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Spellbound by the enticing divine beauty of Kishori Ji's lotus-like face, Shri Krishna falls into an ecstatic trance. Her beautiful face is like a blooming flower of bliss and joy. The radiance of Her face and earrings join to take the form of the moon and the sun ...

No one in modern times has revealed so much about the matchless beauty and tender-loving nature of Shri Radha than Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj. These 13 bhakti songs of Shri Radha Trayodashi written in Braj bhasha with their meaning in Hindi describe Vrishabhanunandini Raseshwari Radharani's beautiful form in the most pleasing and unique way. In every poetic verse, the sweetness of the sweetest love freely flows, thrilling the heart of a sincere devotee with love and happiness.

Kripaluji takes the aid of worldly examples such as the colour of molten gold, the brightness of a flash of lightning and the radiance of a rainbow to give readers some idea of Her heart-stealing beauty. Similarly, in the most wonderful way, he describes Her causelessly merciful nature, Her intoxicating fragrance, Her astonishing smile and Her blissful sidelong glances that all cast a spell over the Lord of Love Himself, Shri Krishna. The beautiful form of Shri Radha is the ultimate helper in meditation, and so the path of bhakti is invaluable for every seeker of God's love and everlasting happiness.

Shri Radha Trayodashi - Hindi
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Shri Radha Trayodashi

Shri Radha Trayodashi

Special poetry for rupdhyan of Shri Radha Rani
Language - Hindi

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Features
  • Hindi bhajans with meanings describing the divine beauty of Shri Radha and Her extraordinary qualities.
  • Explanations to help with roopdhyan.
  • Vivid poetic descriptions of Radha's beauty, ornaments and embellishments.
  • Pictures of Radha and photographs of Kripalu Ji Maharaj.
  • A brief introduction to Kripaluji and his literary works.
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Spellbound by the enticing divine beauty of Kishori Ji's lotus-like face, Shri Krishna falls into an ecstatic trance. Her beautiful face is like a blooming flower of bliss and joy. The radiance of Her face and earrings join to take the form of the moon and the sun ...

No one in modern times has revealed so much about the matchless beauty and tender-loving nature of Shri Radha than Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj. These 13 bhakti songs of Shri Radha Trayodashi written in Braj bhasha with their meaning in Hindi describe Vrishabhanunandini Raseshwari Radharani's beautiful form in the most pleasing and unique way. In every poetic verse, the sweetness of the sweetest love freely flows, thrilling the heart of a sincere devotee with love and happiness.

Kripaluji takes the aid of worldly examples such as the colour of molten gold, the brightness of a flash of lightning and the radiance of a rainbow to give readers some idea of Her heart-stealing beauty. Similarly, in the most wonderful way, he describes Her causelessly merciful nature, Her intoxicating fragrance, Her astonishing smile and Her blissful sidelong glances that all cast a spell over the Lord of Love Himself, Shri Krishna. The beautiful form of Shri Radha is the ultimate helper in meditation, and so the path of bhakti is invaluable for every seeker of God's love and everlasting happiness.

Specifications

LanguageHindi
GenreSankirtan
ThemeClassics, Devotional Songs & Bhajans, Philosophy / Tattvagyan, Roopdhyan, Short & Quick Reads
FormatPaperback
ClassificationPrincipal Composition
AuthorJagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj
PublisherRadha Govind Samiti
Number of pages32
Weight (gm)95
Dimension22cm X 14.5cm X 0.3cm

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