Chitrakavitvani 2 – Chanting doesn’t make us give up what we naturally like to do – it enables us to do it better and do it for the best purpose

by Bhavin KatariaApril 17, 2014

charchoru ruchira ucchora      ruchiro ‘ram charachare

chauracharo ‘chirat chiram     rucha charur achuchurat

“Acting like a thief, Nanda’s broad-chested son, the most handsome person in the world, quickly stole the gopis’ garments. His effulgence made Him very attractive, and the sandal paste anointing His limbs enhanced His beauty.”

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  • Mukul
    April 17, 2014 at 2:19 pm

    Hare Krishna Prabhuji,

    This is a wonderful example of ‘alliteration’. Sounds so much musical like a dhrupad bandish (composition).

    Would it be an offense if we call it a transcendental tongue twister?

    • Chaitanya Charan das
      April 17, 2014 at 4:51 pm

      Not at all. It’s an example of bhakti-yogga being inclusive enough to dovetail even our fondness for tongue twisters.
      ys
      ccdas

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