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CC Madhya 17.39 (1975)

CC Madhya 17.39 (1996)

please wait #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TEXT_39"#TEXT 39#/span##/h4# #div class="verse"# #dl##dd#yatra naisarga-durvairāḥ#/dd# #dd#sahāsan nṛ-mṛgādayaḥ#/dd# #dd#mitrāṇīvājitāvāsa-#/dd# #dd#druta-ruṭ-tarṣaṇādikam#/dd##/dl# #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="SYNONYMS"#SYNONYMS#/span##/h4# #div class="synonyms"# yatra—where; naisarga—by nature; durvairāḥ—living in enmity; saha-āsan—live together; nṛ—human beings; mṛga-ādayaḥ—and animals; mitrāṇi—friends; iva—like; ajita—of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa; āvāsa—residence; druta—gone away; ruj—anger; tarṣaṇa-ādikam—thirst and so on. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TRANSLATION"#TRANSLATION#/span##/h4# #div class="translation"# "Vṛndāvana is the transcendental abode of the Lord. There is no hunger, anger or thirst there. Though naturally inimical, both human beings and fierce animals live together there in transcendental friendship." #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="PURPORT"#PURPORT#/span##/h4# #div class="purport"# This is a statement from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (SB 10.13.60). After stealing the cowherd boys, calves and cows of Śrī Kṛṣṇa, Lord Brahmā kept them asleep and hid them. After a moment, Brahmā returned to see Kṛṣṇa's condition. When he saw that Kṛṣṇa was still busy with His cowherd boyfriends and animals and was not disturbed, Lord Brahmā appreciated the transcendental opulence of Vṛndāvana. #/div# please wait #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TEXT_39"#TEXT 39#/span##/h4# #div class="verse"# #dl##dd#yatra naisarga-durvairāḥ#/dd# #dd#sahāsan nṛ-mṛgādayaḥ#/dd# #dd#mitrāṇīvājitāvāsa-#/dd# #dd#druta-ruṭ-tarṣaṇādikam#/dd##/dl# #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="SYNONYMS"#SYNONYMS#/span##/h4# #div class="synonyms"# yatra—where; naisarga—by nature; durvairāḥ—living in enmity; saha āsan—live together; nṛ—human beings; mṛga-ādayaḥ—and animals; mitrāṇi—friends; iva—like; ajita—of Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa; āvāsa—residence; druta—gone away; ruṭ—anger; tarṣaṇa-ādikam—thirst and so on. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TRANSLATION"#TRANSLATION#/span##/h4# #div class="translation"# “‘Vṛndāvana is the transcendental abode of the Lord. There is no hunger, anger or thirst there. Though naturally inimical, human beings and fierce animals live together there in transcendental friendship.’” #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="PURPORT"#PURPORT#/span##/h4# #div class="purport"# This is a statement from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (SB 10.13.60). After stealing the cowherd boys and calves of Śrī Kṛṣṇa, Lord Brahmā kept them asleep and hid them. After a moment, Brahmā returned to see Kṛṣṇa’s condition. When he saw that Kṛṣṇa was still busy with His cowherd boyfriends and animals and was not disturbed, Lord Brahmā appreciated the transcendental opulence of Vṛndāvana. #/div#
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