Krishna Leela Series - Part 54 - The Deliverance of the Demon Bhaumasura


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Krishna Leela Series - Part 54 - The Deliverance of the Demon Bhaumasura

  1. 1. Krishna BhaktiSangha<br />Presents<br />Deliverance of Demon<br />Bhaumasura<br />Krishna Book series<br />
  2. 2. Bhaumasura OR narakasura<br />Extremely powerful demon<br />Captured 16100 beautiful princesses<br />Stole Varunadeva’s umbrella, Mother Aditi’s<br /> earrings and Mani Parvata<br />Indra complains to Krishna<br />
  3. 3. Strongholds<br />Water canals<br />Electrified cables<br />Poisonous gas<br />Military<br />
  4. 4. Destroying the Mura Pasha cables<br />
  5. 5. Tip of the Iceberg?<br />
  6. 6. Krishna Blows His conchshell<br />Shattered the hearts of great fighters<br />Awoke Mura demon from his slumber<br />Mura threw his trident at Garuda<br />Vibrations from his 5 mouths spread<br />He charged with his club <br />Krishna broke his trident and club<br />Mura charged with his strong arms<br />Krishna separated his 5 heads with His<br />Chakra – Thus Krishna’s another name<br />is <br />Murari<br />
  7. 7. Mura’s seven sons attack Krishna with commander Pitha<br />Krishna cut their weapons to pieces and they fell down, their heads, arms, legs severed<br />
  8. 8. Angry Bhaumasura came out with many intoxicated elephants<br />They saw the Lord and His wife beautifully situated high in outerspace<br />Bhaumasura released his Sathaghni weapon and Krishna shot arrows<br />Garuda was giving much distress to soldiers and elephants by clawing<br />Bhaumasura left alone angrily struck at Garuda like a thunderbolt<br />At last the asura tried to strike Krishna with a trident when Krishna cut off his head with Sudarshan Chakra<br />
  9. 9. Shower of flowers from the heavenly planets<br />This day is celebrated as Diwali<br />
  10. 10. Mother earth appeared with Vaijayanti garland a rare jewel for Krishna<br />She returned Varundev’s umbrella, Mother Aditi’s earrings and Mani Parvata<br />She fell down in obeisances and spoke ecstatically<br />
  11. 11. Goddess Bhümi said: Obeisances unto You, O Lord of the chief demigods, O holder of the conchshell, disc and club. O Supreme Soul within the heart, You assume Your various forms to fulfill Your devotees' desires. Obeisances unto You.<br />namaùpaìkaja-näbhäya<br />namaùpaìkaja-mäline<br />namaùpaìkaja-neträya<br />namastepaìkajäìghraye<br />My respectful obeisances are unto You, O Lord, whose abdomen is marked with a depression like a lotus flower, who are always decorated with garlands of lotus flowers, whose glance is as cool as the lotus and whose feet are engraved with lotuses.<br />
  12. 12. You are the shelter of all opulences<br />For creation You assume passion and for anhillation<br />the mode of ignorance, but You are unborn and <br />uncovered by these modes. You are time, purusha<br />And pradhana, yet distinct<br />Although all pervading you have appeared as the son<br />of Vasudeva<br />The entire mahatattva in within You<br />Please grant protection to Bhagadatta, son of Bhaumasura<br />Krishna grants fearlessness to Bhumidevi’s grandson<br />
  13. 13. aiçvaryasyasamagrasya<br />véryasyayaçasaùçriyaù<br />jïäna-vairägyayoçcaiva<br />saëëäàbhagaitiìgana<br />(ViñëuPuräëa 6.5.47)<br />Krishna entered the palace<br />16100 princesses captivated <br />Sincerely offered their hearts<br />Krishna agreed to accept them as His wives<br />
  14. 14. He arranged for dresses, ornaments and palanquins, sent them to Dwaraka<br />Unlimited wealth, chariots, horses, jewels, 50 white elephants dispatched to Dwaraka<br />Krishna and Satyabhama<br />then proceeded to Amaravati<br />They returned Mother Aditi’s<br />earrings<br />
  15. 15. Once Narada Muni presented a parijata flower to Sri Rukminidevi<br />Satyabhama develops an inferiority complex, and she also wants a flower from Krishna<br />“Why one flower, I would like to give you a whole tree of parijata flowers”<br />
  16. 16. Krishna purposely takes Satyabhama with Him<br />Satyabhama plucks one parijata plant <br />Indra and other become irritated<br />Krishna wanted to please his favorite wife<br />There was a fight between Devatas and Krishna<br />Krishna won and brought Parijata to Dwaraka<br />
  17. 17. Parijata was planted in the palace garden of<br />Satyabhama<br />Celestial swans came in search of fragrance<br />and honey<br />Indra’s attitude condemned by SukadevaGoswami<br />Too much wealth makes man selfish<br />Disqualification for spiritual advancement<br />
  18. 18. Lord Krishna expanded into 16100 forms to marry<br />Queens of Krishna were expansions of Lakshmiji<br />Krishna lived with them in different palaces<br />Queens of Krishna more fortunate than Brahma etc.<br />Krishna and Queens enjoyed transcendental <br /> happiness in Their household life<br />
  19. 19. Each queen was personally<br /> attending to Krishna<br />Offered Him nice seat, worship<br />Washed His feet, massaged His legs <br />Fanned Him, offered Him fragrant oil, garlands<br />Bathed Him, personally fed Him palatable dishes<br />Asked Him to lie down to rest<br />Displayed ideal family life<br />
  20. 20. HARE <br />KR I SHNA<br /> HARE <br />KR I SHNA<br />KR I SHNA<br />KR I SHNA<br />HARE <br />HARE<br />RAMA <br />RAMA<br />HARE <br />HARE<br />HARE <br />RAMA <br />HARE<br />RAMA<br />