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Krishna Karnamrita – Bilvamangala Thakura – Lilasuka
Sixth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: Nirmalji Prem Sudha Dhara: Oh, that I may see that young boy, who has a complexion as deep blue as a sapphire; sweet lips like bimba fruit; charming, mild smiling; soothing, nectarous words; cooling glances; and large, dawn-red eyes, and who is famous for His flute-song.
Seeing me from a distance with a flood of sidelong glances, my Lord walks toward me with the sportive grace of an elephant and moves my heart with the current of flute-sound emanating from His mouth, which is filled with brightly glowing teeth.
Pilgrimage to Kirshna Puri Chapter Nursing him back to health, she began detesting herself and her profession. An Ardent Longing for Krishna Sri Lilashuka Bilavamangal,the composer of the ‘Sri Krishna Karnamrit”, belongs to the parikar of madhur bhava or the pivotal concept of sweet love. Lord Krishna Wearing Peacock Feathers. So what else can I say?
No one else knows about this. For this very reason, t he earlier pleasure of belonging and the agony of separation from Krishna, the supreme lover gives rise to an ardent longing in Sri Bilavmangal ji. Karnamriat wealth of His artistic attributes and amorous gestures are beyond the understanding of fools. O Karnamtita, please show me Your mercy by casting upon me Your charming sidelong glances, moving to the accompaniment of Your flute-song.
General Our expectation from hariharji. I bow to You, who are the ornament of glorious Gokula and who are the unique ocean of sweet, loving tenderness glowing in the distance beyond words and thought.
Sri Krishna Karnamrita
And if I’m without Your blessings, what use are kaarnamrita Serving him, he stayed there for a year and due to his grace, love for Vraj Vihari Sri Krishna invaded his heart. Rajeshji Prem Sudha Dhara: October Spiritual Calendar: I want to see Your beautiful, attractive face somewhere in a solitary place, but how can this be accomplished?
He is fickle, yet He is like the central jewel in the necklace of the milkmaids. His soft, bright bluish cheeks glow with ever new effulgence. His arms, diffusing a flood of sweetness, are the vessel of desire’s fulfilment for the doe-eyed milkmaids.
This is ,arnamrita, who has stolen the lotus of my heart. Shuka means parrot Ever since he became famed by the name of ‘Lilashuk B ilavmangal’. I simply bow down before You again and again, and yet again. Eighteenth Shloka Shri Venu Geet: The Ten Incarnations of Vishnu. February, Spiritual Calendar: Shatrughan Stuti  Vinay Patrika: You are the only ocean of mercy! November Spiritual Calendar: Indeed, He is, amazingly, the only enjoyer and the only source of enjoyment in the entire universe.
Shiv Stuti  Vinay Patrika: May Spiritual Calendar: How wondrous these lotus eyes! Nepal Pilgrimage Chapter 5: His forearms are swinging, His eyes move krisjna with krushna agitation of love, and the moon of His lotus face displays a tender, gentle smile.
March Spiritual Calendar: Sriman Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Hearing the ‘Sri Krishna Karnamrita’ When Sriman Chaitanya Mahaprabhu had gone on a pilgrimage to the south and was having darshan of the temples of gods situated on the banks of the Krishna Venva river, he saw its paath religiously being done everywhere by Vaishnava Brahmins. Ramaraju, Dean of Arts, Osmania University, including the verses of velagapUDi vengaya amAtyaearliest known translator of this work transposing Sanskrit verses into classical Telugu verses.
My eye desires to see the form of the young child of Vraja, who enchants the whole universe. Mahaprabhu was krisha on hearing a couple of its shlokas. Let us attempt those details as and when needed.
His lovely lips are red like bimba fruits, and with His sweet, gentle laughter he seems to be churning [the ocean of my heart] with Mount Mandara. Till the tenth stage of man death comes upon me through some physical defect, kdishna 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.
On that stormy night despite the rain and storm he took Chintamani’s name and jumped into the river. If you want to karnajrita, then listen carefully to something that even the incomparable poets of old did not take note of. Kakiji Prem Sudha Dhara: