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Early in the morning Kesava with his sakhas would take the calves into the forests of Vrndavana, traveling through the dvadasa-vana, twelve forests, and dvadasa-upavana, twelve sub-forests. There he would learn how to serve Srimati Radhika by twelve rasas. He would sometimes learn in Surya-kunda or Radha- kunda, sometimes in Chandra-sarovara, Mana-sarovara, Kusum-sarovara, or Prema-sarovara. He would sometimes train in Kamyavana, Biharvana, and sometimes in Vrndavana. Anywhere Keseva would go, He would secretly learn these services while the Vrajavasis would think He was only tending his cows. This is what is called gopa-lila, or gopi-lila; secret pastime (lila). This is also called Govinda-lilamrta.

 

Introduction

Srila Rupa Gosvami has explained Vaisakha month belongs to Visakha Devi. She is the siksa-guru of all Vraja mandala. She teaches the Vraja-devis, manjaris. sakhis - everyone. In this month Krsna took shelter of Visakha Devi requesting of her, "Please teach me how to serve Radharani. What are the nuances of this service?" In Srngara-vata Visakha Devi very lovingly taught Kesava these secrets. How to comb Srimati Radharani's hair, how to braid it, how to fan Her. He learned how to properly apply candana, mahendi, kumkum, alta and alaka. He learned the art of hand decorations and feet decorations. He learned techniques for massaging head oils and how to properly dress Her. He learned how to wash Her clothes, how to dry them, and how to properly store them. He learned about massage and about flower decorations and about preparing kunjas.

For one month continously Visakha Devi taught Kesava the specialities of 365 service tendencies (moods). She taught how to pray to all the sakhis and manjaris to attain these eternal moods and spiritual desires. If they are merciful and bless you with their moods it is possible to serve Radharani, and it will be very easy. Through this process nothing will stay the same, everything will be ever new and have new moods and new ways to serve. Srila Rupa Gosvami has written Kesavastakam because of this:

Sri Kesavastaka'
Eight Prayers Glorifying Sri Kesava
by Srila Rupa Gosvami

nava-priyaka-manjari-racita-karna-pura-sriyam
vinidratara-malati-kalita-sekharenojjvalam
darocchvasita-yuthika-grathita-valgu-vaikaksakam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (1)

With fresh kadamba buds adorning His ears. strings of fully blossomed malati flowers forming a crown upon His head. and a brahmana thread of slightly opened and charming jasmine flowers slung around His neck. He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja - I worship that Sri Kesava.

pisangi manikastani pranata-srngi pingeksane
mrdanga-mukhi dhumale sabali hamsi vamsi priye
iti sva-surabhi-kulam taralam ahvayantam muda
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (2)

Coming back from the forest to the village ofVraja, He happily calls His straying surabhi cows: "Pisangi! Manikastani! Pranatasrngi! Pingeksana! Mrdangamukhi! Dhumala! Sabali! Hamsi! Vamsi! Priya!" I worship that Sri Kesava.

ghana-pranaya-medhuran madhura-narma-gosthi-kala-
vilasa-nilayan milad-vividha-vesa-vidyotinah
sakhin akhila-saraya pathisu hasayantam gira
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (3)

Coming back from the forest on the pathways of Vraja, He laughs and jokes with His affectionate friends, who are all expert in the pleasantries of jesting, dancing and singing, and who are splendidly dressed and decorated - I worship that Sri Kesava.

sramambu-kanikavali-dara-vilidha-gandantaram
samudha-giri-dhatubhir likhita-caru-patrankuram
udancad-ali-mandali-dyuti-vidambi-vakralakam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (4)

His cheeks brilliant with beads of perspiration, His face decorated with pictures drawn in mineral dyes from the hill, and His splendid curling locks of hair deriding the attractiveness of a swarm of black bees restless for honey, He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja - I worship that Sri Kesava.

nibaddha-nava-tarnakavali-vilokanotkanthaya
natat-khura-putancalair alaghubhir bhuvam bhindatim
kalena dhavala-ghatam laghu nivartayantam puro
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (5)

As He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja, with the sweet sound of His flute He calls the surabhi cows who, eager to see their young calves, break the ground with their heavy, dancing hooves - I worship that Sri Kesava.

padanka-tatibhir varam viracayantam adhva-sriyam
calat-tarala-naiciki-nicaya-dhuli-dhumra-srajam
marul-lahari-cancali-krta-dukula-cudancalam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (6)

Coming back from the forest to the village of Vraja, He beautifies the path with His footprints. His garland of forest flowers is colored by the dust kicked up by the cows running ahead of Him and His garments and peacock feather move with the waves of the wind. - I worship that Sri Kesava.

vilasa-murali-kala-dhvanibhir ullasan-manasah
ksanad akhila-ballavih pulakayantam antar grhe
muhur vidadhatam hrdi pramuditam ca gosthesvsarim
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (7)

With the playful and sweet music of His flute elating all the house-bound gopis, whose bodily hairs rise up with delight, and also making His mother Yasoda joyous at heart He comes back from the forest to the village of Vraja - I worship that Sri Kesava.

upetya pathi sundari-tatibhir abhir abhyarcitam
smitankura-karambitair natad-apanga-bhangisataih
stana-stavaka-sancaran-nayana-cancarikancalam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (8)

As He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja, the gopis mount the roofs of their palaces and with garlands of dancing glances and gentle smiles greet Him, whose vision drifts over their breasts like a bumblebee hovering amongst a cluster of flowers - I worship that Sri Kesava.

idam nikhila-ballavi-kula-mahotsavollasanam
kramena kila yah puman pathati susthu padyastakam
tam ujjvala-dhiyam sada nija-padaravinda-dvaye
ratim dadhad acancalam sukhayatad visakha-sakhah (9)

May Visakha's friend Krsna make happy for all time those who attentively read these eight poetic verses, which are a great festival of bliss for all the gopis, by making the readers' intelligence shine with unwavering love for His lotus feet.

The manjaris helped Kesava practice every day and taught Him many things. He learned the art of decoration arrangment and the proper use of sandalwood, kumkum, kasturi, goracana, as well as various musical skills, singing, dancing, posing, acting, and other arts.

Early in the morning Kesava with his sakhas would take the calves into the forests of Vrndavana, traveling through the dvadasa-vana, twelve forests, and dvadasa-upavana, twelve sub-forests. There he would learn how to serve Srimati Radhika by twelve rasas. He would sometimes learn in Surya-kunda or Radha- kunda, sometimes in Chandra-sarovara, Mana-sarovara, Kusum-sarovara, or Prema-sarovara. He would sometimes train in Kamyavana, Biharvana, and sometimes in Vrndavana. Anywhere Kesava would go He would secretly learn these services while the Vrajavasis would think He was only tending his cows. This is what is called gopa-lila, or gopi-lila; secret pastime (lila). This is also called Govinda-lilamrta.

Until he became seven or ten years old the Vraja-devis taught him his tasteful talent for serving Srimati Radhika. After his training was completed he spent 100 years in Dvaraka Puri and in Mathura trying to teach others these arts. In Kuruksetra he called the Vrajavasis to be merciful and bless the followers of Kesava to have spiritual taste in these matters. Afterwards, in Kali-yuga, He took sannyasa and gave up everything in order to teach these lessons.

Accompanied by Ramananda Raya (Visakha Devi), Svarupa Damodara (Lalita Devi), Rupa Manjari, Rati Manjari, Lavanga Manjari, Vilasa Manjari, Ananga Manjari, Kasturi Manjari and all others, He continously served Srimati Radharani. He also destributed this training to others.

Seva Kunja is a training center where these teachings are continously being taught. Guru-pada-padma has manifested this center everwhere across the world. Under the guidence of Vinoda Manjari, he is fulfilling the desire of Kesava deva and Visakha devi. He is distributing the glories of Srngara-vata, Bhandirvata, Javata, Vamsivata, and Vrndavana everywhere. He is teaching others how to follow Kesava-vrata.

Lord Kesava is always happy with that person who follows this vrata. Such a person will quickly attain the foot dust of Srimati Radharani. Radhika will give her own shelter and mercy to that person. Anyone who stricly and sincerely follows this vrata will definitely get manjari-bhava and unnatojjvala-rasa and will become qualified to please Srimati Radharani and Natavara Syamasundara.

This Kesava-vrata scripture has manifested from the classes of Guru-pada-padma and by the mercy of the Vraja-devis. It does not come from any mundane person.

This truly is the causeless mercy of Kesavadeva, the Guru parampara and the Vaisnavas. And it is their own property that they are giving.

 

Contents

 

  Mangalacarana vi
  Introduction xi
  Kesava-vrata Sadharana Vidhi xvii
1 Lord Kesava takes Shelter of Visakha Devi 1
2 Salagrama and the Universal Egg 7
3 The First Day of Kesava-vrata 17
4 Second Day of Kesava-vrata 31
5 Radha-dasya 41
6 Baladeva Rasa-yatra 55
7 Kesava is the Source of All Avataras 67
8 Kasyapa and Aditi 73
9 Spiritual Birth 79
10 Flowers are Exalted Sadhu-sanga 83
11 Maha-Laksmi's Anger 93
12 Atmadeva And His Two Sons 101
13 Yasoda's Household Deity 113
14 God's Son Becomes A Demon 127
15 Sri Kesava vrata and Candana-yatra 137
16 A Prayer To Kesavadeva, the source of the Ten Incarnations 143
17 Aksaya-tritiya And Candana-yatra 157
18 Krsna Takes Sannyasa 167
19 Vraja's Caruda-Govinda 181
20 Churning of The Ocean 193
21 Srimati Radharani's Parrot 207
22 Sri Madhavendra Puri initiates Advaita Acarya 219
23 The Twelve Mahajanas 231
24 Anusuya's Babies 243
25 The Dust of Vraja 255
26 Vraja's Candana-yatra 265
27 Kamadeva Appears As Krsna's Son 277
28 Kunti Devi's Son 287

 

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Early in the morning Kesava with his sakhas would take the calves into the forests of Vrndavana, traveling through the dvadasa-vana, twelve forests, and dvadasa-upavana, twelve sub-forests. There he would learn how to serve Srimati Radhika by twelve rasas. He would sometimes learn in Surya-kunda or Radha- kunda, sometimes in Chandra-sarovara, Mana-sarovara, Kusum-sarovara, or Prema-sarovara. He would sometimes train in Kamyavana, Biharvana, and sometimes in Vrndavana. Anywhere Keseva would go, He would secretly learn these services while the Vrajavasis would think He was only tending his cows. This is what is called gopa-lila, or gopi-lila; secret pastime (lila). This is also called Govinda-lilamrta.

 

Introduction

Srila Rupa Gosvami has explained Vaisakha month belongs to Visakha Devi. She is the siksa-guru of all Vraja mandala. She teaches the Vraja-devis, manjaris. sakhis - everyone. In this month Krsna took shelter of Visakha Devi requesting of her, "Please teach me how to serve Radharani. What are the nuances of this service?" In Srngara-vata Visakha Devi very lovingly taught Kesava these secrets. How to comb Srimati Radharani's hair, how to braid it, how to fan Her. He learned how to properly apply candana, mahendi, kumkum, alta and alaka. He learned the art of hand decorations and feet decorations. He learned techniques for massaging head oils and how to properly dress Her. He learned how to wash Her clothes, how to dry them, and how to properly store them. He learned about massage and about flower decorations and about preparing kunjas.

For one month continously Visakha Devi taught Kesava the specialities of 365 service tendencies (moods). She taught how to pray to all the sakhis and manjaris to attain these eternal moods and spiritual desires. If they are merciful and bless you with their moods it is possible to serve Radharani, and it will be very easy. Through this process nothing will stay the same, everything will be ever new and have new moods and new ways to serve. Srila Rupa Gosvami has written Kesavastakam because of this:

Sri Kesavastaka'
Eight Prayers Glorifying Sri Kesava
by Srila Rupa Gosvami

nava-priyaka-manjari-racita-karna-pura-sriyam
vinidratara-malati-kalita-sekharenojjvalam
darocchvasita-yuthika-grathita-valgu-vaikaksakam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (1)

With fresh kadamba buds adorning His ears. strings of fully blossomed malati flowers forming a crown upon His head. and a brahmana thread of slightly opened and charming jasmine flowers slung around His neck. He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja - I worship that Sri Kesava.

pisangi manikastani pranata-srngi pingeksane
mrdanga-mukhi dhumale sabali hamsi vamsi priye
iti sva-surabhi-kulam taralam ahvayantam muda
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (2)

Coming back from the forest to the village ofVraja, He happily calls His straying surabhi cows: "Pisangi! Manikastani! Pranatasrngi! Pingeksana! Mrdangamukhi! Dhumala! Sabali! Hamsi! Vamsi! Priya!" I worship that Sri Kesava.

ghana-pranaya-medhuran madhura-narma-gosthi-kala-
vilasa-nilayan milad-vividha-vesa-vidyotinah
sakhin akhila-saraya pathisu hasayantam gira
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (3)

Coming back from the forest on the pathways of Vraja, He laughs and jokes with His affectionate friends, who are all expert in the pleasantries of jesting, dancing and singing, and who are splendidly dressed and decorated - I worship that Sri Kesava.

sramambu-kanikavali-dara-vilidha-gandantaram
samudha-giri-dhatubhir likhita-caru-patrankuram
udancad-ali-mandali-dyuti-vidambi-vakralakam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (4)

His cheeks brilliant with beads of perspiration, His face decorated with pictures drawn in mineral dyes from the hill, and His splendid curling locks of hair deriding the attractiveness of a swarm of black bees restless for honey, He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja - I worship that Sri Kesava.

nibaddha-nava-tarnakavali-vilokanotkanthaya
natat-khura-putancalair alaghubhir bhuvam bhindatim
kalena dhavala-ghatam laghu nivartayantam puro
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (5)

As He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja, with the sweet sound of His flute He calls the surabhi cows who, eager to see their young calves, break the ground with their heavy, dancing hooves - I worship that Sri Kesava.

padanka-tatibhir varam viracayantam adhva-sriyam
calat-tarala-naiciki-nicaya-dhuli-dhumra-srajam
marul-lahari-cancali-krta-dukula-cudancalam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (6)

Coming back from the forest to the village of Vraja, He beautifies the path with His footprints. His garland of forest flowers is colored by the dust kicked up by the cows running ahead of Him and His garments and peacock feather move with the waves of the wind. - I worship that Sri Kesava.

vilasa-murali-kala-dhvanibhir ullasan-manasah
ksanad akhila-ballavih pulakayantam antar grhe
muhur vidadhatam hrdi pramuditam ca gosthesvsarim
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (7)

With the playful and sweet music of His flute elating all the house-bound gopis, whose bodily hairs rise up with delight, and also making His mother Yasoda joyous at heart He comes back from the forest to the village of Vraja - I worship that Sri Kesava.

upetya pathi sundari-tatibhir abhir abhyarcitam
smitankura-karambitair natad-apanga-bhangisataih
stana-stavaka-sancaran-nayana-cancarikancalam
vraje vijayinam bhaje vipina-desatah kesavam (8)

As He returns from the forest to the village of Vraja, the gopis mount the roofs of their palaces and with garlands of dancing glances and gentle smiles greet Him, whose vision drifts over their breasts like a bumblebee hovering amongst a cluster of flowers - I worship that Sri Kesava.

idam nikhila-ballavi-kula-mahotsavollasanam
kramena kila yah puman pathati susthu padyastakam
tam ujjvala-dhiyam sada nija-padaravinda-dvaye
ratim dadhad acancalam sukhayatad visakha-sakhah (9)

May Visakha's friend Krsna make happy for all time those who attentively read these eight poetic verses, which are a great festival of bliss for all the gopis, by making the readers' intelligence shine with unwavering love for His lotus feet.

The manjaris helped Kesava practice every day and taught Him many things. He learned the art of decoration arrangment and the proper use of sandalwood, kumkum, kasturi, goracana, as well as various musical skills, singing, dancing, posing, acting, and other arts.

Early in the morning Kesava with his sakhas would take the calves into the forests of Vrndavana, traveling through the dvadasa-vana, twelve forests, and dvadasa-upavana, twelve sub-forests. There he would learn how to serve Srimati Radhika by twelve rasas. He would sometimes learn in Surya-kunda or Radha- kunda, sometimes in Chandra-sarovara, Mana-sarovara, Kusum-sarovara, or Prema-sarovara. He would sometimes train in Kamyavana, Biharvana, and sometimes in Vrndavana. Anywhere Kesava would go He would secretly learn these services while the Vrajavasis would think He was only tending his cows. This is what is called gopa-lila, or gopi-lila; secret pastime (lila). This is also called Govinda-lilamrta.

Until he became seven or ten years old the Vraja-devis taught him his tasteful talent for serving Srimati Radhika. After his training was completed he spent 100 years in Dvaraka Puri and in Mathura trying to teach others these arts. In Kuruksetra he called the Vrajavasis to be merciful and bless the followers of Kesava to have spiritual taste in these matters. Afterwards, in Kali-yuga, He took sannyasa and gave up everything in order to teach these lessons.

Accompanied by Ramananda Raya (Visakha Devi), Svarupa Damodara (Lalita Devi), Rupa Manjari, Rati Manjari, Lavanga Manjari, Vilasa Manjari, Ananga Manjari, Kasturi Manjari and all others, He continously served Srimati Radharani. He also destributed this training to others.

Seva Kunja is a training center where these teachings are continously being taught. Guru-pada-padma has manifested this center everwhere across the world. Under the guidence of Vinoda Manjari, he is fulfilling the desire of Kesava deva and Visakha devi. He is distributing the glories of Srngara-vata, Bhandirvata, Javata, Vamsivata, and Vrndavana everywhere. He is teaching others how to follow Kesava-vrata.

Lord Kesava is always happy with that person who follows this vrata. Such a person will quickly attain the foot dust of Srimati Radharani. Radhika will give her own shelter and mercy to that person. Anyone who stricly and sincerely follows this vrata will definitely get manjari-bhava and unnatojjvala-rasa and will become qualified to please Srimati Radharani and Natavara Syamasundara.

This Kesava-vrata scripture has manifested from the classes of Guru-pada-padma and by the mercy of the Vraja-devis. It does not come from any mundane person.

This truly is the causeless mercy of Kesavadeva, the Guru parampara and the Vaisnavas. And it is their own property that they are giving.

 

Contents

 

  Mangalacarana vi
  Introduction xi
  Kesava-vrata Sadharana Vidhi xvii
1 Lord Kesava takes Shelter of Visakha Devi 1
2 Salagrama and the Universal Egg 7
3 The First Day of Kesava-vrata 17
4 Second Day of Kesava-vrata 31
5 Radha-dasya 41
6 Baladeva Rasa-yatra 55
7 Kesava is the Source of All Avataras 67
8 Kasyapa and Aditi 73
9 Spiritual Birth 79
10 Flowers are Exalted Sadhu-sanga 83
11 Maha-Laksmi's Anger 93
12 Atmadeva And His Two Sons 101
13 Yasoda's Household Deity 113
14 God's Son Becomes A Demon 127
15 Sri Kesava vrata and Candana-yatra 137
16 A Prayer To Kesavadeva, the source of the Ten Incarnations 143
17 Aksaya-tritiya And Candana-yatra 157
18 Krsna Takes Sannyasa 167
19 Vraja's Caruda-Govinda 181
20 Churning of The Ocean 193
21 Srimati Radharani's Parrot 207
22 Sri Madhavendra Puri initiates Advaita Acarya 219
23 The Twelve Mahajanas 231
24 Anusuya's Babies 243
25 The Dust of Vraja 255
26 Vraja's Candana-yatra 265
27 Kamadeva Appears As Krsna's Son 277
28 Kunti Devi's Son 287

 

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