Smara Re Bhagavatam

Smara Re Bhagavatam has been curated to bring to the listeners, the bliss of Bhagavatam with the sweetness of Madhurageethams. Madhurageethams are Divine Compositions by HH Maharanyam Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji. These kirtans have been matched with slokas from Srimad Bhagavatam, taking us through the story line from the 1st canto upto the 12th canto. Musicians, dancers, rhetoricians and artists from around the world have come together to bring to you this most unique compilation of 108 kirtans.

1. Bhagyavasathal:

We begin this series with Guru Vandanam, offering salutations to the Lotus Feet of Guru Maharaj. Guru – the sole refuge for all, is God Himself, who has taken a human form out of compassion. Out of causeless mercy and love, He showers Grace on all. He is the brilliant sun who dispels the darkness of ignorance from our lives. He has come as that ray of hope in this Kali Yuga, to bestow Nama to us, as the simplest and sweetest way to attain Bhagavan. He sanctifies this earth by being immersed every single second in the bliss of Nama Sankirtan, Srimad Bhagavatam and Yugala Pooja. 

We offer our Pranams to the all-compassionate Guru who is our only solace in this world, beseeching Him to bestow all auspiciousness, satsanga, Nama ruchi and Guru bhakti on all of us.


2. Bhagavatam Pathatha:

To guide each and everyone of us in the path of Sanathana Dharma, we have been blessed with Itihasas and Puranas too, apart from Vedas. Among all puranas, Srimad Bhagavatam, bestowed by Sri Veda Vyasa Maharishi, and told by Sri Shuka Maharishi, is considered the most glorious. Srimad Bhagavatam not only wipes away all sorrows of this material world, but is also the easiest path towards moksha (liberation). Srimad Bhagavatam teaches us Bhagavata Dharma and Nama Kirtan, the only hope for us in Kaliyuga. Srimad Bhagavatam is the means to completely eliminate the daunting fears of this material world. In Srimad Bhagavatha Mahatmyam, Sanath Kumaras tell Sage Narada, ‘Every home where Srimad Bhagavatam is recited everyday transforms into a holy kshetra, redeeming its residents of all sins. Those who desire to attain the Supreme state, should attempt to chant one verse, or at least part of a verse from Srimad Bhagavatam.’

Sri Swamiji, in this kirtan wishes for Srimad Bhagavatam to be celebrated in every home, to be worshipped every day to be fondly remembered every moment and salutations offered to Bhagavan with every verse chanted.


3. Srimad Bhagavatam Swayam Harireva:

When Bhagavan Sri Krishna decides to leave from bhooloka, Uddhava, the dearest devotee of Bhagavan is unable to accept the physical separation from His Lord. Uddhava pleads “Hey Prabho! I beseech you to consider the plight of your devotees after your disappearance. Who will they hold on to on this earth? Where will they run to for shelter?” Bhagavan, pondered on this request from Uddhava and merged into Srimad Bhagavatam with His Beloved Queen, Radha Rani. Bhagavan proclaimed to Uddhava, that Srimad Bhagavatam is Bhagavan Himself. Srimad Bhagavatam was narrated by Sri Shuka Muni out of immense compassion to redeem those in Kaliyuga, of all sins. Srimad Bhagavatam shines brightest amidst all puranas. The holy scripture imparts jnana (wisdom), vairagya (dispassion) and bhakti (devotion) to those who read with shraddha (sincerity).

Celebrated by Mahatmas, every single canto, every single chapter and every single verse of this sacred grantha repeatedly emphasizes the glory of satsanga, nama kirtan, Bhagavatha Dharma and the unconditional love that Bhagavan has for His bhaktas.


4. Kadhai Kelu Kadhai Kelu:

Among the nine ways in which one can practice bhakti according to Prahlada Maharaja, Shravanam – to listen – is listed first. Sri Swamiji says, it is out of great compassion that shravanam has been shown as a path to attain God. Listening to the Glory of Bhagavan, His Leelas and His Gunas, is the most effortless path to pursue. Other ways of bhakti, such as singing, performing Poojas, offering prostrations, would require some effort. But listening is undemanding. In fact, our ears do not even require the slightest trouble of opening or shutting, like the lids of our eyes do. In this kirtan, Sri Swamiji gently invokes us to listen to Bhagavath Katha. The song tells us that the purpose of Bhagavan’s incarnations, is to live amidst mankind, to inspire and to allow them to imbibe all the great qualities He embodies. Sri Swamiji extols the virtues of listening to the glories of Bhagavan, and sings about paying careful attention to Mahatmas and Sadhus who expound Hari katha with bhakti and dispassion.

Srimad Bhagavatam begins with an assemblage of Maharishis, gathered at Naimisharanyam to perform a yajna, requesting Sri Suta to expound Srimad Bhagavatam to them. It is in fact said that the yajna was only a pretext to gather, while the actual intention was to listen to Hari Katha from a great exponent.


5. Vyasarai  Thudhithiduvom:

Born to blessed parents Sri Parasara Maharishi and Sri Satyavati; the great grandson of Sage Vasishta, Sri Veda Vyasa is an incarnation of Lord Narayana Himself. Sri Veda Vyasa Maharishi – the benevolent sage who chronicled Srimad Bhagavatam is renowned as the compiler of the Vedas, Brahma Sutras, Upanishads, Puranas, Mahabharata. ‘Vyaasocchishtam jagat sarvam’ – all that we know of our scriptures and epics today is left to us by the great Sri Veda Vyasa. Despite having compiled all of these great works, Sri Vyasa felt unsettled and dissatisfied. He contemplates on the reason for his discontentment and wonders whether it arose from the fact that, despite all of his works, there was a group of people that were left unserved. His concern was regarding us, the people of Kali Yuga. All of His works till then spoke of many paths full of tough norms and rigid practices to reach Bhagavan, but none spoke of the path of Bhakti in detail. Bhakti – Devotion – which would be the simplest and most universal path for all. After His meeting with Sage Narada, who initiated him to give a divine present for the present era, He blessed the 18000 slokas of Srimad Bhagavatam, that talk about the glory of Bhagavan’s leelas and Bhagavata Dharma, and passed on this crown jewel of all Puranas, Srimad Bhagavatam to His son, Sri Shukha. Sri Shuka’s narration of it to King Parikshit, is what we read today. We offer our obeisance to the great Vyasa Bhagavan!


6. Naradarai  Panindiduvom:

Sage Narada is the son of Sri Brahma. Forever singing the divine names of Bhagavan as he plays his Tumburu Veena, he leads us to God by showing and practising the path of Bhagavata Dharma. He has the boon to freely transit between all three lokas. While it was the all-compassionate Sri Veda Vyasa who gave us Srimad Bhagavatam to elucidate the simple and sweet path of Bhagavatha Dharma, it was Sage Narada who urged Sri Veda Vyasa to bless the world with this Mahapurana. He humbly entreated Sri Veda Vyasa to keep in mind the people of Kali Yuga, who will be trapped in the clutches of samsara, and grant them a Grantha that advises a sure path, one that certainly takes us to the Supreme, yet one that is without any norms or rules to attain Bhagavan. Sage Narada who has given us the bhakti sutras, is the embodiment of Bhakti. Time and again, we observe in our scriptures that Sage Narada, out of infinite grace and kindness, is present right at that very moment when a devotee sincerely seeks God. It is He, who initiated by Bhakti Devi, performed Srimad Bhagavatha Sapthaha Yajnam in bhooloka at the banks of the River Ganga, because of which millions of sapthahams are performed by bhaktas all through the year till this date. Hence, in this kirtan, Sri Swamiji asks us to join Him in offering prostrations to the great Sage Narada to bestow us with bhakti.


7. Un Kripayindri:

Sri Suta begins his narration of Srimad Bhagavatam with the state of affairs around the end of the Mahabharata war at Kurukshetra. The Pandavas look up to Bhagavan with hearts filled with gratitude. They know it was because of Bhagavan Sri Krishna’s causeless mercy and steadfastness that they were victorious in war. Sri Dronacharaya’s son Ashwatthama, after having been humiliated by Arjuna, releases the Brahmastra to bring an end to the entire Pandava clan. This powerful weapon rushed towards the womb of pregnant Utthara, the wife of Abhimanyu. Utthara surrendered to Lord Krishna, seeking His protection. Bhagavan protected the child in her womb, and the entire Pandava clan from the Brahmastra. In deep gratitude following this. The blessed Mother of the Pandavas and Bhagavan Sri Krishna’s aunt, Kunti Devi, sings Bhagavan’s praise. She recounts the innumerable occasions when Bhagavan had come to deliver them from the several dangers that befell. Bhagavan did not hesitate even for a moment. He immediately assumed full responsibility to protect them all as He knew they were holding on to Him with complete trust and total surrender. Kunti Devi says, everything that has happened – both happiness and sorrow, good and bad, is solely Bhagavan’s Krupa. She in fact goes on to say, having experienced the warmth of Bhagavan’s embrace during difficult times and having been sheltered under the armour of His Grace, she wishes for more troubles to come to them so they may be able to experience that love again and again.


8. Bhishma Pitamaham Pranamami :

Sri Bhishmacharya, who had to take the side of Kauravas due to a vow, lay defeated in a bed of arrows at the battlefield. The Great Bhishma Pitamaha always stood by dharma, and even as he was lying in his death-bed, he gave profound instructions to Yudhishthira on statecraft and responsibilities of a king. When asked what in his opinion is the greatest dharma, what is the japa that a living being should do to be free from the shackles of samsara, Sri Bhishmacharya, bestowed the Vishnu Sahasranama, declaring that chanting the Divine Names of Lord Vishnu is the way to free oneself from material bondage. Bhishmacharya, who was blessed with the boon to choose his time of death, decides to leave his mortal coil when Bhagavan was by his side, with His eyes fixed on Bhagavan Sri Krishna, singing His praise till His very last moment. Salutations to that great Acharya who pronounced Bhagavatha Dharma as the greatest path to God.


9. Matri Vaitha Padathil:

Bhishma, the son of King Shantanu was a great Yogiswara. Bhishma was a great warrior who terrorised his opponents in the battlefield. Bhishma who had such a majestic personality, nurtured a tender affection in his heart for Lord Sri Krishna. As Sri Bhishma was about to leave his mortal coil, with his glance fixed on Bhagavan, begins to pray. Sri Swamiji in this most beautiful Madhurageetham sings this moving prayer by Bhishma who pleads for His mind to be constantly fixed on the Lotus Feet of Bhagavan Sri Krishna. Bhagavan considered the sweet calves of Brindavan as his own and tended to them and protected them. Sri Swamiji prays to that cowherd boy Sri Krishna to take Him too, unto Bhagavan’s fold. Sri Swamiji is enthralled by the galvanizing eyes, mesmerizing smile, captivating charm and the countless virtues of Bhagavan; and above all, totally moved by the manner in which Bhagavan always takes the side of His devotees.


10. Un Katchi Mattume:

As Bhishmacharya’s unswerving mind begins to meditate on the most beautiful Sri Krishna, He describes Bhagavan’s delightful form. Sri Swamiji, in this Madhurageetham, sings of that enchanting form with the most beautiful words, full of rasa. He blissfully relishes Bhagavan’s dark-hued complexion, curly tresses, peacock feather adorning His head, mellifluous tunes from His Flute, the cows that never leave the proximity of His Holy Feet, the blue radiance from him that shines brilliantly across Brindavan – clad in yellow silk fabric, donning a garland made of five different flowers, sporting a mesmerising smile that lingers in the heart, may this form of my Lord alone rule my Heart.


11. Parithavitha Parikshithum:


Sri Swamiji celebrates the glory of Srimad Bhagavatam in this kirtan by saying how Parikshit Maharaja attained the Supreme state by listening to Srimad Bhagavatam from Sri Shuka Maharishi.

Sri Swamiji says the stories of Bhagavan Sri Hari are unparalleled because they can bestow that Vaikunta which is difficult to attain even after years and years of intense tapas. 



12. Solla Solla ParakkudhadA:

After King Parikshit was cursed that he would be bitten by a snake in seven days, he renounced his kingdom and went to the banks of Ganga to fast until death, with a sincere quest to attain Bhagavan. When the seeker’s yearning is true, Bhagavan Himself sends the Guru. Sri Shukhacharya himself came in search of Parikshit. Parikshit offered respectful obeisances to him, and explaining his predicament prayed to him to show him the way to attain Bhagavan in the time that was left. Parikshit was blessed by the all compassionate Lord, with the greatest fortune of listening to Srimad Bhagavatam from the great Sri Shukhacharya himself. When Sri Sukhacharya started narrating Srimad Bhagavatam to Parikshit, he emphasized the greatness of the Divine Names of God. He says, constantly chanting the Divine Names of Bhagavan, is the most certain, fearless and doubtless path for all – be it those who have no worldly desires, or those who have all worldly desires.

Sri Swamiji in this kirtan sings how Nama kirtan effortlessly drives all our sins away, removes all troubles from our path, bestows the greatest blessings on us, and fills us with peace and bliss.


13. Agaccha Agaccha Sajjana Sangam:

In the third canto of Srimad Bhagavatam, we find the most profound teachings of Sri Kapila Vasudeva. Lord Kapila, an incarnation of Bhagavan Himself, was born to Sri Kardama Muni and Sri Devahuti to establish the saankhya marga. Extremely pleased that the Lord Himself was born to them, Kardama muni seeks Lord Kapila’s blessings to renounce and pursue his search for the Supreme. Sri Devahuti, fully aware of the Greatness of Lord Kapila, requests Him to give her spiritual instructions. Lord Kapila explains the glory of satsang to her. He says one should pray to Bhagavan for satsanga, because it is the association of sadhus that brings all goodness and prosperity. In satsanga, one listens to the stories of Bhagavan and his bhaktas, which gradually fixes one’s mind on God and helps one advance towards attaining God realization. It is in satsanga that one’s spiritual journey begins.

In this kirtan, Sri Swamiji sings about the greatness of satsanga, as he simultaneously warns us of the perils of being in the association of the evil-minded.


14. Ethunai Murai Nan:

As Lord Kapila Vasudeva explains various philosophies to his mother Devahuti, he very movingly describes the agony undergone by a jeeva in the mother’s womb. Pained and troubled by the microbes and body fluids that surround, the child remains trapped like a bird in a cage, without freedom of movement. At that time, the jeeva remembers all the wrongdoings and sufferings of hundreds of previous janmas, and repents. Having failed yet again to get liberated from the repeated cycle of birth and death, the child prays to Bagavan to protect from being born again. Sri Swamiji, in this Madhurageetham, sings about how all living beings who are caught in this ocean of samsara, are striving to either reach ashore or at the least, live in peace amidst this turbulent ocean. He pleads to Bhagavan to help us reach ashore by saying (saTrE) karai sErtthiDuvAy, with the word ‘satre’ signifying how this is a great ordeal when we trust our own effort, but is a child’s play for Bhagavan. He also stresses the fact that it is only by the compassion of Bhagavan, can one be relieved from this cycle.


15. Dakshinyam Kuru Me Dakshayani :

The beginning of the fourth canto of Srimad Bhagavatam narrates the charitram of Dakshayani, the divine consort of Lord Shiva. Dakshayani’s father Dakshs organized a yajna to which all Gods, except Shiva, were invited. Wanting to visit her paternal home, Dakshayani, known as Sati Devi reasoned to Lord Shiva that the formality of invitation was not very necessary in a family event. Lord Shiva tried to stop her as he knew that Daksha will humiliate her, but when she was not convinced, he sent her with an escort of his attendants. Daksha was furious at her uninvited arrival and humiliated her and mocked Lord Shiva. Wanting to break all ties with her father and uphold the honour of her husband, Sati Devi celebrated the virtues of her husband and immolated herself. She later appeared as the daughter of the mountain king and married Lord Siva. Sri Swamiji beautifully sings in praise of the pure and virtuous Dakshayani.


16. Pirar Nindayum Vendam:

Dhruva’s mother gave the wisest counsel to her son Dhruva. “Dhruva, all that we experience is a result of our karma, our doings of the past. It is incorrect to hold anyone else responsible for our sorrows. It is only the Universal Father Bhagavan Sri Vishnu and the universal mother, his consort Sri Mahalakshmi who is our sole refuge. Surrender to Bhagavan and call out to Him in prayer”, she said. In this kirtan, Sri Swamiji conveys this beautiful upadesa of Sunithi by instructing the tongue to refrain from involving in small talk, arguments, blame-game and other worldly engagements, but constantly chant the Divine Names of God.



17. Unnai Kandu Kalitthavarai :

Just as his mother instructed him to go in search of God and convey his prayer to him, with no questions asked, the little boy Dhruva immediately left towards the forest with absolute determination to see God. The moment a true spiritual seeker keeps one step towards God, God advances a hundred steps towards the devotee by sending the Guru. Sri Narada himself met Dhruva on his way to the forest. Sage Narada is extremely pleased with Dhruva’s resolve and initiated him in his spiritual quest by giving him instructions and blessing him. Dhruva performed an intense penance and had darshan of Bhagavan, by his guru Sri Narada’s grace. On seeing Bhagavan, Dhruva sings a stuti in praise of Bhagavan. That Dhruva who set out as a humiliated child seeking a place on His father’s lap, by his guru’s association and blessings, attains jnana and prays for that one thing which can bestow all prayers – worldly and spiritual. Dhruva prays to Bhagavan to always be in satsanga. In the same bhaavam, Sri Swamiji prays to Bhagavan for satsang, which is the ultimate destination for all. He beautifully describes how one who is in satsang should respect the words of Sadhus as the words of God Himself. He says by following sadhus like a shadow, moving with fellow devotees in a pleasing manner one can ripen spiritually to attain wisdom.


18. Vedanta Athichudi :

In the fourth canto of Srimad Bagavatam the story of Bhagavan incarnating as Prutu Maharaja is narrated. This avatar of Pruthu Maharaja was to establish guidelines on how a king should take care of his subjects, by living those principles himself. As a king, he was very noble and taught his subjects how to lead a righteous life, how to worship sadhus with great humility, and many such virtues. When the Sanakadhi maharishis visited Prutu Maharaj’s palace, He bowed to them in reverence and got spiritual instructions from them. In that upadesha, the Sanakadhis, advised him that being indifferent to worldly matters and being devoted to Bhagavan is the means to one’s welfare. Sri Swamiji’s Vedanta Athichudi reflects this upadesa.


19. Guru Vendum :

The fifth canto of Srimad Bhagavatam, has the story of Jadabharatha. Jadabharatha, who failed to perfect his spiritual sadhana in his previous births due to downfalls, finally takes birth as a jnani and lives a live of intense tapas and austerity. The attendants of the then king Rahuguna, call Jadabharata to lend a helping hand in carrying the king’s palanaquin. When Jadabharatha walks hither and thither to stop himself from stepping on small insects on the ground, the king rebukes him. Seeing Jadabharata totally unresponsive to insult, the king is awestruck by the state in which he is in, and seeks advice from him to reach that state.  In his upadesha to the king, Jadabharata beautifully explains, “The mind is the reason for all sorrows. It desires material things and causes great harm. If we try to control it, it breaks free and gets embroiled more and more in the material world and causes sorrow. The only way to control the mind is to take surrender at the Lotus Feet of the Guru and worship the dust of his holy feet”. Sri Swamiji in this kirtan, emphatically sings that to advance in any spiritual path, the Grace of the Guru is necessary. He finally says, even if one doesn’t take the effort to pursue any spiritual sadhana, the mere love that one has for the Guru, would make one remember the Guru in the last moments of his life, which would take one to Bhagavan.


20. Nava Kolgalin Palanai :


In the fifth canto of Srimad Bhagavatam, Sri Sukhacharya describes the arrangement of all the planets and galaxies in this universe. In this kirtan, Sri Swamiji proclaims that the nine planets, stars, the devatas, time and it’s dimensions, all the shastras, itihasas, puranas, the various faiths and the several kriyas; are all manifestations of  Lord Narayana himself. The past, the present and future are nothing but His Divine Leela.



21. Thunai Endrum Namakku :

In the very beginning of the sixth canto of Srimad Bhagavatam, the greatness of the Divine Names of God is established through the story of Ajamila. Ajamila, who had committed countless sins in his lifetime, had not turned to Bhagavan even once in repentance. However, in his death bed, when the messengers from Yamaloka come to take him away to hell, he calls out to his dear son Narayana. Although Ajamila called out to his son Narayana, his son deliberately ignored his call. While Bhagavan who is the rightful owner of that Name, immediately sends his messengers to rescue the one who chanted his name, from the clutches of hell. In this kirtan, Sri Swamiji categorically declares that the Name of God is our only true companion. Once we take birth in this ocean called samsara, our life faces the turbulence of this material world, like a boat would in a stormy sea. At such moments, the divine name bestowed to us by our compassionate Guru is our sole companion which will ensure that we reach ashore. Sri Swamiji says, the Name of God, is the representative for Bhagavan Himself.


22. Thappu Thappu Thappu:

Having been delivered by Bhagavan’s messengers, for no merit of his, Ajamila is moved and cries in repentance. Ajāmila cries: I am a shameless cheater who has brought disgrace to his clan. I am certainly the personification of sin. I am no comparison to the greatness of the Divine Names of Bhagavan, despite which I have been rescued solely due to his compassion. Srimad Bhagavatam reassures us that although it is our nature to sin, if we truly repent and chant Bhagavan’s name, seeking forgiveness, the merciful Lord forgives us irrespective of the nature or the number of sins committed. For us to learn to seek refuge at Bhagavan’s holy feet, by accepting our sins and seeking his mercy, Sri Swamiji, in this kirtan, prays to the Lord seeking forgiveness. Sri Swamiji by using the words thunindhe seidheno, durmathiyaal seidheno, arindhe seidheno aanavathal seidheno, signifies the acceptance of sins done knowingly, with full cognizance, out of evil mind and pride. By this, Sri Swamiji emphasizes the need to whole heartedly confess, than justify that some sinful deeds were committed unknowingly. He reminds us of the ways in which Ajamila, Mudgala and Kshatrabandhu were protected by chanting the names of Bhagavan, to assure us that Bhagavan Nama has the glory of redeeming all sinners however heinous the sins committed maybe.


23. Sollithan Paren Hari Namathai :

As the messengers of Bhagavan, speak at length about the power of Nama, Shuka Maharishi summarizes their upadesa to Parikshit by saying “One who desires liberation from this material world, should chant the Names of Bhagavan. All other spiritual practices require control of the mind to bear fruit. One falls out repeatedly due to inability to control the mind. It is only the path of Nama Kirtan, that cleanses one’s mind, frees it from vasanas and makes the seeker eligible to attain wisdom. Nama is the means, and the goal. 

Sri Swamiji establishes the greatness of Nama kirtan in this Madhurageetham, by saying ‘Why don’t you all try chanting Nama!’ Because he wants us to experience the impact ourselves. In the previous kirtan, to ensure that we submit our confession to Bhagavan, Sri Swamiji took examples of those who had committed innumerable sins. In this kirtan, to persuade us to chant Nama, and transform our lives for the better, Sri Swamiji, to inspire us to chant, takes examples of great bhaktas like Prahlada and Gajendra who reaped the Supreme benefit by chanting Nama.


24. Nama Mahimayai :

Ajamila mended his ways in repentance, and chanted the Divine Names of Bhagavan. He went to Haridwaar in the banks of the Ganga, gave up all material desires and chanted with one-pointed focus. Once the messengers of Bhagavan came to take him to Vaikunta, He assumed a radiant form and boarded on a vehicle made of gold in which he was taen to the Lord’s abode. That Ajamila, who had committed countless sins, and had absolutely no hope to be delivered, reached the Supreme State by calling out to the Divine Name of Bhagavan! That is the glory of Bhagavan Nama! In this Madhurageetham, Sri Swamiji calls out to all, to come and listen to Him sing the greatness of the Divine Names of God. He aptly sings about Prahlada who, being born in a clan of demons, achieved the highest state by chanting Nama. He then mentions Sage Valmiki, a nomadic hunter, who reached an exalted state by chanting Nama and went on to write the Ramayana. He also refers to Kuchela to show how Bhagavan Nama showers one with worldly comforts too. Most importantly, he talks about Ajamila to show that Nama redeems even those who have gone astray and have fallen in life. He says Hari vandu konDODi senDrAn allavo, meaning Lord Hari came and swiftly took Ajamila to His Abode – as if claiming those who chant Nama to be His Own!


25. Namam Solluvom Varir :

Having received upadesa from the messengers of Vishnu, on the glory of Bhagavan Nama, the messengers of Yama, totally bewildered, return to Yamaloka to convey this to Yama Dharmaraja. Yama tells his messengers that although he is their leader, He is not the supreme. He has been deputed by the Supreme Lord Sri Hari to perform His duty. He further advises them, “if one chants the Divine name of the Lord even once, even if it maybe with improper pronunciation, he will achieve relief from material bondage. Do not approach such devotees, for they have fully surrendered to the lotus feet of God and are always protected by Him.”

Sri Swamiji would say since it is Yama who has been appointed to receive us into the terrifying naraka loka, this verdict by Yama, is the verdict by the one in-charge. And he has declared that he would never come near those who chant Nama. Sri Swamiji, hence emphatically calls out to all of us to join Him in chanting the Mahamantra by listing all the benefits of chanting.





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