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gopal
Pushtikul Elite Member - August 2003


1221 Posts
Posted - 02 October 2004 :  12:41:57
Jai Jai ShriGokulesh, Namo bhagavate tasmai, Krishnayadbhuta-karmane Rupa-nama-vibhedena, Jagatkridati yo yatah. ( shastrarth prakaran nibandh 1st sloka) Meaning: Prostrations to Bhagavan Shri Krishna, who is the performer of wonderful deeds, who is the very manifestation of the universe, who plays His sports in different forms and names, and from whom the whole universe has sprung up.

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh Parivaar, Baroda

gopal
Pushtikul Elite Member - August 2003


1221 Posts
Posted - 16 October 2004 :  10:00:36
Jai Jai ShriGokulesh, Jayati Shri Vallabharyo, Jayati ca Vitthaleshvaraprabhushriman, Purushottams-ca taishca, nirdishta pusti-paddhatir jayati. Hail to revered Shri Vallabhacharya! Hail to honorable Lord Shri Vitthala! Hail to learned Shri Purushottamaji! Hail to the path of Pushti manifested by them! Meaning: Victory to revered Mahaprabhu Shri Vallabhacharya! Victory to honorable lord Shri Vitthalesha Prabhucharana! Victory to learned 1Shri Purushottamaji! And Victory to the devotional path of Pushti manifested by these great Acharyas! An eminent scholar Acharya who wrote commentaries on almost all the works of Shri Vallabhacharya, and composed many independent works of his own.

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh Parivaar, Baroda

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anpur
Pushtikul Elite Member - July 2003


349 Posts
Posted - 16 October 2004 :  11:58:53
jai shri krishna In chaturshloki Shri mahaprabhuji explained 4 purusharth too.

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gopal
Pushtikul Elite Member - August 2003


1221 Posts
Posted - 16 October 2004 :  14:20:22
Jai Jai ShriGokulesh, Yes, the 4 purusarths for the pushtimargi's r dharma, arth, kama & moksha, which is well explained in the chatursloki granth, where our dharma is shrikrishna seva, our arth is also our nidhi, shri krishna, our kaam (kartavya) is to perform seva, and the moksha means the phal is to get the seva.

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh Parivaar, Baroda

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gopal
Pushtikul Elite Member - August 2003


1221 Posts
Posted - 16 October 2004 :  14:28:12
Jai Jai ShriGokulesh, The doctrines and description regarding the fruit {that one obtains after the accomplishment of the course of the Sampradaya in accordance with its doctrines{ is propounded in Falopadesha {the Instructions regarding the fruit. For example, devotee's mind gets constantly attached to Shri Krshna when he performs the worship of Shri Krshna in one's own home with one's own body and wealth. He becomes free from worldly I-ness and My-ness. As against this if 1. Shri Krshna is worshiped at public places like Havelis and temples 2. if the worship of Shri Krshna is performed with money received from others 3. if the worship is got performed through some other person by making a payment {nobody's mind will be attached to Shri Krshna. The mind of the donor is spoiled with pride. The receiver of money becomes Devalaka -a sinner. The preceptor who performs worship in public-temple or Haveli, later or sooner, becomes a paid worshiper or public servant or govt. servant and ultimately becomes a sinner in the eyes of scripture.

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh Parivaar, Baroda

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