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Today is Shri Nityananda Trayodashi


Today is Sri Nityananda-trayodasi, the appearance day of the all-merciful
Lord Nityananda.

Srila Prabhupada writes, “Srila Narottama dasa Thakura, who is famous for
his poetic composition known as Prarthana, has lamented in one of his
prayers, ‘When will Lord Nityananda be merciful upon me so that I will
forget all material desires?’ Srila Narottama dasa Thakura confirms that
unless one is freed from material desires to satisfy the needs of the body
and senses, one cannot understand the transcendental abode of Lord Krsna,
Vrndavana. He also confirms that one cannot understand the loving affairs of
Radha and Krsna without going through the direction of the Six Gosvamis. In
another verse Narottama dasa Thakura has stated that without the causeless
mercy of Nityananda Prabhu, one cannot enter into the affairs of Radha and
Krsna.” (Cc Adi 5.204 purport)

And, “Srila Narottama dasa Thakura has sung, nitai pada-kamala, koti-candra
susitala, ye chayaya jagat judaya. He describes the shade of the lotus feet
of Lord Nityananda as being so nice and cooling that all materialists, who
are always in the blazing fire of material activities, may come under the
shade of His lotus feet and be fully relieved and satiated.” (SB 5.1.3

You can read more about Lord Nityananda in the attached document.


May He bless us all.

Hare Krishna.

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