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1. Hare Krishna Hare Rama Ancient mantra Shabda Hari Das - Navaneetha Chora

Hare Krishna Hare Rama Ancient mantra Shabda Hari Das - Navaneetha Chora

The ancient mantra as prescribed in the Vedic literatures: Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare / Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare is a transcendental sound vibration. It purifies the mind and awakens the dormant love of God that resides in the hearts of all living beings. Lord Caitanya the most recent incarnation of Krishna in this age requested His followers to spread the chanting to every town and village of the world. Anyone can take part in the chanting of Hare Krishna and learn the science of spiritual love of Krishna and all living entities by studying the Bhagavad-gita As It Is. This easy and practical process of self-realization will awaken our natural state of peace and happiness. (For more information on who Lord Caitanya is please download the book Teachings of Lord Chaitanya from the “Free ebooks” tab) http://www.krishnapath.org/how-to-become-a-devotee/

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3. govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami

govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami

Govinda adi Purusham govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami venum kvanantaravinda-dalayataksham barhavatamsam asitam buda-sundarangam kandarpa-kothi-kamaniya -vis’esha s’obham govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami angani yasya sakalendriya-vrittimanti pasyanti panti kalayanti ciram jaganti ananda-cin-maya-saduj-jvala-vigrahasya govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami (Text from Brahmâ Samhithâ ) Taken from http://lyricstranslate.com/en/radha-krishna-temple-govinda-adi-purusham-lyrics.html#ixzz3g7qnJA00

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4. Nama Om Vishnu - Padaya (Rock Mix)

Nama Om Vishnu - Padaya (Rock Mix)

In Gaudiya Vaishnavism or Gaudiya Krishnaism these five features of God (Krishna) are believed to have incarnated on Earth as five people in the late 15th century, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Nityananda Prabhu, Advaita Acharya, Gadadhara Pandita and Srivasa Thakura. They famously spread the Hare Krishna mantra, and the practice of devotion (bhakti) to Krishna throughout India. The Five Features[edit] Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is Krishna Himself, The Supreme Person (Svayam Bhagavan). Nityananda is Krishna's first personal expansion with a combined power of Balarama Advaita Acharya is a combined incarnation of Lord Vishnu & Lord Shiva (Harihara). Gadadhara is a combined incarnation of Radha, Lalita (gopi) and Krishna's internal energy. Srivasa is Krishna's pure devotee and symbolizes devotion. "I bow down to Lord Krishna, who appears as a supreme devotee (Lord Chaitanya), as His personal expansion (Sri Nityananda), His incarnation (Sri Advaita), His devotee (Sri Srivasa), and His energy (Sri Gadadhara), and who is the source of strength for the devotees." (Chaitanya Charitamrita Adi 1.14) ALL GLORIES TO SRILA PRABHUPADA

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5. Sri Nrisimha Pranama (sung after arati)

Sri Nrisimha Pranama (sung after arati)

namas te narasimhaya prahladahlada-dayine hiranyakashipor vakshah shila-tanka-nakhalaye ito nshimhah parato nrisimho yato yato yami tato nrisimhah bahir nrisimho hridaye nrisimho nrisimham adim sharanam prapadye (Prayer to Lord Nrisimha) tava kara-kamala-vare nakham adbhuta-sringham dalita-hiranyakashipu-tanu-bhringam keshava dhrita-narahari-rupa jaya jagadisha hare I offer my obeisances to Lord Nrisimha-deva, who is always giving bliss to His devotees like Prahlada Maharaja and chiselling at the hearts of demons like Hiranyakashipu. The devotee always sees Lord Nrisimha everywhere. Lord Nrisimha is within and without. Therefore let us all take shelter of Lord Nrisimha. (Prayer to Lord Nrisimha) O my Lord Nrisimha, Your hands are very beautiful like the lotus flower, but with Your long nails You have ripped apart the wasp Hiranyakashipu. Unto You, Lord of the universe, I offer my humble obeisances. http://www.salagram.net/narasimha-mantras2.html

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6. Namaste Narasimhaya - Indradyumna Swami

Namaste Narasimhaya - Indradyumna Swami

namas te narasimhaya prahladahlada-dayine hiranyakashipor vakshah shila-tanka-nakhalaye ito nshimhah parato nrisimho yato yato yami tato nrisimhah bahir nrisimho hridaye nrisimho nrisimham adim sharanam prapadye (Prayer to Lord Nrisimha) tava kara-kamala-vare nakham adbhuta-sringham dalita-hiranyakashipu-tanu-bhringam keshava dhrita-narahari-rupa jaya jagadisha hare I offer my obeisances to Lord Nrisimha-deva, who is always giving bliss to His devotees like Prahlada Maharaja and chiselling at the hearts of demons like Hiranyakashipu. The devotee always sees Lord Nrisimha everywhere. Lord Nrisimha is within and without. Therefore let us all take shelter of Lord Nrisimha. (Prayer to Lord Nrisimha) O my Lord Nrisimha, Your hands are very beautiful like the lotus flower, but with Your long nails You have ripped apart the wasp Hiranyakashipu. Unto You, Lord of the universe, I offer my humble obeisances. http://www.salagram.net/narasimha-mantras2.html

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7. Hare Krishna Kirtan Dance Mix

Hare Krishna Kirtan Dance Mix

Dancy Kirtan

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8. Lord Chaitanya's Moon Is Rising (2010)

Lord Chaitanya's Moon Is Rising (2010)

“Who is Krishna Chaitanya, and what is His significance?” If we turn to academic sources for an answer, we will find considerable historical data. A New History of India, by Stanley Wolpert, states, “In Bengal the most popular of all bhakti Hindu preachers was the teacher Chaitanya.” In A History of Indian Philosophy, the respected Surendranath Dasgupta writes, “The religious life of Chaitanya unfolds unique psychological symptoms of devotion which are perhaps unparalleled in … history… .” And the Encyclopaedia Brittannica refers to Lord Chaitanya’s “profound and continuing effect on the religious sentiments of his Bengali countrymen.” The Brittanica also states that Lord Chaitanya propagated “the community celebration [sankirtana] of Krishna as the most powerful means of bringing about the proper bhakti attitude.” From the historical records about Lord Chaitanya, we certainly see a picture of a God-conscious saint who appeared in India during the sixteenth century. But we have to seek further—into the devotional Vedic literature—to understand the full, spiritual significance of Lord Chaitanya and the bhakti movement that He inaugurated. We should consult the biographies of Lord Chaitanya, especially the Chaitanya-bhagavata, by Vrindavana dasa Thakura, and the Chaitanya-charitamrita, by Krishnadasa Kaviraja. Both of these works were compiled in the sixteenth century and are filled with first-hand accounts of Lord Chaitanya’s acts and teachings. They also give us an accurate picture of the social and religious setting in which Lord Chaitanya lived. The Chaitanya-charitamrita is especially valuable, because the author quotes extensively from the Sanskrit Vedic scriptures to authoritatively and logically establish the divinity of Lord Chaitanya. One of the opening verses of Chaitanya-charitamrita boldly asserts that Lord Chaitanya is none other than the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Krishna Himself: What the Upanishads describe as the impersonal Brahman is but the effulgence of His body, and the Lord known as the Supersoul (Paramatma) is but His localized plenary portion. He is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krishna Himself, full with six opulences [wealth, fame, strength, beauty, knowledge, and renunciation]. He is the Absolute Truth, and no other truth is greater than or equal to Him.

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9. Golden Avatar (Lord Caitanya)

Golden Avatar (Lord Caitanya)

Does anyone know where to get the pranams for this song?

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10. Govindam Adi-Purusam Tam Aham ELECTRONIC MIX

Govindam Adi-Purusam Tam Aham ELECTRONIC MIX

govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami venum kvanantaravinda-dalayataksham barhavatamsam asitam buda-sundarangam kandarpa-kothi-kamaniya -vis’esha s’obham govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami angani yasya sakalendriya-vrittimanti pasyanti panti kalayanti ciram jaganti ananda-cin-maya-saduj-jvala-vigrahasya govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami Govinda adi Purusham(Krishna, the Original Personality of Godhead) Versions: #1#2 Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Playing the flute, as blooming lotusses His eyes, A peacock's feather on top, His fine form like blue clouds, of Millions of Cupids His charm, His unique so lovely, Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Whose limbs whose organs, possess all the functions, see, maintain, manifest for ever the universes. Blissfull true, full of meaning, His form dazzling, Govinda the Original Person I do worship. Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Taken from http://lyricstranslate.com/en/govinda-adi-purusham-govinda-adi-purushamkrishna-original-personality-godhead.html#ixzz3gV7u3SfF (Text from Brahmâ Samhithâ ) Taken from http://lyricstranslate.com/en/radha-krishna-temple-govinda-adi-purusham-lyrics.html#ixzz3gV7m64WA

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11. Sri Sri Gurvvastaka (samsara - Davanala)

Sri Sri Gurvvastaka (samsara - Davanala)

LYRICS (1) saḿsāra-dāvānala-līḍha-loka- trāṇāya kāruṇya-ghanāghanatvam prāptasya kalyāṇa-guṇārṇavasya vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (2) mahāprabhoḥ kīrtana-nṛtya-gīta- vāditra-mādyan-manaso rasena romāñca -kampāśru-tarańga-bhājo vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (3) śrī-vigrahārādhana-nitya-nānā- śṛńgāra-tan-mandira-mārjanādau yuktasya bhaktāḿś ca niyuñjato 'pi vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (4) catur-vidha-śrī-bhagavat-prasāda- svādv-anna-tṛptān hari-bhakta-sańghān kṛtvaiva tṛptiḿ bhajataḥ sadaiva vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (5) śrī-rādhikā-mādhavayor apāra- mādhurya-līlā guṇa-rūpa-nāmnām prati-kṣaṇāsvādana-lolupasya vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (6) nikuñja-yūno rati-keli-siddhyai yā yālibhir yuktir apekṣaṇīyā tatrāti-dākṣyād ati-vallabhasya vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (7) sākṣād-dharitvena samasta-śāstrair uktas tathā bhāvyata eva sadbhiḥ kintu prabhor yaḥ priya eva tasya vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (8) yasya prasādād bhagavat-prasādo yasyāprasādān na gatiḥ kuto 'pi dhyāyan stuvaḿs tasya yaśas tri-sandhyaḿ vande guroḥ śrī-caraṇāravindam (9) śrīmad-guror aṣṭakam etad uccair brāhme muhūrte paṭhati prayatnāt yas tena vṛndāvana-nātha sākṣāt sevaiva labhyā juṣaṇo’nta eva TRANSLATION 1) The spiritual master is receiving benediction from the ocean of mercy. Just as a cloud pours water on a forest fire to extinguish it, so the spiritual master delivers the materially afflicted world by extinguishing the blazing fire of material existence. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master, who is an ocean of auspicious qualities. 2) Chanting the holy name, dancing in ecstasy, singing, and playing musical instruments, the spiritual master is always gladdened by the sańkīrtana movement of Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu. Because he is relishing the mellows of pure devotion within his mind, sometimes his hair stands on end, he feels quivering in his body, and tears flow from his eyes like waves. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. 3) The spiritual master is always engaged in the temple worship of Srī Srī Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa. He also engages his disciples in such worship. They dress the Deities in beautiful clothes and ornaments, clean Their temple, and perform other similar worship of the Lord. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. 4) The spiritual master is always offering Kṛṣṇa four kinds of delicious food [analyzed as that which is licked, chewed, drunk, and sucked]. When the spiritual master sees that the devotees are satisfied by eating bhagavat-prasāda, he is satisfied. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. 5) The spiritual master is always eager to hear and chant about the unlimited conjugal pastimes of Rādhikā and Mādhava, and Their qualities, names, and forms. The spiritual master aspires to relish these at every moment. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. 6) The spiritual master is very dear, because he is expert in assisting the gopīs, who at different times make different tasteful arrangements for the perfection of Rādhā and Kṛṣṇa's conjugal loving affairs within the groves of Vṛndāvana. I offer my most humble obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. 7) The spiritual master is to be honored as much as the Supreme Lord, because he is the most confidential servitor of the Lord. This is acknowledged in all revealed scriptures and followed by all authorities. Therefore I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master, who is a bona fide representative of Srī Hari [Kṛṣṇa]. http://kksongs.org/songs/s/samsaradavanala.html

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12. Hare Krsna (Kirtan From Jaya Radha - Madhava 2008 (CUT))

Hare Krsna (Kirtan From Jaya Radha - Madhava 2008 (CUT))

One of my favorite Hare Krishna Kirtans Hare Krishna (mantra) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Hare Krishna (Maha Mantra) in Devanagari (devanāgarī) script The Hare Krishna mantra, also referred to reverentially as the Maha Mantra ("Great Mantra"), is a 16 word Vaishnava mantra which is mentioned in the Kali-Santarana Upanishad, and which from the 15th century rose to importance in the Bhakti movement following the teachings of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. According to Gaudiya Vaishnava theology, one's original consciousness and goal of life is pure love of God (Krishna).[1] Since the 1960s, the mantra has been made well known outside of India by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and his International Society for Krishna Consciousness (commonly known as "the Hare Krishnas").[2] hare kṛṣṇa hare kṛṣṇa kṛṣṇa kṛṣṇa hare hare hare rāma hare rāma rāma rāma hare hare "Rama" in "Hare Rama" means "Radharaman": "Krishna who satisfies Radharani. Hare means Radhe. Thus "Hare Rama" and "Hare Krishna" both mean Radha-Krishna. (Lord Chaitanya is Krishna in mood of Radharani.) "Hare" can be interpreted as either the vocative form of Harih, another name of Vishnu meaning "he who removes illusion", or as the vocative of Harā,[3] a name of Rādhā,[4] Krishna's eternal consort or His energy (Krishna's Shakti). According to A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Harā refers to "the energy/shakti of Supreme Personality of Godhead" while Krishna and Rama refer to Supreme Godhead Himself, meaning "He who is All-Attractive" and "He who is the Source of All Pleasure".[5] Rama refers to Ramachandra Lord Ram which is one of the incarnations of Krishna.[6] In the hymn Vishnu Sahasranama spoken by Bhishma in praise of Krishna after the Kurukshetra War, Krishna is also called Rama.[7] Rama can also be a shortened form of Balarama, Krishna's first expansion.[8] The mantra is repeated, either out loud (kirtan), softly to oneself (japa), or internally within the mind. A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami describes the process of chanting the Maha Mantra as follows: Krishna consciousness is not an artificial imposition on the mind; this consciousness is the original energy of the living entity. When we hear the transcendental vibration, this consciousness is revived ...[]... This chanting of 'Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare / Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare' is directly enacted from the spiritual platform, and thus this sound vibration surpasses all lower strata of consciousness - namely sensual, mental, and intellectual ...[]... As such anyone can take part in the chanting without any previous qualification. —[9]

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13. Jai Shree Krsna - Swami Bhaktivedanta

Jai Shree Krsna - Swami Bhaktivedanta

Srī-kṛṣṇa-caitanya prabhu-nityānanda, śrī-advaita gadādhara śrīvāsādi-gaura-bhakta-vṛnda[1] Pancha Tattva (Devanagari: पञ्चतत्त्व; IAST: pañca-tattva, from Sanskrit pañca meaning "five" and tattva "truth" or "reality") in the Gaudiya Vaishnava or Krishnaist tradition refers specifically to the Five aspects of God or Absolute Truth. In Gaudiya Vaishnavism or Gaudiya Krishnaism these five features of God (Krishna) are believed to have incarnated on Earth as five people in the late 15th century, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Nityananda Prabhu, Advaita Acharya, Gadadhara Pandita and Srivasa Thakura. They famously spread the Hare Krishna mantra, and the practice of devotion (bhakti) to Krishna throughout India. The Five Features[edit] Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is Krishna Himself, The Supreme Person (Svayam Bhagavan). Nityananda is Krishna's first personal expansion with a combined power of Balarama Advaita Acharya is a combined incarnation of Lord Vishnu & Lord Shiva (Harihara). Gadadhara is a combined incarnation of Radha, Lalita (gopi) and Krishna's internal energy. Srivasa is Krishna's pure devotee and symbolizes devotion.

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14. Sri Gurv-astaka : Samsara Davanala

Sri Gurv-astaka : Samsara Davanala

samsara-davanala-lidha-loka- tranaya karunya-ghanaghanatwam praptasya kalyana-gunarnavasya vande guroh sri-charanaravindam The spiritual master is receiving benediction from the ocean of mercy. Just as a cloud pours water on a forest fire to extinguish it, so the spiritual master delivers the materially afflicted world by extinguishing the blazing fire of material existence. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master, who is an ocean of auspicious qualities. mahapraboh kirtana-nritya-gita- vaditra-madyan-manaso rasena romancha-kampashru-taranga-bhajo vande guroh sri-charanaravindam Chanting the holy name, dancing in ecstasy, singing, and playing musical instruments, the spiritual master is always gladdened by the sankirtana movement of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Because he is relishing the mellows of pure devotion within his mind, sometimes his hair stands on end, he feels quivering in his body, and tears flow from his eyes like waves. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. sri-vigraharadhana-nitya-nana shringaira-tan-mandira-marjanadau yuktasya bhaktamsh cha niyunjato pi vande guroh sri-charanaravindam The spiritual master is always engaged in the temple worship of Sri Sri Radha and Krsna. He also engages his disciples in such worship. They dress the Deities in beautiful clothes and ornaments, clean Their temple, and perform other similar worship of the Lord. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. chatur-vidha-sri-bhagavat-prasada- swadv-anna-triptan hari-bhakta-sanghan kritwaiva triptim bhajatah sadaiva vande guroh sri-charanaravindam The spiritual master is always offering Krsna four kinds of delicious food [analyzed as that which is licked, chewed, drunk, and sucked]. When the spiritual master sees that the devotees are satisfied by eating bhagavat-prasada, he is satisfied. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. sri-radhika-madhavayor apara- madhurya-lila-guna-rupa-namnam prati-kshanaswadana-lolupasya vande guroh sri-charanaravindam The spiritual master is always eager to hear and chant about the unlimited conjugal pastimes of Radhika and Madhava, and Their qualities, names, and forms. The spiritual master aspires to relish these at every moment. I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. nikunja-yuno rati-keli-siddhyai ya yalibhir yuktir apekshaniya tatrati-dakshyad ati-vallabhasya vande guroh sri-charanaravindam The spiritual master is very dear, because he is expert in assisting the gopis, who at different times make different tasteful arrangements for the perfection of Radha and Krsna's conjugal loving affairs within the groves of Vrndavana. I offer my most humble obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master. sakshad-dharitvena samasta-shastrair uktas tatha bhavyata eva sadbhihi kintu prabhor yah priya eva tasya vande guroh sri-charanaravindam The spiritual master is to be honored as much as the Supreme Lord, because he is the most confidential servitor of the Lord. This is acknowledged in all revealed scriptures and followed by all authorities. Therefore I offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of such a spiritual master, who is a bonafide representative of Sri Hari [Krsna]. yasya prasadad bhagavat-prasado yasyaprasadan na gatih kuto 'pi dhyayan stuvams tasya yashas trisandhyam vande guroh sri-charanaravindam By the mercy of the spiritual master one receives the benediction of Krsna. Without the grace of the spiritual master, one cannot make any advancement. Therefore, I should always remember and praise the spiritual master. At least three times a day I should offer my respectful obeisances unto the lotus feet of my spiritual master.

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15. Radhanath Swami : LOVE : KRSNA DIGITAL PODCAST #003 SNIPPET

Radhanath Swami : LOVE : KRSNA DIGITAL PODCAST #003 SNIPPET

Love as nature of the soul and part of God. Love of God is dormant in every human being, but we have forgotten, so we try to find that experience of pleasure, but find frustration. When we experience God's unlimited love, it's compassion love for every living being. The essence of every religion, the highest purpose of life.

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16. Lord Chaitanya's Moon Is Rising

Lord Chaitanya's Moon Is Rising

“Who is Krishna Chaitanya, and what is His significance?” If we turn to academic sources for an answer, we will find considerable historical data. A New History of India, by Stanley Wolpert, states, “In Bengal the most popular of all bhakti Hindu preachers was the teacher Chaitanya.” In A History of Indian Philosophy, the respected Surendranath Dasgupta writes, “The religious life of Chaitanya unfolds unique psychological symptoms of devotion which are perhaps unparalleled in … history… .” And the Encyclopaedia Brittannica refers to Lord Chaitanya’s “profound and continuing effect on the religious sentiments of his Bengali countrymen.” The Brittanica also states that Lord Chaitanya propagated “the community celebration [sankirtana] of Krishna as the most powerful means of bringing about the proper bhakti attitude.” From the historical records about Lord Chaitanya, we certainly see a picture of a God-conscious saint who appeared in India during the sixteenth century. But we have to seek further—into the devotional Vedic literature—to understand the full, spiritual significance of Lord Chaitanya and the bhakti movement that He inaugurated. We should consult the biographies of Lord Chaitanya, especially the Chaitanya-bhagavata, by Vrindavana dasa Thakura, and the Chaitanya-charitamrita, by Krishnadasa Kaviraja. Both of these works were compiled in the sixteenth century and are filled with first-hand accounts of Lord Chaitanya’s acts and teachings. They also give us an accurate picture of the social and religious setting in which Lord Chaitanya lived. The Chaitanya-charitamrita is especially valuable, because the author quotes extensively from the Sanskrit Vedic scriptures to authoritatively and logically establish the divinity of Lord Chaitanya. One of the opening verses of Chaitanya-charitamrita boldly asserts that Lord Chaitanya is none other than the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Krishna Himself: What the Upanishads describe as the impersonal Brahman is but the effulgence of His body, and the Lord known as the Supersoul (Paramatma) is but His localized plenary portion. He is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Krishna Himself, full with six opulences [wealth, fame, strength, beauty, knowledge, and renunciation]. He is the Absolute Truth, and no other truth is greater than or equal to Him. www.krishna.com/who-lord-chaitanya

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17. 08 Govindam

08 Govindam

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18. Jaya Radha - Madhava

Jaya Radha - Madhava

LYRICS: (1) jaya rādhā-mādhava kuñja-bihārī gopī-jana-vallabha giri-vara-dhārī (2) yaśodā-nandana braja-jana-rañjana yāmuna-tīra-vana-cārī TRANSLATION 1) Krsna is the lover of Radha. He displays many amorous pastimes in the groves of Vrndavana, He is the lover of the cowherd maidens of Vraja, and the holder of the great hill named Govardhana. 2) He is the beloved son of mother Yasoda, the delighter of the inhabitants of Vraja, and He wanders in the forests along the banks of the River Yamuna! REMARKS/ EXTRA INFORMATION: Srila Prabhupada was very fond of this sort and sang it just before his lectures. In Allahabad and Gorakhpur Srila Prabhupada fell into a trance after singing the first two lines, and after some time he came back into external consciousness and said, "Now just chant Hare Krsna." Srila Prabhupada said that this song is "a picture of Vrndavana. Everything is there--Srimati Radharani, Vrndavana, Govardhana, Yasoda, and all the cowherd boys." This song is heard in Raga Kafi, Raga Misra Pilu, and Raga Darbari Kanhada. PURPORTS: http://kksongs.org/songs/j/jayaradhamadhava.html

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19. Russia S Rasikanam Leaves As He Lived -- In Kirtan

Russia S Rasikanam Leaves As He Lived -- In Kirtan

Russia S Rasikanam Leaves As He Lived -- In Kirtan http://iskconnews.org/russias-rasikanam-leaves-as-he-lived-in-kirtan,4913/#gsc.tab=0

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20. GOVINDAM ADI PURUSHAM TAM AHAM BHAJAMI 108

GOVINDAM ADI PURUSHAM TAM AHAM BHAJAMI 108

govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi purusham tam aham bhajami venum kvanantaravinda-dalayataksham barhavatamsam asitam buda-sundarangam kandarpa-kothi-kamaniya -vis’esha s’obham govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami angani yasya sakalendriya-vrittimanti pasyanti panti kalayanti ciram jaganti ananda-cin-maya-saduj-jvala-vigrahasya govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami govindam adi-purusham tam aham bhajami Govinda adi Purusham(Krishna, the Original Personality of Godhead) Versions: #1#2 Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Playing the flute, as blooming lotuses His eyes, A peacock's feather on top, His fine form like blue clouds, of Millions of Cupids His charm, His unique so lovely, Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Whose limbs whose organs, possess all the functions, see, maintain, manifest for ever the universes. Blissfull true, full of meaning, His form dazzling, Govinda the Original Person I do worship. Govinda the Original Person I do worship Govinda the Original Person I do worship Taken from http://lyricstranslate.com/en/govinda-adi-purusham-govinda-adi-purushamkrishna-original-personality-godhead.html#ixzz3gV7u3SfF (Text from Brahmâ Samhithâ ) Taken from http://lyricstranslate.com/en/radha-krishna-temple-govinda-adi-purusham-lyrics.html#ixzz3gV7m64WA

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