Prabal Prem Ke Bhajan – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Having got ensnared in the hold of strong love,

I saw God changing His rules.

Whether God gets respect or not,

I didn’t see a devotee’s respect get over.

One who has nobody in the world,

I saw Him accompanying such a person.

The world is immersed in selfishness

Under the control of love I saw it melting.

Ram ram………

Hare Krishna…..

Wherever there is strong love, God even changes his own rules. Krishna had said that he would not pick up a weapon. But in front of Grandfather Bhishma’s vow Krishna did pick up a weapon saying that it is my devotee’s wish that I should not pick up a weapon. Let my devotee’s respect be maintained. It does not matter whether mine is maintained or not. 56 kinds of food items remained untouched but God is happy eating green vegetables and banana peels. Fancy food items are not necessary. It is not necessary that you have any language. That woman who deals in measuring weights-which language does she know? She weighed the stuff precisely. Whatever she would weigh, she would weigh precisely.

Dhyan–Hare Rama Hare Krishna – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji in her melodious heart touching voice is making us feel the supreme bliss of chanting Ram nama.A soulful bliss experience !!
Hare Ram, Hare Ram ! 
Ram Ram, Hare Hare !!
Hare krishna, Hare Krishna !
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare !!
In the past there are incidence when Ram nama has cured 500 leper at a time.
In Ramayana when Ram nam written on stones makes the stones to float on water which were used to build bridge towards Lanka.
Hare Ram, Hare Ram ! 
Ram Ram, Hare Hare !!
Hare krishna, Hare Krishna !
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare !!
Saint Tulasidas says: The name is even superior to the Lord, because the Nirguna and Saguna aspects of Brahman are tasted and realised by the power of the Name. Rama delivered a single woman, Ahalya, while His Name has purified crores of wicked people. Rama gave salvation to two of his faithful servants, Jatayu and Sabari, but His Name has been the saviour of countless wicked persons. Blessed is the son and blessed are his parents who remember Sri Rama in whatsoever way it may be. Blessed are even the Chandalas who repeat the Name of Rama day and night. What is the use of high birth to one who does not repeat Ram Nam!
The Chanting and Listening  Ram nam is a contemplation on the various divine qualities of Sri Rama, which purifies the mind of man and renders it spiritual !!

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Divya Santaan Prapti Yog-Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


Prernamurti Bharti Shriji for the upliftment of the society let us know the Divya Santaan Prapti Yog which has the great significance.

 Divya Santaan Prapti Yog which in english means Divine Child Summation Yoga, it starts from 25 November to 15 December 2015 and from 15 and 17 January to 2 April 2016.

Higher spirit of the child comes home if Bhagwat hymns and rituals done for begetting chidren.

During pregnancy women must offer water to Lord Surya, and pray for Resplendent and ripping child also the child must uplift the entire family.

Everyday one must listen to satsanga.

For the first three months women must do recitation of ‘Narayan Kavach’ so that fear vanishes and Mother and Child both are protected.

If Doctor says deficiency of Vitamins occured one must make use of Mother Cow milk and Ghee , which is considered to be complete food.

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Krishna–the supreme godhead—— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


The Vedic scriptures are the only scriptures that have existed since the beginning of time, and thus eternal and the absolute truth. There is no higher authority than that of the Vedic scriptures. Vedic scriptures talk about billions of celestial planets and that universe is trillions of years old and Hindu texts are being in existence since billions of years, and still these texts are valid even today.The gyan shared by Bhagwan Krishna with all is time proven and factually accurate.

Even today scientists, cosmologists, physicists, medical practitioners refer Vedic texts whenever they are struck in their research and experiments. Albert Einstein, Nicolas Tesla, Robert Oppenheimer and many other atheist confirmed in their papers that they referred Vedic texts and Bhagwad Gita for more insightful theories. No other religious text is ever been cited so many times in papers filed by eminent scientists of the world- who became eminent only rediscovering which is already known to mankind through these great Vedic texts. Thanks to Hinduism to keep these alive for the mankind.

“Krishna who is known as Govinda is the supreme godhead. He has an eternal blissful spiritual body. He is the origin of all. He has no other origin and he is the prime cause of all causes.” (Brahma Samhita 5.1)

Bhagwan Krishna performed miracles that no other being can perform.

  • When Bhagwan Krishna was 7 years old, he lifted a mountain (26 miles in perimeter) and held it up on his pinky finger for consecutive 7 days. Witnessed by tens of thousands of people who were standing underneath the mountain.
  • Bhagwan Krishna expanded his body into 16,108 forms. Which means he duplicated his body into 16,108 identical bodies.
  • Bhagwan Krishna transformed himself into others. This means he can make himself like anyone.
  • Bhagwan Krishna showed in his mouth, the whole Universe.
  • Bhagwan Krishna granted Arjuna divine vision and reveled his spectacular unlimited form as the cosmic universe. In which Arjuna could see the various forms of Bhagwan Krishna, and unlimited Planets while being seated in one place. He was also shown the past, present, and future.
  • Bhagwan Krishna killed all the wicked Kings who were tormenting and harassing the public. People were saved in this very life and didn’t have to wait for the Day of Judgment.
  • When a royal woman, Draupadi, was disrobed in a court of kings, she called out to Bhagwan Krishna for help and he divinely draped her with an unlimited sari and thus she could not be disrobed.
  • Many atheists tried to kill Bhagwan Krishna, but Bhagwan Krishna very easily defeated them all and also blessed them with moksha, liberation. Bhagwan Krishna is most merciful; he gives liberation even to those who try to kill him. Bhagwan give liberation; one does not need to wait for the Day of Judgment. Asuri atheist Putna pretending to breast feed tried to kill him but Bwan Krihagshna gave hergati (divine liberation) like deserving Yashoda mother.
  • Bhagwan Krishna brought back to life many dead people including the six children of Devaki.
  • Bhagwan Krishna cured diseased people including transforming a hunchback woman into a most beautiful woman in return for offering sandalwood pulp to the Bhagwan.

How to develop devotion towards Lord Krishna ?

What to do when you are lost in this materialistic world ?

What to do so that Bhagwan Krishna dwells in our heart ?

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Our Scriptures have explained four types of extinction of life.

The four types of passing away, of which we don’t have any ideas to how

our ancestors passed away, whether by drowning, by fire, by falling of tree

upon them or by taken in by earth or for any other reason…we have no clue…

In such cases , the son is duty bound to do the following needful:

The son should enchant that

“ I  (your name), son of ___________(father’s name), of _________ (Gotra) pray to the God of fire that fruit of this deed of mine done with full respect and reverence, liberates all my ‘PITRU’ (departed ancestors’ souls), who have attained such type of death, must reach to all of them.”

Our scriptures says that a son must first pray to the Sun God and then proceed for this ritual of Shraadh.

Not only our blood relation, but one must perform this ritual of ‘Pinda Daan’ for one’s friends and even for enemies.

What are the benefits of this ritual ?

Performing this ritual for departed ancestors brings good fortune to the descendants, blessings & positive energies for progress. There is an increase in the wealth and longivity.

The departed ancestors bestow happiness on their descendants, there is success in his materialistic life & protection from evils & enemies.

Therefore, one must perform the ritual of Shraadh.

While performing this ritual or ‘pooja’, one must take care of do’s & don’ts related to this.

On the day of Shraadh one must not use the following things for making ‘prasadam’:

  • Goat’s Milk
  • Pulses like Masoor & Matar (green peas)
  • Alsi seeds, Lotus flower, Bel leaves, Dhatura & Mahua.


Things which can be used on this day :

  • Kush (Dried grass)
  • Pulses like Udad & Moong
  • Sathi Rice (coarse, pink streaked rice with the mild sweet taste when cooked)
  • Cow’s Ghee & Milk
  • Jau (Barley), Sugarcane
  • White flower (any)
  • Honey

Our departed ancestors like Honey, the most. Therefore, we must cook at least two things for ‘prasadam’ which are made up of cow’s ghee & honey.


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PADMA EKADASHI— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


Namo Narayan.

Ekadashi of Bhadra Shukla Paksha is known as Padma Ekadashi.In a way, each and every Ekadashi is important in its own.Today I am going to depict the importance of Ekadashi of Bhadra Shukla Paksha which is known asPadma Ekadashi.Brahmaji narrated an incident to Naradji which reveals the importance of Padma Ekadashi.King Mandhata was born in Suryavansh.He was very religious, honest and spiritual.Because of his religiousness and honesty, he became Raj Rishi from Raja (King).His kingdom never suffered from drought.Nobody was suffering from any disease.His people were also engaged in religious activities.

Due to some deeds, Raj Rishi Mandhata’s kingdom suffered from drought for 3 years.It did not rain at all.King said – When I ponder in my past, I don’t remember that I did any injustice to anybody.Whenever a king does injustice to his people, it’s natural that his kingdom has to suffer from natural calamities like – earthquake, excessive rain, flood and drought.But, I don’t think that I did any such injustice with my people because of which they will have to suffer from drought for three years…!

Even then, I might have done some sin in past due to which my people are dying of starvation.I should think of some remedy for this.King along with his few people went to jungle.There in jungle they got darshan of Angira Rishi.They were very happy after getting darshan of Angira Rishi.Angira rishi asked the king about the well-being of his kingdom.King said – I am aware and understand that I did not do any injustice with my people.Even then why is my kingdom suffering from drought of rainfall?Rishi Angira said – King, you are correct…!You are so religious because of which your people are happy and wealthy.Even then if it did not rain for 3 years, there is one reason for that which I am able to understand.Right now, religion is favorable in all respects.Here, in Satyug, Brahmins are considered to be great ascetics and the best.But, in your kingdom one Kshudra (poor man) is doing austerity.

You prevent it. Oppose it. Because of this only it is not raining in your kingdom.Then king said – First of all, he is worshiping God. Shall I prevent it?Secondly, he is doing austerity.I can’t do this mischief..!Then Angira rishi said – If that’s the case, then you do one thing.Ekadashi of Bhadra Shukla Paksha is known as Padma Ekadashi.If you observe fast on Padma Ekadashi then with the grace of Lord Narayan, Meghraja (King of Rain) will overwhelm your kingdom with water.Then king along with his people formally observed fast on Padma Ekadashi as told by Angira rishi.After observing its fast, king gave alms to Brahmin consisting of a pitcher full of water, curd and rice.On Dwadashi, after this donation, his kingdom got plenty of rain.Meghraja was pleased. Earth was suffused with water.King and his people, both were happy.After observing fast on Padma Ekadashi, on Dwadashi, while giving alms to Brahmin consisting of a pitcher full of water, curd and rice, the following Mantra should be recited:

Namo Namaste Govinda.

Budha Shravana Sangyaka.

Aghauga sanshayam krutva.

Sarva Saukhya pradobhava.

Bhukti mukti pradashchaiva.

Lokanam sukh dayakaha.


He Govinda, you are also known as Budha Shravan.

I bow before you.

You destroy my sins and provide me happiness in all respects.

To us, sacred people observing Ekadashi fast, you provide bhog (enjoyment) and moksha (liberation).

I bow before you again and again.

Coming ekadashi is known as Indira Ekadashi.

By observing its fast, the ancestors who are living in inferior births (Nich Yoni) attain a superior state.

But you take benefit of Padma Ekadashi today.

Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan hari hari.

Shriman Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan hari hari

Hari Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan Narayan hari hari.

DEVOTION— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

DSC_0029Hinduism suggests many paths to liberation. As the Bhagavadgita declares, the paths to God are many all paths eventually lead to the Supreme Self only. However some paths are difficult to pursue. Some paths lead to other divinities and lesser gods. Some paths may even lead to one’s downfall. However, the consensus opinion is all paths leads to devotion and devotion culminates in liberation. This is so because liberation implies oneness and union and none can reach or become one with Brahman unless one is completely in harmony and agreement with Him. True union arises only when the individuality and all notions of separation and duality disappears from the consciousness. Therefore any union with God, whatever may be the means, is possible only with surrender, faith, harmony, peace, unconditional love, acceptance and devotion.

The Mahabhagavatam describes nine forms of bhakti or devotional services which are listed below.

Shravanam: Listening the stories and glories of God.

Kirtanam: Singing or Reciting the names and glories of God.

Smaranam: Recalling God and His exploits.

Pada­sevanam: Waiting on Him.

Archanam: Ritual Worship of God’s forms or images.

Vandanam: Prostration to God.

Dasyam: Service to His personality or incarnation.

Sakhyam: Befriending Him.

Atma­nivedanam: Dedicating oneself to him, heart and soul

Bhakti, according to the Gita, is the love for God and love reinforced by a true knowledge of the glory of God. It surpasses the love for all things worldly. This love is constant and is centered in God and God alone, and cannot be shaken under any circumstances whether in prosperity or in adversity.

importance of Bhakti—–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


Purushah sa parah Partha bhaktyaa labhyastvananyayaa;
Yasyantahsthani bhutani yena sarvamidam tatam.

“He, the Highest Spirit, O Partha, may be reached by unswerving devotion to Him alone, in Whom all beings abide, by Whom all this is pervaded. ” (Gita: VIII-22. )

Bhaktya tvananyaya sakya ahamevamvidhorjuna;
Jnatum drashtum cha tattvena praveshtum cha Parantapa.

“But by devotion to Me alone I may thus be perceived, Arjuna, and known and seen in essence, and entered, O Parantapa. ” (Gita: XI-54. )

Mayyavesya mano ye mam nityayukta upasate;
Sraddhaya parayopetaste me yuktatama matah.

“Those who, fixing their mind on Me, worship Me, ever steadfast and endowed with supreme faith, are the best in Yoga in My opinion. ” (Gita: XII-2. )

Yoginamapi sarvesham madgatenantaratmana;
Sraddhavan bhajate yo mam sa me yuktatamo matah.

“And among all the Yogins, he who, full of faith, with the inner self abiding in Me, worships Me, he is considered by Me to be the most completely harmonised. ” (Gita: VI-47. )

The Bhagavad-Gita, the greatest and holiest of Hindu sc riptures, emphasizes the importance of ‘Bhakti’ or loving devotion to God. Bhakti, says the Gita, is the only way to realize God.

Arjuna’s Question
In Chapter 2, Shlok (Verse) 7, Arjuna asks, “My soul is oppressed by a sense of frustration. My mind is unable to determine what is right. I am requesting you to tell me definitely what is for my good.

 I am your pupil. Teach me. I have surrendered myself to you.”

Lord Krishna’s Answer
But, Lord Krishna does not answer Arjuna’s request until Chapter 18, Shloks (verses) 65-66 where He says, “Let your mind be constantly directed towards me; be devoted to me; dedicate all your actions to me; prostrate yourself before me; over and above the claims of all Dharmas (duties) is complete surrender to me and me alone”.

However, Lord Krishna does partially answer Arjuna in Chapter 11, Shloks (verses) 53-55 after exhibiting His cosmic form, “It is not possible to see me as you have done through the study of the Vedas or by austerities or gifts or by sacrifice; it is only by one-pointed devotion (Bhakti) to me and me alone that you thus see and know me as I am in reality and ultimately reach me. It is he alone who dedicates all his notions and actions to me with a knowledge of my superiority, my devotee with no attachment and who has no enmity to any living being that can reach me”. Bhakti therefore, is the only way to the true knowledge of God and the surest way to reach Him.

 Bhakti: Unwavering Devotion & Love for God
Bhakti, according to the Gita, is the love for God and love reinforced by a true knowledge of the glory of God. It surpasses the love for all things worldly. This love is constant and is centered in God and God alone, and cannot be shaken under any circumstances whether in prosperity or in adversity.


The word, BHAKTYAA, meaning through devotion, shows that bhakthi is the means for the realisation of the truth of God’s nature. Advaita, Visishtadvaita, and Dvaita are one in this emphasis on Bhakti to obtain God’s grace. To whatever school we belong, we should invoke that grace through Bhakti, leaving it to Him to reavel the truth of His nature. All Achaaryas have stressed this need for Bhakti.

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PRARTHANA—- Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


In Sanskrit and most of the native Indian languages, the word prarthana means prayer or seeking. While the word has a deep religious connotation and peculiarly Hindu in its origin, in course of time it acquired a secular and generic sense and used to convey the meaning of “to request, or ask or seek something politely with a feeling of reverence or submissiveness.” In the Vedic parlance, prayer was more or less synonymous with mantra, a religious chant or incantation, used to communicate with gods and seek some kind of wealth or favor from them. The Vedic Indians performed elaborate rituals, chanting mantras or prayers to please the gods and seek their assistance in the fulfillment of individual desires or realize some potentially important goal either forthemselves or for others or for the community in general. For example, one of the most frequently found prayers in the Vedas wishes for peace everywhere: peace in the worshipper’s mind, body and environment or peace in the world, in the middle region of the celestial beings and in the highest world of the gods. Another prayer seeks perfection and wholeness of oneself and the world by becoming complete to reach out to That which is complete and perfect in everyway.

In Hinduism prayer or prarthana takes on many forms. Their purpose, however, is essentially the same which is seeking communion with God or gods, expressing one’s love and devotion to them and obtaining their blessings and favors. The Hindu Puranas and epics such as the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, emphasize through many examples that God never fails to respond to the sincere calls of His devotees and comes to their rescue. We understand that in extraordinary circumstances when too many pure souls pray to him and make a distress call, He even incarnates upon earth to destroy evil and restore order. Some of the well known forms of prayers are mantras, japas, bhajans. Mantras are incantations or chants, which are believed to be endowed with magical powers and powerful vibrations capable of manifesting reality or desired results through the intervention of gods.

Japa is a continuous repetition of one or more names of God or some phrase from the scripture or given by a guru to calm the senses and control the mind or purify it. Bhajans are devotional songs, usually sung in groups to the accompaniment of music in front of the image of a deity or a guru. Etymologically the word “prayer” can be interpreted in different ways. According to one interpretation we can view it as a combination of two root words, “prar” and “dhana” meaning to ask or to seek “dhana” or wealth. The word “dhana” is closely associated with the word “dhaanya” meaning grains, which was the most notable form of wealth in the ancient world. Closely linked to these two words is the word “daan”, meaning charity. It was from the practice of giving food (grains) as charity to the needy people, probably the word “daan” came into usage. Interestingly, the corresponding word for “daan” is “donation” inEnglish, “donat” in French and “donatio” in Latin, all of which along with Sanskrit belong to the Indo European group of languages.

All prayers are but sounds or expressions of speech. Speech and sounds have a special significance in Hinduism, because space, which is also identified with ether or the essence of God, is considered to be the medium of the sound, while space itself is considered the physical manifestation of Brahman. It is filled with air, breath or prana, without which life is not possible. Therefore, from this perspective, prayer is the means to communicate with God through the immediately available mediums of space, speech, sounds, and sacrifices.

Importance of Rishi Panchami


A revered person must always remain revered.When you insult a person who is more revered than you, then only destruction of manbegins.And due to ego, human insults people who are more revered.Elders, rishis, saints should be respected, they deserve it.God must be respected, he deserves it.Once king of deities Indra also fell prey to ego and insulted guru Brihaspati.Then what…!! Guru became angry because of disrespect.Due to curse of guru, Indra started wandering here and there.Eagle looks for a weak bird from top itself and then attacks it.Similarly, when king Nahush saw that Indra’s kingdom was taken away from him, due toinsult of guru his power had diminished; he forcefully captured Indra’s kingdom andstarted ruling heaven.King Nahush was sexually aroused by looking at Indra’s wife Shachi.lust is always blind. Lust does not have any eyes.Thus, when both lust and anger are aroused, one should open the eye of wits.King Nahush started looking at Indra’s wife Indrani / Shachi with bad intensions.Now, to get Shachi he was ready to go to any extent.Because of Nahush’s fear, Shachi took refuge in Gurumata, wife of guru Brihaspati.Shachi humbly prayed to her and said that Nahush started looking at her with bad intensions.Please protect me. And who else is there is this world apart from you who can protect me?

Gurumata took pity on her and told guru Brihaspati to forgive king Indra.Nahush was becoming impatient to get Shachi in any which way.Raja Nahush told guru Brihaspati that he wants Shachi in any which way.How is it possible for a religious woman to bear insult of a woman with good character?Guru Brihaspati said – If you want Shachi then you will have to make sedan chair(palaki) of rishi’s, sit on their shoulders and come along.

If a respected person is insulted by any person than surely the destruction of person who insults is bound to happen.

King Nahush was ready to do anything.He called rishi’s and said – I want to keep the sedan chair on your shoulders and go toheaven on the sedan chair, then I will get Indrani.Rishis tried a lot to make him understand that whatever he is doing is not correct and ethical.You are inviting your own destruction by insulting the rishis.But Nahush was not in a condition to listen to anything because he became blind in lust.

One who becomes blind in sex does not listen even to his well-wishers.He thinks that these people are giving me wrong advice.King Nahush made rishis his vehicle and travelled by sitting on their shoulders.Not only this, when the rishis were walking slowly he taunted them and even screamed at them.Durvasa rishi became angry and cursed him.While cursing King Nahush, Durvasa rishi said – Go ! You became so much blind in lust that you insulted the rishis.

The rishis – who should be respected, who are considered to be the deities of knowledge, you tried to ride over them….!!! You become a dragon.Now king Nahush became said. He though – Oh my God, what have I done…!!!

When sorrow comes then only one thinks of God…That’s why it’s rightly said – Remember God in happiness so that sorrow will never come.Now king Nahush took refuge at his feet and asked – When will I get liberated from this curse?Then rishis said – After ages, religious king Yudhisthira will incarnate on this earth.After taking his darshan, you will get liberation from this curse.Then king Nahush said – I have done so much of austerity, worshiped Lord Shri Hari,what is the fruit of that?Then rishis said – After getting liberation from this curse, you will get fruit of worshipping Lord Hari.Then king Nahush decided that he will never insult rishis who are superior to him in knowledge.

This Rishi Panchami is the auspicious day to worship Rishis, Saints and Guru’s.If one insults or touches saints in unholy state or ill sentiments, then he should fast on Rishi Panchami and eat curd and rice of ‘saathi’.Let me tell you the names of seven rishis:Rishi Vishvamitra, Rishi Jamadagni, Rishi Atri, Rishi Bharadwaj, Rishi Kashyap, RishiVashishtha, Rishi Gautam One should meditate on and worship these seven rishis today as part of ritual of Rishi Panchami.

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