana Candra. These Deities are supposed to have been worshiped for 13 generations and are over 450 years old.
To the right of the altar, outside the gate, is another little temple dedicated to ‘Madana Mohana Krishna’. On His left is His consort, Srimati Radharani, and on His right is the gopi Candravali. On the right-side is Sri Sri Radha-Vrindavana Candra. These Deities are supposed to have been worshiped for 13 generations and are over 450 years old.
After Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu went to Jagannatha Puri, He ordered Lord Nityananda to return to Bengal and preach. At this time Nityananda returned to Ekachakra after being gone for almost 30 years. By this time, His parent had already left this world. He then found the Deity of Bankima Raya in the Yamuna at Kadamba Khandi. He installed this Deity in a temple. Later, a Deity of Srimati Radharani was discovered in Bhaddhapur, in the locality of Viracandrapura, underneath the roots of a neem tree, about ½ mile west. This Deity was installed to the right of Bankima Raya. For this reason, the Radharani of Bankima Raya was known as Bhaddapurera Thakurani, the mistress of Bhaddhapura.
#Pastime: About 15 years back some construction workers were restoring the outer structure of this temple. During the work-break they were smoking. Suddenly a small very beautifully effulgent boy appeared before them. He started beating fiercely with a stick chastising them not to smoke at this most auspicious site. Construction workers were shocked by this. Simultaneously their hearts melted to see the beautiful face of this young boy. They vowed that they will never smoke for the rest of the life. It is said that this most beautiful effulgent boy was none other than NITAI (Lord Nityananda).
The small temple of “Kadam Khandi” marks the spot where Lord Nityananda recovered the Bankima Raya Deity from the Yamuna river, which is also called the Maudesvara River.
Kardam means clay and khandi means “ghata.” In the rear of the temple is a small river, the Yamuna.
It is said that the Deity of Bankima Raya was floating in the water and Lord Nityananda picked Him up and then installed Him in the temple. Thereafter, in a place known as Bhaddapura, in the village of Viracandra-pura, about half a mile west, in a place underneath a neem tree, Deity of Srimati Radharani was found. For this reason, the Radharani of Bankima Raya was known as Bhaddapurera Thakurani, the mistress of Bhaddapura.
SRI GAURA NITYA NANDA, KRISHNA BALARAMA & SADBHUJA GAURANGA AT KADAMKHANDI
YAMUNA RIVER, NON-DIFFERENT FROM YAMUNA RIVER AT SRIDHAM VRINDAVAN
Devotees taking holy dip at Yamuna River
“Mouresvara Siva”: This is an ancient Siva Temple were Hadai Pandita the father of Lord Nityananda would do his worship. When Lord Nityananda appeared in Ekachakra this deity roared so loudly that Advaita Acarya and other devotees could hear and understand the roar’s meaning at their distant residences in Mayapur and Santipur that “Avadhuta” has appeared on this planet.
Fields at Ekachakra Dham
DEVOTEES HAVING ECSTATIC HARINAM SANKIRTAN AT LORD NITYANANDA’S EKACHAKRA DHAM!
ITAI-PADA-KAMALA – One must take the shelter of the lotus feet of Lord Nityananda, for He is the original spiritual master. It is by the mercy of Nitai that we can obtain love of Krishna.
“Sri Nityananda Prabhu’s face is more beautiful and cooling than the autumnal moon. The effulgence coming out from His body is supremely beautiful. He always moves like a mad elephant, since He is always intoxicated with Krishna-prema (love of God). He is always mad after Krishna-prema. His body is completely pure spiritual energy. He always has a smiling face. His eyes are very fickle, moving to and fro. His lotus hand always holds a glowing staff. Yes, that is Sri Nityananda, who by the beating of that staff, destroys all our reactions of Kali-yuga. We should take shelter of Sri Nityananda and cry for the mercy of Sri Nityananda! He is the root of Krishna-prema bhakti-kalpa-taru, the root of the tree of loving devotion unto Krishna. I [Vrindavana Das Thakura] do my bhajana of Lord Nityananda, the very root of the Krishna-Bhakti-Vriskha.”
Lord Nityananda is an ocean of mercy, the shelter of all Vaishnavas and the giver of devotion.
Supreme Lord Sri Krishna with a wheel (Cakra) at Kurukshetra breaking His vow for the sake of His dear-most devotee & friend Arjuna, charging towards Bhismadeva. Arjuna tried to stop Lord Krishna reminding Him of His promise that He won’t pick up any weapon in Kurukshetra battle. Bhismadeva, another great devotee of the Lord and one of the twelve Mahajans is fully surrendered to Lord Krishna’s will and simply waiting to see his beloved Lord approach him. This very wheel landed here at Ekachakra!
Directions to reach Ekachakra Dham:
#1) Ekachakra is located about 165 km northwest of Mayapur and takes about four hours by car or bus. It is 11 miles north of the town of Rampur Hat in the district of Birbhum. It is 8 miles east of Mallarapura railway station. After Burdwan station is another branch line, which is called a Loop Line of the eastern railway. This is a station on this line called Mallarapura. Ekachakra is 8 miles east of this railway station.
#2) Every year during three weeks before Gaura-Purnima, ISKCON Mayapur organizes regular bus services and guided tours to Ekachakra Dham. Tours leave early in the morning from Mayapur reaching Ekachakra at noon. Tours return back to Mayapur in the evening. Packaged tours to Ekachakra Dham can also be arranged throughout the year by contacting Mayapur Tourism office on: Mayapurtours@gmail.com
Practicalities: There is a small ISKCON temple in Ekachakra. The local devotee can help show you the area. There is a small guest house for pilgrims at the temple where one can stay overnight. This village is very small and there are virtually no facilities here.
Sri Caitanya Caritamrta Adi Lila 13.61- http://vedabase.net/cc/adi/13/61/en1
Nityananda Trayodasi & Abhishek: http://www.youtube.com/user/MayapurISKCON#p/u/18/uDs4jiCJ6cA
Ekachakra Temple Project: http://Mayapur.com/node/862
Ekachakra Dham Screen-saver (downloadable): http://screensavers.iskcondesiretree.info/ISKCON_Mayapur_Screensavers/Ekachakra_Dham_Nityananda_Appearance_Place.exe
Sri Nityananda Lila: http://www.Prabhupada.org/Rama/?p=4220
“Sri Nityanandastaka” (downloadable): http://www.iskconmedia.com/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=63&func=download&id=35553&chk=9c2a2b9a7bf2b89ed5d5283d65ba43f5&no_html=1
Mayapur TV: http://Mayapur.tv
EKACHAKRA DHAM KI JAI!!!
LORD SRI NITYANANDA KI JAI!!!
HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE |
HARE RAMA HARE RAMA RAMA RAMA HARE HARE ||
Get ready for one of the most enchanting darsana in the history of Melbourne Mahaprabhu Mandir.
ISKCON Toronto, Canada: Temple Clean-Up This Friday! Come Clean Your Hearts by Cleaning Our Beautiful Temple!
The monthly CDM (Ceto Darpanam Marjana) project entails organized cleaning of the temple as a group. This time around, the maha clean-up will feature a special group of Bhakti Vriksha devotees, led by HG Rupanuga das. They will be joining all of us as we get ready to make our temple room shine! A warm invitation goes out to all of you to attend as we encourage you to join these amazing devotees during the clean-up.
Afterwards, we will all sit down over pizza, made by the new "Pizza King" of ISKCON Toronto - Jaya Caitanya, and will able to hear the experiences of Bhakti Vriksha devotees! Everyone is welcome to ask any questions to our dear Rupanuga prabhu who will be there for you!
The schedule will be as follows:
7:00pm to 9:00pm - Maha clean-up of the temple room
9:00pm to 9:30pm - Special pizza party and nectar-filled conversations
Here is a quote by Srila Prabhupada, that hopefully will inspire you:
"Everything within the temple should be kept very, very neat and clean. And the more you keep the temple neat and clean, you will be neat and clean within your heart. And then your understanding will be very easy. We cannot understand Krsna because our heart is piled up with many garbages. That we have to cleanse."
-- Srila Prabhupada Melbourne, May 22, 1975
Please come out and bring your family and friends for this unforgettable experience!
One of the sweetest festivals of the year falls on Wednesday, February 16th! A warm invitation goes out to you and your family to join us as we celebrate the advent (appearance) of Lord Nityananda this Wednesday evening, starting at 6pm.
Lord Nityananda (also known as Nityananda Prabhu, Nitai, Nityananda Balarama) appeared as Lord Chaitanya’s principal associate for spreading the congregational chanting of the holy names of the Lord. He especially spread the holy name of the Lord throughout Bengal. He is considered an incarnation of Lord Balarama.
This festival is a special one for ISKCON Toronto and often features very sweet, intimate and spiritually-soaked festivities! We are very excited to announce that joining us for the festival will be HG Rohini Priya das who has been visiting Toronto since last week.
The whole festival will be based on the translation of the seventh verse of the Nityanandastaka, "I worship Lord Nityananda, the limitless root of the tree of devotional service. He traveled on every path, dancing, singing the names of Lord Hari, and describing His glories. Without considering His own interests, He was merciful to the people, and He cast upon them His merciful sidelong glance."
Devotees are encouraged to come to the program wearing the colour blue, the colour commonly associated with Lord Nityananda! The program will be as follows (subject to change):
6:00pm to 6:30pm - Kirtan (Arati)
6:30pm to 6:40pm - Welcome & Announcements
6:40pm to 7:25pm - Class by HG Rohini Priya das
7:25pm to 7:30pm - Launch of Toronto Krishna Internet Radio
7:30pm to 8:00pm - Special Audience-Interactive Presentation
8:00pm to 8:30pm - Kirtan (Arati)
8:30pm - Vegetarian Feast (Prasadam)
How can you hide your thoughts from the Supreme Lord Gauranga? He knows everything in your heart.
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What will be the result of accepting the shelter of the lotus feet of Lord Nityananda? He says, heno nitai bine bhai: unless one takes shelter under the shade of the lotus feet of Lord Nityananda radha-krsna paite nai -- it will be very difficult for him to approach Radha-Krsna. The aim of this Krsna consciousness movement is to enable us to approach Radha-Krsna and associate with the Supreme Lord in His sublime pleasure dance. Narottama Dasa Thakura advises that if one actually wants to enter into the dancing party of Radha-Krsna, he must accept the shelter of the lotus feet of Lord Nityananda.
>From Srila Prabhupada's Purport to Nitai-pada-kamala, a song by Srila Narottama dasa Thakura
H.H. Sivarama Swami: Radha-vallabha dasa asks what the standard of worship should be for Gaura Nitai deities presiding over our restaurants’ kitchens
H.H. Sivarama Swami: Upon arrival in Delhi let’s hear the story of how Durvasa came to realize the identity of Krsna on earth
EXPLANATION OF THE TEXT:
At present I am working on an autobiographical project. The writing of this project goes slow, and I cannot write enough to print it every day. Therefore, I am posting daily a book called Every Day, Just Write. A book by that title was printed many years ago but it was heavily edited. I am now posting the unedited edition, which is fresh reading, and I am confident my readers will like it. So please note that this journal is telling of things that happened in 1996, and it is not a journal of my present day’s activities. Presently I am quietly writing my autobiographical text, and when it is finished I will print it.
Every Day, Just Write, Volume I: Welcome Home to the One Big Book of Your Life
November 21, 1996
Abhaya dasi at the hospital with her
She said, “if I were in a man’s body
Are you ready to admit it’s the modes of ignorance
She says, I want you to instruct me
She’s still in the hospital but will be released soon
Let’s go see that hermit. He may know something.
I am the Man
I am the man who lives in the house a while
The man who visits, who lives here a month. They started getting familiar with him and said, “Hey Guruji, what have you got going? You really want that tapioca for ekadasi dessert”.
Hey JM, what you’ve got going? You know I could write like that too, what you are doing. I read your confessions and I’m thinking you’re not so great. I’m thinking now that you cannot be nikunja yuno ratih keli siddhyai. You must be what you say you are. You must be a split sentencer. Hey, I can do it too. I’m not letting you off. I see into too many books in your storage shelves. Books of WCW and Henry Miller. I mean how do you think I can believe you are pure and true when you read that and write down this crazy mind stuff? Srila Prabhupada says you can’t trust the mind.”
Muddy walk and cows hoof impressions, crumbled buildings, walking the same brisk walk, he’s got no ideas…
Shed windows frosted over. It’s getting too cold here for a morning visit. Ani said he and Manu could arrange a gas heater which takes fumes out of the room. When Manu is away (or when he’s here) I shouldn’t demand too many things for myself. Ladies have to give up a morning to cook for me. Don’t ask for things you don’t need. Cold hands.
Dream of painting and getting your dhoti paint—stained.
Oh man, I want to say Krishna is Christmas, wood knots, men and women working hard to confront karmis on street. Please take a book.
The end, he writes his last. Don’t believe it. He won’t give up. Once there was a mouse and a monster. One was a devotee the other was innocent. The mouse told a story that once a monster received a KC book and was going to eat it but first read a page. The page was on immortality of the soul. It opened his eyes, blew his mind. “Believe it,” he said. The monster decided to drop out of Monster Flying Academy. They said “you can’t, you signed a contract.”
The monster said, “I must chant always Hare Krishna mantra and eat vegetarian prasadam” and he began singing loudly. They thought of smacking him on both his ears and jailing him but decided to kick him out of the academy. So he joined a local temple but they didn’t like him being a monster.
He said, “I’m not this body. Don’t think of me as a monster.”
Oh monster, hang in there,
Hey, it’s cold, matra-sparsas fingertips
They put an extra paragraph
Everything belongs. Just
Now I’m warm and peaceful
Live From Sri Mayapur Candrodaya Mandir!
By Atmanivedana Swami
Dhruva Maharaja rendered devotional service unto the Supreme, the reservoir of everything, with unrelenting force. While carrying out his devotional service to the Lord, he could see that everything is situated in Him only and that He is situated in all living entities. The Lord is called Acyuta because He never fails in His prime duty, to give protection to His devotees
Sacinandana Swami tells the story of Gopa Kumara.
1967 February 15: "I allowed you to deal with the Bank for two reasons: 1) That I may be free from monetary dealings, 2) That you may learn how to deal with it. But recent indiscriminate issues of checks have perturbed my mind. By indiscriminate issues of checks, $1000 of society's money have been put into risk."
1967 February 15: "You are all innocent boys so please be careful in Krishna Consciousness of the cunning world. We should not ask Krishna but let Krishna give us when He likes. When Krishna will desire it will come to us automatically. So we should only wait for Krishna's mercy. I hope you will not misunderstand me."
1968 February 15: "There isn't any difference between chanting the Holy Name at the same time washing the dishes of the Temple. There is variegatedness in transcendental activities. Sometimes we like to chant, sometimes we like to wash dishes. There is no difference on the Absolute plane."
1968 February 15: "12.14 Bembo on 70 lb. paper is approved by me. The sample of hardbound and the covering cloth, etc., are very nice. The paper is also nice, and the printing is also nice; now if they come down to the nice price, it all will be nice."
1972 February 15: "I thank you very much for understanding our philosophy correctly. Yes, if one is always engaged in following the orders of the bona fide Spiritual Master, even in hell, that is Vaikuntha. Now do everything nicely and I shall completely trust this important business to you."
1971 February 15: "Inform all Temple Presidents that prospective initiations may wait until I return to the States. However you may offer the second initiation to this brahmacari and encourage him to open a nice center in Quebec. That will be great service and I know he is very enthusiastic devotee."
1972 February 15: "I have just received a cable that Mr. Saraf has given us the land. We shall gladly accept the offer. So Krishna has been very kind upon us, now let us all work cooperatively. We shall settle up our Vrindaban program when we meet in Mayapur."
1973 February 15: "Right from the beginning of my mission, I have always stressed and encouraged my disciples to work with the college students. So you GBC men formulate some program to preach this Krishna Consciousness in the colleges and this will please me very much."
Dear Lord Varaha, Mother earth was pushed down into the muddy dark waters of the garbhadaka ocean. Out of your love you took the form of a boar, to save your devotee. Yes, dear Lord, our consciousness is darker than … Continue reading
I got in late on the sign-up for my daughter’s Valentine party at school. Usually I put myself down for the baked good so my daughter would definitely have an eggless treat on party day. But the sweet spot was taken, so I signed up for the healthy, salty snack.
Three options were presented by me to the daughter–croissants, cheese biscuits or summer rolls. I saw a very cute heart shaped biscuit presentation here and thought that would be the perfect contribution to the party. My daughter chose summer rolls.
I thought no one would eat them. I filled them with carrots and cucumber and cellophane noodles and lettuce and marinated tofu and purple cabbage. I made a non-spicy, non-peanutty sauce to go along with them. I sent the sauce to school in a peri-bottle. Because I have three unused ones. Squirt squirt.
Apparently, the summer rolls were a hit! Children even asked for seconds.
Don’t underestimate the taste buds of the 5 year old crowd. Lesson learned.
Recently I did a post with a post with a picture of a picture of Srila Prabhupada apparently manifesting an effulgence.
Upon seeing this, my friend Bhakta Ed sent me a similar photo. He recently toured the US in an RV for a year or thereabouts.
“Today I ran across this photo taken in San Diego while I was at the temple there. I thought you might like it. It’s of my RV altar at the front of the rig in between the two front seats.”
Filed under: News, Ramblings or Whatever
Most days when I return home around lunch my dad is waiting with some notes for the blog. He usually has a few bullets, references and some scribbles. It is then my job to English-ize them, find references and content to fill up the blog post.
By the time I came home today, my dad (Subhavilasa) had already left to pick up a devotee to bring home for lunch. All I saw was a note saying Appearance of Lord Varahadeva next to the 3rd canto of Srimad Bhagavatam with a book mark on chapter 13 and a jot down of verses 25 to 33. So instead of reading these 10 pages I had a "brilliant" idea and thought I would surf the net and find something to quickly cut and paste about Lord Varaha. So after reading a lot of variations, I was wondering what to pick and choose.
So I finally did what I should have done in the first place and read the Srimad Bhagavatam and in Chapter 13 and especially those 9 verses the appearance and glories of Lord Varaha are so eloquently described. So below find the purity of Srila Prabhupada's translation and the greatness of the Srimad Bhagavatam without the need for addition, desciption or any editorial from a fallen servant like myself.
SB 3.13.25: When the great sages and thinkers who are residents of Janaloka, Tapoloka and Satyaloka heard the tumultuous voice of Lord Boar, which was the all-auspicious sound of the all-merciful Lord, they chanted auspicious chants from the three Vedas.
SB 3.13.26: Playing like an elephant, He entered into the water after roaring again in reply to the Vedic prayers by the great devotees. The Lord is the object of the Vedic prayers, and thus He understood that the devotees' prayers were meant for Him.
SB 3.13.27: Before entering the water to rescue the earth, Lord Boar flew in the sky, slashing His tail, His hard hairs quivering. His very glance was luminous, and He scattered the clouds in the sky with His hooves and His glittering white tusks.
SB 3.13.28: He was personally the Supreme Lord Visnu and was therefore transcendental, yet because He had the body of a hog, He searched after the earth by smell. His tusks were fearful, and He glanced over the devotee-brāhman as engaged in offering prayers. Thus He entered the water.
SB 3.13.29: Diving into the water like a giant mountain, Lord Boar divided the middle of the ocean, and two high waves appeared as the arms of the ocean, which cried loudly as if praying to the Lord, "O Lord of all sacrifices, please do not cut me in two! Kindly give me protection!"
SB 3.13.30: Lord Boar penetrated the water with His hooves, which were like sharp arrows, and found the limits of the ocean, although it was unlimited. He saw the earth, the resting place for all living beings, lying as it was in the beginning of creation, and He personally lifted it.
SB 3.13.31: Lord Boar very easily took the earth on His tusks and got it out of the water. Thus He appeared very splendid. Then, His anger glowing like the Sudarśana wheel, He immediately killed the demon [Hiranyāksa], although he tried to fight with the Lord.
SB 3.13.32: Thereupon Lord Boar killed the demon within the water, just as a lion kills an elephant. The cheeks and tongue of the Lord became smeared with the blood of the demon, just as an elephant becomes reddish from digging in the purple earth.
SB 3.13.33: Then the Lord, playing like an elephant, suspended the earth on the edge of His curved white tusks. He assumed a bluish complexion like that of a tamāla tree, and thus the sages, headed by Brahmā, could understand Him to be the Supreme Personality of Godhead and offered respectful obeisances unto the Lord.
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We wish all our viewers a very happy Nityananda Trayodasi and we pray at the lotus feet of Sri Nityananda Prabhu, which is more cooling than one million moons, to empower everyone to preach the sankirtan movement far and wide. Celebrating the auspicious appearance of Nityananda Prabhu in Mayapur, Adivas ceremony will take place today- invoking auspiciousness and preparing ourselves to receive the Lord in our heart. The festivities on Nityananda Trayodasi will begin with Mangala Arthi at 4 a.m.
In each of the Australian cities they've visited on this tour, Gaura Vani and As Kindred Spirits have held a kirtan workshop for local musicians, artists, and kirtan singers. In Melbourne, the rehearsal for the Ratha Yatra festival finale functioned in the same way.
Here is the end of the song on the night:
From the Bhaktivedanta Archives
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase Announcement
Coming February 16th, 2011
(Lord Nityananda’s Appearance Day)
The Bhaktivedanta VedaBase 2011.1 update
This update, the first since version 2003.1, will be known as the Bhaktivedanta VedaBase 2011.1.
This is an update to the contents, not an upgrade to the software.
You will be able to download this free update on the Internet from Krishna.com (378 Mb zipped).
Installation instructions are provided in the download.
Bhagavatam Class given on Saturday, 12th Feb, 2011
Srimad Bhagavatam 11.30.8 - The pastime of disappearance of Yadu dynasty teaches us the lesson about the nature of this material world.
Here Sacinandana speaks about following Haridasa Thakur.
Bhagavatam Class given on Friday, 11th Feb, 2011
Srimad Bhagavatam 11.30.7 - Krsna & the Yadus left earth in an astonishing way.
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