Lords Prayers by Brahma ji


lr ewH$XodOr amOm nar{jV? go H$hVo h?---
V?` _ybXoeo q?e?moOZgh?m?Va Am?Vo `m d? H$bm ^JdV?Vm_gr g_m?`mVmZ?V B{V gm?dVr`m ??>??``mo: g?H$f?U_h{_?`{^_mZbjU? `? g?H$f?U{_?`mMjVo?&& 1?&&
amOZ?! nmVmbbmoH$ Ho$ ZrMo Vrg hOma `moOZ H$s Xyar na AZ?V Zm_ go {d?`mV ^JdmZ? H$s Vm_gr {Z?` H$bm h??& `h Ah?H$ma?$nm hmoZo go ??>m Am?a ??` H$mo ItMH$a EH$ H$a XoVr h??& Bg{b`o nm?Mam? AmJ_ Ho$ AZw`m`r ^?$OZ Bgo
""g?H$f?U'' H$hVo h??&&1?&&

Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said to Maharaja Parikshit : My dear King, approximately 240,000 miles beneath the planet Patala lives another incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He is the expansion of Lord Vishnu known as Lord Ananta or Lord Sankarsana. He is always in the transcendental position, but because He is worshiped by Lord Siva, the deity of tamo-guna or darkness, He is sometimes called Tamasi. Lord Ananta is the pre-dominating Deity of the material mode of ignorance as well as the false ego of all conditioned souls. [1]

`?`oX? {j{V_?S>b? ^JdVmo@Z?V_yV}: gh?{eag EH$p?_?od erf?{U {Y?`_mU? {g?mW? Bd b?`Vo?&& 2?&& 

BZ ^JdmZ? AZ?V Ho$ EH$ hOma _?VH$ h??& CZ_| go EH$ na aIm h?Am `h gmam ^y_?S>b gagm| Ho$ XmZo Ho$ g_mZ {XImB? XoVm h??&& 2?&&

Sukadeva Gosvami continued : This great universe, situated on one of Lord Anantadeva's thousands of hoods, appears just like a white mustard seed. It is infinitesimal compared to the hood of Lord Ananta. [2]

`?` h dm BX? H$mboZmong{?Ohrf?Vmo@_f?-{da{MV?{Ma^?_?wdmoa?VaoU gm?H$f?Umo Zm_ ?? EH$mXe?`yh??`j{?{eI? eyb_w?m?^`?wX-{V?>?&& 3?&&
?b`H$mb Cnp?WV hmoZo na O~ B?h| Bg {d? H$m Cng?hma H$aZo H$s B?N>m hmoVr h?, V~ BZH$s H?$moYde Ky_Vr h?B? _Zmoha ^?wHw${Q>`m| Ho$ _?` ^mJ go g?H$f?U Zm_H$ ?? ?JQ> hmoVo h??& CZH$s ?`yh g??`m ?`mah h??& do g^r VrZ Zo?m|dmbo hmoVo h? Am?a hmW _| VrZ ZmoH$m| dmbo eyb {b`o ahVo h??&& 3?&&

At the time of devastation, when Lord Anantadeva desires to destroy the entire creation, He becomes slightly angry. Then from between His two eyebrows appears three-eyed Rudra, carrying a trident. This Rudra, who is known as Sankarsana, is the embodiment of the eleven Rudras, or incarnations of Lord Siva. He appears in order to devastate the entire creation. [3]

g Ed ^JdmZZ?Vmo @Z?VJwUmU?d Am{XXod Cng??Vm_f?amofdoJmo bmoH$mZm? ?d?V` Am?Vo?&& 6?&&
do AZ?V JwUm| Ho$ gmJa Am{X Xod ^JdmZ? AZ?V AnZo A_f? (AghZerbVm) Am?a amof Ho$ doJ H$mo amoHo$ h?E dhm? g_?V bmoH$m| Ho$ H$?`mU Ho$ {b`o {damO_mZ h??&& 6?&&

Lord Sankarsana is the ocean of unlimited spiritual qualities, and thus He is known as Anantadeva. He is nondifferent from the Supreme Personality of Godhead. For the welfare of all living entities within this material world, He resides in His abode, restraining His anger and intolerance. [6]

` Ef Ed_ZwlwVmo ?`m`_mZmo _w_wjyUm_Zm{X-H$mbH$_?dmgZmJ?{WV_ {d?m_`? ?X`J?p?W? g?daO?V_mo_`_??V?X`? JV Amew {Z{^?Z{?m V?`mZw^mdmZ? ^JdmZ? ?dm`?^wdmo ZmaX: gh Vw?~w?Um g^m`m?~??U: g??bmoH$`m_mg?&& 8?&&
CZHo$ JwUm| H$m EH$~ma ~??mOr Ho$ nw? ^JdmZ? ZmaX Zo Vw?~w? J?Yd? Ho$ gmW ~??mOr H$s g^m _| Bg ?H$ma JmZ {H$`m Wm?&& 8?&&

Narada Muni, the son of Lord Brahma, always glorifies Anantadeva in his father's assembly. There he sings blissful verses of his own composition, accompanied by his stringed instrument [of a celestial singer] known as Tumbrur. [8]

{OZH$s ?{?> n?S>Zo go hr OJV? H$s C?n{?m, p?W{V Am?a ?b` Ho$ hoVw ^yV g?dm{X ?mH?$V JwU AnZo-AnZo H$m`? _| g_W? hmoVo h?, {OZH$m ?d?$n Y?wd (AZ?V) Am?a AH?$V (AZm{X) h? VWm Omo AHo$bo hmoVo h?E hr Bg ZmZm?_H$ ?n?M H$mo AnZo _| YmaU {H$`o h?E h? --- CZ ^JdmZ? g?H$f?U Ho$ V?d H$mo H$moB? H?$go OmZ gH$Vm h??&& 9?&&

By His glance, the Supreme Personality of Godhead enables the modes of material nature to act as the causes of universal creation, maintenance and destruction. The Supreme Soul is unlimited and beginningless, and although He is one, He has manifested Himself in many forms. How can human society understand the ways of the Supreme ? [9]

_y{V? Z: nw?H?$n`m ~^ma g?d?
g?ew? gXg{XX? {d^m{V `?&
`?rbm? _?Jn{VamXXo@Zd?m-
_mXmVw? ?dOZ_Zm??`wXmadr`?:?&& 10?&&
{OZ_| `h H$m`?-H$maU?$n gmam ?n?M ^mg ahm h? VWm AnZo {ZO OZm| H$m {M?m AmH${f?V H$aZo Ho$ {b`o H$s h?B? {OZH$s draVmnyU? brbmH$mo na_ namH?$_r qgh Zo AmXe? _mZH$a AnZm`m h?, CZ CXmadr`? g?H$f?U ^JdmZ? Zo h_ na ~?S>r H?$nm H$aHo$ `h {dew? g?d_` ?d?$n YmaU {H$`m h??&& 10?&&

This manifestation of subtle and gross matter exists within the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Out of causeless mercy toward His devotees, He exhibits various forms, which are all transcendental. The Supreme Lord is most liberal, and He possesses all mystic power. To conquer the minds of His devotees and give pleasure to their hearts, He appears in different incarnations and manifests many pastimes. [10]

`?m_ lwV_ZwH$sV?`oXH$?_m-
XmVm} dm `{X n{VV: ?b?^Zm?m?&
h??`?h: gn{X Z?Um_eof_?`?
H?$ eofm?JdV Aml`o?_w_wjw:?&& 11?&&
{OZHo$ gwZo-gwZm`o Zm_ H$m H$moB? nr{?S>V AWdm n{VV nw?f AH$?_mV? AWdm h?gr _| ^r C?maU H$a boVm h? Vmo dh nw?f Xygao _Zw?`m| Ho$ ^r gmao nmnm|H$moV?H$mb Z?> H$a XoVm h? -- Eogo eof ^JdmZ? H$mo N>mo?S> H$a _w_wjw nw?f Am?a {H$gH$m Aml` bo gH$Vm h? ??&& 11?&&

Even if he be distressed or degraded, any person who chants the holy name of the Lord, having heard it from a bonafide spiritual master, is immediately purified. Even if he chants the Lord's name jokingly or by chance, he and anyone who hears him are freed from all sins. Therefore how can anyone seeking disentangle-ment from the material clutches avoid chanting the name of Lord Sesa ? Of whom else should one take shelter ? [11]

^yJmob? g{J[ag[a?g_w?g?d?&
AmZ??`mX{Z{_V{dH?$_?` ^y?Z:
H$mo dr`m??`{YJU`o?gh?{O?:?&& 12?&&
`h nd?V, ZXr Am?a g_w?m{X go nyU? g?nyU? ^y_?S>b CZ gh?erfm? ^JdmZ? Ho$ EH$ _?VH$ na EH$ aO:H$U Ho$ g_mZ aIm h?Am h??& do AZ?V h?, Bg{b`o CZHo$ namH?$_ H$m H$moB? n[a_mU Zht h??& {H$gr Ho$ hOma Or^| hm|, Vmo ^r CZ gd??`mnH$ ^JdmZ? Ho$ namH?$_m| H$s JUZm H$aZo H$m gmhg dh H?$go H$a gH$Vmh? ??&& 12?&&

Because the Lord is unlimited, no one can estimate His power. This entire universe, filled  with its many great mountains, rivers, oceans, trees and living entities, is resting just like an atom on one of His many thousands of hoods. Is there anyone, even with thousands of tongues, who can describe His glories ? [12]

Ed??^mdmo ^JdmZZ?Vmo
_ybo agm`m: p?WV Am?_V??mo
`mo brb`m ?_m? p?WV`o {~^{V??&& 13?&&

dm?Vd _| CZHo$ dr`?, A{Ve` JwU Am?a ?^md Agr_ h??& Eogo ?^mdembr ^JdmZ? AZ?V agmVbHo$ _yb_| AnZr hr _{h_m _| p?WV ?dV?? h? Am?a g?nyU? bmoH$m| H$s p?W{V Ho$ {b`o brbm go hr n??dr H$mo YmaU {H$`o h?E h??&& 13?&&

There is no end to the great and glorious qualities of that powerful Lord Anantadeva. Indeed, His prowess is unlimited. Though self-sufficient, He Himself is the support of everything. He resides beneath the lower planetary systems and easily sustains the entire universe. [13]

EVm ?odoh Z?{^?nJ?V?`m JV`mo `WmH$_?-{d{Z{_?Vm `WmonXoe_Zwd{U?Vm: H$m_mZ?-H$m_`_mZ?:?&& 14?&&
^moJm| H$s H$m_Zmdmbo nw?fm| H$s AnZo H$_m] Ho$ AZwgma ?m? hmoZodmbr ^JdmZ? H$s aMr h?B? `o hr J{V`m? h??&&& 14?&&

Those conditioned souls, who are full of material desires, achieve various situations in different planetary systems, and in this way they live within this material creation. [14]

_mhm??`--AZ?V ^JdmZ? JwUm| Ho$ gmJa h??& do AnZo A_f? (AghZerbVm) Am?a amof Ho$ doJ H$mo amoHo$ h?E (nmVmbbmoH$) dhm? g_?V bmoH$m| Ho$ H$?`mU Ho$ {b`o {damO_mZ h??& ^JdmZ? AZ?V Ho$ _mhm??` ldU Am?a ?`mZ go _w_wjwOZ AnZr H$_?dmgZm go _w?$ hmo OmVo h??& CZHo$ ?`mZ go g?d, aO Am?a V_ H$s J??{W V?H$mb H$Q> OmVr h??& {OZHo$ gwZo-gwZm`o Zm_ H$m H$moB? ^r nr{?S>V AWdm n{VV nw?f AH$?_mV? AWdm h?gr _| ^r C?maU H$a boVm h? Vmo dh nw?f Xygao _Zw?`m| Ho$ ^r gmao nmnm| H$mo V?H$mb Z?> H$a XoVm h??& g?nyU? bmoH$m| H$s p?W{V Ho$ {b`o brbm go hr n??dr H$mo YmaU H$aZo dmbo BZ ^JdmZ? AZ?V H$s {d{Y Am?a l?m Ho$ gmW ?mW?Zm H$aZo go Am?_m ew? Am?a VoO{X? hmoVr h??&                        


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