Spirit of Surrendering to Krishna

2015-11-13
Srimad Bhagavatam 10.70.31-33 - Spirit of Surrendering to Krishna (download mp3)
by Shyam Charan Prabhu at ISKCON Chowpatty
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SB 10.70.31
duta uvaca
iti magadha-samruddha
 bhavad-darsana-kanksinah
prapannah pada-mulam te
 dinanam sam vidhiyatam

Translation: 
The messenger continued: This is the message of the kings imprisoned by Jarasandha, who all hanker for Your audience, having surrendered to Your feet. Please bestow good fortune on these poor souls.


SB 10.70.32
sri-suka uvaca
raja-dute bruvaty evam
 devarsih parama-dyutih
bibhrat pinga-jata-bharam
 pradurasid yatha ravih

Translation: 
Sukadeva Gosvami said: When the kings’ messenger had thus spoken, the sage of the demigods, Narada, suddenly appeared. Bearing a mass of golden matted locks on his head, the supremely effulgent sage entered like the brilliant sun.



SB 10.70.33
tam drstva bhagavan krsnah
 sarva-lokesvaresvarah
vavanda utthitah sirsna
 sa-sabhyah sanugo muda

Translation: 
Lord Krsna is the worshipable master of even planetary rulers like Lord Brahma and Lord Siva, yet as soon as He saw that Narada Muni had arrived, He joyfully stood up along with His ministers and secretaries to receive the great sage and offer His respectful obeisances by bowing His head.

Purport: 
This translation is based on Srila Prabhupada’s Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. The word muda indicates that Lord Krsna was delighted to see that Narada had arrived.

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