Sri Gopala Vimsati must have been very dear to Swami Desikan as indicated by his inclusion of the twelfth verse of this stotram in his esoteric. Stream Sri Gopala Vimsathi by Lakshmi Narayanan Narasimhan from desktop or your mobile device. Gopala Vimsathi – Learners Series. -vimsathi-learners-series/ Gopala Vimsathi consists of 21 slokas on Krishna.
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May this enchanting youth Gopala protect me always! He who reads this poem written, By the poet Venkatesa  with no one, Else appearing in his mind, Would go near the God who likes, The holy flute, who is the God, Who is the darling of all gopis.
It could be Radha also but Radha is rarely mentioned in the work of disciples of Ramanuja.
I offer my worship to that blessed child, who freed the sons of Kubera from their existence as twin trees. Retrieved from ” http: Inside that yantra is yet another yantra in the shape of a triangle.
The beauty of Venugopala and His world-enchanting flute music has been celebrated by Srimad Bhagavatham and Periyazhwaar in particular Periya Tirumozhi: This is a blessing that Swami Desikan earned as a result of his meditation on Rajagopalan. To vimsathk lotus faces of lovelorn gopis, Who are infatuated by his face, Shining because of the peacock feather, Worn by him in his head.
He stood still pretending that he did not know what to do next.
Even after they were released from their state as trees, the sons of Kubera did not want to get back to their home, since they wanted to enjoy some more of His Bala Leelas. Salutations to him, who wanders in Vrundavana, Who is the darling of the Gopis there, Who was born on the day of the Sri Jayanthi, And who wears the garland called Vaijayanthi.
The followers of the former consider Sri Vedanta Desika as their Acharya teacher.
He took in his hands the water pump used in those sports. The flute that rests on His red lips during the time of His playing appears to be deeply eager vimmsathi taste the sweetness of his mouth. The shock of the collision with the mortar broke the twin trees and the the sons of Kubera, who stood as the trees in the garden of the Lord, got released from their curse and regained their original bodies.
Vimsatyi plays on his flute and creates delightful music and casts his most merciful glances on the Gopis.
Gopalan gkpala his mother in her efforts to save the butter and won the game. As he was enjoying himself, his mother arrived suddenly suspecting something was going on behind her back. As He cries, his upper and lower lips quivers from the exertion. Who etched this embodiment of beauty wearing the charming peacock feathers in His hair? He has on His lotus lips the conch known as Panchajanyam, whose sound is that of the holy praNavam symbolizing the essence of the Vedas.
He blesses Her with His auspicious glances. This garland was his charactrestric decoration. He who was born there is the object of delectable experience for the sages, who do not covet anything else in this world.
I see him always and all times, With a chest carrying his Lady, And also see him as prettiness, That can never ever be described, And which is the acme of desire of the gopis. Verse 8 nikaTeshu nisAmayAmi nityam nigamAntai: He approached one of the Gopis, who was standing with one foot forward in the water and the other planted backward on the land. The young girls of Gokulam look at this lovely child of Yasodha with great affection.
May that Gopala engaged gopaal water sports gopwla the Gopis as their lover protect us, since he is the medicine for his devotees suffering from the afflictions of Samsaara. Victory to that flute which partakes the nectar, Flowing from the lips of VishnuWho has taken the form of a gopa lad, For protecting all the world, And to him who is being taught, The dancing steps along with the, Beats created by the tingling soundCreated by their bangles by the gopis.
Gopala Vimsathi – Hindupedia, the Hindu Encyclopedia
May that vision of this sweet, butter dance of Lord Gopala appear before my eyes! I sing about that man who is the cause, Who is the way which is near salvation, Who is the great wealth of the forests, Who is as gross as the rain bearing clouds, Who has red lips fond of keeping the flute, And who exists as the state of mercy.
He is the rejuvenating, rain-bearing cloud that enhanced the wealth and well-being of the citizens of Brindavanam. He appeared as though he was averting that danger by closing his eyes. He is the great fortune of the city of Northern Madhurai Mathura.
On His lap, they find Sarasvati, the goddess of learning. Victory to the emperor of the GopisWho looks at Saraswathi sitting on his lap, Who keeps his conch Pancha Janya close to his lips, Who sits in the middle of a triangle placed, In the middle of the holy lotus.
When his mother stepped out of the kitchen for a moment, he put his hands into the pot and helped himself. Our Lord, who is the protector of His universe adopted this posture as if he was a mere mortal.
I should be able to see Him, With flute kept close to his lips, With blue peacock feather adorning his hair, And with his pranks shining like the blue gem, During the last procession of my life. Lord Gopalan, showing great affection for the Gopis, stands before them in resplendent attire.
Vedanta Desika — is a great poet, devotee, philosopher and master-teacher belonging to the Sri Vaishnava sect founded by saint Ramanuja.
As Yasodha went away, he checked around to make sure that she was out of sight and then pulled the tied mortar to the garden. Which painter painted the picture of this beautiful youth in my heart, who is like the morning Sun to the lotus-like faces of the love-sick Gopis?
I salute this illustrious jyoti. I salute and offer my tribute to this supreme being known as Gopalan. He planted one of his feet firmly and he moved the other foot around in different directions, the gold necklaces, jewelery and the ankle bells on His holy feet producing a most delightful musical sound, which matched the laya patterns emanating from his mother’s efforts at churning milk.
Verse 18 lIlayashtIm karakisalaye dakshine nyasya dhanyAm amse devyA: Log in Request account. His mother normally stored freshly churned butter in shallow earthern vessels chattis.
They are totally captivated by his friendly smile and the divine music originatinig from His flute. When we blink, we lose that moment of this delectable experience. He shines with his dark blue hue, reminiscent of the clouds in the rainy season and wins over the Gopis with his formidable beauty.