- Śrīla Jayadeva Gosvāmī
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
- ► Dasavatara-stotra (3 P)
- ► Gita-govinda (2 C, 23 P)
Pages in category "Jayadeva Gosvami"
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- Even in the poetic compositions of such great poets as Bhavabhuti, Jayadeva and Kalidasa there are many examples of faults
- Even in the poetic compositions of such great poets as Bhavabhuti, Jayadeva and Kalidasa there are many examples of faults. Such mistakes should be considered negligible. One should see only how such poets have displayed their poetic power
- He (Jayadeva Gosvami) writes, nindasi yajna-vidher ahaha sruti-jatam: "My dear Lord, now You have appeared as Lord Buddha. You are decrying the Vedic rituals." Sruti-jatam. Sruti-jatam means Vedic. Why
- He (Jayadeva) passed the last days of his life in Jagannatha Puri
- His (Jayadeva's) birthplace was in the Birbhum district, in the village Kendubilva. In the opinion of some authorities, however, he was born in Orissa, and still others say that he was born in southern India
- In his prayers to the ten incarnations, Jayadeva Gosvami says, kesava dhrta-narahari-rupa jaya jagad-isa hare. Prahlada Maharaja was a devotee of Lord Nrsimha, who is Kesava, Krsna Himself
- In the Gita-govinda by Jayadeva Gosvami one gopi tells her friend, "Krsna is the reservoir of all pleasure within this universe"
- In this verse (of CC Adi-lila 4.219) from the Gita-govinda (3.1), Jayadeva Gosvami describes Sri Krsna’s leaving the rasa-lila to search for Srimati Radharani
- In your song book, poet Jayadeva's high madhurya rasa songs may be avoided because they are meant for highly advanced devotees
- It is not artificial for us to speak of Lord Balarama as Lord Rama. Jayadeva Gosvami also speaks of three Ramas: Parasurama, Raghupati Rama and Balarama. All of them are Ramas
- Jayadeva Gosvami always repeats the name of Kesava, the original Personality of Godhead, in his prayers describing the Lord's different incarnations for different purposes
- Jayadeva Gosvami sung as follows: "He (Krsna) has annihilated all the atheistic persons in the form of Kalki. And He has saved all the poor animals in the form of Lord Buddha"
- Jayadeva Gosvami sung as follows: "He (Krsna) has annihilated all the dynasties of the ksatriyas in the form of Parasurama. He has killed all the demons in the form of Lord Rama. He has accepted the great plow in the form of Balarama"
- Jayadeva Gosvami sung as follows: "He (Krsna) has picked up this earthly planet from the water in the form of a boar. He has killed Hiranyakasipu in the form of Nrsimha. He has cheated Maharaj Bali in the form of Vamana"
- Jayadeva Gosvami's ten prayers worshiping the incarnations of Lord Krsna (Kesava) contain His name in every stanza. For example, kesava dhrta-nara-hari-rupa jaya jagad-isa hare, kesava dhrta-mina-sarira jaya jagad-isa hare
- Jayadeva Gosvami, in his Gita-govinda, has sung as follows: "The Lord has saved the Vedas in His form as a fish, and He has borne the whole universe on His back in the form of a tortoise"
- Jayadeva was born during the reign of Maharaja Laksmana Sena of Bengal, in the eleventh or twelfth century of the Saka Era. His father was Bhojadeva, and his mother was Vamadevi
- One of his (Jayadeva's) famous books is Gita-govinda, which is full of transcendental mellow feelings of separation from Krsna
- Out of fear of the other gopis, Lord Sri Krsna took Srimati Radharani to a secluded place. In this regard, the verse kamsarir api (verse 106 in this chapter (CC Madhya 8)) will be quoted from the Gita-govinda of Jayadeva Gosvami
- She (a female singer in the Jagannatha temple) sang a gujjari tune in a very sweet voice, and because the subject was Jayadeva Gosvami's Gita-govinda, the song attracted the attention of the entire world
- Sri Svarupa Damodara used to read the poems of Vidyapati and Candidasa and Jayadeva Gosvami's Sri Gita-govinda. He used to make Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu very happy by singing these songs
- The incident (yamunakarsana-lila) is also described in the prayer of Jayadeva Gosvami concerning the ten incarnations: vahasi vapusi visade vasanam jaladabham, halahati-bhiti-milita-yamunabham, kesava dhrta-haladhara-rupa jaya jagad-isa hare
- The Lord (Caitanya) used to read the books of Vidyapati, Jayadeva and Candidasa, relishing their songs with His confidential associates like Sri Ramananda Raya and Svarupa Damodara Gosvami
- The Lord especially liked to hear Bilvamangala Thakura's Krsna-karnamrta, the poetry of Vidyapati, and Sri Gita-govinda, by Jayadeva Gosvami
- The Lord used to read the books of Vidyapati, Jayadeva and Candidasa
- The poet Jayadeva, a great devotee of the Lord, has sung of the incident (God as a boar keeping the entire earth on the support of His white tusks) in his prayers for the incarnations
- The songs of Candidasa, Vidyapati and Jayadeva describe the transcendental activities of the Supreme Personality of Godhead
- These incarnations (of God) are described in Vedic literature, and Jayadeva Gosvami has described ten important incarnations in summary - kesava dhrta-mina-sarira jaya jagad-isa hare, kesava dhrta-nara-hari-rupa jaya jagad-isa hare . . ., etc
- These two verses (CC Madhya 8.106-7) are from the Gita-govinda (3.1-2), written by Jayadeva Gosvami
- This verse (SB 4.24.29) gives an idea of the highest perfection of the evolutionary process. As described by the Vaisnava poet Jayadeva Gosvami, pralaya-payodhi jale dhrtavan asi vedam
- To complement the ecstasy of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, Ramananda Raya would quote verses from the books of Vidyapati and Candidasa, and especially from the Gita-govinda, by Jayadeva Gosvami