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Showing posts with label Mahaprabhu. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mahaprabhu. Show all posts

Saturday, 25 July 2020

July 25, 2020

Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu’s Communism


               At the very beginning, at the feet of those Vaisnavas, Devotees, Kirtaniyas, I bow hundreds of millions of prostrations & by them the Name, Kirtan and Preaching of Mahaprabhu have been going on all over the world for ages.

              It is not that the atheist party did or does not protest, but it has not been able to remove or erase that absolute belief from the hearts of the devotees since the time of Mahaprabhu till today. Because of this belief, the boundless joy that the devotees can feel in their hearts is not felt by the protesting parties. Whose mouth has become sweet after eating sugar, can he be told that sugar is salty? Millions of people, overwhelmed by the love of the Lord Chaitanya, dance and sing with their arms outstretched day after day, mile after mile, they can taste its extract juice. At the feet of like these Devotees & Vaishnavas, slave-like me bow to a hundred and thousand.

                 So much compassion for the living world, so much pain for the fallen people, so many sacrifices for the welfare of the living, when and where has such aloofness been seen in anyone's life except Mahaprabhu? Judging from the point of view of the common man, even though Sri Gouranga's theory of God was not accepted, but his unique superhuman being could not be denied. He stood up fearlessly against the filth and injustice of the society of his time, the oppression and injustice of the then Princes. 

                On that day, he not only organized many weak, innocent men and women against the strong and oppressive monarchy but also established the great principles and ideals of equality, friendship and brotherhood by breaking the vested interests of the then so-called leaders and guardians of society. His anti-ruling movement, not only because he was born as a Hindu and narrowly interested, but also because of his endless sense of responsibility towards human society as a well-meaning person. That is why he was able to break the artificial wall of man to man, Brahmin (upper caste) - Chandal (lower caste), even Hindu-Muslim division and also bind everyone in the embrace of love and today that love is flooding all over the world.

                The people of the lower lineage are better than the people of the upper lineage without devotion to God - this strange message of equality has never been uttered before. Today, however, caste and caste segregation and oppression still exist in many parts of India. In many states of India, it is the politics of elections; even nominations are still controlled by individuals and castes. If society has become like this in this decade of science-age, then one can imagine what a terrible state it was about 550 years ago. He not only fought against caste but also proclaimed the equal rights of neglected women over men.

                  Pure nationalist people, who do not understand or look at so much for love, devotion, or spirituality, have also seen in their judgment that Sri Krishna Chaitanya was enriched by the voice of that Bharat-Atma. “When you have a rare human birth on Indian soil, be blessed by devoting that birth to the cause of charity” - His words are the manifestation of his love for the country. In fact, this country was not a collection of soil, rocks, or trees for him, this motherland is an eternal entity to him. Bleeding barefoot, after taking asceticism to save lives, the traveler Sri Chaitanya's trip to India is in fact the self-examination of a great patriot. As a preacher of liberal humanism based on equality, love, friendship, he wanted to awaken all Indians in a great sense of unity.

                   Why only India, the rich and powerful countries of today's turbulent world boasting of wealth and power are slowly taking refuge at the feet of Mahaprabhu. Because without the realization of theology, there is no possibility of liberation from the flames of the world.

Hare Krishna ...........

Sunday, 19 January 2020

January 19, 2020

No Asceticism in Kaliyug / Act of Monk


     First of all, apologize to everyone, if any words or language hurt someone's mind. What I have found in some of my experiences or some religious texts I just tried to write. 
Adileela, 17th Chapter, Chaitanya Charitamrita (taken from Brahmabaita Puran)

অশ্বমেধং গবালম্ভং সন্ন্যাসং পলপিতৃকম। 
দেবরেন সুতৎপত্তিতিং কলৌ পঞ্চ বিবর্জয়েৎ।।  

        Clearly mention that in any Yagna (firework dedicated to God), no Horse or Cow to be killed, after the death of the father, not use of meat in his Shradh (after death-religious-work according to Hindu religion), Production of children by Debar (brother in law) and no asceticism (Sannyas) in Kaliyug. Because, human beings of Kaliyug, they have not such power and patience to maintain the act of asceticism as it is very hard and strict. 

Madhyaleela, 3rd Chapter, Chaitanya Charitamrita 

প্রভু কহে সন্ন্যাসীর ভক্ষ্য নহে উপকরণ।  
ইহা খেলে কৈছে হবে ইন্দ্রিয় বারণ।। (ক)
প্রভু বলে এতো অন্ন নারীব খাইতে। 
সন্ন্যাসীর ধৰ্ম নহে উচ্ছিষ্ট রাখিতে।। (গ)

       This happened when Sree Chaitanya took Prasad (food) at the house of Aditya Acharya, then Mahaprabhu said the monk should not eat too much food materials. Excessive food intake will increase greed, which is must abundant for a monk.
        Again as much as you can eat, you should take it, otherwise having more food in the dish means taking more food in greed, which should not the right for a monk or a saint. 
       Besides all this, every day the monk should beg his handful of rice from a couple of houses,  and after cooking served to God, and then take that prasad (food).  Never save for the future.

Madhyaleela, 7th Chapter, Chaitanya Charitamrita 

মুকুন্দ হয়েন দুঃখী দেখি সন্ন্যাস ধৰ্ম।  
তিনবার শীতে স্নান ভূমিতে শয়ন।। 

       That means Mukunda was sad to see the monk dharma of Mahaprabhu. Three times bath even in winter and bed in the ground.
       The monk doesn't stay in the same place for more than three hours. In a secluded place away from the locality, in the shrine, in the cemetery usually available. Eat only one time per day & wear only one cloth and their main work only to promote (and chanting) the name of God & always ready to help the suffering people.

Now the question is why Chaitanya Mahaprabhu took Sannyas (asceticism)?

     Actually, He is a God of love (Premer Thakur), what is his work of monk? The reason for His incarnation was to feel the love of Srimati Radha Rani. What was the reason He faced the so hard monk's life trouble? Just for, to save the life of everyone in the Kali Yuga. Otherwise, there is no way to rescue in this age. Only if take God Hari's name (Hare Krishna) or chanting God's Name, I will rescue human beings, but He knew it will not possible to take people in this age. So if anyone greets me as a monk, I will rescue him. That's why His name is Patitapavan.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

January 15, 2020

Disappearance of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu


Difference between Avatar and Avatori          
        At first, try to understand the difference between Avatar (incarnation) and Avatori (self-incarnation). When someone comes (not in full-form) as a part of God himself, He is called an Avatar or an Angel of God (such as real Saint, Sage, Monk, etc.). But when God Himself comes into a full form on earth, He is called Avatori. Such as Sree Hari, Sree Ram, Sree Krishna.......
       We all know Mahaprabhu as a self-incarnation. Because he is the combined body of Radha-Krishna. This proof is found in the Chaitanya Bhagavat & Chaitanya Charitamrita. Some examples --

  1. Vision with the six hands of the Lord, rescued of Jagai & Madhai, leprosy attacked of Chapal Gopal (Adileela 17th Chapter, Chaitanya Charitamrita).
  2. Describe madness and delusion of the love for God (Madhyaleela 2nd Chapter, Chaitanya Charitamrita).
  3. On the way to Vrindavan, Mahaprabhu danced with animals (tigers, elephants, deer, birds) in the forest with the name of Lord Krishna (Madhyaleela 17th Chapter, Chaitanya Charitamrita).
  4. Is it possible for anyone to rescue the missing Vrindavan except Himself ? etc. etc.
Disappearance 
         His last disappearance was one of the most mysterious events of Sri Chaitanyadeb's life. Mahaprabhu was one of the unique creatures of the Vaisnava movement of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. How he suddenly disappeared is still deeply mysterious today. This is a deep and extensive inquiry. Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami, in the context of the deity of Mahaprabhu, 'in fourteen hundred fifty-five, Mahaprabhu was disappeared' (Adileela, Chapter-13, Chaitanya Charitamrita), has been relieved of this. He did not spend another word on 'how disappeared?' when and where. Vrindavan Das Goswami also remained completely silent in the mystery of Sri Chaitanya's disappearance. Theorists have said different kinds of contradictions in the matter. According to some, the incarnation of God was Sri Chaitanya. Unlike ordinary people, death cannot happen to him. Someone said that he disappeared in Jagannath Vigrah in the temple of Puri. According to someone, he jumped into the sea and disappeared.  Again according to someone, septicemia from the foot injury, there are so many articles that have been already written. So nothing to discuss more.
       Now, In such a self-incarnation (Avatori), the word 'murder' makes it very painful for any real devotee. On one side we all worship Him as God Himself, on the other hand, God has been killed and has accepted this matter. So ridiculous. In straight forward, those who are real devotee, can't believe that the theory of murder by Panda or who believe this theory is not a devotee, just an inquisitive guy. We are all like so so small insects in front of God's almighty power, there is one universe in each hair follicle.
     If He can be seen by reading Gita regularly, if he can be realized by reading Chaitanya Charitamrita, then if we ask him about his disappearance, will not He tell us?