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Meera bhajan by MS Subbulakshmi - lyrics and video

More to girdhar gopal, doosro na koi
Jaake sir mor mukut, mero pati soi, prabhu
Shankh chakra gada padma kanth-maal hoi

More to girdhar gopal, doosro na koi
Taat maat bandhu bhraat aapna na koi
Shaan gayi kul ki kaani, kya karega koi
Asuan jal seench seench prem bel boi, prabhu
daasi Meera prabhu lagan lagi,honi ho so hoi
More to girdhar gopal, doosro na koi

Mewar na Srinath ji - video


Gujarati Lyrics

Ame bhareli najru rakho mewar na srinathji
Darshan aapo, dukhara kato, mewar na srinathji

Charan kamal ma sheesh namaami, vandan karu srinathi
Daya kari ne bhakti dejo, mewar na srinathji

Hu dukhiyaro taare dwaare aavi ubho srinathji
Ashish dejo, ur ma lejo mewar na srinathji

Taare bharose jeevan naiya haanki rahya srinathji
Bane sukaane paar utaaro mewar na srinathji

Bhakto tamaara kare vinanti, saambarjo srinathji
Muj aanganiye vaas tamaaro mewar na srinathji

English Translation

Keep your sight on me, Srinathji who is stationed at Nathdwara temple in Mewar. Please show yourself to me. Free me from a unhappy state of mind.

Bowing at your feet which are the colour of pink lotus blooms, I pray for devotion.

In a state of sadness, I have come to your door, please take me in your heart.

The boat of my life I steer with faith. If you so please, help me reach the bank, the destination in life.

As your devotee, I ask of you, please pay attention to my request - "Please come and live in my house, and make it yours.

Yamunashtak by Vallabhacharya - Sanskrit text

Yamunashtak is a a 9 versed Sanskrit poem by Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya. His collective work in poetry is known as Shodash Granth. His followers are known as Pushtimargi Vaishnavas. Reading the Yamunashtak and praying to Yamuna Maharani helps in winning over personal weaknesses, suggests, the 16th century Bhakti saint, Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya...

Bhaktivardhini by Vallabhacharya, Sanskrit text

Bhaktivardhini is a Sanskrit text written by Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya. This poem advocates for devotion as a tool for spiritual development. Vallabhacharya was the founder of Pushtimarg, a Vaishnav tradition that considers love to be a primary tool for knowing God. More...

Venu Geet, Sanskrit text

Venu Geet, Srimad Bhagwat
Venu Geet, is a popular excerpt from Srimad Bhagwat Mahapurana, written by Krishna Dvaipayana Maharshi Ved Vyas. Venu Geet appears in Srimad Bhagwatam's Canto 10. Venu geet is sung by the Gopis in praise of Krishna and his flute. It is an account of the Gopis reacting to the sound of Krishna's flute as he herded cows in the surrounding jungle. Venu Geet vividly describes Krishna, the natural surroundings of Vrindavan, River Yamuna, trees, bamboo bushes, birds, deers, clouds, apsaras and simple women, and of course the cows and calves responding to the song of love that the flute brings to those receptive to it. More...

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