Saturday, April 29, 2017

Happy Babosa Panchami



There are many events that are celebrated every year for Babosa Maharaj. The grandest of them is the yearly 'Mingsar Utsav' or 'Mingsar Mela' which is celebrated at Babosa Maharaj's Churu Temple. It is celebrated on the day of 'mingsar shukla panchami' according to Hindu calendar, which occurs generally in November-December month. This is a special day as on this day, Babosa Maharaj was crowned as God-Power by Hanuman ji at Swarg-Loka (Heaven). To attend this celebration, thousands of devotees from different parts of world collect here. In the afternoon, a grand procession is carried out along the Churu city, and in the evening, a grand kirtan is organized which continues whole night. Devotees full with profound devotion chant and sing kirtans of Babosa Maharaj. They believe that all their wishes are granted at this kirtan. Many devotees also offer 'chappan bhog' and 'sawa mani' on the lost feet of Babosa Maharaj.

Other popular event for Babosa Maharaj is the yearly 'janmotsav' celbration. This is celebrated on 'Magh Shukla Panchami' or 'Basant Panchami' according to Hindu calendar, which occurs generally on January-February months. Babosa Maharaj is believed to have taken birth in Churu city on this auspicious day. This event is celebrated at the City of Kolkata every year. A Grand kirtan is organized in the presence of Shree Manju Baisa. Just like Mingsar Mela, Babosa Maharaj blesses thousands of devotees with His divine grace.

Apart from these main events, the fifth day of lunar-fortnight or waxing-moon (shukla paksh ki panchami) is celebrated as Babosa Maharaj's day. Devotees all over world organize 'Kirtan' and 'Bhandara' on this auspicious day. some also keep fast on this day. Some devotees keep fast on every Tuesday as a mark of devotion to Babosa Maharaj.

Others
Babosa name has a special significance. It can be broken into three words, 'BA', 'BO' and 'SA'. 'BA' signifies 'Brahma'. 'B' in 'BO' signifies 'Bishnu', where as 'O' in 'BO' signifies 'OM'. 'SA' signifies 'Shankar' prabhu. Hence, taking the essence of Brahma, Bishnu and Mahesh, BABOSA word has become just like a prayer(maha-mantra) for His devotees. Devotees believe that chanting of "OM BABOSA" with a pure heart always shows its divine effect.

This avatar of Kaliyug has commanded place in the hearts of millions of people all over the globe today. In the 'Darbar' of Shree Babosa Maharaj, all boons and wishes are granted. Whoever comes to his 'Darbar' with clean heart and faith never returns empty handed. This is the reason why everyone want to visit His temple today. Devotees feel inner peace at His temple, peace for which people spend life-long to feel it. Search for these kind of people ends at His temple, and they can hear voice straight from their heart.

Main devotee and recipient of Babosa Maharaj's power, Guru Maa shri Manju Baisa and respected Shri Prakash bhaiji are wholeheartedly devoted to His kirtan's and programs from their body and soul. Today, all over globe, people revere Shri Babosa Maharaj, people sing bhajans of Babosa Maharaj, people organize kirtan's for Babosa Maharaj, people bow their head in respect and devotion to the mighty miracles which are orchestrated daily by Babosa Maharaj.

Babosa Prathna








Everyday prayers are very important part in Hindu culture.  There are different prayers for different times & occasions.  I have given below some very important prayers which are very easy to memorize even for children.  Especially parents in US and UK can teach these prayers to their kids to imbibe rich Indian Heritage in the midst of high western influence.
Some of these prayers also act as timers e.g you know when to finish bath, morning prayer.
These prayers teach us to remain humble and indebted towards all external forces and entities which help us making our lives successful such as Mother Nature,  Mother Earth, Place where we live, parents, relatives, friends, guru etc...

Shaanti Mantram
शान्ति मंत्रम्  

ओम् सह नाववतु। सह नौ भुनक्तु।

सह वीर्यं करवावहै।

तेजसि्वनावधीतमस्तु मा विद्विषावहै।

ओम् शान्तिः , शान्तिः ,  शान्तिः 

" Om` sah naavavatu. sah nau bhunaktu. sah viiryaN karavaavahai. tejasi`vanaavadheetamastu maa vidvisshaavahai. Om` shaantih shaantih shaantih"

Meaning :

Om, may He protect us both (Teacher and taught). May He look after us to enjoy (the truits of scriptural study). May we both exert together ( to find the true meaning of the sacred text). May our studies be fruitful so that we acquire lustre. May we never quarrel with each other.

Ganesha Vandna
गणेश वन्दना 

वक्रतुण्ड महाकाय सूर्यकोटिसमप्रभा ।

निर्विघ्नं कुरु मे देव सर्वकार्येषु सर्वदा ||

"Vakratunndd mahaakaay Suryakottisamaprabhaa. NirvighnaN kuru me dev sarvakaaryesshu sarvadaa."

Meaning:

O Lord Ganesha of large body, curved trunk, with the brilliance of a million suns, please make all my work free of obstacles always.

Pratah Vandna
प्रातः वन्दना 

कराग्रे वसते लछ्मीः करमूले सरस्वती |

करमध्ये तु गोविन्द: प्रभाते करदर्शनम् || 

"Karaagre vasate Lakshmih karamoole Saraswati.  karamadhye tu Govindah prabhaate karadarshnam`."

Meaning: 

On the tips of the fingers resides Goddess Lakshmi, On the wrist resides Goddess Saraswati, In the Centre of the Palm resides Lord Govinda Himself, So every morning one should look at the palm with reverence.

Guru Vandana
गुरु वन्दना

त्वमेव माता च पिता त्वमेव,

त्वमेव बन्धुश्च सखा त्वमेव।

त्वमेव विधा द्रविणं त्वमेव,

त्वमेव सर्वं मम देव देव।

"Tvamev mata ch pitaa tvamev, tvamev bandhushch sakha tvamev. Tvamev vidhaa dravinnaN tvamev, tvamev sarvaN mam Dev Dev."

Meaning: 

You are my mother, father, brother and companion, You alone are knowledge and Prosperity. O great teacher, you mean everything to me. 

Friday, April 28, 2017

Wishing Babosa bhakt's happy Akshay Tritiya


Akshaya Tritiya is a very popular festival that the Hindus and Jains celebrate every year. It is considered as one of the most important days for Hindu community as it is the day of the birth of the Lord Parasurama. The Hindu community considers this day as a lucky day and believes that any venture such as a business or the construction of a building started on that day will follow betterment and prosperity. Akshaya Tritiya is a one day event celebrated in late April or early May. Hindus celebrate this day because, according to them, Akshaya Tritiya is the day when the great God of Wisdom, God Ganesha, started writing the epic work called "Mahabharata". It is believed that when the Pandavas were in exile the Lord presented them a bowl which was named Akshaya Tritiya. That bowl was never empty and produces an unlimited amount of food on demand.
Akshaya Tritiya is considered as the most golden day of the year because the word Akshaya means the most "Eternal" that which never diminishes. Any initiative made on that day or anything bought on that day is considered to be good fortune. The most popular activity is the buying of gold and it is believed it will be a sign of good fortune for the buyer. In the Indian culture people typically starts a new business or begins a new venture on Akshaya Tritiya. This is also one of the most popular days for weddings to take plans as the spirit of this day bids them on a very long and fulfilling life journey. It was also believed that people born in that month will be very lucky and will shine bright throughout their life.
The most popular story regarding the celebration of Akshaya Tritiya is that Lord Krishna and Sudama were friends during their childhood. Sudama was poor and he went to Krishna to ask him for some financial help or to give him money as a gift as a friend. Sudama did not have anything else except the pouch of Poha and he felt ashamed when he gave it to Krishna as he treated Poha as a king. His poor friend was overwhelmed by the hospitality shown by the Lord Krishna that he could not ask his friend for financial support which led him to go home empty-handed. When he arrived at his home he saw that his run-down hut was converted into a palace and his family was wearing royal attire. Sudama knew that this was the blessing of his friend Krishna who blessed him with more wealth than he needed or could ever imagine. This is why Akshaya Tritiya is associated with material gains.

Akshaya Tritiya is the festival, which is considered as a Golden Day for Hindus and Jains. This festival is only for Hindus and Jains, therefore not considered as a public holiday nor is celebrated anywhere else in the world.

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Babosa Lease New Life


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I am in Plastic business.

This incident occurred in Patna. I had got a plastic making machine and was trying to off load it along with some more labourers. It was so heavy that it did not budge.

So to give it support from bottom before pushing it, I started keeping some bricks around it. Suddenly I was thrown away. Then I saw that the machine rolled over and came down heavily on the ground. If I had been near it, I would have been crushed to death.

That evening when I went home , my wife related a dream of hers. Manju Baisa had came in her dream and given her a pair of red bangles(considered a symbol of long life of husband) and told her to wear it as Lord Babosa has sent it for her.

It was then I understood that it was non other than Babosa who had saved my life.

NIRMAL KOTHARI

List of Hindu Miracles

Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh has translated into English a poem by  Tamil saint Thayumanavar, who lived in southern India two hundred years ago. This gives an idea of the miracles done by Hindu saints, particularly Siddhars.

You can control a mad elephant

You can shut the mouth of bear or tiger

You can ride a lion

You can play with the cobra

You can make a living by alchemy

You can wander through the world incognito

You can make vassals of the gods

You can be ever youthful

You can walk on water

You can live in fire

You can achieve all Siddhis at home

But to control the mind is rare and difficult.

(*Tamil original is given at the end)

Controlling mind is harder than doing miracles. When a person starts doing severe penance he gets lots of temptations from the angels. (Kanchi Paramacharya says in one of his lectures that the angels hover around you and beg you to use them). Anyone who falls a prey to such temptation is trapped with women or gold or some strange desires such as building a new temple or starting a new movement or creating a Utopia. Those who ignore and go beyond that temptation will reach God.

But there are some saints, who come back from that stage to awaken the mankind. Ramakrishna Paramahamsa said that knowing that there is a big ocean of ever bliss, they rush back to the world to announce: Please Believe me, Please come with me, Please Join me to merge with the Nithya Ananda=Bliss forever.


Some examples for each category:

You can control a mad elephant

Appar did it. Uthayanan did it. Kanchi Pramacharya did it when the Mutt elephant was in ruts.

When a raging mad bull came running through a narrow lane, everyone else ran helter-skelter. Swami Vivekananda stood still and it went back the way it came.

You can shut the mouth of bear or tiger

Ramana Maharishi did it. He lived with tigers. Sastha/Ayappan did it.

Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahamsa Yogananda gives details about a Tiger Swami.

You can ride a lion

Goddess Durga did it. King Bharata (India is named after him) did it.

You can play with the cobra

All the Hindu Gods have cobra on their bodies. Hindu saints tamed cobras. They meditated in forest and anthills formed over them over the years. Cobras use ant hills as their home. A cobra entered saint Ramana’s ashram and went back when he stared at it.

You can make a living by alchemy

Adi Shankara brought rain of gold coins.

Vidyaranya got bars of gold established Hindu Empire through Harihara and Bukka.

Appar and Sambandhar got gold coins from nowhere.

You can wander through the world incognito

Krishna multiplied himself hundreds time to be with all the Gopikas at the same time. Narada travels to three different worlds incognito and suddenly appear before devotees.

You can be ever youthful

Markandeya was ever 16 years old (Is that why we call sweet sixteen?)

You can walk on water

Padma padacharya ( Lotus Footed) did it when Adi Shankara called him.

When he rushed to serve his Guru he walked on the river and lotus flowers came out to hold his feet.

You can live in fire

Adi Shankara did drink boiling iron to teach his disciples a lesson, who were blindly imitating everything he did.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Kids needs a little help, hope


Understanding your child is one of the most important things that you should learn as a parent. It is very helpful in becoming effective in guiding and nurturing your child as they grow and mature. You need to bear in mind that your child has a unique personality trait that remains consistent throughout life.
One of the ways you can understand your child is by observing them as they sleep, eat, or play. Look for the consistent traits. Which activities do they like best? Is adjusting to changes easy for them or do they need time to become familiar with these things? These things are the normal characteristics of a child and your child may not be an exception.
As much as possible, have time to talk to your children as this is crucial to gaining information and understanding. In the case of young children, they require less verbal language and more facial expression and body language in order to understand their thoughts and feelings. Asking them questions will allow them to share their feelings to you.
Self-Esteem is a major key to success in life. The development of a positive self-concept or healthy self-esteem is extremely important to the happiness and success of children and teenagers. A positive parent-child relationship provides the framework and support for a child to develop a healthy respect and regard for self and for others. Children crave time with parents. It makes them feel special. Parents are encouraged to find time to spend playing with their kids on a regular basis. This should include one to one with each child and group time with all of the adults and kids in the home. If you are a single parent or have an only child, occasionally invite family or friends over to play.
For one reason or another, some children do not develop social skills as easily as others. They may earnestly seek peer relationships and then, having endured rebuffs, if not downright cruelty, retreat to the safety of home, family, and their own company.  There is probably nothing so painful for a parent as the rejection of his child. Parents need to take the long view of social problems and to map out a plan to solve them quite as carefully and thoughtfully as they would consider academic or health problems. There are guidelines which, if followed, will help these children if the parent is willing to take time and initiative.
Most parents will encounter a few bumps in the road as their child moves from baby to teen to adult.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

NANHE BABOSA SAYS



Getting your 5 A DAY is easy. There are plenty of ways to add more fruit and vegetables to your daily meals.
Here are some ideas to get you started.

5 A DAY at breakfast

  • Add fruit to cereal, porridge or lower-fat natural yoghurt. Try a handful of berries or a chopped banana.
  • Add grilled mushrooms or tomatoes to scrambled eggs.
  • One glass (150ml) of unsweetened 100% fruit/vegetable juice or smoothie combined counts as a maximum of one portion of your 5 A DAY.

5 A DAY at lunch

  • Add some crunch to your sandwiches with lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber or grated carrots.
  • Sticks of cucumber, peppers and carrot, and cauliflower or broccoli florets are delicious with dips such as salsa or lower-fat cheese spread.
  • Add fruit and veg to your favourite meals. Try adding chopped carrots to bolognese sauce, sprinkle chopped red peppers on your pasta, or mix veg such as peas into mashed potato to make it even tastier. Add tomatoes to your omelette or mushrooms to your next stir-fry.
  • Add beans, lentils and pulses to stews, soups, bakes and salads. However much you eat, beans and pulses count as a maximum of one portion a day.

5 A DAY at dinner

  • Have a salad or vegetable side dish with your main meal. If you're having shepherd's pie, have some peas, too. If you're having a roast dinner, add some carrots or broccoli to your plate.
  • Frozen fruit and veg count towards your 5 A DAY. It only takes a couple of minutes to microwave some frozen peas, mixed vegetables or mini corn on the cob.
  • Canned fruit and veg also count. It's healthier to choose fruit canned in juice rather than sugary syrup, and veg canned in water without added salt or sugar.
  • It's easy to add fresh, frozen or canned fruit and veg to meals. Sprinkle sweetcorn or pineapple chunks on top of a thin-based pizza, or liven up soups and sauces with a handful of kidney beans, peas or sweetcorn.
  • Try making or choosing tomato or vegetable-based sauces as these are usually lower in fat than cream or cheese-based sauces.

Snacks and your 5 A DAY

  • Swap sugary snacks, such as biscuits, for a piece of fruit. 

Why 5 A DAY?

Fruit and vegetables are part of a healthy, balanced diet and can help us stay healthy. It's important that we eat enough of them.
Evidence shows there are significant health benefits to getting at least five 80g portions of a variety of fruit and vegetables every day. That's five portions of fruit and veg in total, not five portions of each.
The 5 A DAY campaign is based on advice from the World Health Organization, which recommends eating a minimum of 400g of fruit and vegetables a day to lower the risk of serious health problems, such as heart diseases , stroke and some cancers.

Five reasons to eat five portions of fruit and veg

  • Fruit and vegetables are a good source of vitamins and minerals, including folate, vitamin C and potassium.
  • They're an excellent source of dietary fibre, which can help to maintain a healthy gut and prevent constipation and other digestion problems. A diet high in fibre can also reduce your risk of bowel cancer.
  • They can help to reduce your risk of heart diseses, stroke and some cancers.
  • Fruit and vegetables contribute to a healthy balanced diet.
  • Fruit and vegetables taste delicious and there's so much variety to choose from.
Fruit and vegetables are also usually low in fat and calories (provided you don't fry them or roast them in lots of oil). That's why eating them can help you maintain a healthy weight and keep your heart healthy.
To get the most out of your 5 A DAY, your five portions should include a variety of fruit and vegetables. This is because different fruits and vegetables contain different combinations of fibre, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
Almost all fruit and vegetables count towards your 5 A DAY. They can be fresh, frozen, canned, dried or juiced. Potatoes, yams and cassava don't count, because they mainly contribute starch to the diet.


Saturday, April 22, 2017

Miracles of Lord Babosa. 2



I am a devotee of Lord Babosa. I chant Babosa Chalisa atleast 70 to 100 times every day. I do it while

 performing my day to day chores like cooking, walking, etc. I am giving belowan instance that 

occurred in May 2016. I used to take my son Om Sancheti for swimming classes. That day also I took

him there. After swimming in 6-12 feet water Om was resting on the fringe of the pool for sometime. 

At that time his coach said that they should swim in only that much deep water that day and told him

 to go from there. At that time also I was chanting Babosa Chalisa. Suddenly I started feeling very

 anxious for no reason. As soon as Om moved from his resting place, the grill of the iron staircase 

above, crashed down in that place. Om shouted that Lord Babosa had saved him that day. "Oh! Lord 

Babosa! keep showering your grace upon us always like this.







JYOTI SANCHETI


Friday, April 21, 2017

BABOSA BHAJAN CHURU WAALA

Please visit Bhajansagar youtube channel to listen this beautiful bhajan

Babosa जब मेरे साथ है,
हमको डरने की क्या बात है ।
इसके रहते कोई कुछ कहे,
बोलो किसकी यह औकात है ॥

छाये काली घटाए तो क्या,
इसकी छतरी के नीचे हूँ मैं ।
आगे आगे यह चलता मेरे,
मेरे मालिक के पीछे हम मैं ।
इसने पकड़ा मेरा हाथ है,
मुझको डरने की क्या बात है ॥

इसकी महिमा का वर्णन करू,
मेरी वाणी में वो दम नहीं ।
जब से इसका सहारा मिला 
फिर सताए कोई गम नहीं ।
बाबा करता करामत है
हमको डरने की क्या बात है ॥

क्यों मैं भटकू यहाँ से वहां
इसके चरणों में है बैठना ।
झूठे स्वार्थ के रिश्ते सभी,
कहना से है रिश्ता बना ।
ये करता मुलाकात है,
हमको डरने की क्या बात है ॥

जहां आनद की लगती झड़ी,
ऐसी महफ़िल सजता है ये ।
‘बिन्नू’ क्यों ना दीवाना बने,
ऐसे जलवे दिखता है ये ।
दिल चुराने में विख्यात है,
हमको डरने की क्या बात है ॥

Goddess Lakshmi Sawari Owl at Babosa Dham



Many of the main Indian Gods and Goddesses (Devas and Devis) have their own vehicles, mounts or vahanas that comprise various types of animals and birds. While this seems peculiar at first glance, there is a deep inner significance behind their choosing particularly those vahanas 


The significance of the Owl 

The Owl, or the Ulooka in Sanskrit, is Devi Lakshmi's vahana. Though this bird appears to be the unlikeliest vehicle for the extremely lovely Goddess, there is a deep spiritual significance as to why she selected this creature as her mount.
The Ulooka is a bird that sleeps during the day and prowls through the night. This is because it can only see in the dark, and goes blind in the day. This partial blindness in the creature is actually indicative of a sadhaka's (seeker) tendency of going toward the pursuit of secular instead of spiritual wealth. 

The owl, in the Bhagavad Gita, is likened to an enlightened sthita prajna (the one who remains unwavering to any situation, whether it be happy or sad). Goddess Lakshmi is also said to be the mistress of spiritual wisdom. 

By keeping the owl as her vehicle, she teaches us to open our eyes to the light of the wisdom residing within us. This Karunamayi (compassionate One) Mother, hence, symbolically keeps ignorance under her control. 


In India, a white owl is considered companion and vāhana (Vehicle of god/goddess) of Lakṣmī, the goddess of wealth, Some sculptures depict lakshmi with an owl as her vaahana (carrier). This oddity can be appreciated when the symbology is unravelled. In Sanskrit, Uluka stands for an owl. Uluka is also one of the names of lndra, the king of gods, personifying wealth, power and glory. Thus, Lakshmi, the goddess of fortune, could not have found a better person to ride on, than the king of gods. This comparison of Indra's glory to a partially blind and uncouth bird warns the seekers of secular instead of spiritual wealth. When the owl is compared to the sthitha prajna, the enlightened person described in Bhagavadgita (Ch.2.69), the symbol means that Lakshmi is the mistress of spiritual wisdom. Another interpretation is "Shut not thy eyes to the light of wisdom from the Sun of knowledge". Out of consideration for mankind, the all compassionate mother has kept this personification of ignorance under her control. 
Goddess Lakshmi means Good Luck to Hindus. The word 'Lakshmi' is derived from the Sanskrit word "Laksya", meaning 'aim' or 'goal', and she is the goddess of wealth and prosperity, both material and spiritual.

Lakshmi is the household goddess of most Hindu families, and a favorite of women. Although she is worshiped daily, the festive month of October is Lakshmi's special month. Lakshmi Puja is celebrated on the full moon night of Kojagari Purnima.

THE LAKSHMI FORM

Lakshmi is depicted as a beautiful woman of golden complexion, with four hands, sitting or standing on a full-bloomed lotus and holding a lotus bud, which stands for beauty, purity, and fertility. Her four hands represent the four ends of human life: dharma or righteousness, "kama" or desires, "artha" or wealth, and "moksha" or liberation from the cycle of birth and death.

The cascades of gold coins are seen flowing from her hands, suggesting that those who worship her gain wealth. She always wears gold embroidered red clothes. Red symbolizes activity and the golden lining indicates prosperity. Lakshmi is the active energy of Vishnu, and also appears as Lakshmi-Narayan - Lakshmi accompanying Vishnu.

Two elephants are often shown standing next to the goddess and spraying water. This denotes that ceaseless effort, in accordance with one's dharma and governed by wisdom and purity, leads to both material and spiritual prosperity.



A MOTHER GODDESS

Worship of a mother goddess has been a part of Indian tradition since its earliest times. Lakshmi is one of the mother goddesses and is addressed as "mata" (mother) instead of just "devi" (goddess).

As a female counterpart of Lord Vishnu, Mata Lakshmi is also called 'Shri', the female energy of the Supreme Being.

She is the goddess of prosperity, wealth, purity, generosity, and the embodiment of beauty, grace, and charm.

A DOMESTIC DEITY

The importance attached to the presence of Lakshmi in every household makes her an essentially domestic deity. Householders worship Lakshmi for the well-being and prosperity of the family. Businessmen and women also regard her equally and offer her daily prayers.

On the full moon night following Dusshera or Durga Puja, Hindus worship Lakshmi ceremonially at home, pray for her blessings and invite neighbors to attend the puja. It is believed that on this full moon night the goddess herself visits the homes and replenishes the inhabitants with wealth. A special worship is also offered to Lakshmi on the auspicious Diwali night.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Guidelines for Devotees of Babosa



Dedicate youself in the services of lord Babosa.

Read Babosa Chalisa everyday either early morning or before sleeping.

Visit Babosa Temple everyday  near to your place.

Offer help to the needy .

Understand meaning of Babosa Chalisa word for word and remember it while chanting.

Form a group of devotees if possible and chant Babosa Chalisa in a house or at temple.

    Focus on one form of God till your faith becomes ripe. Do not waver from one form of God to another. Pray to Lord Babosa till He blesses you with His Grace.
       Do Fast on Tuesdays and dedicate this Austerity.

        Improved human values . lord Babosa even every god be happy to that person .

          Print or Distribute booklets of BabosaChalisa.
            Read Babosa Chalisa once everyday. 

              Wear a Tanti of Lord Babosa

                Be a devoted devotee of Lord Babosa.

                  Be good and do good. Aim to practice values embodied by Lord Babosa. When in doubt pray to Him for guidance.
                    Be Thankful for what you have and try to be content with what you possess.

                    Monday, April 17, 2017

                    Kaun Kahte Hai Babosa Aate Nahin






                    Kaun Kahte Hai Bhagwan Aate Nahi lyrics

                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham - 3
                    Kaun kahte hai Babosa aate nahi - 2
                    tum Manju Baisa ke jaise bulate nahi - 2

                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram - 2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham - 2

                    Kaun kahte hai Babosa sotey nahi - 2
                    Mata chagni ke jaise sula le koi - 2

                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram - 2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham - 2

                    Aapke dar pe rakhkar uthaon main sir
                    Yeah Ibaadat ko meri gawarah nahin

                    Meri haalat pe babosa reham kijiye
                    Mera dunita main koi sahara nahin -2

                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram - 2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham - 2

                    Muhe hain aasra ek terenaam ka
                    Haath gairon ke aagey pasara nahin
                    Din to yun hi gujar rahein hain 
                    Magar bin teri daya ke gujara nahin


                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram-2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham-2

                    Kripa ki na hoti aadat tumhari
                    To suni hi rehti adaalat tumhari
                    Jo deeno ke dil main jagah tum na paate
                    To  kis dil main hti ifaazat tumhari


                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram-2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham-2

                    Aapse praan pritam shikayat hi kya
                    Aap karuna pe karuna kiye ja rahe
                    Ek main hoon sada mangta hi raha
                    Ek tum ho jo maanga diye ja rahe


                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram-2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham-2

                    Ek main hoon kabhi shukriya nahin kiya
                    Ek tum ho jo rehmat kiye ja rahe  ho-2


                    Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram-2
                    Rama naraynam Janakivallabham-2

                    BABOSA BHAGWAN AAWO NI


                    108 Name of Lord Sri Krishna




                    Achala - Krishna Who is Still and Motionless
                    Achyuta - Krishna Who is Infallible
                    Adbhutah - Krishna Who is Opulant and Wondrous
                    Adidev - Krishna who is the God of gods and goddesses
                    Aditya - Krsna who is the Son Of Aditi
                    Ajanma - Krsna Who Is Infinite And Boundless
                    Ajaya - Krishna Who is Beyond both Life And Death
                    Akshara - Krishna Who is Indestructible
                    Amrut - Krsna Who Is Sweet As Nectar and Immortal
                    Anaadih - Krsna Who Is The First Cause
                    Anandsagar - Krishna Who is an Ocean of Bliss
                    Ananta - Krishna who is Infinite
                    Anantajit - Krsna who is Ever Victorious
                    Anaya - Krsna, above Who there is none
                    Aniruddha - Krsna Who is the Lord of Obsticles
                    Aparajeet - Krishna Who Cannot Be Defeated
                    Avyukta - Krsna Who Is As Clear As Crystal
                    Balgopal - The Child Krishna, The All Attractive One
                    Bali - The Lord Of Strength
                    Chaturbhuj - Four-Armed Lord (Vishnu)
                    Danavendra - Krishna Who is the Granter Of Boons
                    Dayalu Krsna who is the Repositiory Of Compassion
                    Dayanidhi - Krsna from Whom Compassion is Born
                    Devadidev - Krishna who is Supreme among Gods
                    Devakinandan - Krishna Who is the Son Of Mother Devaki
                    Devesh - Lord Of The Lords
                    Dharmadhyaksha - The Lord of Dharma
                    Dwarkapati - Lord Of Dwarka
                    Gopal - Krsna Who Plays With The Cowherds (Gopas)
                    Gopalpriya - Lover Of Cowherds
                    Govinda - Krsna Who pleases the cows, the Earth and all of Nature
                    Gyaneshwar - The Lord Of Knowledge
                    Hari - The Lord Of Nature
                    Hiranyagarbha - The All Powerful Creator
                    Hrishikesh - Krsna who is the Lord of the Heart
                    Jagadguru - Preceptor Of The Universe
                    Jagadisha - Protector Of All
                    Jagannath - Lord Of The Universe
                    Janardhana - Krishna Who bestows boons on one and all
                    Jayantah - Krsna who is the Conqueror of all Enemies
                    Jyotiraaditya - Krsna Who shines with the Effulgence of a Billion Suns
                    Kamalnath - Krishna Who is the Lord of the Goddess Lakshmi
                    Kamalnayan - Krsna Whose eyes are like Lotuses
                    Kamsantak - Krsna, Slayer Of Kamsa
                    Kanjalochana - The Lotus-Eyed God
                    Keshava - Krsna Who Has Long, Black Matted Locks
                    Krishna - Dark-Complexioned Lord
                    Lakshmikantam - The Lord Of Goddess Lakshmi
                    Lokadhyaksha - Krsna Who is the Lord Of All The Three Lokas (Worlds)
                    Madan - The Lord Of Love
                    Madhava - Krsna Who is Lord of Nature
                    Madhusudan - Krishna, Slayer Of Demon Madhu
                    Mahendra - Krishna, Lord Of Indra
                    Manmohan - Krsna Who Captivates the mind utterly
                    Manohar - Krsna Who Attracts
                    Mayur - Krishna Who Has A Peacock Feathered-Crest
                    Mohan - Krishna Whose Beauty Intoxicates
                    Murali - Krishna, Who plays the Flute
                    Murlidhar - One Who Holds The Flute
                    Murlimanohar - The Flute Playing God
                    Nandgopala - The Son Of Nand
                    Narayana - Krishna, the Refuge Of All Beings
                    Niranjana - Krsna, the Unblemished
                    Nirguna - Krsna Who is Beyond All Descriptions
                    Padmahasta - Krishna, Whose Hands are Like Lotuses
                    Padmanabha - The Lord Who Has A Lotus Shaped Navel
                    Parabrahmana - Krsna Who is the Supreme Absolute Truth
                    Paramatma - The Soul of Souls
                    Parampurush - supreme personality
                    Parthasarthi - Charioteer Of Partha - Arjuna
                    Prajapati - Krishna Who is the Creator Of All Creatures
                    Punyah - Krishna Who is Supremely Pure
                    Purshottam - Krsna as the Supreme Soul
                    Ravilochana - Krsna Whose Eye Is The Sun
                    Sahasraakash - Thousand-Eyed Lord
                    Sahasrajit - Krsna Who Vanquishes Evil Hordes by the Millions
                    Sahasrapaat - Thousand-Footed Lord
                    Sakshi - All Witnessing Lord
                    Sanatana - The Eternal Lord
                    Sarvajana - Omniscient Krsna
                    Sarvapalaka - Protector Of All
                    Sarveshwar - Krsna Who is in Charge of all Gods
                    Satyavachana - Krsna Who speaks only the Truth
                    Satyavrata - The Truth Dedicated Lord
                    Shantah - Lord of Pure Peace
                    Shreshta - The Most Glorious Lord
                    Shrikanta - Krishna who is Beautiful
                    Shyam - Dark-Complexioned
                    Shyamsundara - Krsna who is the All Attractive, Dark Colored God
                    Sudarshana - He Whose Sight is Auspicious
                    Sumedha - Lord of Intelligence
                    Suresham - Lord Of All Demi-Gods
                    Swargapati - Krsna Who Rules all Heavens
                    Trivikrama - Conqueror Of All The Three Worlds
                    Upendra - Brother Of Indra
                    Vaikunthanatha - Lord Of Vaikuntha, The Heavenly Abode
                    Vardhamaanah - The Formless Lord
                    Vasudev - Son of Vasudeva
                    Vishnu - All Prevailing Lord
                    Vishwadakshinah - Skilfull And Efficient Lord
                    Vishwakarma - Krsna, Creator Of The Universe
                    Vishwamurti - The Universe Whose Form is Krsna
                    Vishvarupa - Krsna, Whose Universal Form Encompasses every form and formlessness
                    Vishwatma - Soul Of The Universe
                    Vrishaparvaa - Lord Of Dharma
                    Yadavendra - Krsna, King Of The Yadav Clan
                    Yogi - The Supreme Master
                    Yoginampati - Lord Of The Yogis

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