The Song of Krsna’s Flute, Srimad -Bhagavatam Tenth Canto – Chapter Twenty-one
The gopi's sing the glories of the sound of Sri Krsna’s flute as He enters the enchanting forest of Vrndavana upon the arrival of autumn
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This book presents a series of lectures spoken in English giving commentry on every sloka of the 21st chapter of the 10th canto of Srimad Bhagvatam. his highest worshipers the gopis, explain their feelings of seperation for Krishna and manifest symptoms of maha-bhava.
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam is the fully ripened, nectarean fruit of the desire tree of all Vedic literature, and within this Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, gopī-prema has been ascertained to be the ultimate objective of the living being. In the chapter called Veṇu-gīta, some of the towering waves of this gopī-prema can be seen. A yearning to be immersed in this nectarean ocean sprouts in the hearts of the faithful devotees who are situated on its shore. In his beautiful elucidation on the verses of Veṇu-gīta, Śrī Śrīmad Bhaktivedānta Nārāyaṇa Gosvāmī Mahārāja reveals the depth of the commentaries his spiritual predecessors, Śrīla Jīva Gosvāmī and Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī Ṭhākura.
This book is a unique and invaluable contribution to our authentic Gaudiya Vaisnava literatures. If any sincere person reads it with an open mind, his heart will surely be attracted and infused with the desire to seriously cultivate vraja-bhakti. The introduction is also significant with its presentation of many authentic proofs in establishing what is the qualification to hear these confidential topics and in asserting that it is actually our duty to hear them from bona fide Vaisnavas in our disciplic line. Presenting many charming descriptions of the moods of the gopis who speak the Venu-Gita, this grantha is a beautiful and priceless gift given by our venerable Gurudeva to the sadhaka who is aspiring to do raganuga bhajana.
Srimad-Bhagavatam is a direct manifestation of the Supreme Lord. It is an ambrosial, overflowing ocean of supremely sweet nectarean love (prema-rasa) for the original Supreme Personality of Godhead (Svayam Bhagavan), that is, Vrajendra-nandana Sri Krsna, the personification of divine mellows. Rasika and bhavuka devotees absorbed in tasting the beauty of Krsna’s pastimes, always drown in this ocean. Srimad-Bhagavatam is the fully ripened, juicy fruit of the desire tree of Vedic literature that comprises the entirety of Indian thought. Within Srimad-Bhagavatam, gopi-prema, the love of the cowherd maidens of Vraja, has been ascertained to
be the ultimate objective.
A few towering waves of gopi-prema can be seen from the Venu-gita portion of Srimad-Bhagavatam. Rasika devotees, who are seasoned in experiencing divine loving sentiments, drown themselves in these waves and even lose all consciousness of their own bodies. Greed to be immersed in this ambrosial ocean sprouts also in the hearts of the faithful devotees who are situated on the shore of this ocean.
Contents: Preface, Introduction, Mangalacarana
Verse 1: Sri Krsna enters the forest of Vrndavana upon the arrival of autumn
Verse 2: Sri Krsna plays a captivating tune on His flute, drowning Vrndavana in bliss
Verses 3-4: Hearing the sound of the flute, the gopis attempt to describe its beauty and are overwhelmed with desire to meet Krsna
Verse 5: Krsna appears splendidly attired as the most beautiful dancer
Verse 6: The nectar of divine love floods the gopis’ hearts
Verse 7: To behold the beautiful faces of the sons of the King of Vraja is the perfection of the eyes
Verse 8: Krsna and Balarama appear as two splendid dancers amidst all the sakhas and cows
Verse 9: The venu steals the nectar of Krsna’s lips which rightfully belongs to the gopis
Verse 10: The peacocks become intoxicated and dance to the sound of Krsna’s flute
Verse 11: The deer worship Krsna with their loving sidelong glances
Verse 12: The demigoddesses riding in their airplanes become stunned and their clothes come loose
Verse 13: The cows drink the nectar of the flute with the cups of their upraised ears
Verse 14: The birds are sages who sit upon the trees listening to the flute with rapt attention
Verse 15: The rivers embrace Krsna’s lotus feet with their waves and offer flowers
Verse 16: The clouds form an umbrella to protect Krsna from the heat
Verse 17: The Pulindis smear themselves with the kunkuma from Krsna’s lotus feet
Verse 18: Govardhana is hari-dasa-varya
Verse 19: Krsna binds the cows with His cowherd ropes
Verse 20: The gopis feel a oneness with Krsna’s pastimes which continuously manifest in their hearts
TITLE: Venu Gita - English
AUTHOR: Sri KrsnaDvaipayan Veda Vyasa
EDITOR: Srimad Bhaktivedanta Narayana Goswami Maharaja
PUBLISHER: Gaudiya Vedanta Publications
EDITION: Second, 2009
ISBN: 9781935428183 978-1-935428-18-3
PAGES: 200, with Glossary
SHIPPING WEIGHT: 495 grams
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