Veda Vyasa Eka Slokam Bhagavatham-Know Your Krishna In 4 Lines-Prana Kishore

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Prana Kishore after releasing devotional songs on Gods is now focusing on the Divine Gurus and writers Who gifted the great Epics and Scriptures to us and the world.Sri Veda Vyasa is one whom we  all must be indebted to in all our births. One who teaches is called The Guru.

Mahabharata is the greatest ancient war and Krishna helped win the war fighting for truth Dharma where 1.9 Million people died with just 9 survivors. Bhagavad Gita came from it which is discourse of Krishna to Arjuna and Gita became our Manual  on  How to live Our life.

We got all this but we did not know about Krishna

We have come to remind you that you are part and parcel of the Supreme Lord Krishna, but you have forgotten him. He can create millions and millions of universes in a moment, and at the same time, in a second, He can demolish them all and again create them all. He is very beautiful, sweet and very merciful.

But Still You have forgotten HIM

These 4 lines Eka Slokam Bhagavatham will help you remember Lord Krishna for ever

Sri Veda Vyasa Jayanthi- 8th July 2017

8th July 2017 2017 is Guru Purnima or Vysa Pournami is Sri Veda Vyasa Birthday or Jayanthi

Eka Slokam Bhagavatham is for you to know all about Sri Krishna’s story in just 4 lines.

We all can write stories for pages and pages but when someone asks you tell me about Sri Krishna we get stuck and don’t know where to start and how to start telling about him.

These 4 lines in Sanskrit will help you to learn and teach others about Sri Krishna’s story in just 4 lines.

Prana Kishore specializes in composing the 2-4 lines mantras into a beautiful melodies song to make it easy for you to learn like a song and tell like a story since we all remember songs from our child hood

Prana Kishore also makes it easy for you to learn complex Sanskrit words and pronounce them well

Why did Sri Veda Vyasa Get Depressed and Sad after writing Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita?

Sri Veda Vyasa Wrote MahaBharata,Bhagavad Gita, Vedas and many Puranas, but still he was not happy. Then his Guru, Narada Muni, came and asked him, “Why do you look so worried? You know and have written everything, but still you are unhappy.

Sri Veda Vyasa replied, “O Gurudeva, I don’t know. Please tell me why I am unhappy.”

Narada said, “You have given preference to dharma, artha, kama, moksa (material religion, economic development, sense enjoyment in this world and in heaven, and liberation) but you have not written about the sweet pastimes of Lord Krishna. You have not written that Krishna, the Supreme Lord, can come in the form of a very beautiful son. You have not written that He goes door to door to the houses of all the gopis, stealing their butter,not their butter, but their hearts We cannot be worried about attaining Him, because we don’t realize our situation. We cannot go to Him, but He Himself descends. He realizes,They are all My children; they are My parts and parcels. We cannot earnestly call Him, but He calls us by His flute: Come on! Come on; all! Dance with Me, sing with Me, and be happy! This is Rasa. Have you written all these truths in the Mahabharata, Bhagavad-gita or the Puranas?”

Vyasadeva replied, “No I don’t know about all these truths”

Narada continued, “How He serves His father and mother, Nanda Baba, and Yasoda. How, even though He is the Supreme Lord, He is controlled by them and He forgets that I am the Supreme Lord. His mother chastises Him and says,I will not let You come on my lap. You should stay far away from me!’ To whom is she saying this? To the Supreme Lord.

Do you know about the sakhas (cowherd boys) like Subala and Sridama? They defeat that Supreme Lord and order Him,You should be my horse!’ Krishna then becomes like a horse, and they get up on His shoulders and call out,You should go, go run away! And sometimes, when a sakha’s mother has given him a sweet preparation, he takes it from his mouth and places it in Krishna’s mouth. How wonderful this is! Have you written all these facts?

Vyasadeva replied, Never.

Narada then said, “Have you written that Krishna says,O Gopis, I will not be able to repay you in thousands or millions of years. Please be merciful to Me.’ The Supreme Lord is saying, ‘I cannot repay your love and affection. You left everything for Me position, dharma, chastity, and fear from superiors.Krishna cannot give up His father or mother. He cannot give up His queens in Dvaraka He cannot give up Arjuna or Bhima. He cannot even give up those in this world who are chanting His names and have taken His shelter. He cannot even give up one sadhaka- bhakta. But the gopis gave everything from top to bottom for Him, and therefore He tells them, ‘I cannot repay you.’

“Have you written this?”

“No.”

“Than what you have written? Nothing. And that is why you are not happy.”

“How can I write these pastimes?”

“Be in trance, and by my mercy, in your trance, in your meditation, you will see these pastimes. Be surrendered and take help from bhakti-yoga.

Bhakti-yoga means surrender. Vyasadeva thus surrendered, he saw Krishna’s pastimes in trance from birth through all the sweet pastimes of Dvaraka, and he especially saw the sweet pastimes in Goloka Vrindavana and Vraja. Therefore, Srimad Bhagavatam is called Samadhi-Darsana (that which Vyasadeva saw in his trance).

We can know from Srimad Bhagavatam that Krishna is not our goal; krishna-prema is our goal. And you should know the reservoir of that prema the gopis. Among the gopis, Chandravali and Radhika are prominent, and among them Radhika is the most prominent. She is the complete reservoir of that love and affection.

Our aim and object is to obtain that love and affection for Krishna, and therefore prema is prayojana. Prayojana means the ultimate goal of our bhajana – our goal of life. If you can obtain even a glimpse or minute part of that endless ocean of love and affection, the whole universe will be able to drown there. You will be happy, Krishna will be happy, and thus your life will be successful. There is no other way to be happy.

This is the main reason why Sri Veda Vyasa wrote Bhagavatham which is all about the Lord Sri Krishna and his stories which the world must know.

Vyeda Vyasa Eka Slokam Bhagavatham-Know Your Sri Krishna In 4 Lines

Aadhau Devakidevi-Garba-Jananam Gopi Grihe Vardhanam  -Hare Krishna

Maaya-Putana-Jeeva-Taapa Haranam Govardhanodhaaranam –  Hare Krishna

Kamsachchedana-kauravaadi-Hananam Kuntisutaa-Paalanam – Hare Krishna

Etat-Bhagavatam Purana-Kadhitam SriKrishna-Leelamritam – Hare Krishna

Meaning

Born to queen Devaki, he grew up in the house of  Gopis.He killed the Poothana demon with supernatural powers, Lifted the Govardhana mountain.He Beheaded his uncle Kamsa, Helped in killing the Kouravas, And looked after the children of Kunthi. This is in short,the ancient story of Bhagavatham from Puranas,which describes the Lord Sri Krishna and his playful and memorable sweet stories

Prana Kishore sings in Main Voice and also in three chorus voices 

 

Prana Kishore dedicated on all our behalf Eka Slokam Bhagavatham to

Sri Veda Vyasa on his Jayanthi (birthday) Jayanthi on  8th July 2017 to Thank him for all his hard work and efforts which is making the World’s First and Ancient Religion Hinduism to be Alive even today (after 6000 years) and become Eternal forever for our Next Generations.

Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu

This song is FREE and please do your duty in spreading this song to your family and friends so that they too can know about Sri Veda Vyasa,Bhagavatham and Your Sri Krishna in Just 4 Lines

Prana Kishore

NextGen Music Director

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