narada muni (4)


If you have read or heard even a small sampling of the vast Vedic literature, you have come upon the name of Narada. He is a great bhakta (devotee) of the Supreme Lord Narayana, or Krsna. Etymologically analyzed, nara means of Narayana or the Lord (Krsna), and da means deliverer. Narada is the deliverer of the Lord and the Lord’s message. Of course there are countless preachers, gurus, evangelists, mendicants and religious representatives traveling all throughout this planet, but Narada Muni is

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One of the most prominent sages in the Vedic literature, he travels throughout the universe awakening love for the Lord.

NARADA MUNI is exalted in Vedic texts as one of the twelve mahajanas, or great authorities on eternal truth. Details of his life and teachings are recounted in the Narada Purana, the Padma Purana, and throughout Srimad-Bhagavatam. So advanced is his level of spirituality that in these texts he is even sometimes called “Bhagavan,” a term usually reserved for the Supreme Lord,

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Once Narada Muni could see that Kali yuga was going to come very soon.

So, he thought he will ask Krishna what the solution for this was, so he went to Dwaraka.

That time Krishna was staying at the house of Satyabhama and he had to inform Rukmini that He was going to her palace.

So, she had cleaned the palace with all her maidservants, and she got the kids dressed up.

She got the pandits there to chant Vedic mantras.

She had filled water pots and banana leaves also trees of sugar cane.

She did

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Recently while reading Srimad Bhagavatam I felt as if I was committing an offence, simply in the act of that study. The words I was reciting at the time were uttered by Prajapati Daksa, they were:
“O Narada Muni, O personality of sinful action” [SB 6.5.37]
It is certainly uncomfortable to read such words spoken about such an elevated personality, what to say of speaking them out loud. That uncomfortable feeling is, I guess, a good protection, as it naturally helps to ensure that we avoid us
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