aap ko bhi maine;
khoobsoort chinaaron me shaamil kar liya he.
kyonki darakht insaaniyat ka kabhi murjhata nahi;
sochke naam aapka un khoobsoort dayaaron me shamil kar liya he.
zindgi hasin Himalay ki vaadiyan;
iske parvaton mein bade dilkash mod hein.
unchi neechi raahein,chinaaron ke saye ghanere bade bejod hein.
khush hoon ki har mausam me ek khaas mahak he;
aate parinde chale jaaye pardesiyon ki tarah ek yahi kasak he.
dil to paagal hai manta hi nahi;
pyaar jise kare use bhoolta nahi.
naya koi aaye to aaye;
mehmaan he,mahboob sa rakhta nahi.
gunjati hein dil ki vaadiyon me;
jo sadaayein,aaj bhi jinda hein.
aap bhi chal diye,dua he khush rahe;
insaaniyat ke nazm ke aap saajinda hein.
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i feel too now n imazine;
i have taken rebirth only for u.
before many time,
Radha had come to u;
after dt meera falled in love of u.
now ,what m me,why n how;
after hearing ur flute’s voice,
my beloved !! i m crazy so.
forget d word,singing n dancing;
i feel,in my lonelyship u r wandering.
i m aghast in my hert as darkness;
surly u r as candle of my livelyness.
i m as motionless without u ,dear!
dt is u,with me forever,here n there.
25.8.2016 12.08 am
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One of the greatest saints of all times is Mirabai of Rajasthan, India of the sixteenth century. We are of course interested not in the personality as such but the spiritual message and its joy as she experienced it.
Gitananda has attempted to provide here some of Mirabai’s bhajans, an English translation, and a commentary for those who sincerely want to benefit from the message in a bhajan. The Gita itself is a Great Bhajan.The reader will note that translation of the original feelings and meanings is not possible, so we have done the best we can. We are not looking for scholarship but the bhajan’s substance and an immediate implementation of its teachings after grasping the meaning.
May our exposition of Mirabai’s Love be in the spirit of true Love, however minute. We thank her blessings with perfect humility as often as we can. If in our exposition of her Bhajans as Love songs we fail to bring out the entire Truth, this is but our human frailty. In our exposition of Mirabai’s bhajans, we need not use constant references to other incarnations, for Mirabai’s Love stands out on its own. It would be an injustice to her Love and Perfection, and it would also be a mere show of our vanity of knowledge or literary art. Subtle vanity is difficult to overcome. May she teach us to express Love in its simplest form, in an innocent child-like manner without seeking a name for ourselves. The reader will equally assume responsibility on her/his part and keep that in mind with perfect humility.
Akhand Var Ne Vari Hu – I Am Married To The Eternal Husband
Hari Vase Hari Na Janma – The Lord (Hari) Resides In The Heart Of His Devotees
Satsang No Ras Chakh – Enjoy The Company Of True Saints
Mukhda Ni Maya Lagi Re – Beloved Mohan (Shree Krishna)! I Am Enchanted By Your Beautiful Face
Ab To Mera Shyam Nam Dusara Na Koi – The Name Of Lord Krishna Is My Only Obligation
Harivar Mukyo Kem Jai? – How Can I Abandon My Beloved Hari?
Koi Kahe Tene Kaheva Dayiye – Let The Worldly People Criticize Our Devotion
Piya Itani Binati Suno Meri – Krishna, Darling! Please Listen To This Modest Request From Me!
Ghela Ame Bhale Thaya Re – Friend, It’s All Right To Be Crazy For God’s Love
Meera Ko Prabhu Sachi Dasi Banao – Lord, Make Mira Your True Servant
Varmala Thari Giridhar Ne – I Will Wear The Marriage Garland Offered By My Real Husband Giridhar
Ranaji, Hu To Giridhar Man Bhavi – Ranaji! Lord Giridhar Has Accepted Me As His Beloved
Meto Tare Sharan Pari Re – Lord! I Have Surrendered Myself To You
Aani Milyo Anuragi, Jogiyo – Lord Giridhar Krishna Has Come To Meet Me
Govinda Gao Man Govinda Gao – O Mind! Sing The Glory Of Lord Govinda
Bhaj Man Charan Kamal Avinashi – Mind! Worship The Holy Eternal Lord Krishna
Ghadi Eka Nahi Avade Tum Daras Bin – Lord, Without Seeing You, I Do Not Feel Happy Even For A Moment.
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Home Philosophy Love
“God is Love,” rather “Love is God.”
One who can see the fine difference between these two statements is the only true Lover of God. By nature, every one is after love, but only saints and God’s true servants have really experienced the awareness of Love. There are two kinds of love: spiritual and sensual. The worldly, as well as those who seek God, are all within the field of physical or sensual pleasures until they realize God.
Anytime an action or emotion partially or wholly involves anything that is in the realm of the ever changing Prakriti, such as bodies, organs, senses, pranas, the mind, intellect or ego, it is considered a physical or sensual pleasure. Such pleasures must keep changing and come to an end, which results in misery. In the devotional paths, a devotee ultimately becomes Love where duality exists no more. Radha is Krishna or Krishna is Radha, but these two identities cannot exist simultaneously. Such is the ultimate nature of Love. The aspirant who prefers to use the path of discrimination ultimately experiences self-realization where Love alone remains.
When we speak of Love, we are talking about the true ultimate Love that depends on no objects, persons, circumstances, time, place, events or reasons because all those must constantly change and come to an end. Such a finite love is no good for a person seeking Eternal Love, without which one will never find eternal peace. We, being sparks of that Love, cannot be pleased with anything less than that Supreme Love.
Love never bargains, trades or expects. Love never complains, never demands, and never hopes. Love never accepts anything less than Love, and therefore, never lowers itself to physical, mental or intellectual pleasures. Love cannot be measured, imagined, argued about or logically arrived at. Only full faith and complete surrender to the will of Love enables us to totally dissolve our ego and merge into this ocean of love.
As Brihadaranyakam Upanishad says, “Verily, it is not for the sake of the body of a wife that a wife is dear, but for the sake of the Love or Self (Atman) in her that the wife is dear.” This statement also applies to husband, sons, wealth, name and fame, gods, creatures and all creation. To experience true Love is the goal of all of the Yogas presented in the Gita. Below we meditate on Love further. This introduction to Love prepares us for the beautiful experience that awaits all of us only if we will listen, practice, meditate and absolve ourselves as directed by Mother Gita.
What Is Love?
Where Is Love? How Do You Know That There Is Love?
Self-Love Vs. self-Indulgence
Love Isn’t Found In Rituals
Love In Solitude
What Is Bhakti? What Is Love Of God?
The True Lover Of God
Proof Of A True Lover Of God
Love of God
God Alone Is To Be Loved
Of The Love Of Jesus Above All Things
The Weaning From The Idolatry Of self-Love
Green Wood For The Burning Before Acquiring Love Of God
Uneasiness, Foolish Fears And Depression Due To Lack Of Love Of God
Various Difficulties In Loving God
Love is Sweet
Of the Marvelous Effect Of The Love Of God.