Devotional Songs - Pad Kirtan
on Dham Madhuri
(Sweetness of the Divine Abode)
This is from the collection of devotional songs or pad kirtan in "Prem Ras Madira"
on Dham Madhuri or the sweetness of Radha Krishna's Divine abode.
Dham or the Divine abode (called Golok) is an eternal manifestation of
Radha Krishna, where each and every particle is another form of Divine love bliss.
The Divine abode is one of six different aspects of the power of
Divine love of Radha Krishna. These six aspects are nam (Divine name),
roop (Divine form), guna (Divine qualities or virtues), leela
(Divine pastimes), dham (Divine abode), and jan (Divine Saints).
Rasik Saints explain that all of these are one and the same, in the sense that
they all equally represent the power of Divine love. This means we can meditate
on any one of these aspects and they all have equal spiritual benefit in our
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"Chalo Man, Shri Vrindaban Dham"
Chalo man! Shri Vrindaban dham.
A devotee says to himself, "Oh my mind! Let's go and live in Vrindaban abode, the Divine abode of Radha Krishna."
Jahan viharat Nagari aru Nagar, kunjani athon yam.
"It is such a place where Radha and Krishna playfully reside, spending day and night in the kunjas or flowering bowers."
Bhukh lage to rasikan juthani, khai lahiya vishram.
"If you feel hungry, eat the food of the Rasik Saints (those Saints who eternally reside
there and who have attained Divine love) and relax."
Pyas lage to tarani tanuja, tat pivu salila lalam.
"If you feel thirsty, go to the Divine Yamuna River and from her banks drink the sweet river water."
Neend lage to jai soi raha, latan-kunj abhiram.
"If you feel sleepy, to to any beautiful kunja and sleep there."
Braj ke renu renu lakhi chinmay, tanmay aviram.
"Seeing the Divinity of every particle of this abode, remain engrossed in the love
and pastimes of Radha Krishna all the time."
Pai 'Kripalu' man ! Jani yah bhuliya, bhav rahe nishkam.
Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Maharaj says, "Most importantly, don't forget that you
have to love Radha Krishna selflessly."