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Pushtikul Elite Member - August 2003

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Posted - 10 October 2006 :  11:57:35

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh,

         When The pyara Shrinathji when gave the darshana first time in the kandra of ShriGirirajji, there were 3 swaroops, ShriDevdaman, ShriIndradaman and ShriNaagdaman.

    ShriMahaprabhuji when came to Anyor, At that time Shrinathji (DEVDAMAN) swaroop was then been sitted on the paat. And the other 2 swaroops were still there in the kandras. But today these other 2 swaroops 1 is at baroda, and other is at ujjain, Can anybody share the pragatya prakar of the other 2 swaroops from kandras to the baroda, and ujjain?

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh Parivaar, Baroda

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Posted - 17 October 2006 :  09:58:18
Jai Shri Krishna!!

Gopal bhai waiting 4 knowing the pragatya prakar of the other 2 swaroops from kandras to the baroda, and ujjain. pls reply soon.

Jai Shree Krishna!!


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Pushtikul Elite Member - August 2003

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Posted - 17 October 2006 :  10:33:15

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh,

         Monicaji, even i don't know the prakaar, of the Pragatya of other 2 swaroops of Shrinathji from the Kandras of ShriGirirajji. So if any Vaishnava can share pls do share it. The Swaroop of Shrinathji at baroda is on the serve of ShriMathureshwarji (Baroda, surat).

Jai Jai ShriGokulesh Parivaar, Baroda

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Posted - 17 October 2006 :  14:35:01

The 3 names are for the same svaroop. 
The 3 svaroops - at Nathadwara, Ujjain and Baroda - are iconographically the same svaroop, just diff names.

When ShriVallabh came to Anyoor, he only found one svaroop - there weren't three.  He just called them diff names out of fondness for the Lord.  Its a bit like naming a new baby - you call it several cute names and after a while, one sticks and becomes the main pet name.  ShriNathji is a name we are using now and this came about much later - prob in Shri Gausaiji's time.

Initially, Devdaman and Indradaman were the names used.  Gopalji was the next on the list, as was Govardhan-Dharan and Govardhan-Nathji.

The svaroops at Ujjain and Baroda have used the other names of ShriNathji.  All these names correspond to the different iconographic details of the svaroop.  The svaroop of the Lord is such, that it has been interpreted in a number of different ways depending on the bhav of the people at that time.

Here is a article on how diff names correspond to diff bhavas  - http://www.geocities.com/pushti_marg/svaroup.htm


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