Sri Suka-sari-stava

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Sri Suka-sari-stava by Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami provides us with a detailed and poetic meditation upon the limbs of the transcendental body of Lord Krsna.

In this short work, the meditation upon the limbs of Lord Krsna’s transcendental body are spoken by Manjuvak and Kalokti, the pet male and female parrots of Vrnda-devi. In Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Madhya-lila, Seventeenth Chapter, there is a description of a male and female parrot glorifying Lord Krsna for the pleasure of Lord Caitanya as He traveled through the Jharikhanda forest on His way to Vrndavana, along with a brahmana named Balabhadra Bhattacarya:

“When a male and female parrot appeared on the branches of a tree, the Lord saw them and wanted to hear them speak. Both parrots flew onto the hand of the Lord and began to chant the transcendental qualities of Krsna, and the Lord listened to them.”

As would be expected, Kusakratha dasa has done a wonderful and very poetic translation of this short yet exquisite book, which will certainly provide great pleasure to all those devotees who read it.

Includes also the Sri Krsnastaka and the Sri Radhikastaka. Transliterated text, word-to-word meaning and translation.

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Sri Suka-sari-stava by Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami provides us with a detailed and poetic meditation upon the limbs of the transcendental body of Lord Krsna.

In this short work, the meditation upon the limbs of Lord Krsna’s transcendental body are spoken by Manjuvak and Kalokti, the pet male and female parrots of Vrnda-devi. In Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Madhya-lila, Seventeenth Chapter, there is a description of a male and female parrot glorifying Lord Krsna for the pleasure of Lord Caitanya as He traveled through the Jharikhanda forest on His way to Vrndavana, along with a brahmana named Balabhadra Bhattacarya:

“When a male and female parrot appeared on the branches of a tree, the Lord saw them and wanted to hear them speak. Both parrots flew onto the hand of the Lord and began to chant the transcendental qualities of Krsna, and the Lord listened to them.”

As would be expected, Kusakratha dasa has done a wonderful and very poetic translation of this short yet exquisite book, which will certainly provide great pleasure to all those devotees who read it.

Includes also the Sri Krsnastaka and the Sri Radhikastaka. Transliterated text, word-to-word meaning and translation.

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