"The undisputed established principle of the Vedas, the six Darshanas, the Puranas and so on, is that the ultimate aim of every living being is the attainment of bliss, which to fulfil, one must be infinite and eternal. Such infinite bliss is Shri Krishna alone, the Supreme Lord and crest jewel of rasik saints ..." Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji
The extraordinary divine activities of Shri Radha Krishna depicted in these 1008 devotional songs, written by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj, are in accordance with spiritual laws in the Vedas, Puranas, Upanishads, and other scriptures, as well as the writings of rasik saints. The divine plays that took place during the descension of Shri Krishna 5000 years ago form their basis. The poetry is powerfully evocative, full of love, devotion, and humility. The visual descriptiveness of the writing captivates the mind. Meditation becomes more free-flowing, rupadhyana more dynamic and the term spirituality takes on a whole new meaning.
The spiritual principle of the Vedas is that our constant pursuit of happiness in the world is actually a misdirected search for divine happiness, divine bliss. This infinite, everlasting, and eternal happiness is God Himself, Shri Krishna. Yet, Shri Krishna, whose nature is happiness and who is the very embodiment of happiness is under the control of His own divine love, prem. These bhakti songs have therefore been written from the perspective of attaining the cherished goal of divine love.
|Theme||Classics, Philosophy / Tattvagyan, Devotional Songs & Bhajans|
|Author||Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj|
|Publisher||Radha Govind Samiti|
|Number of pages||486|
|Dimension||9cm X 13cm X 2.5cm|