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Fri Feb 17 10:13:52 CST 2012
Another 2 verses from the Bhaja Govindam.
गेयं गीता नाम सहस्रं ध्येयं श्रीपति रूपमजस्रम् . नेयं सज्जन सङ्गे
चित्तं देयं दीनजनाय च वित्तम् .. २७.. Regularly recite from the Gita,
meditate on Vishnu in your heart, and chant His thousand glories .
Take delight to be with the noble and the holy . Distribute your
wealth in charity to the poor and the needy.
गोविन्दं भजमूढमते .
नहि पश्यामो भवतरणे .. ३३..
Worship Govinda, worship
Govinda, worship Govinda, Oh
Other than chanting the Lord's
names, there is no other way
to cross the life's ocean.
On 2/17/12, Kalyan K <kalyankc.81 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Is there an equivalent in advaita tradition to go to
>>Vaikuntha, Sivaloka etc.?
> Yes there is. In Bhaja Govindam, sloka 20, Sankara says - "bhagavadgItA
> kinchitadItA gangAjalalava kaNikA peetA sakrudapi yena murAri samarchA
> kriyate tasya yamena na charchA".
> As regards advaitic position on nAma sankIrtana, please refer to the last
> sloka of Bhaja Govindam.
> On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 5:39 PM, Rajaram Venkataramani <
> rajaramvenk at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The simplest process to achieve krama mukti seems to be that of Sri
>> Vaishnavas. You admit that you dont have any qualifications whatsoever and
>> perform saranagati. And on acceptance of this by an acharya in the
>> line, you are assured of being transported to Vaikuntha at the end of
>> life. That simple. Is there an equivalent in advaita tradition to go to
>> Vaikuntha, Sivaloka etc.? I was told that upanayanam or nama sankirtanam
>> enough but also here that it is not and one has to perform rigorous
>> sadhana. What is the tradition's view on this?
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