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Madhusudan, Madhav and Narayan

 
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 20, 2007 7:41 pm    Post subject: Madhusudan, Madhav and Narayan Reply with quote

Jai Shree Krishna

What is the visual depiction that segregates these three swaroops?

Here is the clue.........

"Dhatako rakshako chokatoa virothaiyapyateshankate
Vedovantam vidhavidham gnanam bhaktivardhabhaktavastha"

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jai Shree Krishna

Nirupaji this is a real "la cruch" question. It could be easy if you can decipher the sloka but pamar jiva like me cannot and so I did try to change "Gadda" and Sankha and Sudarshan-chakra from one husta of Bhagvan to the other.

And wow if it was that easy and showing this difference then that could be how visual darshan of these three swaroop can be seperated. Heh..he...he..

Clever or what? Am I looking at the right direction? Does these "Udha" weapons change hand and because of that the name Narayana and Madhava and ... perhaps now some clever krapapatra vaishnav will answer your question.

Now I can't find Pushtidas, where is these days?
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 5:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Well done Inaxiji you have answered the question as usual in a subtle way and also left room for others to get your drift so that they can answer the question, tasukhi or what. Any way, here is the answer everyone waiting for.

Each swaroop has 4 bhuja (arms) holding shankha, kamal, gada and chakra.

The visual depiction of each swaroop is as follows:-

Madhusudan
In His right two bhuja, top bhuja holds shankha and bottom bhuja kamal. In His two left bhuja, in top bhuja holds gada and bottom bhuja chakra.

Madhav
In His right two bhuja holds gada and charka. In His left two bhuja, top bhuja holds kamal and in bottom bhuja shankha.

Narayan
In His right two bhuja holds shankha and kamal. In His two left bhuja, in top bhuja holds chakra and bottom bhuja gada.

Shankha, kamal, gada and chakra are known as auydho (weapons).

By the way Inaxiji it is nice to hear from you in Satsang Tibari, it was very quiet without you, hoping to hear more from Toofani Team.

Hey Pushtidasji where are you? Inaxiji is looking for you............Radha dhundha rahi kisisne mera Shyam dekha!!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 12:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jai Shree Krishna,

Thanks Nirupa & Inaxiji, for the wonderful question and descriptions. Inaxiji wrote that the weapons change around from left to right or top to bottom and vice versa according to the name of each individual swaroop. Iím assuming that it is due to the fact that each swaroop has an individual role and character. Would it be possible to discuss this in greater detail?

Pretty Please Rolling Eyes

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