He Pours the Nectar of His Lips Through the Holes of His Flute

 

Krishna enters the forest

Syamasundara Sri Krishna enters the forest of Vrinda-devi, accompanied by His shepherd friends.

His head is decorated with a peacock feather; He wears yellow karnikara flowers behind his ears, and wears a dazzling golden yellow garment on His body.

A fragrant Vaijayanti wreath made of five types of flowers surrounds the neck and extends to the knees.

He is beautifully dressed as an expert dancer who enters the stage.

He pours the nectar of His lips through the holes of His flute, and the young shepherd children follow Him singing His glories.

Sri Krishna has made the land of Vrindavana even more fascinating than Vaikuntha, because it is embellished with the imprints of His lotus feet, which are marked by the shell, the disk, and other symbols.

 

barhapidam nata-vara-vapuh

karnayoh karnikaram

(Srimad Bhagavatam 10.21.5)

“Bhagavan Vrajendra-Nandana Sri Krishna and His transcendental home Sri Vrindavana-Dhama are my objects of worship.

 

The most excellent method of worshiping Krishna is that adopted by the gopis, the young girls of Vraja. Bhagavatam is proof of this. It is immaculate and most authoritative writing, and Krishna-prema is the fifth and highest purpose of human life – beyond religiosity, economic development, sense gratification and impersonal liberation. This is Mahaprabhu’s opinion. We have a supreme regard for this conclusion. We have no inclination or interest in anything other than this. “

aradhyo bhagavan vrajesa-

tanayas tad-dhama Vrindavanam

(Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura, Chaitanya Manjusa)

 

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