1. Invocation – Prayers of Gratitude
om ajnana-timirandhasya jnananjana-shalakaya
cakshur unmilitam yena tasmai shri-gurave namah
I was born in the darkest ignorance,
and my spiritual master opened my eyes
with the torch of knowledge.
I offer my respect and gratitude unto him.
nama om vishnu-padaya krishna-preshthaya bhu-tale
srimate bhaktivedanta swamin iti namine
namaste saraswati deve gaura-vani-pracharine
I offer my respect and gratitude
unto my teacher
Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada,
who is very dear to Lord Krishna,
having taken shelter at His lotus feet.
I offer my respect and gratitude unto
you, O spiritual master, servant of
Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami.
You are kindly sharing the message of
Lord Caitanya to the western world.
I offer respect to
Shri Krishna Caitanya,
Prabhu Nityananda, Shri Advaita, Gadadhara, Shrivasa
and all others in the line of devotion.
namne gaura-tvishe nama
O most munificent incarnation!
You are Shri Krishna Himself appearing as
Shri Krishna Caitanya.
You have assumed the golden color of
and You are widely distributing pure love of Krishna.
I offer my respect and gratitude unto You.
he krishna karuna-sindho
radha-kanta namo ‘stu te
O my dear Krishna,
You are the friend of the distressed
and the source of creation.
You are the friend of
the gopis and the lover of Radharani.
I offer my respect and gratitude unto You.
I offer my respects to Radharani whose
bodily complexion is like molten gold
and who is the Queen of Vrndavana.
You are the daughter of King Vrishabhanu,
and You are very dear to Lord Krishna.
2. Bajarangi Hanuman
jai sita ram, jai sita ram,
bajarangi jai hanuman
hanuman gosai jai bolo sita ram
sri ram jaya ram jaya jaya ram
ram bolo ram jai jai ram
Hanuman the supreme teacher(Gosai)
is said to represent the untold power(bajarangi)
that resides within each one of us just waiting to be tapped.
Sita is another name of the
Supreme Feminine Goddess.
Sita’s divine appearance Is recorded
in the epic Ramayana – She was born
from the Earth itself.
Ram is a name of God which
illustrates that He is
the source of all pleasure.
According to the Ramayana,
the Supreme Lord appeared as Ram,
a valiant prince,
To protect and shelter His devotees.
3. Maha Yogi ( by Srikala)
shiva shiva om shiva om
shiva om shiva om
Shiva’s body is reddish but he is unstained as he’s covered in ashes, hair matted, it’s how its mantained.
Sitting on his tiger skin, his absorbtion is sustained. Third eye wide, where eternity is contained.
The most fallen call on him, in his shelter they remain till the illusions melt and higher consciousness attained.
Nataraja destroys with a dance in order to renew, presents the contrast so that we can see through. Drum shaped like an hourglass, call it the ‘damaru’, played it in trance and called out ‘Alek bom!’
Lyrics and production by Srikala.
4. Shiva Vibrations feat. Srikala
hara hara shankara om shiva om
om shiva om jai shiva om
samba sada-shiva om shiva om
namah shivaya om shiva om
Oh auspicious One who is taking away all
misfortune of his devotees. Oh most happy One who blesses everyone just by association. I offer my respect unto you!
5. Tears of Love
hare krishna hare krishna
krishna krishna hare hare
hare rama hare rama
rama rama hare hare
O supreme Goddess Radha!
You inspire us to offer our hearts!
O supreme Lord Krishna!
You draw our hearts to yours!
O supreme Lord Rama!
You derive pleasure from our love!
6. Devakinandana Gopala
devaki nandanaya ca
nanda gopa kumaraya
govindaya namo namaha
kṛṣṇāya — the Supreme Lord;
vāsudevāya — unto the son of Vasudeva;
devakī-nandanāya — unto the son of Devakī; ca — and; nanda-gopa — Nanda and the cowherd men; kumārāya — unto their son; govindāya — unto the Lord, who enlivens the cows and the senses;
namo — respectful obeisances;
namah — obeisances.
Let me therefore offer my respectful obeisances unto Lord Krishna, who has become the son of Vasudeva, the pleasure of Devakī, the boy of Nanda and the other cowherd men of Vṛndāvana, and the enlivener of the cows and the senses.
Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 1.8.21
7. Seek the Essence (Hare Krishna)
Copyright Syamarani dasi, painted under the guidance of Srila Narayana Gosvami Maharaja
hare krishna hare krishna krishna krishna hare hare
hare rama hare rama rama rama hare hare
8. Shiva Shavasana
om namah shivaya
hara hara hara mahadeva