Ramcharit Charcha CXL

II Shree Guruvey Namah II

Jai Shri Ram,

II Sri Ram jai Ram Jai Jai Ram II
II Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram II
II Sri ram Jai Ram jai jai Ram II

जब हरि माया दूरि निवारी। नहिं तहँ रमा न राजकुमारी।।
तब मुनि अति सभीत हरि चरना। गहे पाहि प्रनतारति हरना।।
मृषा होउ मम श्राप कृपाला। मम इच्छा कह दीनदयाला।।
मैं दुर्बचन कहे बहुतेरे। कह मुनि पाप मिटिहिं किमि मेरे।।
जपहु जाइ संकर सत नामा। होइहि हृदयँ तुरंत बिश्रामा।।
कोउ नहिं सिव समान प्रिय मोरें। असि परतीति तजहु जनि भोरें।।
जेहि पर कृपा न करहिं पुरारी। सो न पाव मुनि भगति हमारी।।
अस उर धरि महि बिचरहु जाई। अब न तुम्हहि माया निअराई।।
दो0-बहुबिधि मुनिहि प्रबोधि प्रभु तब भए अंतरधान।।
सत्यलोक नारद चले करत राम गुन गान।।138।।

We covered up to Doha 138 of Balkand in Ramcharit Manas of Tulsidas in the last post and learned that Muni Narad has now become totally free from the influence of Maya of Lord Hari and is ashamed of what he uttered before Him but Lord Hari has comforted Narad and has suggested means of regaining peace. Narad who is now relieved of burden of Kaam (desires), Krodh (anger), Moha (delusion) and Shoak (remorse) has moved away singing glories of Ram (this is what has to happen with Darshan of Lord Hari i e with looking at Him and knowing what He stands for).

The Ganas of Har (Shiv) saw Narad going on the way in a very happy mood and without any psychic confusion of any kind. The two then approached Narad with caution and respect and holding his feet spoke with humility, “O Great Sage, we are not Vipras (learned Brahmins)but are Ganas of Shiv, we have committed wrong deeds (of ridiculing you etc) and have got back what we deserved (by way of your curse), O Benevolent One, you may rid us of the curse showing your grace.”

The compassionate Narad Muni (the Sadhus can never harm a person even when angry and cursing) then told the Ganas, “you two would have to become Nishichar (demons) but you will have opulence and great influence as well as would be enormously powerful. You will then conquer the world with your physical strength and Lord Vishnu will assume human form at the same very place as you would be and at the same time when you would be there in the world. Lord Hari (Vishnu) will then kill you with His own hands and therefore you would naturally get Mukti i e liberation from cycle of birth and death.”

With the words of Narad the two got relieved and bowed down at the feet of Narad (they became relieved because Narad told them about how they were going to be killed, getting killed by Lord Vishnu is a fortunate thing to happen as in such a case the Mukti/Moksha come as reward).

Rishi Yagyavalkya tells Muni Bhardwaj that in a certain Kalpa (time cycle) Lord had taken avatar as a human for the reason just told. Lord Hari is always ready to gladden the hearts of gods, is ever ready to give comforts and delight to virtuous people and remains always engaged in lightening the burden of earth.

(When we look back in the known history of world we realize that nature has always been balancing itself, the noble people some how get out of trouble and the forces which create havoc on earth get defeated. It is God who ensures it while the ordinary mortals may have lost heart, got disillusioned and gone weaker in strength but a saviour appears and circumstances so change that worst of the situations improve, while no organization or person can claim to be guiding the affairs consciously.)

हर गन मुनिहि जात पथ देखी। बिगतमोह मन हरष बिसेषी।।
अति सभीत नारद पहिं आए। गहि पद आरत बचन सुनाए।।
हर गन हम न बिप्र मुनिराया। बड़ अपराध कीन्ह फल पाया।।
श्राप अनुग्रह करहु कृपाला। बोले नारद दीनदयाला।।
निसिचर जाइ होहु तुम्ह दोऊ। बैभव बिपुल तेज बल होऊ।।
भुजबल बिस्व जितब तुम्ह जहिआ। धरिहहिं बिष्नु मनुज तनु तहिआ।
समर मरन हरि हाथ तुम्हारा। होइहहु मुकुत न पुनि संसारा।।
चले जुगल मुनि पद सिर नाई। भए निसाचर कालहि पाई।।
दो0-एक कलप एहि हेतु प्रभु लीन्ह मनुज अवतार।
सुर रंजन सज्जन सुखद हरि भंजन भुबि भार।।139।।

Bhavani Shankar Ki Jai!
Prabhu Shri Ram Ki Jai!
Sant Samaaj ki jai!
Goswami Tulsidas ki jai!


Krishna Khandelwal


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