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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His mother normally stored freshly churned butter in shallow earthern vessels chattis. This great Stotra sings about the greatness of Gopala cow herd and is extremely popular among his devotees. I salute Him who is like a Sun. There, he depicts Narada descending from gkpala singing gopsla the above verse during his journey to meet Purushan and initiate him into the mahAmantram of the Lord.
The Gopis beat taaLam to the music of their Lord with viimsathi cool hands decorated with golden bangles.
He describes the structure of His mantram and affectionately recalls the many mischievous deeds performed by bAla Gopalan in Gokulam and Brindavanam to the utter delight of the humans and the celestial beings. I see him always and all times, With a chest carrying his Lady, And also glpala him as prettiness, That can never ever be described, And which is the acme of desire of the gopis. Verse 11 anuyAyi manojna vam. Retrieved from ” http: Verse 8 nikaTeshu nisAmayAmi nityam nigamAntai: Vvimsathi offer my worship to that blessed child, who freed the sons of Kubera from their existence as twin trees.
Verse 1 vande bRndAvanacaram vallavI janavallabham jayantisambhavam dhAma vaijayantI vibhUshaNam I salute that divine effulgence named Gopala, who was born on this Sri Jayanthi day and roamed in the forests of Brindavanam wearing the unfading garland, known as Vaijayanti, made of wild flowers of the forest.
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On His lap, they find Sarasvati, the goddess of learning. Log in Request account. Sitila valaya sincA SItalairhasta tAlai: Who etched this embodiment of beauty wearing the charming peacock feathers in His hair?
The unaware Gopis completed their water sports and abolutions and got out of the water and discovered that their clothes were removed by the smiling Gopalan sitting on the adjacent Pinnai Kuntha tree. Vmisathi Gopis of Gokulam are thirsting to enjoy His beauty.
Gopalan desirous of performing water sports with the Gopis tucked tightly his garments. His devotees meditate on Him in this manner and recieve His blessings. In another reference this lady is Yasodha his mother.
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. May that vision of this sweet, butter dance of Lord Gopala appear before my eyes! By the end of 14th centaury the followers of Saint Ramanuja had split in to Vadakalai and Tenkalai. He also smiled in between his crying spells.
Raghunathan To view the total list of Blogs I have created, click here. On the banks of the Yamuna river shines the Lord, who is seated on the bow of a kunthaa tree with a smile on his face. He stood still pretending that he vimswthi not know what to do next.
Sri Desika Stotras with Meaning: Gopala Vimsati
And who has etched his pretty face, In their minds always. 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.
The beauty of Venugopala and His world-enchanting flute music has been celebrated by Srimad Bhagavatham and Periyazhwaar in particular Periya Tirumozhi: 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. May that mischievous Gopalan fond of Gopis be victorious! I salute this embodiment of mercy known as Venugopalan.
May this enchanting youth Gopala protect me always!
I remember the lad smiling with lips, Resembling the rosy leaf buds, Who had turned his neck out of fear, And who dragged the big mortar, In between the two trees and, Freed both of them of their, Tree form forever. May that Gopala engaged in water sports with the Gopis as their lover protect us, since he is the medicine for his devotees suffering from the afflictions of Samsaara.
I salute Sri Vedanta Desikan prior to attempting to provide an English translation to these bhakti-laden verses dedicated to Sri Rukmini Satyabhama sameta Raja Venugopalan. Lord Gopalan, showing great affection for the Gopis, stands before them in resplendent attire. May the overflowing flood of that beauty and its lustre remain steadily in my mind. He shines with his dark blue hue, reminiscent of the clouds in the rainy season and wins over the Gopis with his formidable beauty.