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~)mhip\B&J jyir[ ~)md` gi[k&l pFiyi< Ryir[ ~ivN s&d #i)j[ qk&riN) GiT[ (brijyi an[ dimi[drdisJn[ p&Cy&> k[ ah)> gi[(v>dGiT kyi[ an[ qk&riN) Fit kyi[ ? a[Tlimi> Ryi> sixit ~) ym&niJa[ p\gT YEn[ kH&> k[ ai gi[(v>dGiT an[ aipn) d(cN trf qk&riN) GiT C[. Ryir[ ~) aiciy<Ja[ kH&> k[ dmli ! h&> Yi[D)vir uBi[ rHi[ t[ ~) ym&niJY) shn n Yy&> a[Tl[ aip sixit p\gT YE gi[(v>dGiT an[ qk&tiN) GiT pi[t[ btiyi[. ~) ym&niJ a[vi> prm udir C[.


p\Ym Birtyi#ii dr(myin s>vt 1549 n) ~ivN s&d 3 ni (dvs[ ~) mhip\B&J gi[k&l pFiyi< qk&riN) GiT[ (brijyi ? ~)md` gi[k&lmi> qk&riN) FiT C[, Ry>i ~) Avi(mn>)Jn>) hd rivlY) qk&riN) FiT s&F)n>) C[ an[ mhivnY) gi[(v>dFiT s&i) ~) qik&rJn) hd C[. an[ Ryi> Ci[kr n& {KiKrin>} vZx C[ t[ b\ $p[ C[.
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~) vB[[ t[bi a>tr>g s[vk ~) dimi[dr disJn[ p&C`y&> k[,ah)> gi[(v>dFiT kyi[ an[ qk&riN)FiT ky[i? Ryir[ ad`B&t FTni bn).....

~) ym&nijLni uCLti tr>gi[mi>Y),a[k Pi[DS) s&>dr) p\kT Yyi>. m[Fyim vN<ni, ad`B*t $5 an[ t[jn) y&kt l)liiri tr)Ntnyi yimi p)L) c&>dD)n*> s*Yn, lil-l)l) c&>dD)n) kiCn), p)L) c&>dD)ni pTki, h)ri-miN[k j*Dt m&k&T, mkrikZ(T k&<DLi[, h&<Dmi> h)ri-miN[k-pini hir, m&K pr mF&rti, hi[q 5r hiAy an[ nyni[mi> n[h Br),sixit ~) ym&niJ p\kT Yyi. aivi> rmN)y $5ri(Sni> dS<nY) dimi[drdisJ ai(d (v(Amt Biv[ hrKiyi, a5lk n[#i[, nyni(Brim yimin[ n)rK) rHi. ~) ym&niJni 5gl[ 5gl[ g&libi[ kmL p\kT Yen[ bpY bnivti hti. ~) ym&niJ p5Y[ 5g Frti> tdn nJk 5Fiyi<. kH&> k[ ai gi[(v>dGiT an[ aipn) d(cN trf qk&riN) GiT C[. ~) mhip\B&Jni a>g a>gmi> ain>dsigr UmTyi[. ri[m[ri[mmi> ~) (g(rvrFrN zLkyi. yim s&KFim yims&>dr)n[ b[ hAtn) a>j(lY) nmn ky&<>. Hdyn) BivB*(m ai>d[i(lt Ye uY), a[ (dy A5>dni[ mi> Y) F)r g>(Br pZv) C>D p\kT`yi[.. aniyis[ a5lk n[#i[ n)rKti> At&(tgin sr) pDy&>;

nmi(m ym&nimh>.....
~) ym&niOTkni (P ~) mhip\B&J C[. C>d pZv) C[, d[vti ~) ym&niJ C[. b)j rsiRmk p\B& C[ an[
t[ni[ (v(nyi[g BIktmi> aivti p\(tb>Fi[ d*r kr), p\B& p\i( miT[ C[. 5iqn) (s( tn&nvRvn) p\i( C[.

kZON nimn>) j[m ym&ni nim 5N t[mni $5,g&N an[ l)lin[ p\kT krniri C[. ym&ni Sd b[ Sdi[ni[ bn[li[ C[. ym+uni. ym a[Tl[ ymd[v. uni a[Tl[ ai[C&> aYvi y*n. ah)> y*n Sd nini ni aY<mi> C[.
ymd[vY) vymi> nini n[ ym&ni.

ym&ni Sdni[ b)[ aY< t[mni g&N an[ l)li s*cv[ C[. s>AkZtmi> ym Fit&ni[ aY< C[ m[Lv) ai5v&>
nJk lE jv&> ~) ym&niJ Bgvd)y Jvi[n[ p\B&n>) nJk le je, p\B&n[ m[Lv) aip[ C[.

~) ym&niJni 1} jL-Av$p[, 2} (c#i-Av$p[ k[ m*(t< Av$p[ dS<n Yiy C[ t[ ~) ym&niJn& ai(FBi](tk
Av$p C[.
~) ym&niJ jL-Av$p[ v\j m>DLmi> si]n[ dS<n ai5ti> (brij[yi> C[. ~) ym&niJn& 5y5in krviY) d&OT
Jvn[ 5N ymyitni Bi[gvv) 5Dt) nY). n t& ymyitni B(vt t[ py: pint: ai ~) ym&niJn&> ali](kk simy< C[, SIkt C[. ~) ym&niJn* aiv& t)Y< Av$5 j[ jl-Av$5n) B)tr (brij[ C[ t[ t[mn& aiyiIRmk Av$p C[.

~) ym&niJn&> j[ Av$5 ~) Avi(mn>) Av$5, ~) mhiriN) Av$5, si[L vP<ni nvyi]vni Av$p[
(nRyl)limi> sdi (vrijmin Av$5, j[ Av$p[ 5[itini jl-Av$5n>) B)tr 5N hm[Si> (brij[ C[ an[ j[mni 5r kZ5i kr[, t[mn[ ai ai(Fd](vk Av$p[ dS<n aip[ C[.

~) p\B&a[ 5i[tini j dymi>Y) 5i[tini )Bivn&> Av$5 p\kT ky&<>, t[ ~) ri(FkiJ. di[vp&p\in a[k ~) p\B&a[ 5i[tini j Hdymi>Y) 5i[tini )Bivn& b)j& Av$5 p\kT ky&<> t[ ~) ym&niJ. ~) ym&niJn[ aiXi kr): h[ ym&n[, h&> gi[li[k Fim p\kT k$> C&>. t[mi> (g(rgi[vF<nni tL[T)mi> tm[ Wv)B*t Av$p[ sdi (bri[. ai5ni tTp\d[S 5r h&> l)li-(vhir kr)S.

~) ym&niJni (5ti s&y< niriyN. s>Xid[v) a[mni> miti. ymrij Fm<d[v a[mni mi[TiBie. sixit` p*N<p&$Pi[_im a[mni Avim).

ali](kk Bin&s&ti Av$p[ ~) ym&niJn&>& p\ikT`y c]#i s&d 6 n[ g&$vir[ Yy&>. aij[ 5N t[ (dvs[ ai5N[ ~) ym&niJni[ uRsv mniv)a[ C)a[.

~) ym&niJ v\jl)limi> Bgvinni> ct&Y< (p\yi C[. v\jmi> cir Avi(mn)ai[ C[. {1}m&yi Avi(mn). ~) ri(FkiJ. {2} svi<RmBivviLi ~Z(t$5i ~) c>Wivl)J-ayp*vi< {3} (P $pi k&mi(rkiai[ - anyp*vi<, j[mN[ kiRyiyn) v\t ky&<>> ht&. {4} ~) ym&niJ-(ng&<N.

Bktni[ Bgvinmi> an[ Bgvinni[ Bktmi> An[h vFirnir ~) ym&niJn>) At&(t ~) mhip\B&Ja[ k[v) (dy r)t[ kr) t[ni[ rsiAvid miNvi miT[ an[k si(hRy u5li C[. ah)> ai viN)n&>& s>(xtmi> vN<n C[...

~)mdiciy<crN ~) mhip\\B&J n[i ai si]Y) p\Ym g>\Y C[. p\Ym viN)Av$5 ~) ym&niOTkm` C[. ~) mhip\\B&J p\B&ni m&Kir(v>d Av$p[ C[ aiY) ai5n) viN) v[d smin C[, ali](kk viN) C[. j[ viN)ni AmrN, k)t<n an[ ~vN oiri ~) mhip\B&J dymi> (vrij[ t[ Av$5iRmk viN) C[. ~) mhip\B&Jn) (dy viN) Av$5iRmk C[. ~) ym&niJ tYi ~) mhip\B&Jn&> Av$5 aY<(c>tn krti 5iq kr)a[ ti[ p\kT Yiy. ain[ ai(Fd](vk Av$5 kh[vimi> aiv[ C[. tviOTk(md> m&di pq(t s*rs&t[sdi h[ s*rs&t[, h[ s*y<p&#i, ~) ym&niJ ali](kk s*y<mi>Y) p\kT Yiy C[ t[Y) t[ai[ 5N s*y<niriyN j[vi> C[. sv<smY<, kZ5iS(kt Av$5i, Bkt vRsli, ~) ym&niJni ai At[i#ini[ j[ sdi an[ m&di {ain>dp*v<k} 5iq kr C[ t[n[ n)c[ni> al]i(kk fLi[ ~) ym&niJ aip[ C[.

1. smAt d&(rt xy[i - sv< pip niS Yiy C[.
2. Bv(t v] m&k&d[ r(t: - Bgvinmi> B(kt Yiy C[.
3. tyi skl (sy[i - skl(s( mL[ C[.
4. m&r(rp& s>t&Oy(t - p\B& p\s Yiy C[.
5. AvBiv (vjy[i Bv[t - AvBiv pr (vjy mL[ C[.

Jv AvBiv[ d&OT C[. Jvmi> shj, d[Sj, kilj, s>yi[gj an[ A5S<j d[iP[i Simi> btiyi C[. ai bii di[Pi[. tYi ki(yk, vi(ck at[ min(sk #iN[ p\kirni Bgvd` (vm&Kti $5) 5i5ni[ ai 5iq krviY) niS Yiy C[.
{1} ai 5iq krviY) p\B&mi> sv<ti[(Fk s&WQ An[h an[ B(kt p\i Yiy C[.
{2} t[n[ sv[< ali](kk (s( p\i Yiy C[. tn&nvRv, Bgvd` l)lini> dS<n, l)lirsni[ an&Bv tYi svi<RmBiv, ai sv< ali[(kk (s(ai[ C[.
{3} ali](kk (s( an[ B(kt p\i krnir Jv 5r ~) p\B& p\s Yiy C[.
{4} ai Ati[#ini 5iqY) Jv 5i[tini AvBiv pr (vjy m[Lv[ C[. b(hm&<Kti Jvni[ m&y d[iP C[. aivi Jvn[ ai Ati[#ini 5iriyNY) d)ntiviLi[ bniv) Bgvdsm&K kr[ C[. Jv Bgvd`s&KiY[< (v(vF mni[rYi[mi> tR5r Yiy C[. Jvni[ kimBiv$5) l]i(kk AvBiv bdliEn[ svi<RmBivvil[i al[i(kk bn[ C[.
{5} vd(t vB: ~) hr[: -~) Avi(mn)a[i s(ht ~) p\B&n[ (p\y an[ Avk)y a[vi[ h&> vB ai vit kh&> C&>. a[ j mi[Timi> mi[T&> p\miN C[.~) mhip\B&J ~) kZONiAym` a[Tl[ ~) qiki[rJn&> m&Kir(vd C[ miT[ a[mn>) vit p\mi(Nt j hi[y.

~) vB vcnmi> j[n[ (nOqi C[ t[ Bgvd)y sdi-m&di (nRy ain>dp*v<k ~) ym&niOTkni[ 5iq kr[ t[n[ ris rs sigr) ~) ym&niJn) kZ5i p\i Yiy C[. ~) ym&niJ s(ht ~) h(r p[itini Bivn&> din kr[ C[.

SHREE YAMUNASHTAKAM

In V.S. 1549 (year 1493) at the age of 14 years, Shri Mahaprabhuji arrived in Gokul during his first global tour; he resided at thakurani Ghat \ Govind ghat on the bank of Yamuna river.  At this time he form Shri Yamunastakam which describes Shri Yamunaji’s divine description.

In Yamunastakam’s first eight shlok 's, Shri Mahaprabhuji describes Shri Yamunaji’s eight fold powers, its divine & wonderful idol and her divine qualities.  Shri Yamunaji is the daughter of divine Sun.  Her  purpose for coming to earth from heaven through Kalind mountain is to bless her devotees.  Her physical state as a river is also very attractive and charming.  She is so kind that even she blessed evil spirited people.  Shri Yamunaji blessed her devotees with eight fold powers.  If some evil person, drinks water from Yamuna river to quench thirst, she blessed that person also.  So, if we pray her with knowledge and understanding, we should not be surprised if she blessed us also.  One of the example from Shri Mahaprabhuju’s 84 Vaishnavas, is of Kishoribai.  Kishoribai was chanting only two lines from Yamunastakam with full faith.  Shri Yamunaji blessed Kishoribai with all divine fruits.

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Namami Yamuna Maham, Sakal Siddhi Hetum Muda,
Murari Padpankaj-Sfuradmand, Renoot-katam,
Tatasth Nav Kanan, Prakat Mod Pushpambunaa,
Suraa Sur suPoojitaha, Smara Pituh Shri yam-bibhrateem

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I (shri mahaprabhuji) bow (Namami) to  Shri Yamunaji with my full love and devotion.  She is capable of giving fulfillment of all the desires(Sakal Siddhi) of the devotee in enjoying God’s love. Shri Yamunaji is capable of giving all kind of achievements.  This first shlok describes the physical state of the river.  Its both banks are full of glittering sand which is believed to be as soft as lotus feet of Shri Murari Prabhu (Shri Krishna.)
Also, there are various kind of EVERGREEN gardens of the both banks of the river.  The river water is full of scent due to flowers of the garden.  Shri Yamunaji is also worshipped by two kinds(Suraa -Sur)of vraj devotees. 

nmi(m ym&ni mh> skl (sI h[t&> m&di
m&rir) pd p>kj Af*rd m>d r[N&RkTim
tTAY nvkinn p\kTmi[dp&Opi>b&ni
s&ris&rs&p*(jt: Amr(pt&: I~y>(bB\t)m` 1

 

 

Kalind Girimastake, Pata-d-mand Poorojjwalaa,
Vilas Gamanollasat, Prakatgand Shailonnata,
Sagosh
-gantidantura, Samadhiroodh Dolottama,
Mukund Rati Vardhinee, Jayati Padma Bandho Suta

In this shlok, Shri Mahaprabhuji describes that how Shri Yamunaji can bless her devotees to increase their love towards Shri Mukund Prabhu.  Also, Shri Mahaprabhuji describes the physical existence of Yamunaji as river.  It flows enthusiastically (With speed and splendour Poorojjwalaa, )from the top of Kalind mountain.  The water appears to be as milk because of the force and twirls.  It seems like Shri Yamunaji is very eager to go in Vraj and meet Shri Krishna.  It also gives impression as Shri Yamunaji is swinging  of (Dolottama) jhula.  Shri Yamunaji is a daughter of Sun ,who is the friend of lotus(Padma) .

k(l>d(gr) mAtk[ ptdm>d p*ri[vli
(vlis gmni[lst p\kTg>DS]li[nti
sGi[Pg(td>t&ri sm(F@Qdi[li[Rtmi
m&k&>dr(tv(F<n) jy(t pb>Fi[s&ti 2..

 

Bhuvam Bhuvan Pawaneem, Adhigatamane Kashwanaihi,
Priyabhiriv Sevatam, Shuka Mayur Hansadibhihi,
Tarang Bhuj Kankana, Prakat muktikavaluka,
Nitambtat Sundareem, Namat Krishna Turya Priyam.

Whenever Shri Yamunaji comes to earth from heaven, she blessed the Earth(Bhuvam Bhuvana Pawaneem).  All  birds like Parrot, Peacock, Hansas(Swans) serves Shri Yamunaji.  Shri Mahaprabhuji visualize glittering (sterling )sand as her bangle’s pearls (muktikavaluka)and waves of water as beautiful divine hands(Tarang Bhuj Kankana) of Shri Yamunaji.  From the birds eye view, Shri Yamunaji appears as beautiful with both the banks with glamourous sand and river full of water.  She is favorite fourth queen of Shri Krishna.  And Shri Mahaprabhuji asks us to bow to her(Namat Krishna Turya Priyam.) .

B&v>B&vnpivn) m(FgtimnikAvn]:
(p\yi(B(rv s[(vti> S&k my&r h>si(d(B:
tr>g B&j k>kN p\kTm&Itki vil&ki:
(nt>b tT s&>dr)m` nmt kZONt&y<(p\yim` 3

 

Anant Gunbhusite, Shiva Viranchi Devastute,
Ghanaghan Nibhe Sada, Dhruva Parasharaa Bhistade,
Vishuddha Mathura Tate, Sakal Gop-gopi Vrute,
Krupa Jaladhi Sanshrite, Mama Manha Sukham Bhavayah.

In this shlok, Shri Mahaprabhuji describes the prayer to Shri Yamuna Maharani.  O! Shri Yamunaji, you are having infinite divine qualities - countless virtues..  Even, Gods like Shiv, Brahama praises you.  You are capable of granting wishes to devotees like Dhruv and Parasher.  There are holy pilgrim places like "Mathura " on your banks.  You are always surrounded with gopi’s and gopijans and you are always protected by blessings of Shri Krishna.  O! Shri Yamunaji, I wish that you give me such a blessing that it gives peace and happiness to my mind. Chanting this shlok with pure and honest heart gives tremendous mental peace and eternal happiness.(Kishori bai was chanting only two lines Vishuddha Mathura Tate, Sakal Gopgopi Vrute, Krupa Jaladhi Sanshrite, Mama Manha Sukham Bhavayah. with full faith.  Shri Yamunaji blessed Kishoribai with all divine fruits.)

an>tg&N B*(Pt[ (Sv(vr>(c d[vAt&t[
GniGn (nB[sdi F\&v priSri (BOTd[
(vS&mY&ri tT[ skl gi[pgi[p) vZt[
kZpi jl(G s>(~t[ mm mn: s&K> Bivy 4

 

Yaya Charan Padmajaa, Muraripoho Priyam Bhavuka,
Samaagamanto Bhavet, Sakal Siddhida Sevatam,
Taya Sadrushtamiyat, Kamalja Spatnee Vayat,
Hari Priya Kalindaya, Mansi Me sada Stheeyatam. 

Shri Gangaji evolved from the lotus feet of Shri Bhagavan.  Shri Gangaji became holy and pious due to merging with Shri Yamunaji at Triveni Sangam .  Shri Yamunaji made Shri Gangaji capable of giving all achievements Sakal Siddhi to the serving devotees.  Only Shri Laxmiji is equal and comparable to Shri Yamunaji-but on a lesser degree..  I wish that this type of Shri Yamunaji, who can take all worries of her devotees and who is also favorite (Hari Priya) to Shri Krishna, come and stayput in my heart and soul forever.

yyi crN m&r(rpi[: (p\y> Biv&ki
smigmnti[ Bvt` skl(s(di s[vtim`
tyi sWSti(myit` kml spRn)vyt`
h(r(p\y k(l>dyi mn(sm[ sdi AY)ytim` 5

 

Namostu Yamune Sada, Tav Charitra Matyadbhutam,
Na Jaatu Yam Yatna, Bhavati Te Payaha Panat-ha,
Yamopi Bhaginee Sutan, Kathamuhanti Dushtanpi,
Priyobhavati Sevanaat, Tav Hareryatha Gopikaha.

O! Shri Yamunaji, I bow to you with my full body and heart.  Your divine character is very wonderful.  Just by drinking your water in Vraj, we do not have to worry about painful death.  Your devotees can become favorite to Shri Krishna just like gopijanas who became favorite by doing "Katyani Vrat."In winter (.GOPMAS)   Vrat means fasting.

nmi[At& ym&n[ sdi tv c(r#i mRydB&tm`
n t& ymyitni Bv(t t[ py: pint:
ymi[(p B(gn)s&tin kYm&h>(t d&OTin(p
(p\yi[ Bv(t s[vnit` tv hr[y<Yi gi[(pki: 6

 

Mamastu Tav Sannidhau, Tanu Navatva mEtavata,
Na Durlabhatama Rati, Muraripau Mukundpriye,
Atostu Tav Lalna, Surdhunee Param Sangamaat,
Tavaiv Bhuvi Keertita, Na Tu Kadapi Pushti Sthitaihi.

O! Shri Yamunaji, who is favorite of Shri Mukund Prabhu, I pray to you to give me divine bodyTanu Navatv which can be used in  divine Leela of LORD and also to serve you.  Only you are capable of doing so.  With such a divine body, I can serve Shri Mukund Prabhu very well.  Pushti Margiya vaishnavas -Divine souls (Jeevs) had never praised Shri Gangaji without your merging with Shri Gangaji.

mmiAt& tv sInFi] tn&nvRvm[tivti
n d&l<Btmi r(t: m&r(rpi] m&k&d(p\y[
ati[At& tv lilni s&rF&(n pr> s>gmit`
tv]v B&(v k)(t<ti n t& kdi(p p&IOT(AYt]: 7

 

Stutim Tava Karotikaha, Kamal Ja Sapatni Priye,
Harer Yadanu Sevaya, Bhavati Saukhya Mamoxataha,
Iyam Tav Kathadhika, Sakal Gopika Sangam
Smar,
Shram jaLunibhi, Sakalgatra Jaihi Sangamaha.

O! Shri Yamunaji, you are like Shri Laxmiji, who has good fortune. But no one is capable of praising you, because any one serving God first and then Shri Laxmiji gets all happiness after death also Mamoxataha,.  But the importance of Shri Yamunaji is the best.  Here Shri Maha Prabhuji explains the exaltation of soul just by bathing in the waters of shri yamunaji which becomes pious daily by the "Ras-Lila.of Lord with the vraj-bhakts"  By serving Shri Yamunaji we get blessing from her, which is helpful in exalting our soul and making pious.  As we wash our body from outside to make it look pretty, we need to have blessings in form of Shri Yamunaji’s river water to wash our soul and body from within.  Due to her blessings our mind and thoughts becomes favorable to serve Shri Krishna.

At&(t> tv kri[(t k: kmlspIRn (p\y[
hr[y<dn&s[vyi Bv(t si]ymimi[xt:
Ey> tv kYi(Fki sklgi[(pkis>gm-
Amr~mjliN&(B: sklgi#ij]: s>gm: 8

 

Tavashtak Midam Muda, Pathati Soorsootesada,
Samasta Duritak Shayo, Bhavati Vai Mukunde Ratihi,
Taya Sakal Siddhayo, Murari Puscha Santushyati,
Swabhav Vijayo Bhavet, Vadati Vallabh Shree Harehe.

 

O! Shri Yamunaji! Whoever always sings this eight hymns of Shri Yamunastak with happiness-joy and pleasure, will get following fruits.

1) Absolving one of all the worldly sins.
2) The love for the lord increases manifold.
3) All yours endeavours,worldly and spiritual,are completed succesfully.
4) You become a worthy recepient of God's grace-love.
5) You emerge victorious over your nature.

Sakal Siddhi ("ashta -eight "siddhis)
1)Body to worship God.
2)To watch God's action.
3)To feel God's action.
4)To get sarvatm Bhav siddhi.
5)To remain and have God's blessing even during difficult days.
6)To get divine sight (Darshan of lord).
7)To feel the pleasure of God's blessings (krupa).
8)To feel God's presence  in all situations.

tviOTk(md> m&di pq(t s*rs*t[ sdi
smAtd&(rtxyi[ Bv(t v] m&k&>d[ r(t:
tyi skl (syi[ m&r(rp&s>t&Oy(t
AvBiv (vjyi[ Bv[t` vd(t vlB: ~) hr[: 9

This is said by Swaminiji’s dear Shri Vallabhacharya. (Shri Mahaprabhuji)