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CONTENTS

 

 

 

Chapter 1 - Varieties of heroes 1
lnvoking auspiciousness 1
Sri Krsna 1
Krsna's features as pati and upapati 2
Pati 2
Upapati 3
Four types of pati and upapati 3
1. Anukul- the faithful lover 4
2. Daksina - the Expert lover 5
3. Satha - the cheating lover 6
4. Dhrsta - the bold and arrogant lover 6
Summary 6
Chapter 2 - Sahalas - Male friends who assist in the arrangements of Krsna's pastimes with the gopis 8
1. Geta 8
2. Vita 8
3. Vidusaka 8
4. Pitha-Marda 9
5. Priya-narma-sakha 10
Four kinds of gopi heipers 10
Krsna personally arranges for His pastimes 11
Krsna's flure 11
Apta-duti - gopi-messenger 11
Chapter 3 - Svakiya and parakity - Lord Krsna's amorous lovers 12
1. Svakiya 12
2. Parakiya 13
Two groups of Parakiya-kanyaka and parodha 14
1. Kanyaka - unmarried gopies 16
2. Parodha - the wives of other 16
Three groups of gopis 17
1. Sadhana-para 17
A. Yauthikis 17
1. Munis 17
2. Personified Upanisads 17
B. Ayauthiki gopis 17
1. Pracina gopis 18
2. Nava gopis   18
2. Devi   18
3. Nitya-Priya   18
Chapter 4 - Srimati Radharani 20  
Srimati Radharani's 16 ornaments   20
Srimati Radharani's 12 ornaments 21  
Srimati Radharani's 25 chief qualities 21  
  1. mashura - sweetnes 22
  2. nava-vayah- fresh youthfulness 22
  3. calapangi - restless eyes 22
  4. ujjvala-smita - brightly smiling 23
  5. curu-saubhagya-rekhadya-beautiful, auspicious lines 23
  6. She makes Krsna happy with Her bodily aroma 23
  7. expert at joking and speaking pleasantly 23
  8. charming speech 23
  9. expert at joking and speaking pleasantly 23
  10. humble and meek 24
  11. full of mercy 24
  12. expert 24
  13. cunning 25
  14. shy 25
  15. respectful 25
  16. clam 26
  17. grave 26
  18. expert at enjoying life 26
  19. situated at the topmost level of ecstatic love 26
  20. the rescrvoir of loving affairs in Gokula 26
  21. Her fame shines in all the universe 27
  22. She is very affectionate to elderly people 27
  23. Very submissive to the love of Her friends 27
  24. the chief gopi 27
  25. She always keeps Krsna under Her control 28
  The gopi-friends of Srimati Radharani 28
Chapter 5 - Varieties of heroines 29  
Different categories of heroines 30  
1. Mugdha - acharming innocent girl 30  
  1. Nava-vayah - youthfulness 30
  2. nava-kams- she is inexperienced in loving affairs 31
  3. rattan vama- in loving affairs she acts in a contrary manner 31
  4. sakhi-vasa - she is controlled by her friends 31
  Sa-vrida-rata - she is very shy in loving affairs 31
  6. rosa-knta-paspa mauna - when her lover insults her, she becomes silent and tears flow from her eyes 32
  7. Mane vimukhi - when her jealousy is aroused she spurns her lover 30
  Two types of jealous anger in the mugdha heroine 33
2. Madhya - the middle gopi 33  
  1. samana-lijja-madana -timid in aorous pastimes, just like the mugdha heroine 33
  2. prodyat-tarnya-salini -situated in the age where youthful maturity is just beginning to manifest 33
  3. kincit-pragalbohokti -sometimes her words show some signs of arrogance 34
  4. mohama-surana-ksama-eager to enjoy amoious pastimes up to the point of fainting from conjugal bliss 34
  5. mane komala - gentle in jealous anger 34
  6. mane karkasa - harsh in jealous anger 34
  Three types of jealous anger in the Madhya heroine 35
  1. Dhira quality in the Madhya heroine 35
  2. Adhira quality in the Madhya heroine 35
  3. Ubhaya quality in the Madhya heroine 35
3. Pragalbha (a mature, clever, arrogant woman expert at controlling the lover) 36  
  1. purana-tarunya - situated in the stage of fully manifested youthfulness 36
  2. madandha - blinded by passion 36
  3. uru-ratotsuka -filled with yearning to enjoy amorous pastimes 37
  4. bhuri-bhavodgamabhijna - the simulataneous presence of many symptoms of ecstasy 37
  5. rasakranta-vallabha-able to overwhelm her lover with the nectar of transcendental mellows 37
  6. ati-praudhokti - her actions are those of a mature, proud woman 38
  8. mane-camanta-karkasa- in jeaious anger she is extremely harsh and bitter 38
Three types of jealous anger in the pragalbha heroine 38  
  1. Dhira-pragalbha 38
  2. Adhira-pragalbha 39
  3. Dhiradhira-paragalbha 39
Other categories of gopis 40  
Eight categories of gopis 40  
1. Abhisarika 41  
  Jyotsni 41
  Tamasi 41
2. Vasasajja 42  
3. Utkanthita 42  
4. Khandita   42
5. Viparalabdha 43  
6. Kalahantarita 43  
7. Prosita-bhartrka 43  
8. Svadhina-bhartrka 44  
Three divisions among the eight categories of gopis 44  
  1. Uttama 45
  2. Madhyama 45
  3. Kanistha 45
Chapter 6 - Yuthesvari-bheda - Varieties of leaders of the gopis 46  
1. Adhika - the most fortunate and qualified 46  
  Atyantiki-adhika 47
  Apeksiki-adhika 47
  Adhika-prakhara 47
  Adhika-madhya 47
  Adhika-mrdvi 47
2. Sama- those whose good fortune and qualifications place them in an intermediate position 47  
  Same-prakhara 47
  Same-madhya 48
3. Laghu - Those not as fortunate and qualified as the others 48  
  Laghu-Prakhara 49
  Laghu-madhya 49
  Laghu-mrdvi 49
Summary   50
Chapter 7 - Duti-bheda-varieties of messengers 51  
1. Svayanm-duti - a messenger who acts on her own volition 51
1. Vacika 51
  1. Saksat - direct 51
  1. Grava - the proud message 51
  where the words themselves conceal hidden meanings 51
  grava - arthottha - vyangya - a proud messahe where the hidden message is contained not in the words, but in the meaning 52
  2. Aksepa - scolding 52
  aksepsa - sabdottha - vyangya - a rebuke with words that conceal a hidden meaning 52
  aksepsa - artho-vyangya - a rebuke where a secret message is concealed in the meaning 53
  3. Yacna - an appeal 53
  a. Svartha-yacna 54
  b. svartha-yacna - with a direct meaning 53
  2. Vyapadesa - a trick 54
  2. Purahstha-visaya 55
2. Angika 55
  1. cracking the fingers 56
  2. prerending to be very concerned to cover the limbs of the body 56
  3. scratching the ground with the toe 56
  4. scratching the ear 56
  5. applying tilaka 56
  6. garments 57
  7. moving the eyebrows 57
  8. sakhi-tadanam 57
  9. adhara-damsa 57
  10. haradi-gumpha 57
  11. mandana-sanjitam 58
  12. dor-muladi-prakatanam 58
  13. krsna-namabhilakhenam 58
  14. tarau lataya yogah 58
3. Caksusa 58
  1. netra-smitam 58
  2. netradha-mudra 58
  3. netranta-bharama 59
  4. netranta-kunanam 59
  5. saciksa 59
  6. Vama-drk-preksa 59
  7. kataksa 60
2. Duti-the gopi-messengers 60
  1. amitartha 60
  2. nisrstratha 61
  3. patra-hari 61
Other categories of gopi-messengers 61  
  1. silpakari-an artist 61
  2. daivajna-an astrologer 61
  3. lingini-an ascetic 62
  4. paricarika -maidservants 62
  5. dhatreyi- the daughter of Radharani's nurse 62
  6. vana-devi-a forest-demigoddes 62
  7. Sakhi-the friend who becomes a messenger 63
Tow kinds of messages 63  
  1. Vacya 63
  2. Vyangya 63
  krsnc vacyam 64
  Vyangyam 64
Two other kinds of messages 65  
  1. Kriya-sadhya 65
  2. Vacika 65
  1. Vacya 65
  2. Vyangya 66
  1. sabda-vyangya 66
  2. artha-vyangya 66
  1. as a rebuke to the busband or another person 66
  2. as praise of Lord Krsna or other 66
  3. as a description of a certain place or thing 66
Chapter 8 - Sakhi-prakaranam - Srimati Radharani's friends 68
  Different division of sakhis 68
  1. Adhika -atyantika -adhika 68
  1. prakhara 68
  2. madhya 69
  3. mrdvi 69
  Apeksika-adhika-trikam - three types of sakhis aspiring to become leaders 69
  1. prakhara 70
  2. madhya 70
  3. mrdvi 71
2. Sama 71
3. Laghu-trikam 71
  1. apeksika-laghu-prakhara 72
  1.1 Vama - the left wing 73
  1.2 daksina - the right wing 73
  Laghu-mrdvi 74
  2. atyantika-laghu 74
division of the leaders of the sakhis 74  
Gopis who carries messages between Radha and Krsna 74  
  Nitya-nayika 75
  1. samaksa- those directly spoken to Lord Krsna 75
  1.1 sanketika - a message consisting of gestures 75
  1.2 vacika - a message consisting of world 75
  Vyapadesa 76
  Nayika-parayas 77
  Sama-sakhis 78
  Sakhi-praya 79
  Nitya-sakhis 79
The activities of the sakihs 81  
Other groups of sakhis 85  
  1. Asama-sneha 85
  1.1 krsna-snehadhika 86
  1.2 Priya-sakhyam snehadhika 86
Chapter 9 - Hari-vallabhah-Lord krsna's beloved Topics 88
  Suhrt-paksa 88
  Tatastha-paksa 88
  Vi-paska 89
  1. cadma - trickery 89
  2. irsya - jealousy 90
  3. garvita - pride 91
  1. nhankara 91
  2. abhimana 91
  3. darpa 92
  4. mocking the enemy 92
  5. pride in one's own superiority 93
  Puns which contain veiled critisim 93
Chapter 10 - that when stimulates ecstatic love 97  
1. Transecendental qualities 97
  1. The qualities of the mind and intelligence 97
  2. Qualities of speech 97
  3. Qualities of body 97
1. youthfulness 98
  1. vayah-sandhi 98
  2. navya 98
  3. vyaktam 99
  4. purna 99
2. rupam 100
  3. lavanyam 100
  4. saundaryam 101
  5. abhipupata 101
  6. madhuryam - sweetness 101
  7. madavam - delicateness 102
2. Names 102
3. Pastimes 102
  Nila 102
  1. Charming pastimes 103
  2. tandava-dancing 103
  3. palying the flute 103
  4. milking the surabhi cows 103
  5. lifting Govardhana Hill 103
  6. calling the surabhi cows 104
  7. walking 104
4. Mandanam 104
  1. garments 104
  2. ornamesnt 104
  3. Garlands and necklace 105
  4. ointments and cosmetics 105
5A. Things directly touching the beloved 105
  1. sound of flute 105
  2. the sound of the buffalo-horn bugle 105
  3. singing 106
  4. sweet fragrance 106
  5. the tinkling sounds of ornaments 106
  6. footprints 106
  7. the sound of the lute and other musical instruments 106
  8. expert artistic craftsmanship 107
5B. Things near the beloved 107
  1. remnants of flowers and other things offered to the beloved 107
  2-3. Peacock features and gunja necklaces 107
  4. mincral pigments from the hills and mountains 108
  5. surbhi cows 108
  6. stick 108
  7. flute 108
  8. glances of the beloved 109
  9. glances of the beloved 109
  10. dust raised by the cows 109
  11. Vrndavan forest 109
  12. the residents of the Vrndavana forest 109
  12-1. birds 109
  12-2. bumble-bees 110
  12-3. deers 110
  12-4&5. groves of trees and creepers 110
  12-6. tulsi-devi 110
  12-7. karnikara flowers 110
  12-8. kadamba and other flowers 111
  13. Govardhana Hill 111
  14. yamuna river 111
  15. the rasa-dance arena and other of Krsna's pastimes 111
6. Things not related 111
  1. moonlight 111
  2. clouds 112
  3. lighting 112
  4. springtime 112
  5. autumn 112
  6. full-moon 112
  7. fragrant breeze 113
  8. birds 113
Chapter 11 - Anubhava cestasy 114  
1. Alankars 114
  bhava 114
  hava 114
  hela 115
  sobha 115
  kanti 115
  dipti 115
  madhurayam 116
  pragalbhata 116
  audaryam 116
  dhatryam 117
  lila 117
  vilasa 117
  vichitti 118
  vibrahama 118
  kila kincita-bhava 119
  Remembers of hears about Krsna 119
  Externally offended and angry, but within her heart happy 120
  Even though pleased by Krsna's gift, the heroine may pretend to proudly and angrily dislike it. 120
  lalitam 121
  vikrtam 121
  maugdhyam 122
  cakitam 112
2. Udbhasvaras 122
3. Vacika 123
  Alapa - very affectionate words 123
Chapter 12 - Sattvika cestasy 126  
  Becoming stumed 126
  Perspiration 126
  Hair standing up 127
  Speaking broken words 127
  Trembling 128
  Turning pale 129
  Shedding tears 129
  Devastation 130
Three stages of ccstratic symptoms of ecstasy 130  
  Smokey (partly visible) symptoms of ecstasy 130
  Burming (move complete) 130
  Blazing (complete manifestation) 130
Chapter 13 - Vyablicaris 132  
  Weakness 134
  Fatigue 135
  Intoxication 135
  Pride 135
  Anxicty 136
  Bewiderment 137
  Death 137
  Laziness 138
  Becoming stunned 138
  Shynace 138
  Concealing one's actual feelings 139
  Guessing 140
  Meditation 140
  Satisfaction 141
  Happiness 141
  Eagerness 142
  Harsh punishment 142
  Anger 143
  Envy 143
  Ficklences 144
  Sleep 144
  The beginning of love 145
  Meeting 145
Chapter 14 - Sthayi-bhava-steady eestasy 147  
The stages of sthayi-bhava 147  
  Abhiyoga 147
  Visaya - sense-objects  
  1. Sound 148
  2. touch 148
  3. form 148
  4. taste 149
  5. feagrance 149
  Eloquent words 149
  Sambandha- relationship 149
  Abhimana 149
  Pada, Vraja and Priya-jana 150
  Upama - similarity 150
  Svabhava 151
  Nisarga 151
  Svarupam 151
  Krsna-nistham - in Krsna 151
  lalana-nistham 152
  ubhaya-nistham 152
Three kinds of sthayi-bhava 152  
  Sadharani 153
  Samanjasa 153
  Samantha 153
  Different forms of Samantha love 154
  Prema 155
  Praudha- fully developed love 155
  madhya 156
  manda 156
  sneha 157
  1. gharta-sncha-love like butter 158
  2. madhu-sneha - love like honery 158
  mana - pride 159
  raga 162
  nila-ranga 162
  manjistha-raga 162
  anuraga 163
  maha-bhava 164
  1. inability to tolerate the eyes blinking 165
  2. agitation of the heart 165
  3. perceiving a kalpa to be as long as a single moment 165
  4. during a period of happiness becoming depressed because of apprechension of future suffering 166
  5. becoming bewildered and forgetting everything, even one's own self 165
  6. perceiving a single moment to be as long as a kalpa 166
Modana 167  
Suddipata-satvika 167  
Suncari-moha 167  
Udghurna and citra-jalpa 169  
Prajalpa 169  
Vijalpa 170  
Ujjalpa 171  
Sanjalpa 171  
Avajalpa 171  
Abhigalpita 172  
Ajalpa 173  
Pratijipla 173  
Madana 174  
Summary 175  
Chapter 15- Varieties of conjugal love 176  
1. Love in separation 176
  Purvaraga 176
  Secing 176
  1. directly seeing Krsna 176
  2. secing Krsna in a picture 176
  3. seeing Krsna in a dream 177
Hearing   177
  hearing form the mouth of a trobadour 177
  hearing from the mouth of a gopi-messeringer 177
  hearing from the mouth of a gopi-friend 177
  Praudha 178
  Udvega 178
  Jagarya 178
  Tanava 179
  Jadima 179
  vairagya 179
  Vyadhi 180
  Unmadha 180
  Moha 180
  Decide to commit suicide 181
  Abhilasa 181
  Cinta 181
  Smrti 182
  Guna-kirtanam 182
  Sadharana rati 182
  Kama-lekha 183
  niraksara 183
  saksara 183
  Mana 184
  Mana based on a specific cause 184
  1. directly hearing 185
  2. directly seeing 185
  3. by inferring some evidence 186
  Svapna 187
  Sama 189
  Dana 190
  Nati 190
  Upeksa 190
  Rasantaram and yadrcchikam 191
  Buddhi-purvam 191
  Influence of a particular place, time or hearing the flute 192
  Different kinds of separation 193
  Prema-vaicityyam 193
  Pravasa 193
  Abuddhi-purvaka 194
  Krsna's sentiments during separation 196
  Summary 196
Chapter 16 - Conjugal pleasure 198  
  Sambhoga 198
  mukhya-sambhoga 198
  sanksipta 198
  sampanna-bhog 199
  pradhurbhava 199
  Gauna-sambhoga 200
  gauna 200
  Specific charming conjugal pastimes 201
  Lila-cauryam 203
  Lila-vilsa 205
  Ujjal Nilmani Kiranah 206
  A Ray of Light from the Ujjval Nilmani 206
  [Resplendent, bright blue sapphire, Sri Krsna] 206
  Sri Sri Krsna Saranam- I take shelter of Shri Krsna 206
  Nayak-vibhed - different kinds of divisions amongst heroes 206
  heroes 206
  Lila-vilasa 208
  Asta-nayika bhed - eight divisions amongst lovers 209
  Nayika ganer svabhava natures of lovers 210
  Nayika-vibhed-division amongst female lovers 211
  Duti Bhed-different kinds of sakhis 212
  Bayo Bhed -age differences 212
  Sattvik-symptoms of existential ecstatic love 213
  Byabhicari-further symptoms which express overwhelming ecstatic love 213
  Bhavot pattyadi 213
  Sthayi bhav - permanent mellow 214

 

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CONTENTS

 

 

 

Chapter 1 - Varieties of heroes 1
lnvoking auspiciousness 1
Sri Krsna 1
Krsna's features as pati and upapati 2
Pati 2
Upapati 3
Four types of pati and upapati 3
1. Anukul- the faithful lover 4
2. Daksina - the Expert lover 5
3. Satha - the cheating lover 6
4. Dhrsta - the bold and arrogant lover 6
Summary 6
Chapter 2 - Sahalas - Male friends who assist in the arrangements of Krsna's pastimes with the gopis 8
1. Geta 8
2. Vita 8
3. Vidusaka 8
4. Pitha-Marda 9
5. Priya-narma-sakha 10
Four kinds of gopi heipers 10
Krsna personally arranges for His pastimes 11
Krsna's flure 11
Apta-duti - gopi-messenger 11
Chapter 3 - Svakiya and parakity - Lord Krsna's amorous lovers 12
1. Svakiya 12
2. Parakiya 13
Two groups of Parakiya-kanyaka and parodha 14
1. Kanyaka - unmarried gopies 16
2. Parodha - the wives of other 16
Three groups of gopis 17
1. Sadhana-para 17
A. Yauthikis 17
1. Munis 17
2. Personified Upanisads 17
B. Ayauthiki gopis 17
1. Pracina gopis 18
2. Nava gopis   18
2. Devi   18
3. Nitya-Priya   18
Chapter 4 - Srimati Radharani 20  
Srimati Radharani's 16 ornaments   20
Srimati Radharani's 12 ornaments 21  
Srimati Radharani's 25 chief qualities 21  
  1. mashura - sweetnes 22
  2. nava-vayah- fresh youthfulness 22
  3. calapangi - restless eyes 22
  4. ujjvala-smita - brightly smiling 23
  5. curu-saubhagya-rekhadya-beautiful, auspicious lines 23
  6. She makes Krsna happy with Her bodily aroma 23
  7. expert at joking and speaking pleasantly 23
  8. charming speech 23
  9. expert at joking and speaking pleasantly 23
  10. humble and meek 24
  11. full of mercy 24
  12. expert 24
  13. cunning 25
  14. shy 25
  15. respectful 25
  16. clam 26
  17. grave 26
  18. expert at enjoying life 26
  19. situated at the topmost level of ecstatic love 26
  20. the rescrvoir of loving affairs in Gokula 26
  21. Her fame shines in all the universe 27
  22. She is very affectionate to elderly people 27
  23. Very submissive to the love of Her friends 27
  24. the chief gopi 27
  25. She always keeps Krsna under Her control 28
  The gopi-friends of Srimati Radharani 28
Chapter 5 - Varieties of heroines 29  
Different categories of heroines 30  
1. Mugdha - acharming innocent girl 30  
  1. Nava-vayah - youthfulness 30
  2. nava-kams- she is inexperienced in loving affairs 31
  3. rattan vama- in loving affairs she acts in a contrary manner 31
  4. sakhi-vasa - she is controlled by her friends 31
  Sa-vrida-rata - she is very shy in loving affairs 31
  6. rosa-knta-paspa mauna - when her lover insults her, she becomes silent and tears flow from her eyes 32
  7. Mane vimukhi - when her jealousy is aroused she spurns her lover 30
  Two types of jealous anger in the mugdha heroine 33
2. Madhya - the middle gopi 33  
  1. samana-lijja-madana -timid in aorous pastimes, just like the mugdha heroine 33
  2. prodyat-tarnya-salini -situated in the age where youthful maturity is just beginning to manifest 33
  3. kincit-pragalbohokti -sometimes her words show some signs of arrogance 34
  4. mohama-surana-ksama-eager to enjoy amoious pastimes up to the point of fainting from conjugal bliss 34
  5. mane komala - gentle in jealous anger 34
  6. mane karkasa - harsh in jealous anger 34
  Three types of jealous anger in the Madhya heroine 35
  1. Dhira quality in the Madhya heroine 35
  2. Adhira quality in the Madhya heroine 35
  3. Ubhaya quality in the Madhya heroine 35
3. Pragalbha (a mature, clever, arrogant woman expert at controlling the lover) 36  
  1. purana-tarunya - situated in the stage of fully manifested youthfulness 36
  2. madandha - blinded by passion 36
  3. uru-ratotsuka -filled with yearning to enjoy amorous pastimes 37
  4. bhuri-bhavodgamabhijna - the simulataneous presence of many symptoms of ecstasy 37
  5. rasakranta-vallabha-able to overwhelm her lover with the nectar of transcendental mellows 37
  6. ati-praudhokti - her actions are those of a mature, proud woman 38
  8. mane-camanta-karkasa- in jeaious anger she is extremely harsh and bitter 38
Three types of jealous anger in the pragalbha heroine 38  
  1. Dhira-pragalbha 38
  2. Adhira-pragalbha 39
  3. Dhiradhira-paragalbha 39
Other categories of gopis 40  
Eight categories of gopis 40  
1. Abhisarika 41  
  Jyotsni 41
  Tamasi 41
2. Vasasajja 42  
3. Utkanthita 42  
4. Khandita   42
5. Viparalabdha 43  
6. Kalahantarita 43  
7. Prosita-bhartrka 43  
8. Svadhina-bhartrka 44  
Three divisions among the eight categories of gopis 44  
  1. Uttama 45
  2. Madhyama 45
  3. Kanistha 45
Chapter 6 - Yuthesvari-bheda - Varieties of leaders of the gopis 46  
1. Adhika - the most fortunate and qualified 46  
  Atyantiki-adhika 47
  Apeksiki-adhika 47
  Adhika-prakhara 47
  Adhika-madhya 47
  Adhika-mrdvi 47
2. Sama- those whose good fortune and qualifications place them in an intermediate position 47  
  Same-prakhara 47
  Same-madhya 48
3. Laghu - Those not as fortunate and qualified as the others 48  
  Laghu-Prakhara 49
  Laghu-madhya 49
  Laghu-mrdvi 49
Summary   50
Chapter 7 - Duti-bheda-varieties of messengers 51  
1. Svayanm-duti - a messenger who acts on her own volition 51
1. Vacika 51
  1. Saksat - direct 51
  1. Grava - the proud message 51
  where the words themselves conceal hidden meanings 51
  grava - arthottha - vyangya - a proud messahe where the hidden message is contained not in the words, but in the meaning 52
  2. Aksepa - scolding 52
  aksepsa - sabdottha - vyangya - a rebuke with words that conceal a hidden meaning 52
  aksepsa - artho-vyangya - a rebuke where a secret message is concealed in the meaning 53
  3. Yacna - an appeal 53
  a. Svartha-yacna 54
  b. svartha-yacna - with a direct meaning 53
  2. Vyapadesa - a trick 54
  2. Purahstha-visaya 55
2. Angika 55
  1. cracking the fingers 56
  2. prerending to be very concerned to cover the limbs of the body 56
  3. scratching the ground with the toe 56
  4. scratching the ear 56
  5. applying tilaka 56
  6. garments 57
  7. moving the eyebrows 57
  8. sakhi-tadanam 57
  9. adhara-damsa 57
  10. haradi-gumpha 57
  11. mandana-sanjitam 58
  12. dor-muladi-prakatanam 58
  13. krsna-namabhilakhenam 58
  14. tarau lataya yogah 58
3. Caksusa 58
  1. netra-smitam 58
  2. netradha-mudra 58
  3. netranta-bharama 59
  4. netranta-kunanam 59
  5. saciksa 59
  6. Vama-drk-preksa 59
  7. kataksa 60
2. Duti-the gopi-messengers 60
  1. amitartha 60
  2. nisrstratha 61
  3. patra-hari 61
Other categories of gopi-messengers 61  
  1. silpakari-an artist 61
  2. daivajna-an astrologer 61
  3. lingini-an ascetic 62
  4. paricarika -maidservants 62
  5. dhatreyi- the daughter of Radharani's nurse 62
  6. vana-devi-a forest-demigoddes 62
  7. Sakhi-the friend who becomes a messenger 63
Tow kinds of messages 63  
  1. Vacya 63
  2. Vyangya 63
  krsnc vacyam 64
  Vyangyam 64
Two other kinds of messages 65  
  1. Kriya-sadhya 65
  2. Vacika 65
  1. Vacya 65
  2. Vyangya 66
  1. sabda-vyangya 66
  2. artha-vyangya 66
  1. as a rebuke to the busband or another person 66
  2. as praise of Lord Krsna or other 66
  3. as a description of a certain place or thing 66
Chapter 8 - Sakhi-prakaranam - Srimati Radharani's friends 68
  Different division of sakhis 68
  1. Adhika -atyantika -adhika 68
  1. prakhara 68
  2. madhya 69
  3. mrdvi 69
  Apeksika-adhika-trikam - three types of sakhis aspiring to become leaders 69
  1. prakhara 70
  2. madhya 70
  3. mrdvi 71
2. Sama 71
3. Laghu-trikam 71
  1. apeksika-laghu-prakhara 72
  1.1 Vama - the left wing 73
  1.2 daksina - the right wing 73
  Laghu-mrdvi 74
  2. atyantika-laghu 74
division of the leaders of the sakhis 74  
Gopis who carries messages between Radha and Krsna 74  
  Nitya-nayika 75
  1. samaksa- those directly spoken to Lord Krsna 75
  1.1 sanketika - a message consisting of gestures 75
  1.2 vacika - a message consisting of world 75
  Vyapadesa 76
  Nayika-parayas 77
  Sama-sakhis 78
  Sakhi-praya 79
  Nitya-sakhis 79
The activities of the sakihs 81  
Other groups of sakhis 85  
  1. Asama-sneha 85
  1.1 krsna-snehadhika 86
  1.2 Priya-sakhyam snehadhika 86
Chapter 9 - Hari-vallabhah-Lord krsna's beloved Topics 88
  Suhrt-paksa 88
  Tatastha-paksa 88
  Vi-paska 89
  1. cadma - trickery 89
  2. irsya - jealousy 90
  3. garvita - pride 91
  1. nhankara 91
  2. abhimana 91
  3. darpa 92
  4. mocking the enemy 92
  5. pride in one's own superiority 93
  Puns which contain veiled critisim 93
Chapter 10 - that when stimulates ecstatic love 97  
1. Transecendental qualities 97
  1. The qualities of the mind and intelligence 97
  2. Qualities of speech 97
  3. Qualities of body 97
1. youthfulness 98
  1. vayah-sandhi 98
  2. navya 98
  3. vyaktam 99
  4. purna 99
2. rupam 100
  3. lavanyam 100
  4. saundaryam 101
  5. abhipupata 101
  6. madhuryam - sweetness 101
  7. madavam - delicateness 102
2. Names 102
3. Pastimes 102
  Nila 102
  1. Charming pastimes 103
  2. tandava-dancing 103
  3. palying the flute 103
  4. milking the surabhi cows 103
  5. lifting Govardhana Hill 103
  6. calling the surabhi cows 104
  7. walking 104
4. Mandanam 104
  1. garments 104
  2. ornamesnt 104
  3. Garlands and necklace 105
  4. ointments and cosmetics 105
5A. Things directly touching the beloved 105
  1. sound of flute 105
  2. the sound of the buffalo-horn bugle 105
  3. singing 106
  4. sweet fragrance 106
  5. the tinkling sounds of ornaments 106
  6. footprints 106
  7. the sound of the lute and other musical instruments 106
  8. expert artistic craftsmanship 107
5B. Things near the beloved 107
  1. remnants of flowers and other things offered to the beloved 107
  2-3. Peacock features and gunja necklaces 107
  4. mincral pigments from the hills and mountains 108
  5. surbhi cows 108
  6. stick 108
  7. flute 108
  8. glances of the beloved 109
  9. glances of the beloved 109
  10. dust raised by the cows 109
  11. Vrndavan forest 109
  12. the residents of the Vrndavana forest 109
  12-1. birds 109
  12-2. bumble-bees 110
  12-3. deers 110
  12-4&5. groves of trees and creepers 110
  12-6. tulsi-devi 110
  12-7. karnikara flowers 110
  12-8. kadamba and other flowers 111
  13. Govardhana Hill 111
  14. yamuna river 111
  15. the rasa-dance arena and other of Krsna's pastimes 111
6. Things not related 111
  1. moonlight 111
  2. clouds 112
  3. lighting 112
  4. springtime 112
  5. autumn 112
  6. full-moon 112
  7. fragrant breeze 113
  8. birds 113
Chapter 11 - Anubhava cestasy 114  
1. Alankars 114
  bhava 114
  hava 114
  hela 115
  sobha 115
  kanti 115
  dipti 115
  madhurayam 116
  pragalbhata 116
  audaryam 116
  dhatryam 117
  lila 117
  vilasa 117
  vichitti 118
  vibrahama 118
  kila kincita-bhava 119
  Remembers of hears about Krsna 119
  Externally offended and angry, but within her heart happy 120
  Even though pleased by Krsna's gift, the heroine may pretend to proudly and angrily dislike it. 120
  lalitam 121
  vikrtam 121
  maugdhyam 122
  cakitam 112
2. Udbhasvaras 122
3. Vacika 123
  Alapa - very affectionate words 123
Chapter 12 - Sattvika cestasy 126  
  Becoming stumed 126
  Perspiration 126
  Hair standing up 127
  Speaking broken words 127
  Trembling 128
  Turning pale 129
  Shedding tears 129
  Devastation 130
Three stages of ccstratic symptoms of ecstasy 130  
  Smokey (partly visible) symptoms of ecstasy 130
  Burming (move complete) 130
  Blazing (complete manifestation) 130
Chapter 13 - Vyablicaris 132  
  Weakness 134
  Fatigue 135
  Intoxication 135
  Pride 135
  Anxicty 136
  Bewiderment 137
  Death 137
  Laziness 138
  Becoming stunned 138
  Shynace 138
  Concealing one's actual feelings 139
  Guessing 140
  Meditation 140
  Satisfaction 141
  Happiness 141
  Eagerness 142
  Harsh punishment 142
  Anger 143
  Envy 143
  Ficklences 144
  Sleep 144
  The beginning of love 145
  Meeting 145
Chapter 14 - Sthayi-bhava-steady eestasy 147  
The stages of sthayi-bhava 147  
  Abhiyoga 147
  Visaya - sense-objects  
  1. Sound 148
  2. touch 148
  3. form 148
  4. taste 149
  5. feagrance 149
  Eloquent words 149
  Sambandha- relationship 149
  Abhimana 149
  Pada, Vraja and Priya-jana 150
  Upama - similarity 150
  Svabhava 151
  Nisarga 151
  Svarupam 151
  Krsna-nistham - in Krsna 151
  lalana-nistham 152
  ubhaya-nistham 152
Three kinds of sthayi-bhava 152  
  Sadharani 153
  Samanjasa 153
  Samantha 153
  Different forms of Samantha love 154
  Prema 155
  Praudha- fully developed love 155
  madhya 156
  manda 156
  sneha 157
  1. gharta-sncha-love like butter 158
  2. madhu-sneha - love like honery 158
  mana - pride 159
  raga 162
  nila-ranga 162
  manjistha-raga 162
  anuraga 163
  maha-bhava 164
  1. inability to tolerate the eyes blinking 165
  2. agitation of the heart 165
  3. perceiving a kalpa to be as long as a single moment 165
  4. during a period of happiness becoming depressed because of apprechension of future suffering 166
  5. becoming bewildered and forgetting everything, even one's own self 165
  6. perceiving a single moment to be as long as a kalpa 166
Modana 167  
Suddipata-satvika 167  
Suncari-moha 167  
Udghurna and citra-jalpa 169  
Prajalpa 169  
Vijalpa 170  
Ujjalpa 171  
Sanjalpa 171  
Avajalpa 171  
Abhigalpita 172  
Ajalpa 173  
Pratijipla 173  
Madana 174  
Summary 175  
Chapter 15- Varieties of conjugal love 176  
1. Love in separation 176
  Purvaraga 176
  Secing 176
  1. directly seeing Krsna 176
  2. secing Krsna in a picture 176
  3. seeing Krsna in a dream 177
Hearing   177
  hearing form the mouth of a trobadour 177
  hearing from the mouth of a gopi-messeringer 177
  hearing from the mouth of a gopi-friend 177
  Praudha 178
  Udvega 178
  Jagarya 178
  Tanava 179
  Jadima 179
  vairagya 179
  Vyadhi 180
  Unmadha 180
  Moha 180
  Decide to commit suicide 181
  Abhilasa 181
  Cinta 181
  Smrti 182
  Guna-kirtanam 182
  Sadharana rati 182
  Kama-lekha 183
  niraksara 183
  saksara 183
  Mana 184
  Mana based on a specific cause 184
  1. directly hearing 185
  2. directly seeing 185
  3. by inferring some evidence 186
  Svapna 187
  Sama 189
  Dana 190
  Nati 190
  Upeksa 190
  Rasantaram and yadrcchikam 191
  Buddhi-purvam 191
  Influence of a particular place, time or hearing the flute 192
  Different kinds of separation 193
  Prema-vaicityyam 193
  Pravasa 193
  Abuddhi-purvaka 194
  Krsna's sentiments during separation 196
  Summary 196
Chapter 16 - Conjugal pleasure 198  
  Sambhoga 198
  mukhya-sambhoga 198
  sanksipta 198
  sampanna-bhog 199
  pradhurbhava 199
  Gauna-sambhoga 200
  gauna 200
  Specific charming conjugal pastimes 201
  Lila-cauryam 203
  Lila-vilsa 205
  Ujjal Nilmani Kiranah 206
  A Ray of Light from the Ujjval Nilmani 206
  [Resplendent, bright blue sapphire, Sri Krsna] 206
  Sri Sri Krsna Saranam- I take shelter of Shri Krsna 206
  Nayak-vibhed - different kinds of divisions amongst heroes 206
  heroes 206
  Lila-vilasa 208
  Asta-nayika bhed - eight divisions amongst lovers 209
  Nayika ganer svabhava natures of lovers 210
  Nayika-vibhed-division amongst female lovers 211
  Duti Bhed-different kinds of sakhis 212
  Bayo Bhed -age differences 212
  Sattvik-symptoms of existential ecstatic love 213
  Byabhicari-further symptoms which express overwhelming ecstatic love 213
  Bhavot pattyadi 213
  Sthayi bhav - permanent mellow 214

 

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