Sri Garga Samhita
BY: SUN STAFF
Mar 08, CANADA (SUN)
Canto Four, Volume Two
Chapter Nineteen, Part Two
A Thousand Names of Sri Yamuna
[Sri Yamuna] . . . provides a place for Lord Krsna's rasa-dance (raggini,
ragga-bhumadhya, ragga, and ragga-mahiruha), knows the king of
knowledge (raja-vidya), knows the great secret of all knowledge
(raja-guhya), is glorified throughout the universes (jagat-
kirti), is dark as a monsoon cloud (ghana), is filled with water
(aghana), . . .
. . . is decorated with tinkling bells (vilola-ghanta), stays by
Lord Krsna's side (krsnagga), was born from Lord Krsna's body
(krsna-deha-samudbhava), ia dark as a blue lotus (nila-pagkaja-
varnabha), is decorated with blue lotuses (nila-pagkaja-harini), . . .
. . . has a dark complexion (nilabha), is splendid with blue
lotuses (nila-padmadhya), is the home of many blue lotuses
(nilambhoruha-vasini), nourishes many betelnut plants
(nagavalli), became the home of the Kaliya serpent (nagapuri), is
worshiped with betelnut leaves (nagavalli-dalarcita), . . .
. . . chews betelnuts (tambula-carcita), is anointed with
fragrances (carca), is sweet as honey (makaranda-manohara), has
beautiful hair (sa-kesara, kesarini, and keca-pacabhicobhita), . . .
. . . wears black mascara (kajjalabha, kajjalakta, kajjali, and
kalitanjana), decorates her feet with red lac (alakta-
carana), has a dark complexion (tamra), is affectionate (lala),
wears dark garments (tamri-krtambara), . . .
. . . marks her hair with red sindura (sinduritalipta-vani), is
beautiful (sucri), is anointed with sandal paste (crikhanda-
mandita and patira-pagka-vasana), has beautiful hair (jata-
mamsi), wears splendid garlands and garments (srag-ambara), . . .
. . . is glorious as the moon (agari), is fragrant with aguru
(aguru-gandhakta), is the home of breezes bearing the scent of
tagara (tagaracrita-maruta), is fragrant with scented oil
(sugandhi-taila-rucira), has beautiful hair (kuntalali and su-
kuntala), . . .
. . . is the home of many birds (cakuntala), is devoted and
faithful to Lord Krsna (apamsula and pativratya-parayana), is
glorious like the son (surya-prabha), is the sun-god's daughter
(surya-kanya), was born from the sun-god (surya-deha-samudbhava), . . .
samjna samjna-suta sveccha
. . . is glorious as millions of suns (koti-surya-pratikaca), is the sun-god's daughter (suryaja and surya-nandini), is
transcendental knowledge personified (samjna), is
Samjna's daughter (samjna-suta), is independent
(sveccha), is above the realm of mere knowledge (asamj
24a), brings happiness to others (moda-pradayini), . . .
. . . is Samjna's daughter (samjna-putri), is
glorious (sphurac-cchaya), is austere (tapati and tapa-karini),
is like Sri Krsna (savarnyanubhava), is a goddess (devi), is a
brahmani (vadava), gives happiness (saukhya-dayini), . . .
. . . is the younger sister of Sanaiccara (canaiccaranuja), is
glorious (kila), increases the glory of the moon-god's dynasty
(candra-vamca-vivardhini), married into the moon-god's dynasty
(candra-vamca-vadhu), is glorious like the moon (candra), is
Candravali's friend (candravali-sahayini), . . .
. . . is glorious like the moon (candravati, candra-lekha, and
candrakanta), is a faithful follower of Lord Krsna (anuga), is
dressed in splendid garments (amcuka), can become ferocious
(bhairavi), has a dark complexion (piggala), is fearless
(acagki), is playful (lilavati), is fragrant with agara
(agarimayi), . . .
. . . is wealthy and glorious (dhana-cri), is splendid and
fragrant (deva-gandhari), is a celestial jewel (svar-mani), is
virtuous (gun_a-vardhini), enjoys wrestling pastimes in Vraja (vraja-malla), binds Lord Krsna with ropes of love (bandha-kari),
is wonderful (vicitra), is victorious (jaya-karini), . . .
gandhari manjari todi
gurjary asavari jaya
karnati ragini gauri
. . . sings in the raga gandhara (gandhari), sings in the raga
mannjari (manjari), sings in the raga todi
(todi), sings in the raga gurjari (gurjari), sings in the raga
asavari (asavari), sings in the raga jaya (jaya), sings in the
raga karnati (karnati), sings in the raga ragini (ragini), sings
in the raga gauri (gauri), sings in the raga vairati (vairati),
sings in the raga gaura-vatika (gaura-vatika), . . .
catuc-candra kala heri
tali tala-svara gana
. . . sings in the raga catuc-candra (catuc-candra), sings in
the raga kala (kala) sings in the raga heri (heri), sings in the
raga tailaggi (tailaggi), sings in the raga vijayavati
(vijayavati), sings with graceful rhythms (tali and tala-svara),
sings beautifully (gana), sings expertly (kriya-matra-prakasini), . . .
vaicakhi cancala carur
macari ghughati ghata
. . . sings in the ragas vaicakhi (vaicakhi), cancala
(cancala), caru (caru), macari (macari), ghughati
(ghughati), ghata (ghata), vaihagari (vaihagari), sorathi
(sorathi), ica (ica), kaidari (kaidari), jala-dharika (jala-
dharika), . . .
. . . sings in the ragas kamakara-cri (kamakara-cri), kalyani
(kalyani), gauda-kalyana-micrita (gauda-kalyana-micrita), raja-
sanjivini (raja-sanjivini), hela (hela), mandari
(mandari), and kama-rupini (kama-rupini), . . .
saraggi maruti hodha
vaibhasi maggala candri
. . . sings in the ragas saraggi (saraggi), maruti (maruti),
hodha (hodha), sagari (sagari), kama-vadini (kama-vadini),
vaibhasi (vaibhasi), and maggala (maggala), is glorious like the
moon (candri), is an ornament for the rasa-dance circle (rasa-
mandala-mandana), . . .
. . . is like a Kamadhenu cow (kama-dhenu), is like a desire-
vine (kama-lata), fulfills all desires (kamada), is beautiful
(kamaniyaka), is the home of many desire trees (kalpa-vrksa-
sthali), is great (sthula), is the home of many nectar palaces
(sudha-saudha-nivasini), . . .
. . . resides in Goloka (goloka-vasini), has beautiful eyebrows
(cubhru), carries a staff (yasti-bhrd), protects the gateway
(dvara-palika), decorates Lord Krsna (crggara-prakara), is
exalted (crgga), is pure (svaccha), decorates the Lord's bed
(cayyopakarika), . . .
. . . is the Lord's companion (parsada), is served by many gopi
friends (su-sakhi-sevya), protects Sri Vrndavana (cri-vrndavana-
palika), protects the forest of Vrndavana (nikunja-bhrt),
flows through many forests (kunja-punja), is
decorated with gunja (gunjabharana-bhusita), . . .
vicakha lalita rama
. . . resides in the forest (nikunja-vasini), is
sometimes separated from Lord Krsna because He has gone to a
foreign country (prosya), flows near Govardhana Hill (govardhana-
tati-bhava), is dear to Vicakha (vicakha), is dear to Lalita
(lalita), is a goddess (rama), never becomes ill (niruja), enjoys
pastimes with Lord Krsna in the springtime (madhu-madhavi), . . .
eka naika-sakhi… cukla
maithilah kaucalah striyah
. . . is without equal (eka), has many friends (naika-sakhi), is
splendid (cukla), is surrounded by many friends (sakhi-madhya),
has a noble heart (maha-manah), is like the personified Vedas
(cruti-rupa), is like a sage (rsi-rupa), is like the girls of
Mithila (maithilah), is like the girls of Kaucala (kaucalah
striyah), . . .
. . . is like the girls of Ayodhya (ayodhya-pura-vasinyah), is
like the Yajna-sitas (yajna-sitah), is like the
Pulindas (pulindakah), is like the girls of Rama-vaikuntha (rama-
vaikuntha-vasinyah), is like the girls of Svetadvipa (cvetadvipa-
sakhi-janah), . . .
. . . is like the girls of Urdhva-vaikuntha (urdhva-vaikuntha-
vasinyah), is like the girls of Divyajita (divyajita-padacritah),
is like the girls of Lokaloka (cri-lokacala-vasinyah), is like
the friends of the goddess of fortune (cri-sakhyah), is like the
girls born from the ocean of milk (sagarodbhavah), . . .
divya adivya divyagga
. . . is like the divya-gopis (divya), is like the adivya-gopis
(adivya), is like the girls of Svargaloka (divyagga), is like the
girls that stay in many places at once (vyapta), is like the tri-
guna-vrtti-gopis (tri-guna-vrttayah), is like the bhumi-gopis
(bhumi-gopyah), is like the demigoddesses (deva-naryah), is like
the flowering vines that became gopis (latah), is like the plants
that became gopis (ausadhi-virudhah), . . .
. . . is like the Jalandharis (jalandharyah), is like the
daughters of the ocean (sindhu-sutah), is like the prthu-
barhismati girls that became gopis (prthu-barhismati-bhavah), is
like the divyambara gopis (divyambara), is like the apsaras that
became gopis (apsarasah), is like the girls of Sutalaloka that
became gopis sautalah), is like the snake-girls that became gopis
(naga-kanyakah), . . .
param dhama param brahma
paurusa prakrtih para
tata-stha guna-bhur gita
. . . is the beloved of He who is the Supreme Abode (param
dhama), is the beloved of He who is the Supreme Brahman (param
brahma), is the beloved of the Supreme Person (paurusa), is the
transcendental potency of the Supreme Personality of Godhead
(prakrtih para and tata-stha), is virtuous (guna-bhu), is
glorified in song (gita), has virtues that are beyond the touch
of the three modes of material nature (gunagunamayi), is virtuous
(guna), . . .
drstir drcya gunakari
mano buddhih pracetana
. . . is spiritual (cid-ghana), is the beloved of He who stands
at the beginning of the string of causes and effects (sad-asan-
mala), has transcendental vision (drsti), is beautiful (drcya),
is virtuous (gunakari), is the beloved of He who is the origin of
the mahat-tattva (mahat-tattvam), is the beloved of He who is the origin of the false-ego (ahagkaro), is the beloved of He who is
the origin of the mind (manah), is the beloved of He who is the
origin of the intelligence (buddhi and pracetana), . . .
ceto vrttih svantaratma
vyoma-vayur ado jalam
. . . is the beloved of He who is the origin of the mind
(cetah), is the beloved of He who is the origin of action
(vrtti), is the beloved of He who is the Supersoul in everyone's
heart (svantaratma), is the beloved of He who stands beyond
wakefulness, dream, and dreamless sleep (caturthi), is the
beloved of He who is designated by the sacred syllable Om (catur-
aksara), is the beloved of He who expands as Vasudeva,
Sagkarsana, Pradyumna, and Aniruddha (catur-vyuha and catur-
murti), is the beloved of he who stays in the spiritual sky
(vyoma-vayu), is the beloved of He who stays is the ocean at the
bottom of the material universe (ado jalam), . . .
mahi cabdo raso gandhah
sparco rupam anekadha
jnanam jnanendriyam dvidha
. . . is the beloved of He who is the origin of the earth
(mahi), is the beloved of He who is the origin of sound (cabda),
is the beloved of He who is the origin of taste (rasa), is the
beloved of He who is the origin of smell (gandha), is the beloved
of He who is the origin of touch (sparca), is the beloved of He
who is the origin of form (rupam), is the beloved of He who
appears in many forms (anekadha), is the beloved of He who is the
origin of the working senses (karmendriyam), is the beloved of He
who is the origin of action (karmamayi), is the beloved of He who
is the origin of knowledge (jnanam), is the beloved of He
who is the origin of the knowledge-acquiring senses (j
24anendriyam), is the beloved of He who appears in two features
(dvidha), . . .
. . .is the beloved of He who appears in three features
(tridha), is the beloved of He who appears as the adhibhautika-
purusa (ahibhutam), is the beloved of He who appears as the
adhyatma-purusa (adhyatmam), is the beloved of He who appears as the adhidaiva-purusa (adhidaivam), is the beloved of He who is
the original creator (adhisthitam), is the beloved of He who is
the master of knowledge (jnana-cakti), is the beloved of
He who is the master of pious deeds (kriya-cakti), is the beloved
of He who is the master of all the demigods (sarva-
devadhidevata), . . .
crutih smrtir veda-murtih
. . . is the beloved of He who is the supreme truth (tattva-
saggha), is the beloved of He who is the universal form (virag-
murti), is the beloved of He who is the supreme object of
meditation (dharana and dharanamayi), is the beloved of He who is
the object of the Sruti-castra (cruti), is the beloved of He who
is the object of the Smrti-castra (smrti), is the beloved of He
who is the Vedas personified (veda-murti), is the beloved of He
who who is glorified by the samhitas (samhita), is the beloved of
He who is glorified by the Garga-samhita (garga-samhita), . . .
paracari saiva srstih
. . . is the beloved of He who appeared as Paracara's son
(paracari), is the beloved of He who is the original creator
(srsti and vidhatrka), is the beloved of He who is the original
paramahamsa (parahamsi), is the beloved of He who is worshiped by
Yajnavalkya (yajnavalki), is the beloved of the
Supreme Personality of Godhead (bhagavati), is the beloved of He
who is worshiped in Srimad-Bhagavatam (crimad-bhagavatarcita), . . .
. . . is the beloved of He who is glorified in the Ramayana
(ramayanamayi0, is the beloved of He who is the most handsome
(ramya), is the beloved of He who the ancient Supreme Person
(purana-purusa-priya and purana-murti), is pure and sacred
(punyagga), is the Vedas personified (castra-murti), is exalted
(mahonnata), . . .
manisa dhisana buddhir
vani dhih cemusi matih
. . . is wise and thoughtful (manisa), is eloquent (dhisana and
vani), is intelligent (buddhi, dhih, cemusi, and mati), chants
the gayatri mantra (gayatri and veda-savitri), is transcendental
(brahmani and brahma-laksana), . . .
durgarpana sati satya
arya daksayani daksi
. . . is difficutl to approach (durga), is a great devotee of
Lord Krsna (arpana), is saintly (sati and satya), is born from a
mountain (parvati), is sometimes ferocious (candika), is
sometimes filled with maternal love (ambika), is noble-hearted
(arya), is expert (daksayani and daksi), is dear to she who
destroyed the Daksa-yajna (daksa-yajna-
vighatini), . . .
vayuna dharini dhanya
. . . is dear to Puloma Muni's daughter (pulomaja), is dear to
Saci (caci and indrani), is a goddess (devi), was offered in
marriage to Lord Krsna, the master of the demigods (deva-
vararpita), is the object of Vayu's meditation (vayuna dharini),
is glorious (dhanya), flows as swiftly as the wind (vayavi and
vayu-vega-ga), . . .
samnja chaya sphurad-dyutih
. . . is Yamaraja's younger sister (yamanuja), sometimes visits
Samyamani-pura (samyamani), is dear to Samjna (sam
24ja), is dear to Chaya (chaya), is glorious (sphurad-dyuti),
is splendid with many jewels (ratna-devi and ratna-vrnda), is
splendid as a star (tara), is the daughtrer of the sun-god
(tarani-mandala), . . .
rucih cantih ksama cobha
daya daksa dyutis trapa
tala-tustir vibha pustih
. . . is glorious (ruci), peaceful (canti), patient (ksama),
beautiful (cobha), merciful (daya), expert (daksa), splendid
(dyuti), shy (trapa), satisfied with a handful (tala-tusti),
glorious (vibha), exalted (pusti), satisfied (santusti), glorious
(pusta-bhavana), . . .
. . . sometimes has four arms (catur-bhuja), has beautiful eyes
(caru-netra), sometimes has two arms (dvi-bhuja), sometimes has
eight arms (asta-bhuja), is delicate (abala), holds a conchshell
in her hand (cagkha-hasta), holds a lotus in her hand (padma-
hasta), holds a cakra in her hand (cakra-hasta), holds a club
(gada-dhara), . . .
. . . carries a quiver of arrows (nisagga-dharini), holds a
sword and chield in her hands (carma- khadga-pani), holds a bow
(dhanur-dhara), shoots many arrows with a loud sound (dhanus-
tagkarani), is a great warrior (yodhi), destroys the demonic
armies (daityodbhata-vinacini), . . .
. . . rides on a chariot (ratha-stha), rides on Garuda
(garudarudha), stays in Lord Krsna's heart (cri-krsna-hrdaya-
sthita), is the beloved of Lord Krsna, who plays the flute
(vamci-dhara), stays by Lord Krsna (krsna-vesa), is decorated
with a garland of flowers (sragvini), is decorated with a garland
of forest flowers (vana-malini), . . .
. . . wears a crown (kirita-dharini), travels to many places
(yana), walks gracefully (manda-manda-gati and gati), is splendid
as millions of moons (candra-koti-pratikaca), is slender (tanvi),
is delicate (komala-vigraha), . . .
bhaismi bhisma-suta bhima
satya bhadra sudaksina
. . . is dear to Rukmini (bhaismi, bhisma-suta, bhima, rukmini,
and rukma-rupini), is dear to Satyabhama (satyabhama), is dear to
Jambavati (jambavati), is dear to Satya (satya), is dear to
Bhadra (bhadra), is dear to Sudaksina (sudaksina), . . .
crgga-bhuh crgga-da khaga
. . . is dear to Mitravinda (mitravinda), is dear to the gopis
(sakhi-vrnda), is a flag decorating Vrndavana (vrndaranya-
dhvaja), is exalted (urdhvaga), is expert at decorating Radha and
Krsna (crggara-karini), is exalted (crgga, crgga-bhuh, and crgga-
da), is a goddess (khaga), . . .
titikseksa smrtih spardha
sprha craddha sva-nirvrtih
ica trsna bhida pritir
himsa yacna klama krsih
. . . is tolerant (titiksa), had beautiful eyes (iksa), is
thoughtful (smrti), competes to attain Lord Krsna (spardha),
yearns to attain Lord Krsna (sprha), trusts Lord Krsna (craddha),
is happy (sva-nirvrti), is a goddess (ica), thirsts to attain
Lord Krsna (trsna), is sometimes separated from Lord Krsna
(bhida), loves Lord Krsna (priti), is sometimes ferocious
(himsa), begs to attain Lord Krsna (yacna), is sometimes
fatigued (klama), is attracted to Lord Krsna (krsi), . . .
aca nidra yoga-nidra
nistha pratistha samitih
. . . hopes to attain Lord Krsna (aca), sometimes sleeps
(nidra), sleeps in a mystic trance (yoga-nidra) is a yogini
(yogini and yogadanuga), has faith in Lord Krsna (nistha), takes
shelter of Lord Krsna (pratistha), is peaceful (samiti), is
situated in transcendental goodness (sattva-prakrti), is exalted
(uttama), . . .
kriyakriya krtir glanih
sattviky adhyatmiki vrsa
. . . sometimes appears to they who are in the mode of darkness
(tamah-prakrti), sometimes is ferocious (durmarsi), sometimes
appears to they who are in the mode of passion (rajah-prakrti),
is humble (anati), sometimes is active (kriya), sometimes is
nactive (akriya), is saintly (krti), destroys the impious
(glani), sometimes appears to they who are in the mode of
goodness (sattviki), is spiritual (adhyatmiki), is religion
personified (vrsa), . . .
nagari nagari naga
. . . is the crest-jewel of devotees (seva-cikha-mani), is
exalted (vrddhi), calls out to Lord Krsna in her prayers (ahuti),
has a dark complexion (piggalodbhava), is a river that speaks the
language of snakes (naga-bhasa), is a river decorated with snakes
(naga-bhusa), is a graceful and beautiful gopi (nagari and
nagari), is a river with many trees on its shore (naga), . . .