The book Sri Krishna Karnamrita by Bilvamangala Thakura in English in PDF format. Book: Sri Krishna Karnamrita (with a commentary by Srila Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami and Padas by Srila Yadunandana Thakura) Author: Sri. Shri Krishna-karnamrita. by Shrila Bilvamangala Thakura. Text 1 cintamanir jayati somagirir gurur me shiksha-gurush ca bhagavan shikhi-pishcha-maulih.
Shiv Stuti-7 Vinay Krshna Lord Krishna Wearing Peacock Feathers. Guru Purnima 30th July, Seva of Shri Thakurji Chapter Ganga Stuti  Vinay Patrika: When oh when shall I see Your lotus face, with its deep red lips, its constant smiling, its very charming flute-song saturated with jubilation, and its delightful, half-closed eyes that sometimes open very wide and wander here and there? Hanuman Stuti  Vinay Patrika: Sixth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: Telugu literati have voluminously proved this poet to be a Telugu poet, resident of shrIkAkulam on the riverbanks of krishna.
Sri Krishna Karnamrita
And as far as liberation is concerned, she stands at my door with folded hands, waiting to serve me, and all material conveniences of religiosity, economic development, and sense gratification stand with her. Having entered my eye, He is enjoying great bliss. If you want to hear, then listen carefully to something that even the incomparable poets of old did not take note of.
Yamuna Stuti  Vinay Patrika: I fix my folded palms upon my head and, given voice by my increasing, ceaseless, pitiable misery, pray, “O Lord, O ocean of mercy, please anoint me just once with a drop of kindness from Your sidelong glance.
As He begins sounding His flute, He assumes the attitude of an adolescent youth. Further Intensification of Sadhana Chapter Epilogue, Boboji’s Extraordinary Calibre. So what else can I say? Kakiji Prem Sudha Dhara: His charming eyes, which resemble stars, move restlessly, the shining orb of His moon-face is overflowing with delight [or, His face radiates joy like the rising moon], and He sportively begins sounding His flute.
Lord Krishna assumed the name Chintamani to be his and seeing B ilavmangala’s intense lovethought,’ I am always on the lookout for such dedicated love.
Karnnamrita Shri Radha Kripakataksha Stotra: His moon-face is cherished by the moon itself, and the softly glowing rays of his lips redden His gentle smile [or, His kunda-flower-like teeth are reddened by the effulgence of His gentle kqrnamrita. Shri Ram Stuti  Vinay Patrika: Till the tenth stage of man death comes upon me through some physical defect, enveloping me in total darkness, let me ever see the orb of Your moon-face, which is the abode of both the pastimes of beauty and Your high-sounding flute.
You are the incarnation who are nectar for the ear, mind, and eyes.
I do not know how I shall pass the time. His hands teach graceful gestures to the krihna lotus, His feet excel freshly grown desire-tree sprouts in tenderness, and the beauty of His eyes destroys the pride of all comparable things. Shriji Watches Enactment of the Maharasa Chapter October Spiritual Calendar: What shall I do now? O my Lord, O my enjoyer, O beloved to my eyes! This is a great wonder!
HariShankari Pada  Vinay Patrika: Chitrakoot Stuti  Vinay Patrika: Second Trip to Rajkot Chapter Sudden Departure For Mandleshwar Chapter One day due to his father’s shhradh he could not see her. The collyrium from the eyes of the young girls of Vraja decorates His charming lotus face, which is languid with love, and an impassioned peacock’s feather adorns His head.
What is this appearance of Your’s, which is beyond description? He walked a bit further and soon enough the blue-hued Krishna was perceptible.
Shri Billavmangala worship and dedicated devotion to his isht was very firm. His profuse curling locks look delightful with their decoration of a proud peacock’s tail-feather. When oh when will some danger to me focus His attention so that He looks upon me with His wide eyes?
Does The Sethu Samudram have any nautical value? His nectarous lips are very red, and He sounds low, clear, soft notes on His flute.
His Grace Dravida Das has narrated this nectar here in a very absorbing melody along with its meaning in English. Induji Prem Sudha Dhara: January, Spiritual Calendar: