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Sri Garga Samhita - Chapter Two - Sri-Goloka-dhama-nivarnanam

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Chapter Two

Sri-Goloka-dhama-nivarnanam
Description of the Abode of Sri Goloka


Text 1


jihvam labdhvapi yah krishnam
kirtaniyam na kirtayet
labdhvapi moksha-nisrenim
sa narohati durmatih

A person who has a tongue but does not glorify glorious Sri Krishna is a fool. Even if he somehow approaches the staircase to liberation, he cannot climb it.


Text 2


atha te sampravakshyami
sri-krishnagamanam bhuvi
asmin varaha-kalpe vai
yad bhutam tac chrinu prabho

Now I will describe to you Sri Krishna's coming to this earth during the Varaha-kalpa. O lord, please hear what happened.


Texts 3 and 4


pura danava-daityanam
naranam khalu bhubhujam
bhuri-bhara-samakranta
prithvi go-rupa-dharini

anathavad rudantiva
vedayanti nija-vyatham
kampayanti nijam gatram
brahmanam saranam gata

In ancient times the earth, overcome with a burden of many daityas, danavas, and human kings, assumed the form of a cow and, helplessly crying, trembling, and describing her troubles, took shelter of the demigod Brahma.


Text 5


brahmathasvasya tam sadyah
sarva-deva-ganair vritah
sankarena samam pragad
vaikuntham mandiram hareh

Brahma comforted her and then, accompanied by Siva and the demigods, went to Lord Hari's palace in Vaikuntha.


Text 6


natva catur-bhujam vishnum
svabhiprayam jagada ha
athodvignam deva-ganam
sri-nathah praha tam vidhim

Brahma bowed down before four-armed Lord Vishnu and explained why he had come. Then He who is the husband of the goddess of fortune spoke to Brahma and the troubled demigods.


Text 7


sri-bhagavan uvaca

krishnam svayam viganitanda-patim paresam
s_kshad akhandam atidevam ativa-lilam
karyam kadapi na bhavishyati yam vina hi
gacchasu tasya vishadam padam avyayam tvam

The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: Without Krishna, who is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the master of countless universes, perfect, above the demigods, and the enjoyer of transcendental pastimes, this problem will not be solved. You should go to His eternal and effulgent abode at once.


Text 8


sri-brahmovaca

tvattah param na janami
paripurnatamam svayam
yadi yo 'nyas tasya s_kshal
lokam darsaya nah prabho

Sri Brahma said: I do not know anyone greater and more perfect than You. If there is such a person, please show Him to us, O Lord.


Texts 9 and 10


sri-narada uvaca

ity ukto 'pi harih purnah
sarvair deva-ganaih saha
padavim darsayam asa
brahmanda-sikharopari

vama-padangushtha-nakha-
bhinna-brahmanda-mashtake
sri-vamanasya vivare
brahma-drava-samakule

Sri Narada said: When this was said, perfect Lord Hari showed all the demigods a spiritual river path flowing through the hole Sri Vamana made in the universe with His toenail.


Text 11


jala-yanena margena
bahis te niryayuh surah
kalinga-bimba-vac cedam
brahmandam dadrisus tv adhah

Going by boat on this path, the demigods left the universe. They saw the universe was like a round kutaja fruit far below.


Text 12


indrayana-phalaniva
luthanty anyani vai jale
vilokya vismitah sarve
babhuvus cakita iva

When the saw the other universes were like many kutaja fruits bobbing in the water (of the Karana Ocean), they all became frightened and surprised.


Text 13


kotiso yojanordhvam vai
puranam ashtakam gatah
V divya-prakara-ratnadi-
druma-vrinda-manoharam

Millions of yojanas higher they came to eight cities charming with glistening jewel-forest groves.


Text 14


tad-urdhvam dadrisur deva
virajayas tatam subham
tarangitam kshauma-subhram
sopanair bhaskaram param

Higher still the demigods saw the Viraja river's splendid shore, which was splashed by waves white as silk and glorious with many staircases.


Text 15


tam drishtva pracalantas te
tat puram jagmur uttamam
asankhya-koti-martanda-
jyotisham mandalam mahat

After seeing this, they entered a city splendid as countless millions of suns.


Text 16


drishtva prataditakshas te
tejasa dharshitah sthitah
namaskritvatha tat-tejo
dadhyau vishnv-ajnaya vidhih

As they looked at its splendor they became overpowered, their eyes struck by the light. By Lord Vishnu's order, Brahma offered obeisances to that light and meditated on it.


Text 17


taj-jyotir-mandale 'pasyat
sakaram dhama santidam
tasmin mahadbhutam dirgham
mrinala-dhavalam param
sahasra-vadanam sesham
drishtva nemuh suras tatah

In that circle of light he saw the form of a peaceful transcendental realm. When the demigods saw in that realm the very wonderful white lotus stem of thousand-faced Lord Sesha, they bowed down to offer respects to Him.


Texts 18 and 19


tasyotsange maha-loko
goloko loka-vanditah
yatra kalah kalayatam
isvaro dhama-maninam

rajan na prabhaven maya
manas cittam matir hy aham
na vikaro visaty eva
na mahams ca gunah kutah

On His head was the transcendental realm of Goloka, which is worshiped by all the worlds, and which is a realm where time, the conqueror of the proud, does not prevail, and where illusion, the material mind, heart, intelligence, and ego, material transformations and the mahat-tattva do enter. How can the modes of nature enter there?


Text 20


tatra kandarpa-lavanyah
syamasundara-vigrahah
dvari gantum cabhyudita
nyashedhan krishna-parshadah

Their forms very beautiful, more beautiful than Kamadeva himself, Sri Krishna's associates stood at the entrance.


Text 21

sri-deva ucuh

loka-pala vayam sarve
brahma-vishnu-mahesvarah
sri-krishna-darsanarthaya
sakradya agata iha

The demigods said: We, Brahma, Vishnu, Siva, all the protectors of the planets, and the demigods headed by Indra, have come here to see Sri Krishna.

Text 22

sri-narada uvaca

tac chrutva tad-abhiprayam
sri-krishnaya sakhi-janah
ucur deva-pratiharah
gatva cantah-puram param

Sri Narada said: Having heard this, the doorkeepers, girls who were the Lord's friends, went inside the palace and told Sri Krishna of (the visitors') wish.

Text 23

tada vinirgata kacic
chatacandranana sakhi
pitambara vetra-hasta
sapricchad vanhitam suran

Then a girl named Satacandranana, who was dressed in yellow garments, who held a stick in her hand, and who was Sri Krishna's friend, came from inside and asked the demigods what they wished.

Text 24

sri-satacandrananovaca

kasyandasyadhipa deva
yuyam sarve samagatah
vadatasu gamishyami
tasmai bhagavate hy aham

Sri Satacandranana said: All you demigods who have come here, of what universe are you the kings? Tell me and I shall go to the Lord at once.

Text 25

sri-deva ucuh

aho andany utanyani
nasmabhir darsitani ca
ekam andam prajanimo
'tho 'param nasti nah subhe

The demigods said: We have not seen any other universes. We know only one universe. O beautiful one, there is no universe beyond ours.

Text 26

sri-satacandrananovaca

brahmadeva luthantiha
kotiso hy anda-rasayah
tesham yuyam yatha devas
tathande 'nde prithak prithak

Sri Satacandranana said: O demigod Brahma, millions of universes bob up and down (in the Karana ocean). As you are demigods in one universe, so in each each universe there are many demigods.

Text 27

nama-gramam na janitha
kada vatra samagatah
jada-buddhya prahrishyadhve
grihan napi vinirgatah

You do not even know their names. When did you even meet them? Never leaving your own homes, you remain happy with stunted minds.

Text 28

brahmandam ekam jananti
yatra jatas tatha janah
mashaka ca yathantah-stha
audumbara-phaleshu vai

You know one universe. Living entities are born in many universes, like mosquitoes in many udumbara fruits.

Text 29

sri-narada uvaca

upahasyam gata deva
ittham tushnim sthitah punah
cakitan iva tan drishtva
vishnur vacanam abravit

Sri Narada said: Mocked in this way, the demigods were silent. Seeing them intimidated, Lord Vishnu spoke some words.

Text 30

sri-vishnur uvaca

yasminn ande prishnigarbho
'vataro 'bhut sanatanah
trivikrama-nakhodbhinne
tasminn ande sthita vayam

Sri Vishnu said: We stay in the universe where eternal Lord Prisnigarbha descended, the universe broken by Lord Trivikrama's toenail.

Text 31

sri-narada uvaca

tac chrutva tam ca samslaghya
sighram antah-puram gata
punar agatya devebhyo
'py ajnam dattva gatah puram

Sri Narada said: Hearing this, she praised Him for a long time, again entered the palace, returned, and gave the demigods permission (to enter. Then the demigods) entered the palace.

Texts 32-34

atha deva-ganah sarve
golokam dadrisuh param
tatra govardhano nama
giri-rajo virajate

vasanta-malinibhis ca
gopibhir go-ganair vritah
kalpa-vriksha-lata-sanghai
rasa-mandala-manditah

yatra krishna nadi syama
tolika-koti-mandita
vaidurya-krita-sopana
svacchanda-gatir uttama

Then the demigods saw Goloka, where the king of mountains, named Govardhana, which was filled with many cows and with gopis garlanded with forest flowers, and which was decorated with rasa- dance circles, is splendidly manifest, where the dark Yamuna river meandered as it wished, (its shores) made with lapis lazuli steps and decorated with millions of gazebos, . . .

Text 35

vrindavanam bhrajamanam
divya-druma-latakulam
citra-pakshi-madhuvratair
vamsi-vata-virajitam

. . . where the forest of Vrindavana, filled with splendid trees and vines, and glorious with bees, colorful birds, and the banyan tree where (Krishna) played the flute, was splendidly manifested, . . .

Text 36

puline sitalo vayur
manda-gami vahaty alam
sahasra-dala-padmanam
rajo vikshepayan muhuh

. . . where, carrying the pollen of many thousand-petal lotuses, a cool breeze gently blew to the shore, . . .

Text 37

madhye nija-nikunjo 'sti
dva-trimsad-vana-samyutah
prakara-parikha-yuto
'runakshaya-vatajirah

. . . where in the middle is the Lord's personal woodland of 32 forests, which is surrounded by walls and moats and endowed with a reddish courtyard of eternal banyan trees, . . .

Text 38

saptadha padmaragagra-
jira-kudya-vibhushitah
kotindu-mandalakarair
vitanair gulika-dyutih

. . . a courtyard decorated with seven walls made of rubies and with a glory of pearls from awnings like many millions of moons, . . .

Text 39

patat-patakair divyabhaih pushpa-mandira-vartmabhih jata-bhramara-sangito matta-barhi-pika-svanah

. . . .where there were splendid flags moving (in the breeze), pathways that were flower palaces, and the singing of many bees and many maddened peacocks and cuckoos, . . .

Text 40

balarka-kundala-dharah
sata-candra-prabhah striyah
svacchanda-gatayo ratnaih
pasyantyah sundaram mukham

ratnajireshu dhavantyo
hara-keyura-bhushitah
kvanan-nupura-kinkinyas
cuda-mani-virajitah

. . . where there were many women effulgent as a hundred moons, wearing sunrise earrings, walking about as they wished, noticing their beautiful faces reflected in the jewels, running in the jewel courtyard, decorated with necklaces, bracelets, and tinkling ankle-bells, and splendid with jewels in their hair, . . .

Text 42

kotisah kotiso gavo
dvari dvari manoharah
sveta-parvata-sankasa
divya-bhushana-bhushitah

. . . where at door after door there were millions of millions of beautiful cows glorious as white mountains, decorated with glittering ornaments, . . .

Text 43

payasvinyas tarunyas ca
sila-rupa-gunair yutah
sa-vatsah pita-pucchas ca
vrajantyo bhavya-murtikah

. . . young, full of milk, endowed with good character, virtues, and beauty, their tails yellow, personifications of happiness as they walked about with their calves, . . .

Text 44

ghanta-manjira-samravah
kinkini-jala-manditah
hema-sringyo hema-tulya-
hara-mala-sphurat-prabhah

. . . decorated with a network of tiny bells, their bells and anklets tinkling, splendid with golden necklaces and flower garlands, their horns of gold, . . .

Text 45

patala haritas tamrah
pitah syama vicitritah
dhumrah kokila-varnas ca
yatra gavas tv anekadha

. . . many different wonderful colors, some pink, some green, some red, some yellow, some black, some smokey, and some the color of cuckoos, . . .

Text 46

samudravad-dugdhadas ca
taruni-kara-cihnikah
kurangavad-vilanghadbhir
govatsair manditah subhah

. . . giving oceans of milk, marked with the signs of youth, leaping like deer, beautiful, decorated with many calves, . . .

Text 47

itas tatas calantas ca
go-ganeshu maha-vrishah
dirgha-kandhara-sringadhya
yatra dharma-dhurandharah

. . . where, wandering among the cows were many great bulls opulent with long horns and necks and very pious, . . .

Text 48

gopala vetra-hastas ca
syama vamsi-dharah parah
krishna-lilam pragayanto
ragair madana-mohanaih

. . . where were many handsome cowherd boys, carrying flutes, holding sticks in their hands, and with charming melodies singing of Krishna's pastimes.

Text 49

ittham nija-nikunjam tam
natva madhye gatah surah
jyotisham mandalam padmam
sahasra-dala-sobhitam

Bowing down to offer respects, the demigods entered the Lord's personal forest grove, which was a thousand-petal lotus that was a great circle of light.

Text 50

tad-urdhvam shodasa-dalam
tato 'shta-dala-pankajam
tasyopari sphurad dirgham
sopana-traya-manditam

Above that was a sixteen-petal lotus, above that an eight-petal lotus, and above that a long path decorated with three stairways.

Text 51

simhasanam param divyam
kaustubhaih khacitam subhaih
dadrisur devatah sarvah
sri-krishnam radhaya yutam

There all the demigods saw, sitting on a splendid throne studded with beautiful kaustubha jewels, and accompanied by Sri Radha, Sri Krishna, . . .

Text 52

divyair ashta-sakhi-sanghair
mohiny-adibhir anvitam
sridamadyaih sevyamanam
ashta-gopala-mandalaih

. . . who was accompanied by eight splendid gopi friends headed by Mohini and served by eight gopas headed by Sridama, . . .

Text 53

hamsabhair vyajanandola-
camarair vajra-mushtibhih
koti-candra-pratikasaih
sevitam chatra-kotibhih

. . . who was served with diamond-handled camaras glorious as swans and millions of parasols like millions of moons, . . .

Text 54

sri-radhikalankrita-vama-bahum
svacchanda-vakri-krita-dakshinanghrim
vamsi-dharam sundara-manda-hasam
bhru-mandalamohita-kama-rasim

. . . whose left arm was decorated by Sri Radhika, whose right foot was bent as He wished, who held a flute, who smiled gently and gracefully, whose eyebrows enchanted hosts of Kamadevas, . . .

Text 55

ghana-prabham padma-dalayutekshanam
pralamba-bahum bahu-pita-vasasam
vrindavanonmatta-milinda-sabdair
virajitam sri-vana-malaya harim

. . . who was splendid as a raincloud, whose large eyes were lotus petals, whose arms were long, who wore great yellow garments, who was splendid with a beautiful forest garland filled with the sounds of intoxicated bees.

Text 56

kani-kala-kankana-nupura-dyutim
lasan-manohari-mahojjvala-smitam
srivatsa-ratnottama-kuntala-sriyam
kirita-harangada-kundala-tvisham

. . . who was splendid with bracekets, anklets, and a belt, who had a glittering, charming, very glorious smile, who was handsome with the mark of Srivatsa and with a jewel placed in His curly locks of hair, and who was glorious with a crown, necklace, armlets, and earrings.

Text 57

drishtva tam ananda-samudra-magna-vat
praharshitas casru-kalakulekshanah
tatah surah pranjalayo natanana
nemur murarim purusham parayanam

Very happy, as if plunged in an ocean of bliss, by seeing Him, and their eyes now filled with tears, with folded hands and bowed heads the demigods offered their respectful obeisances to Lord Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.


Dec 16, CANADA (SUN) —
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