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Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama (Thousand Names of Srimati Radharani)

Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama (Thousand Names of Srimati Radharani)

Sri Radha-Sahasra-Nama (Thousand Names of Srimati Radharani)

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Item Code: NAE079
Author: Kusakratha Dasa
Publisher: Gopia
Language: (Transliterated Text and English Translation)
Edition: 2008
Pages: 78
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 9.0 inch x 6.0 inch
weight of the book: 132 gms
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In 1895, Thakura Bhaktivinoda extracted these thousand named of Sri Radha from the Narada-panncaratra and published them for use of the devotees who like to chant these verses as a regular daily practice. When one chants these thousand named of Sri Radha, then within the span of a few minutes one’s consciousness becomes filled with descriptions of her transcendental qualities and form. There is no doubt that these thousand names are a kind of concentrated nectar to be relished by those who are capable of doing so.

For those who appreciate the poetic translations of Sriman Kusakratha dasa will surely derive great pleasure from this small book.

Introduction

‘The pious results derived from chanting the thousand holy names of Visnu three times can be attained by only one utterance of the holy name Krishna’.

(Lord Siva Addressed his wife, Durga :) ‘O Varanana, I chant the holy name of Rama, Rama and thus enjoy this beautiful sound. This holy name of Ramachandra is equal to one thousand holy names of Lord Visnu’

Considering this, it is very difficult to imagine the results of chanting the Radha-Sahasra-nama. At the conclusion of this Radha-Sahasra-nama it is stated: “ Lord Madhava is pleased with anyone who reads or has someone else read these names…..

In this world there is nothing equal to the thousand name of Sri Radha.”

In 1895, Thakura Bhaktivinoda extracted these thousand named of Sri Radha from the Narada-pancaratra and published them for use of the devotees who like to chant these verses as a regular daily practice. When one chants these thousand names of SRI Radha, then within the span of a few minutes one’s consciousness becomes filled with descriptions of Her transcendental qualities and form. There is no doubt that these thousand names are a kind of concentrated nectar to be relished by those who are capable o doing so.

For those who appreciate the poetic translations of Sriman Kusakratha dasa will surely derive great pleasure from this small book.

Contents

Introduction5
Sri Radha-Sahasra-nama7
Sruti-Phala69
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