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Stava-mala of Sri Rupa Gosvami
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Back of the Book

Written by the XVIth century saint and poet Srila Rupa Gosvami, the "Stava-mala" or "Garland devotional prayers", describes the glorious rapture of divine sentiments felt by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, while He loudly chanted Lord Hari's Holy Name. Through divine poetry, the Gosvami has blessed the world with the most sublime description of Sri Caitanya's heart.

"bhuvam sincann asru-srutibhir abhitah Sandra-pulakaih
paritango nipa stabake-nava-kinjalka-jayibhih
Ghana-sveda-stoma-stimita-tanur utkirtana-sukhi,br> Sa caitanyah kim me punar api drsor yasyati padam."

Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu became joyful during the chanting of the holy names, and he sprinkled the earth with showers of tears. All the hairs of His body, standing on end, appeared like the beautiful filaments of fresh kadamba blossoms, and his body glistened with perspiration. Will he again become visible before the path of my eyes?

About the Book

In a purport of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Srila Prabhupada wrote: In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (180) Sri Rupa Gosvami is described to be the gopi named Sri Rupa manjari. In the Bhakti-ratnakara there is a list of the books Sri Rupa Gosvami compiled. Of all his books, the following sixteen are very popular among Vaisnavas: (1) Hamsaduta, (2) Uddhava-sandesa, (3) Krsna-janma -tithi-vidhi (4 and 5) Radha-krsna-ganoddesa-dipika, Brhat (major) and Laghu (minor), (6) Stavamala, (7) Vidagdha-madhava, (8) Lalita-madhava, (9) Dana-keli-kaumudi, (10) Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (this is the most celebrated book by Sri Rupa Gosvami), (11) Ujjvala-nilamani, (12) Akhyata-candrika, (13) Mathura-mahima, (14) Padyavali, (15) Nataka-candrika and (16) Laghu-bhagavatamrta.

In his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, the author, Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami, has mentioned many verses from the Stavamala.

About the Author

Srila Rupa Gosvami is supremely worshipable for all of us, as explained by Srila Prabhupada:

"We Gaudiya Vaisnavas are known as rupanuga."

"Actually going to Vrndavana involves taking shelter of the six Gosvamis by reading the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu, Vidagdha-madhava, Lalita-madhava and the other books that they have given. In this way one can understand the transcendental loving affairs between Radha and Krsna.

 

Kabe hama bujhaba se yugala-piriti.

Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu said:
"I met Rupt Gosvami at Prayaga, and became very attracted to him because of his exalted qualities." Thereafter, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu praised Rupa Gosvami's use of metaphors and other literary ornaments, and said that without such poetic attributes there is no possibility of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associates of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associated to bless Rupa Gosvami so that he would be able to continuously describe the pastimes of Vrindavana, which are full of emotional love of Godhead.

Introduction

In a purport of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Srila Prabhupada wrote: In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (180) Sri Rupa Gosvami is described to be the gopi named Sri Rupa manjari. In the Bhakti-ratnakara there is a list of the books Sri Rupa Gosvami compiled. Of all his books, the following sixteen are very popular among Vaisnavas: (1) Hamsaduta, (2) Uddhava-sandesa, (3) Krsna-janma-tithi-vidhi, (4 and 5) Radha-krsna-ganoddesa-dipika, Brhat (major) and Laghu (minor), (6) Stavamala, (7) Vidagdha-madhava, (8) Lalita-madhava, (9) Dana-keli-kaumudi, (10)Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (this is the most celebrated book by Sri Rupa Gosvami), (11) Ujjvala-nilamani, (12) Akhyata-candrika, (13) Mathura-mahima, (14) Padyavali, (15) Nataka-candrika and (16) Laghu-bhagavatamrta.

In his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, the author, Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami, has mentioned many verses from the Stava-mala. One example is Madhya 13.206.

"In his prayer known as the Caitanyastaka, Srila Rupa Gosvami has given a vivid description of the Lord's dancing before the car of Jagannatha."

In the purport, Srila Prabhupada wrote:

"Srila Rupa Gosvami composed three prayers with the title Caitanyastaka, (…) which are included in the book Stava-mala."

 

Contents
Prathama Sri Caitanyastakas
(First eight prayers glorifying Lord Caitanya)
21
Dvitiya Sri Caitanyastaka
(Second eight prayers glorifying Lord Caitanya)
28
Thitiya Sri Caitanyastaka
(Third eight prayers glorifying Lord Caitanya)
35
Sri Anandakhya-stotra
(Prayers of names of bliss)
41
Sri lilamrtakhya name-dasaka
(Ten names that bear the title of The Nectar of Transcendental Pastimes)
45
Premendu-sagarakhya Sri Krsna-namastottara-sata (The ocean of the moon of pure love. 108 names of Sri Krsna) 49
Sri Kesavastaka
(Eight Prayers glorifying Lord Kesava)
72
Prathama Sri Kunja-vihary-astaka
(First eight prayers glorifying Lord Kesava, who enjoys pastimes in the forest)
79
Dvitiya Sri Kunja-vihary-astaka
(Second eight prayers glorifying Lord Kesava, who enjoys pastimes in the forest)
85
Sri Mukundastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Lord Mukunda)
92
Sri Vraja-nava-yuva-rajastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying the Prince of Vraja)
99
Pranama-pranaya-stava
(Bowing down and offering prayers of love)
105
Sri Hari-kusuma-stabaka
(A bunch of flowers for Lord Hari)
113
Gatha-cchandah-stav
(Gatha-cchandah prayer)
120
Tribhangi-cchandah-stava
(Tribhangi-cchandah prayer)
121
Prayer I 127
Sri Mukunda-muktavali
(A necklace of pears for Lord Mukunda)
129
Prayer 2 148
'Ananda-candrikakhyam-radha' - dasa-nama-stotra
(Prayer containing ten names of Radha, and bearing the title "The Moonlight of Bliss")
149
Sri Prema-sudha-sattrakhya
Sri Vrndavanesvari-namastottara-sata-name-stotra
(Prayers proclaiming 108 names of the Queen of Vrndavana and bearing the title "The Sacrificial Offering of the Nectar of Pure Love")
152
Sri Radhastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Sri Radha)
174
Sri Prarthana-paddhatih
(An appeal)
180
Catu-puspanjali
(A handful of prayer-flowers)
184
Sri gandharva-prarthanastaka
(Eight appeals to Sri Radha)
196
Nama-yugastaka
(Eight names of the Divine Couple)
202
Vraja-navina-yuva-dvandvastaka
(Eight prayers glorifgying the Youthful Couple of Vraja)
204
Karpanya-panjika-stotra
(A list of requests)
211
Utkalika-vallari
(A vine of hopes)
234
Poem I 278
Prayer to Sri Govardhanoddhara
(Lord Krsna, the lifter of Govardhana Hill)
280
Prayer to Ballavendra
(The King of the gopas)
297
Prayer to Rasa-rasika
(Lord Krsna, the enjoyer of the rasa dance)
308
Prayer to Radha-vallabha
(The beloved of Radha)
318
Prayer to Vraja-nagara
(The hero of Vraja)
336
Citra-kavitva
(Picture verses, or wonderful verses)
348
Gitavali
(Collected songs)
356
Song 1 Bhairava-raga 357
Song 2 Asavari-raga 359
Song 3 Vasanta-raga 361
Song 4 Vasanta-raga 364
Song 5 Asavari-raga 367
Song 6 Dhanasri-raga 369
Song 7 Sorathi-raga 371
Song 8 Saurastri-raga 374
Song 9 Dhanasri-raga 377
Song 10 Asavari-raga 380
song 11 Gaudi-raga 383
Song 12 Asavari-raga 385
Song 13 387
Song 14 Bhairavi-raga 389
Song 15 Dhanasri-raga 391
Song 16 Saurastri-raga 393
Song 17 395
Song 18 Dhanasri-raga 398
Song 19 Karnata-raga 401
Song 20 Karnata-raga 404
Song 21 Kedara-raga 407
Song 22 Gauri-raga 410
Song 23 Mallara-raga 412
Song 24 Dhanasri-raga 415
Song 25-33 The eight kinds of gopis 418
Song 25 Abhisarika
(The gopi who goes to meet Krsna) Dhanasri-raga
418
Song 26 Vasika-sajja
(The gopi who crefully decorates herself to meet krsna) Kalyana-raga
421
Song 27 Utkanthita
(The gopi that anxiously waits for Krsna, who does not come to the rendezvous) Asavari-raga
423
Song 28 Vipralabdha
(The gopi cheated by Krsna, who does not come to the rendezvous) Gaudi-raga
425
Song 29 Khandita
(The gopi cheated by Krsna) Rasakeli-raga
427
Song 30
Another description of the Khandita gopi Bhairava-raga
430
Song 31 Kalahantarita
(The gopi remorseful because she quarreled with Krsna and rejected him) Lalita-raga
432
Song 32 Prosita-preyasi
(The gopi far away from Krsna) Gauri-raga
434
Song 33 Sadhina-bhartrika
(The gopi that has Krsna firmly in her control) Mallara-raga
437
Song 34 Vasanta-raga 439
Song 35 Bhairava-raga 441
Song 36 Karnata-raga Ekatali-tala 443
Song 37 Mallara-raga Ekatali-tala 446
Song 38 Vasanta-raga 449
Song 39 Vasanta-raga 452
Song 40 Vasanta-raga 454
Song 41 Dhanasri-raga 457
Song 42 Dhansri-raga 459
Sri Lalita-pranama-stotra
(Bowing down to Sri Lalita)
461
Sri Yamunastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Sri Yamuna)
467
Sri Mathura-stava
(Prayers to Sri Mathura)
473
Prathama Govardhanastaka
(First set of eight prayers glorifying Govardhana Hill)
477
Dvitiya Govardhanastaka
(Second set of eight prayers glorifying Govardhana Hill)
483
Sri Vrndavanastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Sri Vrndavana)
490
Sri Namastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying the Holy Name)
497

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Stava-mala of Sri Rupa Gosvami

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Back of the Book

Written by the XVIth century saint and poet Srila Rupa Gosvami, the "Stava-mala" or "Garland devotional prayers", describes the glorious rapture of divine sentiments felt by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, while He loudly chanted Lord Hari's Holy Name. Through divine poetry, the Gosvami has blessed the world with the most sublime description of Sri Caitanya's heart.

"bhuvam sincann asru-srutibhir abhitah Sandra-pulakaih
paritango nipa stabake-nava-kinjalka-jayibhih
Ghana-sveda-stoma-stimita-tanur utkirtana-sukhi,br> Sa caitanyah kim me punar api drsor yasyati padam."

Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu became joyful during the chanting of the holy names, and he sprinkled the earth with showers of tears. All the hairs of His body, standing on end, appeared like the beautiful filaments of fresh kadamba blossoms, and his body glistened with perspiration. Will he again become visible before the path of my eyes?

About the Book

In a purport of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Srila Prabhupada wrote: In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (180) Sri Rupa Gosvami is described to be the gopi named Sri Rupa manjari. In the Bhakti-ratnakara there is a list of the books Sri Rupa Gosvami compiled. Of all his books, the following sixteen are very popular among Vaisnavas: (1) Hamsaduta, (2) Uddhava-sandesa, (3) Krsna-janma -tithi-vidhi (4 and 5) Radha-krsna-ganoddesa-dipika, Brhat (major) and Laghu (minor), (6) Stavamala, (7) Vidagdha-madhava, (8) Lalita-madhava, (9) Dana-keli-kaumudi, (10) Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (this is the most celebrated book by Sri Rupa Gosvami), (11) Ujjvala-nilamani, (12) Akhyata-candrika, (13) Mathura-mahima, (14) Padyavali, (15) Nataka-candrika and (16) Laghu-bhagavatamrta.

In his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, the author, Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami, has mentioned many verses from the Stavamala.

About the Author

Srila Rupa Gosvami is supremely worshipable for all of us, as explained by Srila Prabhupada:

"We Gaudiya Vaisnavas are known as rupanuga."

"Actually going to Vrndavana involves taking shelter of the six Gosvamis by reading the Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu, Vidagdha-madhava, Lalita-madhava and the other books that they have given. In this way one can understand the transcendental loving affairs between Radha and Krsna.

 

Kabe hama bujhaba se yugala-piriti.

Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu said:
"I met Rupt Gosvami at Prayaga, and became very attracted to him because of his exalted qualities." Thereafter, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu praised Rupa Gosvami's use of metaphors and other literary ornaments, and said that without such poetic attributes there is no possibility of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associates of preaching transcendental mellows. The Lord then requested all His personal associated to bless Rupa Gosvami so that he would be able to continuously describe the pastimes of Vrindavana, which are full of emotional love of Godhead.

Introduction

In a purport of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Srila Prabhupada wrote: In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (180) Sri Rupa Gosvami is described to be the gopi named Sri Rupa manjari. In the Bhakti-ratnakara there is a list of the books Sri Rupa Gosvami compiled. Of all his books, the following sixteen are very popular among Vaisnavas: (1) Hamsaduta, (2) Uddhava-sandesa, (3) Krsna-janma-tithi-vidhi, (4 and 5) Radha-krsna-ganoddesa-dipika, Brhat (major) and Laghu (minor), (6) Stavamala, (7) Vidagdha-madhava, (8) Lalita-madhava, (9) Dana-keli-kaumudi, (10)Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu (this is the most celebrated book by Sri Rupa Gosvami), (11) Ujjvala-nilamani, (12) Akhyata-candrika, (13) Mathura-mahima, (14) Padyavali, (15) Nataka-candrika and (16) Laghu-bhagavatamrta.

In his Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, the author, Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami, has mentioned many verses from the Stava-mala. One example is Madhya 13.206.

"In his prayer known as the Caitanyastaka, Srila Rupa Gosvami has given a vivid description of the Lord's dancing before the car of Jagannatha."

In the purport, Srila Prabhupada wrote:

"Srila Rupa Gosvami composed three prayers with the title Caitanyastaka, (…) which are included in the book Stava-mala."

 

Contents
Prathama Sri Caitanyastakas
(First eight prayers glorifying Lord Caitanya)
21
Dvitiya Sri Caitanyastaka
(Second eight prayers glorifying Lord Caitanya)
28
Thitiya Sri Caitanyastaka
(Third eight prayers glorifying Lord Caitanya)
35
Sri Anandakhya-stotra
(Prayers of names of bliss)
41
Sri lilamrtakhya name-dasaka
(Ten names that bear the title of The Nectar of Transcendental Pastimes)
45
Premendu-sagarakhya Sri Krsna-namastottara-sata (The ocean of the moon of pure love. 108 names of Sri Krsna) 49
Sri Kesavastaka
(Eight Prayers glorifying Lord Kesava)
72
Prathama Sri Kunja-vihary-astaka
(First eight prayers glorifying Lord Kesava, who enjoys pastimes in the forest)
79
Dvitiya Sri Kunja-vihary-astaka
(Second eight prayers glorifying Lord Kesava, who enjoys pastimes in the forest)
85
Sri Mukundastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Lord Mukunda)
92
Sri Vraja-nava-yuva-rajastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying the Prince of Vraja)
99
Pranama-pranaya-stava
(Bowing down and offering prayers of love)
105
Sri Hari-kusuma-stabaka
(A bunch of flowers for Lord Hari)
113
Gatha-cchandah-stav
(Gatha-cchandah prayer)
120
Tribhangi-cchandah-stava
(Tribhangi-cchandah prayer)
121
Prayer I 127
Sri Mukunda-muktavali
(A necklace of pears for Lord Mukunda)
129
Prayer 2 148
'Ananda-candrikakhyam-radha' - dasa-nama-stotra
(Prayer containing ten names of Radha, and bearing the title "The Moonlight of Bliss")
149
Sri Prema-sudha-sattrakhya
Sri Vrndavanesvari-namastottara-sata-name-stotra
(Prayers proclaiming 108 names of the Queen of Vrndavana and bearing the title "The Sacrificial Offering of the Nectar of Pure Love")
152
Sri Radhastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Sri Radha)
174
Sri Prarthana-paddhatih
(An appeal)
180
Catu-puspanjali
(A handful of prayer-flowers)
184
Sri gandharva-prarthanastaka
(Eight appeals to Sri Radha)
196
Nama-yugastaka
(Eight names of the Divine Couple)
202
Vraja-navina-yuva-dvandvastaka
(Eight prayers glorifgying the Youthful Couple of Vraja)
204
Karpanya-panjika-stotra
(A list of requests)
211
Utkalika-vallari
(A vine of hopes)
234
Poem I 278
Prayer to Sri Govardhanoddhara
(Lord Krsna, the lifter of Govardhana Hill)
280
Prayer to Ballavendra
(The King of the gopas)
297
Prayer to Rasa-rasika
(Lord Krsna, the enjoyer of the rasa dance)
308
Prayer to Radha-vallabha
(The beloved of Radha)
318
Prayer to Vraja-nagara
(The hero of Vraja)
336
Citra-kavitva
(Picture verses, or wonderful verses)
348
Gitavali
(Collected songs)
356
Song 1 Bhairava-raga 357
Song 2 Asavari-raga 359
Song 3 Vasanta-raga 361
Song 4 Vasanta-raga 364
Song 5 Asavari-raga 367
Song 6 Dhanasri-raga 369
Song 7 Sorathi-raga 371
Song 8 Saurastri-raga 374
Song 9 Dhanasri-raga 377
Song 10 Asavari-raga 380
song 11 Gaudi-raga 383
Song 12 Asavari-raga 385
Song 13 387
Song 14 Bhairavi-raga 389
Song 15 Dhanasri-raga 391
Song 16 Saurastri-raga 393
Song 17 395
Song 18 Dhanasri-raga 398
Song 19 Karnata-raga 401
Song 20 Karnata-raga 404
Song 21 Kedara-raga 407
Song 22 Gauri-raga 410
Song 23 Mallara-raga 412
Song 24 Dhanasri-raga 415
Song 25-33 The eight kinds of gopis 418
Song 25 Abhisarika
(The gopi who goes to meet Krsna) Dhanasri-raga
418
Song 26 Vasika-sajja
(The gopi who crefully decorates herself to meet krsna) Kalyana-raga
421
Song 27 Utkanthita
(The gopi that anxiously waits for Krsna, who does not come to the rendezvous) Asavari-raga
423
Song 28 Vipralabdha
(The gopi cheated by Krsna, who does not come to the rendezvous) Gaudi-raga
425
Song 29 Khandita
(The gopi cheated by Krsna) Rasakeli-raga
427
Song 30
Another description of the Khandita gopi Bhairava-raga
430
Song 31 Kalahantarita
(The gopi remorseful because she quarreled with Krsna and rejected him) Lalita-raga
432
Song 32 Prosita-preyasi
(The gopi far away from Krsna) Gauri-raga
434
Song 33 Sadhina-bhartrika
(The gopi that has Krsna firmly in her control) Mallara-raga
437
Song 34 Vasanta-raga 439
Song 35 Bhairava-raga 441
Song 36 Karnata-raga Ekatali-tala 443
Song 37 Mallara-raga Ekatali-tala 446
Song 38 Vasanta-raga 449
Song 39 Vasanta-raga 452
Song 40 Vasanta-raga 454
Song 41 Dhanasri-raga 457
Song 42 Dhansri-raga 459
Sri Lalita-pranama-stotra
(Bowing down to Sri Lalita)
461
Sri Yamunastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Sri Yamuna)
467
Sri Mathura-stava
(Prayers to Sri Mathura)
473
Prathama Govardhanastaka
(First set of eight prayers glorifying Govardhana Hill)
477
Dvitiya Govardhanastaka
(Second set of eight prayers glorifying Govardhana Hill)
483
Sri Vrndavanastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying Sri Vrndavana)
490
Sri Namastaka
(Eight prayers glorifying the Holy Name)
497

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