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Tuesday, 16 June 2020

NARAYANEEYAM DASAKAM - 55 - KAALIYA NARTHANAM


Dasakam - 55 - Kaaliya Narthanam








With the intention to drive away Kaaliya from river Yamuna, Krishna reached the Kadamba tree near the bank of the river, leaves of which had already dried up due to the poisonous air. Krishna climbed the tree with his lotus feet. From the top of the tree, he leaped into the river waters with swirling waves. Krishna, who bears three worlds, when jumped in to the water, the river rose and swell due to his immense weight, submerging river bed to an extent of hundred yards.

Disturbed by the uproar and upsurge, Kaaliya came out angrily with his thousand hoods, each resembling a mountain, emitting fire and deadly poison, attacked Krishna who did not even move. Then Kaaliya who was fuming poison and spreading intense heat wrapped himself around Krishna.

Meanwhile Gopas waiting for Krishna became restless and came in search of him to the river. Also the people of Vrindavan experienced some bad omens at home and rushed to river yamuna to see what was happening there.  All of them saw that Krishna was being surrounded by thousand heads of the deadly Kaaliya. Immediately they were gripped by fear and grief, wanted to give up their life to save Krishna. But all of a sudden, Krishna freed himself from the clutches of Kaaliya's hoods and rose smilingly above the coils of the serpant in the water.

Mounted on the hoods of the serpent king Kaaliya, Krishna started to dance with his tender lotus like beautiful feet. He danced so gracefully over every rising hood of the serpent with his anklets making gentle sound matching with the tinklings of the bangles on his wrists. Gopas were awestruck to see the dance, Divine sages and Gods from heaven who gathered to witness the dance, showered flowers.

Bhattathiri delighted with the grace with which Lord danced on the serpent king Kaaliya, prayed to Guruvayoorappan to protect him and cure him of afflictions.



Lyrics of Dasakam 55


अथ वारिणि घोरतरं फणिनं
प्रतिवारयितुं कृतधीर्भगवन् ।
द्रुत मारिथ तीरगनीप तरुं
विषमारुत शोषित पर्णचयम् ॥१॥

atha vaariNi ghOrataraM phaNinaM
prativaarayituM kR^itadhiirbhagavan |
drutamaaritha tiiraga niipataruM
viShamaarutashOShita parNachayam || 1 ||

अधिरुह्य पदाम्बुरुहेण च तं
नव पल्लव तुल्य मनोज्ञरुचा ।
ह्रदवारिणि दूरतरं न्यपत:
परिघूर्णित घोर तरङ्ग गणे ॥२॥

adhiruhya padaamburuheNa cha taM
nava pallava tulya manOj~naruchaa |
hradavaariNi duurataraM nyapata:
parighuurNita ghOra taranga gaNe || 2 ||

भुवनत्रयभार भृतो भवतो
गुरुभार विकम्पि विजृम्भि जला ।
परिमज्जयति स्म धनुश्शतकं
तटिनी झटिति स्फुट घोषवती ॥३॥

bhuvanatraya bhaara bhR^itO bhavatO
gurubhaara vikampi vijR^imbhi jalaa |
parimajjayati sma dhanushshatakaM
taTinii jhaTiti sphuTa ghOShavatii || 3 ||

अथ दिक्षु विदिक्षु परिक्षुभित-
भ्रमितोदर वारि निनादभरै: ।
उदकादुदगा दुरगाधिपति:
त्वदुपान्तम् अशान्त रुषाऽन्धमना: ॥४॥

atha dikshu vidikshu parikshubhita -
bhramitOdara vaari ninaadabharai: |
udakaadudagaa duragaadhipati:
tvadupaantam ashaanta ruShaa(a)ndhamanaa: || 4 ||

फणशृङ्ग सहस्र विनिस्सृमर-
ज्वलदग्नि कणोग्र विषाम्बुधरम् ।
पुरत: फणिनं समलोकयथा
बहुशृङ्गिणम् अञ्जन शैलमिव ॥५॥

phaNashR^inga sahasra vinissR^imara-
jvaladagni kaNOgra viShaambudharam |
purata: phaNinaM samalOkayathaa
bahushR^ingiNam anjana shailamiva || 5 ||

ज्वलदक्षि परिक्षरदुग्र विष-
श्वसनोष्मभर: स महाभुजग: ।
परिदश्य भवन्तम् अनन्तबलं
समवेष्टयद स्फुट चेष्टमहो ॥६॥

jvaladakshi parikshara dugra viSha-
shvasanOShmabhara: sa mahaabhujaga: |
paridashya bhavantam anantabalaM
samaveShTayada sphuTa cheShTamahO || 6 ||

अविलोक्य भवन्तम् अथाकुलिते
तट गामिनि बालक धेनु गणे ।
व्रजगेह तलेऽप्यनिमित्त शतं
समुदीक्ष्य गता यमुनां पशुपा: ।।७॥

avilOkya bhavantam athaakulite
taTa gaamini baalaka dhenu gaNe |
vrajageha tale(a)pyanimitta shataM
samudiikshya gataa yamunaaM pashupaa: || 7 ||

अखिलेषु विभो भवदीय दशाम्
अवलोक्य जिहासुषु जीवभरम् ।
फणि बन्धनमाशु विमुच्य जवात्
उदगम्यत हासजुषा भवता ॥८॥

akhileShu vibhO bhavadiiya dashaamM
avalOkya jihaasuShu jiivabharam |
phaNi bandhanamaashu vimuchya javaat
udagamyata haasajuShaa bhavataa || 8 ||

अधिरुह्य तत: फणिराज फणान्
ननृते भवता मृदु पादरुचा ।
कलशिञ्जित नूपुर मञ्जुमिलत्
करकङ्कण सङ्कुल सङ्क्वणितम् ॥९॥

adhiruhya tata: phaNiraaja phaNaan
nanR^ite bhavataa mR^idu paadaruchaa |
kalashi~njita nuupura manjumilat
karakankaNa sankula sankvaNitam || 9 ||

जहृषु: पशुपा: तुतुषुर्मुनयो
ववृषु: कुसुमानि सुरेन्द्र गणा: ।
त्वयि नृत्यति मारुत गेहपते
परिपाहि स मां त्वमदान्त गदात् ॥१०॥

jahR^iShu: pashupaa: tutuShurmunayO
vavR^iShu: kusumaani surendra gaNaa: |
tvayi nR^ityati maaruta gehapate
paripaahi sa maaM tvamadaanta gadaat || 10 ||



--------Sri Krishnarpanam---------

Monday, 15 June 2020

NARAYANEEYAM DASAKAM - 54 - KAALIYA TAKES REFUGE IN YAMUNA



Dasakam - 54 - Kaaliya takes refuge in Yamuna








Long ago, there was a sage called Soubhari, a devotee of Lord, who did penance to have Lord's vision, by immersing himself in the river Yamuna/Kaalindi for twelve years. During his stay in the river, he got attached to the fishes living there. Once when Lord's mount, Garuda was hungry and ate fish present in the Kalindi river, Shoubari noticed this and overwhelmed with pity for the fishes, cursed Garuda that if he ever came to the river to eat fishes he would die.

A powerful serpent, Kaaliya was very proud due to the power of his poison. He ate offerings kept for Garuda, the enemy of Serpents. Angry with Kaliya, Garuda took refuge at the lotus feet of Lord and then attacked Kaaliya with his wings, overpowered him and chased him out. Knowing that Garuda will not come to the river Yamuna due to Shoubari's Curse, Kaaliya took refuge in it. 

After Kaaliya started to live in the river, the water turned poisonous.  The vegetation in the forest began to wither, birds flying over the river, fell dead inhaling the air around the river. Lord's heart melted in compassion and was moved with the plight of the creatures around the river.

On one hot summer day, Krishna went to the interior of the forest on the banks of the river Yamuna without his brother Balarama. The cows and cowherds which felt very thirsty drank the river water, soon fell dead on the ground. Krishna felt pity for the cows and Gopas and by his merciful glances, which were like showering nectar in to their body and revived them back to life. 

Gopas got up from ground wondering what is flowing in their various parts of the body to make it cool. Remembering various divine acts of Krishna, they concluded that all this must be one of his pranks and hugged him and thanked Krishna for saving them. Even the cows felt grateful and surrounded Krishna and kept mooing, shedding tears of joy.

Gopas had goosebumps all over their body and was experiencing a bliss which could not be expressed. Wondering if it was all due to the poison, the gopas fell at Krishna's feet and praised and prayed to him. Thus Lord revived his devotees by his merciful glances and rendered them devoid of any disease. Bhattathiri prayed to that Lord Guruvayoorappan to protect him and cure him of his disease with his merciful glances and Lord acknowledged it promptly.


Lyrics of Dasakam  54



त्वत् सेवोत्क: सौभरिर्नाम पूर्वं
कालिन्द्यन्त; द्वादशाब्दम् तपस्यन् ।
मीनव्राते स्नेहवान् भोगलोले
तार्क्ष्यं साक्षात् ऐक्षताग्रे कदाचित् ॥१॥

tvat sevOtka: saubharir naama puurvaM
kaalindyanta: dvaadashaabdaM tapasyan |
miinavraate snehavaan bhOgalOle
taarkshyaM saakshaat aikshataagre kadaachit || 1 ||

त्वत् वाहं तं सक्षुधं तृक्षसूनुं
मीनं कञ्चित् जक्षतं लक्षयन् स: ।
तप्तश्चित्ते शप्तवानत्र चेत्त्वं
जन्तून् भोक्ता जीवितं चापि मोक्ता ॥२॥

tvat vaahaM taM sakshudhaM tR^ikshasuunuM
miinaM ka~nchit jakshataM lakshayan sa: |
taptashchitte shaptavaanatra chettvaM
jantuun bhOktaa jiivitaM chaapi mOktaa || 2 ||

तस्मिन् काले कालिय: क्ष्वेलदर्पात्
सर्पाराते: कल्पितं भागमश्नन् ।
तेन क्रोधात् त्वत् पदाम्भोज भाजा
पक्षक्षिप्त: तद्दुरापं पयोऽगात् ॥३॥

tasmin kaale kaaliya: kshveladarpaat
sarpaaraate: kalpitaM bhaagamashnan |
tena krOdhaat tvat padaambhOja bhaajaa
pakshakshipta: tadduraapaM payO(a)gaat || 3 ||

घोरे तस्मिन् सूरजा नीरवासे
तीरे वृक्षा विक्षता: क्ष्वेल वेगात् ।
पक्षिव्राता: पेतुरभ्रे पतन्त:
कारुण्यार्द्रं त्वन्मनस्तेन जातम् ॥४॥

ghOre tasmin suurajaa niiravaase
tiire vR^ikshaa vikshataa: kshvela vegaat |
pakshivraataa: peturabhre patanta:
kaaruNyaardraM tvanmanastena jaatam || 4 ||

काले तस्मिन् एकदा सीरपाणिं
मुक्त्वा याते यामुनं काननान्तम् ।
त्वय्युद्दाम ग्रीष्म भीष्मोष्म तप्ता
गो गोपाला व्यापिबन् क्ष्वेलतोयम् ॥५॥

kaale tasminn ekadaa siirapaaNiM
muktvaa yaate yaamunaM kaananaantam |
tvayyuddaama griiShma bhiiShmOShma taptaa
gO gOpaalaa vyaapiban kshvelatOyam || 5 ||

नश्यज्जीवान् विच्युतान् क्ष्मातले तान्
विश्वान् पश्यन् अच्युत त्वं दयार्द्र: ।
प्राप्योपान्तं जीवयामासिथ द्राक्
पीयूषाम्भो वर्षिभि: श्री कटाक्षै: ॥६॥

nashyajjiivaan vichyutaan kshmaatale taan
vishvaan pashyann achyuta tvaM dayaardra: |
praapyOpaantaM jiivayaamaasitha draak
piiyuuShaambhO varShibhi: shrii kaTaakshai: || 6 ||

किं किं जातो हर्ष वर्षातिरेक:
सर्वाङ्गेषु इत्युत्थिता गोपसङ्घा: ।
दृष्ट्वाऽग्रे त्वां त्वत्कृतं तद्विदन्त:
त्वामालिङ्गन् दृष्टनाना प्रभावा: ॥७॥

kiM kiM jaatO harSha varShaatireka:
sarvaangeShu ityutthitaa gOpasanghaa: |
dR^iShTvaagre tvaaM tvatkR^itaM tadvidanta:
tvaamaalingan dR^iShTanaanaa prabhaavaa: || 7 ||

गावश्चैवं लब्धजीवा: क्षणेन
स्फीतानन्दा: त्वां च दृष्ट्वा पुरस्तात् ।
द्रागा वव्रु: सर्वतो हर्ष बाष्पं
व्यामुञ्चन्त्यो मन्दम् उद्यन् निनादा: ॥८॥

gaavashchaivaM labdhajiivaa: kshaNena
sphiitaanandaa: tvaaM cha dR^iShTvaa purastaat |
draagaa vavru: sarvatO harSha baaShpaM
vyaamu~nchantyO mandam udyan ninaadaa: || 8 ||

रोमाञ्चोऽयं सर्वतो न: शरीरे
भूयस्यन्त: काचिदानन्द मूर्छा ।
आश्चर्योऽयं क्ष्वेलवेगो मुकुन्द-
इत्युक्तो गोपै: नन्दितो वन्दितोऽभू: ॥९॥

rOmaa~nchO(a)yaM sarvatO na: shariire
bhuuyasyanta: kaachidaananda muurchChaa |
aashcharyO(a)yaM kshvelavegO mukunda-
ityuktO gOpai: nanditO vanditO(a)bhuu: || 9 ||

एवं भक्तान् मुक्त जीवानपि त्वं
मुग्धापाङ्गै: अस्तरोगांस्तनोषि ।
तादृग्भूत: स्फीत कारुण्य भूमा
रोगात् पाया वायु गेहाधि वास ॥१०॥

evaM bhaktaan mukta jiivaanapi tvaM
mugdhaapaangai: astarOgaamstanOShi |
taadR^igbhuuta sphiita kaaruNya bhuumaa
rOgaatpaayaa vaayugehaadhi vaasa || 10 ||



----------Sri Krishnarpanam--------