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Radha’s Wonderful Dancing


Srila Narahari Chakravarti
Bhakti-ratnäkara 5.3350-3353
(Kedära-räga)
nåtyati rädhä dhåti’-bhara-bhaïjiné gaja-gäminé
maìgalamaya héna malina komala kälindé-pulina
dhani dhani dhani nirmala bara sarasa pulina yäminé
Radha dances. Her graceful steps are like the gait of an elephant. Her movements break Krishna’s
peaceful composure to pieces. All glories! All glories! All glories to the place of Radharani’s dancing, the auspicious, pure soft sands on the bank of the Yamuna that are sweet like nectar.
bäjata mådutara mròaìga dhigi dhigi dhigi taga dhilaìga,
dhä dågu dågu jhendräà dåmi, dåmi dåmi dåmi dräminé
jhunu jhunu paga nüpura-dhvani, kiìkiëi kaöi jhini nini nini
jhaìkåta kara balaya jhanana, jhanana ati-rämiëé
The mròaìgas sweetly declare: "Dhigi dhigi dhigi taga dhilaìga, dhä dågu dågu jhendräà dåmi, dåmi dåmi dåmi dräminé." The anklets say: "Jhunu jhunu paga." The belt of bells affirms: "Jhini nini nini." While the bracelets say: "Jhanana jhanana."
praphullita mukha kaïja basana, daçanävali lalita hasana
nigadata taka thai, thai, thai taka sukha-dhäminé
su-lalita maëi-bhüçaëa gaëa géma dhünata kautuka ghana,
lola locanäïcala bharu, alaka kula laläminé
Her face is like a blossoming lotus. She smiles playfully; her teeth are splendid. Her delightful jangling jewel ornaments say: "taka thai thai thai taka." She is filled with bliss. Her neck sways to and fro and she casts restless sidelong glances. Her locks of hair and her eyebrows are graceful. She is decorated with glorious ornaments.
cämékara garava haraëa, parama madhura madhurima-tana
äbåta basanäïcala cala, jhalakata anupäminé
hastaka bahu-bhéti karata, çobhä-rasa-puïja jharata
narahari bahu nichani nirakhi, lajjita sura-käminé
She robs gold’s pride. She is most sweet. She moves the edge of her garment. She is glorious without peer. With a gesture of her hand she removes all fear. From her comes a flood of nectarean beauty. Gazing at her, the demigoddesses
become embarrassed at their own lack. Narahari Das earnestly worships her. ·
Bibliography
— Narahari Chakravarti. Çré Bhakti-ratnäkara. Gaudiya Mission. Bagbazar, Calcutta. 1987. Bengali.
— Narahari Chakravarti. Çré Bhakti-ratnäkara. English translation by Sri Kusakratha Das. The Krishna Institute. Culver City, California.

Mad For Radha


Sri Srimad Gour Govinda Swami Maharaja
Krishna is controlled by Radharani’s love. Jayadev Goswami has written that Krishna says, dehi pada pallavam udäram  "O Radhe! I am asking you, please give me your lotus feet!" [Géta-govinda 10.8] And, govindänandiné rädhä, govinda-sarvasva — Srimati Radharani is giving pleasure to Govinda; Govinda is everything for her. [Cc. ädi 4.82] Krishna completely belongs to Radha — he has turned mad for Radha. He is acting like a madman.
When Radharani is taking a bath upstream, Krishna takes bath downstream because all the scent, flowers, and kuàkum will come floating down and touch his body. Krishna has becomemad for Srimati Radhika. At night he hides himself behind a berry tree in the courtyard of her house. He is afraid of Radharani’s mother-in-law and sister-in-law. He is hiding because they will chastise him, "Where is that Krishna?! Wicked, very naughty fellow!" He is a madman.
To get the association of Radharani or to touch her body, sometimes Krishna disguises
himself as a washerman’s wife and goes to Radhika’s house, "Radharani, please give me your clothes. I will wash them." At other times he disguises himself as the wife of a barber, näpituné. The wife of the barber goes and puts some red substance, altä on the feet of the ladies. So Krishna assumes that form and goes to Radharani, "Please come, Radhe. I’ll put altä on your feet."
Being so mad for Srimati Radharani, Krishna
assumes the mood and complexion of Radha and comes as Gauranga Mahaprabhu. Mahaprabhu then cries just as Radharani is crying for Krishna: kva kåñëa nanda-kula-candramäù
 "Where is that Krishna, the son of Nanda Maharaja?" kva kåñëa mandra-muralé-ravaù  "Where is that Krishna who plays so sweetly with his flute?" [Cc. antya 19.35] kähäì karoì kähäì päì vrajendra-nandana, "Where can I go? Where shall I find that Vrajendranandan,
the son of Nanda Maharaja?" [Cc. madhya 2.15] Mahaprabhu is saying like that. He is Krishna himself, but because he has assumed the mood and complexion of Srimati Radharani,
he thinks of himself as Radharani. Radharani is greater than Krishna, so Krishna has assumed her mood and complexion. Brahmavädés or mäyävädés want to become the Supreme Lord, or they want to become one with him. They are ignorant fools. Why are you trying to become the Supreme Lord? Why are you trying to become one with him? Become his bhakta, his devotee! The devotee is superior! A devotee is greater than Krishna. Caitanya-caritämåta [ädi 6.100] says, kåñëera samatä haite baòa bhakta-pada [Cc. ädi 6.100]. If you become his dear devotee, a very intimate devotee of Krishna, Krishna will make you greater than him. So why are you trying to become one with him, you nonsense? You become a bhakta!
I say that this claim of Krishna is not true: mattaù parataraà nänyat kiïcid asti dhanaïjaya "O Dhananjaya, there is no one superior to me." [Bg. 7.7] No. This is not true. Krishna’s bhakta can bind him. Mother Yasoda binds Krishna, and the cowherd boy Sridam climbs up on his shoulder. How is this? This is bhakta-vätsalya — how dear his bhakta is to Krishna! Krishna has said [Bhäg. 11.14.15],
na tathä me priyatama ätma-yonir na çaìkaraù
na ca saìkarñaëo na çrér naivätmä ca yathä bhavän
"O Uddhava, you are so dear to me. Ätma-yonir, Brahma, is not so dear; Shankar, Lord Shiva, is not so dear; Lakshmi Devi, the goddess of fortune, she is not so dear; Balaram is not so dear; I myself, my own soul, is not so dear to me as you are dear to me." You see? Then who is greater? The bhakta! kåñëa sämya haite haya baòa bhakta-pada. Become a bhakta and Krishna will make you greater than him! Why are you trying to become one with him, you nonsense?
Therefore I say, this is not true! Krishna is cheating: mattaù parataraà nänyat kiïcid asti dhanaïjaya  "O Dhananjaya, there is no one superior to me." Cheating! "No, no, no. There is someone superior to you. Your bhakta is superior." So become his bhakta. This is Krishna. ·
— From a lecture in Bhubaneswar, 12 October 1989.

Best of All Places


Srila Bhaktisiddhanta
Saraswati Thakur Prabhupada
As the surrendered maidservants of Sri Radha, we have to constantly live on the banks of Radha Kund. In the Narayan conception
there is no existence of father and mother. Narayan is unborn. But when that unborn Lord appears as the son of Devaki and Vasudev in Mathura, he performs the pastime of taking birth. The Lord of Vaikuntha
is unborn. But since that unborn Lord, due to his inconceivable potency, manifested his pastime of taking birth, his position as the Supreme Lord becomes more glorious. Therefore Mathura is superior
to Vaikuntha.
Lord Krishna appears in the pure mind of a practitioner. That pure mind is also Mathura. Many people consider Mathura a mythical place, a place described in fairy tales. Doing so denies Krishna’s inconceivable
potency. By his inconceivable potency, Mathura appears along with Krishna in this material world.
Vrindavan, where Krishna enjoyed the räsa-lélä, is superior to Mathura, where Krishna took birth. Caitanya-caritämåta (ädi 1.17) states:
çréman räsa-rasärambhi vaàçévaöa-taöa-sthitaù
karñan veëu-svanair gopér gopé-näthaù çriye ‘stu naù
Sri Srila Gopinath, who originated the transcendental
mellow of the räsa dance, stands on the shore in Vamshivat and attracts the attention of the cowherd damsels with the sound of his celebrated flute. May they all confer upon us their benedictions.
From his birth in Mathura, Krishna enjoys his pastimes as an immature boy. In the räsa-lélä arena he is a mature boy.
Once, Krishna was enjoying räsa-lélä pastimes with his different types of gopé friends. When Sri Radha arrived and saw that the special characteristics of her service could not be exhibited in a räsa-lélä that included
so many types of gopés, she left the arena and went to Govardhan. Chandravali also arrived there. When Sri Radha saw Sri Krishna sitting inside a cave at Govardhan with Chandravali, she became very upset. After tactfully deceiving Chandravali’s messenger Saibya, Radha’s gopé friends, Tulasi, Dhanishtha, and others sent Chandravali
to Sakhisthali. That is why Srila Das Goswami Prabhupada, who was a staunch follower of Sri Rupa, offered his obeisances to Sakhisthali from a distance. After deceiving
Chandravali, Sri Radha’s followers brought Shyamasundar to Radha Kund.
Sri Govardhan, where Sri Radha-Krishna’s
most confidential amorous pastimes take place, is superior to Vrindavan. In his prayer to Sri Govardhan, Srila Raghunätha Das Goswami wrote (Stavävali, Govardhanäçraya-
daçakam 6):
yasyäà mädhava-näviko rasavatém ädhäya rädhäà-tare
madhye caïcala-keli-päta-valanät träsaiù stuvatyäs tataù
sväbhéñöhaà paëam ädadhe vahati sä yasmin mano-jähnavé
kastaà tan nava-dampati-pratibhuvaà govardhanaà näçrayet
Who will not take shelter of Govardhan Hill, the abode of the youthful couple, where Madhava became a boatman and took sweetly beautiful Radha on his boat to the middle of Manasi Ganga? Then, when Radha became frightened by the turbulent waves stirred by a great storm, she prayed to Krishna to calm the water. After which Madhava took his desired fee from her.
Radha Kund is superior to Govardhan because it is flooded fully with the nectarean
love of Sri Krishna. Sri Rupa-manjari, who understood Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s confidential intention, instructed that service
to Radha Kund, the highest object ofSri Gaurahari’s internal mood, is the ultimate
goal of all service. Sri Radha Kund is totally incomprehensible and unattainable for followers of the Nimbarka Sampradaya, by the followers of any sampradäya under Chandravali’s guidance, and by the so-called followers of mädhurya-rasa who are devoid of devotion to Gaura. Therefore Srila
Das Goswami wrote in his prayer to Sri Radha Kund (Stavävalé, Rädhä-kuëòäñöakam, text 2):
vraja-bhuvi mura-çatroù preyasénäà nikämair
asulabham api türëaà prema-kalpa-drumaà tam
janayati hådi bhümau snätur uccair priyaà yat
tad ati-surabhi rädhä-kuëòam eväçrayo me
May very dear and fragrant Radha Kund, which, for one who bathes in it, immediately creates in the land of the heart a desire tree of pure love rare even among the gopé beloveds of Krishna in Vraja, be my shelter.
In his tenth verse in Upädeçämåta,, Sri Rupa Goswami has ascertained who among the devotees is the best:
karmibhyaù parito hareù priyatayä vyaktià yayur jïäninas
tebhyo jïäna-vimukta-bhakti-paramäù premaika-niñöhäs tataù
tebhyas täù paçu-päla-paëkaja-dåças täbhyo ‘pi sä rädhikä
presthä tadvad iyaà tadéya-sarasé täm näçrayet kaù kåté
In the çästra it is said that of all types of fruitive workers, he who is advanced in knowledge of the higher values of life is favored by the Supreme Lord Hari. Out of many such jïänés, persons who are advanced in knowledge, one who is practically
liberated by virtue of his knowledge may take to devotional service. He is superior to the others. However, one who has actually attained prema, pure love of Krishna, is superior to him. The gopés are exalted above all the advanced devotees because they are always totally dependent
upon Sri Krishna, the transcendental cowherd
boy. Among the gopés, Srimati Radharani is the most dear to Krishna. Her kuëòa, lake, is as profoundly dear to Lord Krishna as this most beloved of the gopés. Who, then, will not reside at Radha Kund, and in a spiritual body surcharged with ecstatic devotional feelings, apräkåta-bhäva, render loving service to the divine couple Sri Sri Radha-Govinda, who perform their añöa-käliya-lélä, their eternal eight-fold daily pastimes? Indeed, those who execute devotional service on the banks of Radha Kund are the most fortunate people in the universe.
Only the most fortunate pure-hearted souls live in the most sanctified place, Sri Radha Kund, and worship Krishna twenty-four hoursof Goloka, the most confidential place in the spiritual sky, and the only shelter for devotees on the platform of mädhurya-rasa. Planets like Bhu, Bhuvah, and Svah are meant for ambitious
householders. Above them are planets like Mahar, Jana, Tapa, and Satya, which are meant for the celibates. Upakurvaëa-brahmacärés live in Maharlok, naiñöhika-brahmacärés attain Janalok, vänaprasthas attain Tapalok, and sannyäsés
enjoy in Satyalok. The Bhagavad-gétä (8.16) confirms:
ä-brahma-bhuvanäl lokäù punar ävartino ‘rjuna
mäm upetya tu kaunteya punar janma na vidyate
From the highest planet in the material world down to the lowest, all are places of misery wherein repeated birth and death take place. But one who attains to my abode, O son of Kunti, never takes birth again.
The ecstatic spiritual abode of Vaikuntha
is rarely attained even by liberated souls. The Lord’s devotees who are free from material desire at once attain that abode after leaving their material bodies. Mathura is superior to Vaikuntha; Vrindavan,
the abode of the räsa-lélä, is superior to Mathura; Govardhan is superior to Vrindavan;
and Radha Kund is the best of all. ·
Bibliography

Amrta Vani. A collection of statements from Srila Bhaktisiddhanta
Saraswati Thakur. Originally compiled in Bengali by Sri Bhakti Bhagavat Mayukha Maharaja. Translated into English by Bhumipati Das. Touchstone Media. Mumbai. 2004.
— Raghunath Das Goswami. Çré Stavävalé. Bengali translation by Sri Ananta Das Pandit. Radha Kund. 1990. Bengali.

RadharRani’s Aanxiety


His Divine Grace
A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Even in Vrindavan there is anxiety.
Radharani is in anxiety that "Krishna is not here. How will Krishna come?" The gopés are also in anxiety, so much so that when Krishna used to go to the forest for tending the cows and the gopés remained at home, they were said to be thinking, "Krishna’s feet are so soft that we hesitate to take them on our breasts, but he is now walking in the forest where there are so many stones and pricks giving pain to his lotus feet." Thinking like this, they fainted. This is also anxiety. So much anxiety that they faint — but that is for Krishna. Therefore the gopés are exalted. Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu recommends, ramyä käcid upäsanä vraja-vadhü-vargeëa yä kalpitä — "There is no better type of worship
of Krishna than was done by the gopés." [Srinath Chakravarti’s Caitanya-matta-maïjuñä
commentary on Çrémad Bhägavatam] So there is spiritual anxiety and material anxiety. Spiritual anxiety means you are advancing in spiritual life. Material anxiety means you are going downhill. ·
— From a lecture in Hawaii on 7 February 1975.

Why we should walk.....


The Organs of your body have their sensory touches at the bottom of your foot, if you massage these points you will find relief from aches and pains as you can see the organs are on right and left foot, the heart is on the left foot.

This time, it put organs on the feet as they are. Typically they are shown as points and arrows to show which organ it connects to.

It is indeed correct since the nerves connected to these organs terminate here.

This is covered in great details in Acupressure studies or textbooks.

GOD created our body so well that he has even thought of this. He made us walk so that we will always be pressing these pressure points and thus keeping these organs activated at all times.

So, keep walking... and Chant Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Hare Hare & be Happy

What Should Be One's Attitude Towards Hearing In Association Of Devotees- HG RSP Speaks


Association of Devotees means associating with hearing and chanting, because that’s what Devotees offer us. When we hear and chant, we associate with Krishna. In this way associating with Devotees means associating with Krishna. When we associate with name, form, pastimes of Krishna, then our attraction for Krishna, associating with Krishna, surrendering to Krishna increases. This is purpose of association. Association should kindle us in such manner that we should want to go to Spiritual World…, we shouldn’t want stay in Material World.

When association takes place with Devotees?...... We can be official attendees of class, we may be physically present and mentally absent, we may not have respect for speaker… etc, All these things will not allow us to hear. First 8 verses of Srimad Bhagavatam 1.1 speak about only one thing- they talk about submissiveness in hearing. Because if somebody wants to hear for sake of information, he will not benefit much. How should one hear lecture??

We should hear with

1. Respect

2. Appreciation

3. Gratitude

4. Affection for speaker.

If we criticize Devotees, result is that it creates disturbance in heart which stops us attentively hearing the message of Srimad Bhagavatam and hearing the holy names. If we are committing offenses, message will not sink the heart. When message touches the heart, then we have heard the lecture. Then we can say that we took association.
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Chanting Hare Krsna maha-mantra

Although the term “Hare Krsna” became established in the West, almost no one knows what it means. Is it just a repeated mantrum meant to hypnotize those who chant it? Is it maybe a way to escape reality? Or is it an authentic meditation really able to increase one’s consciousness?

The transcendental vibration established by the chanting of Hare Krsna, Hare Krsna, Krsna Krsna, Hare Hare/ Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare is the sublime method of reviving our transcendental consciousness. Krsna means “the all-attractive person”, Rama means “the highest pleasure”, and Hare refers to Krsna’s internal pleasure potency known as Srimati Radharani. As living spiritual souls we are all originally Krsna conscious entities, but due to our association with matter from time immemorial, our consciousness is now polluted by the material atmosphere. The material environment, in which we are now living, is called maya, or illusion. Maya means “that which is not”. And what is this illusion? The illusion is that we are all trying to be lords of material nature, while actually we are under the grip of her stringent laws. When a servant artificially tries to imitate the all-powerful master, this is called illusion. In this polluted concept of life, we are all trying to exploit the resources of material nature, but actually we are becoming more and more entangled in her complexities. Therefore, although we are engaged in a hard struggle to conquer nature, we are ever more dependent on her. This illusory struggle against material nature can be stopped at once by revival of our Krsna consciousness. Chanting of the maha-mantra is the transcendental process of reviving of this original, pure consciousness. By chanting of this transcendental vibration we can cleanse our hearts of all impurities. Their basis is the false consciousness that I am the lord of all I survey.

Krsna consciousness is not an artificial imposition on the mind. This consciousness is the original natural energy of the living entity. Hare Krsna mantra, or the Great Chanting for Deliverance, is enacted from the spiritual platform, and thus this sound vibration surpasses all lower strata of consciousness - namely sensual, mental, and intellectual. There is no need, therefore, to understand the language of the mantra, nor is there any need for mental speculation nor any intellectual adjustment for chanting this mantra. This simplest method of meditation is recommended for this age. Anyone, including the children, can take part in chanting without any previous qualification.

Loud chanting has the added benefit of allowing other living beings to hear the holy names. This fits well with one of the characteristics of real religion: everyone should benefit from its performance. The Vedas proclaim, sarve sukhino bhavantu: “Let everyone be happy.” More than any other religious process, harinama-sankirtana fulfills that need in human society.

Devotees in the Hare Krsna movement perform the traditional method of congregational chanting called kirtana. This group singing of Hare Krsna is accompanied by percussion instruments, such as gongs, drums (mrdanga), and cymbals (karatala). During kirtana, whether in the temple or outside, devotees usually stand or dance. One person leads the singing, and everyone else responds. Devotees hold kirtanas in the public places (so-called harinamas) so that others may benefit by hearing the Lord’s holy names. Krsna considers such unintentional hearing devotional service, and it entitles one to render more service in the future.

Sweets which we offer during harinamas come from the same source as many other ancient Indian specialties: our famous vegetarian restaurants Govinda. It is not just a food to fill one’s stomach. Because it is also the spiritual food, called prasadam (mercy), it is meant for the purification of consciousness and the encouragement of the soul.

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How to take darshan in the temple


Offering obeisances


Upon entering the temple, one should first offer obeisances (panchanga pranama) to the assembled Vaisnavas and utter the prayer:

väïchä-kalpatarubhyaç ca kåpä-sindhubhya eva ca
patitänäà pävanebhyo vaiñëavebhyo namo namaù

I offer my respectful obeisances unto all the Vaishnava devotees of the Lord. They are just like desire trees who can fulfill the desires of everyone and they are full of compassion for fallen conditioned souls.

Then one should offer obeisances (full dandavats for men) to Srila Prabhupada, keeping him on one's left, and chant his pranati mantra.

One should then move towards the deities and offer full prostrated obeisances, keeping the deities on our left side and chant their respective pranama mantras.

It may be noted that one should not ofer obeisances on one hand. Both hands should support the body while bowing down and both hands should be outstretched.


Meditating upon the deities


  • After offering obeisances to the deities one should take darshana with great devotion and beg for Their mercy.

  • One should not, however, immediately look upon the deities full in the face. The proper manner in which one should take darshan of the Lord is described in Srimad Bhagvatam 2.2.13

    The proces of meditation should begin from lotus feet of the Lord and progres to His smiling face. The meditation should be concentrated upon the lotus feet then the calves, then the thighs and in this way higher and higher. The more the mind becomes fixed on diferent parts of the limbs one after another, the more the intelligence becomes purified.

  • Srila Prabhupada explains in the purport that such meditation will help us get detached from sense gratification. The mood of the devotee taking darshan is "Sir, I am your seternal servant. Please let me know how can I serve You?". The functions of the big deities in the temple are for giving darshan and usually are the istadevas of the sampradaya. So it is quite natural and respectful to see Them first.

    There are also other considerations. If there are three altars Like the Krishna Balaram Mandir in Vrindavan or Sri Sri Radha Rasbihari Mandir at Juhu then Srila Prabhupada would pay obeisances first at Gaur Nitai`s Altar then go to Krishna Balaram's Altar and then to Sri Sri Radha Syamsunder.

    Also the devotee may like to see his Guru first {but his Guru`s Picture may not be present} then take darshan in the ascending order to Krishna.

    While taking darshan one may stand at the sides so that darshan is not obstructed from the devotees who are siting. The darshan should begin, as we face the deities, from the left-hand corner and move progresively, Deity by Deity to the right-hand corner. In Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Mandir this would mean beginning the darshan with Guru Parampara, then Lord Nityananda and ending with Sri Gopajli.
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Please accept my humble obeisances! All glories to Srila Prabhupada!


As you all know that today's ( Aug 21) evening lecture will be given by H.H.Radhanath Swami Maharaj at the Seattle temple (VCC) starting from 7.30pm, it is our humble attempt to broadcast the lectures (both voice and video) to the devotees who stay outside Seattle or cannot make it to the temple.

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Here is the proposed schedule for Maharaj's lectures:

Aug 21 '08 - Evening Satsang program 7:30pm - 9:00pm at VCC

Aug 22 '08 - Evening Satsang program 7:30pm - 9:00pm at VCC

Aug 23 '08 - Morning Bhagavatham class 8:00am - 9:30am at VCC

Aug 24 '08 - Morning program (Srila Prabhupada's appearance day celebrations) 9:00am - 12:00 noon at VCC
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