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@swami_tulsidas with @make_repost ・・・ ~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 28 The Vidyadharas were dancing in one area. The assembly hall measured eight thousand miles in circumference. All over, numerous servants were engaged in various services. Lord Brahma, Lord Siva and other demigods saw Lord Hari (Narayana) sitting in the center on a precious jeweled throne; He looked like the moon surrounded by many stars. He was wearing a crown on His head, earrings, a wildflower garland round His neck and sandal paste on His . Holding a lotus in His hand, He was smiling, watching the dancers and listening to the music. He looked very tranquil. Laksmi was gently holding His feet and He was chewing the sweet-scented betel she had given Him. Ganga was fanning Him devotedly with a white chamara, and others were singing hymns to Him with their heads lowered in devotion. Lord Brahma and the other gods offered their obeisances to Lord Visnu. As they did, their hairs stood on end, tears flowed from their eyes and their voices were choked with emotion. Then Lord Brahma, his hands clasped and his head bowed, informed the Lord about Sankhacuda’s doings. Lord Hari smiled and said, “O lotus born! I know all about Sankhacuda. In his previous birth he was my great devotee, a very energetic cowherd boy in Goloka. I will tell you something about him which is quite sanctifying. His name was Sudama and he was my chief attendant. He is now a Danava because in Goloka Radha pronounced a terrible curse on him. Here is how it happened… . . . . . #dailytulsi

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@swi_tulsidas with @make_repost ・・・ ~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 25 Sometimes the newly married couple would go to a flower grove and at other times to a river bank. There they would sleep on flower beds smeared with sandal paste and enjoy marital pleasures. Tulasi easily stole the heart of her husband, and Sankhacuda also attracted Tulasi’s heart. After Tulasi garlanded her husband with parijata flowers, which prevent disease and old age, she placed a precious jeweled ring on his finger and offered him rare beautiful gems. Bowing down to his feet with devotion, she repeatedly said, “I at your service!” Sankhacuda smiled. He then presented Tulasi with clothes he had obtained from Lord Varuna’s house; he also gave her a precious necklace of jewels, an armlet he had gotten from Svaha (Agni’s wife), armlets from Chhaya (the sun god’s wife), earrings from Rohini (the moon god’s wife), finger rings from Rati (Cupid’s wife), conch ornents from Visvakarma, as well as excellent bedding adorned with pearls and jewels. After further adorning her, he placed her feet on his chest and said, “I your servant.” They left the hermitage and began to travel to various places. They went to different mountains, flower gardens, caves, beaches, riversides and forests. Wherever they went, they enjoyed each other’s company with great satisfaction, never tiring of one another. Sankhacuda then brought Tulasi to his own kingdom and there they continued to delight in each other’s company. . . . . . #dailytulsi

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@swami_tulsidas with @make_repost ・・・ ~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 24 Chapter five TULASI MARRIES SANKHACHUDA When Tulasi Devi stopped speaking, Lord Brahma suddenly appeared there. After Sankhacuda and Tulasi offered him their respects, Lord Brahma said, “O Sankhacuda! Why are you wasting your time in such empty talks with Tulasi? Marry her now by the Gandharva rites. As you are a gem among males, she is a gem among females. When a clever couple marry, the union is very happy. And who would abandon happiness when it is at hand? Anyone who would do so is worse than a beast. And you, Tulasi! Why are you testing this noble and qualified person who can subdue both the gods and the demons? Marry Sankhacuda, just as Laksmi is married to Narayana, Radhika to Krsna, my Savitri to me, Saci to Indra and Aditi to Kasyapa. Stay with the handsome Sankhacuda for a long time and, as you like, wander with him to various places. When Sankhacuda leaves his body, you will return to Goloka and get Krsna as your husband.” Lord Brahma then blessed them and returned to his own abode. Sankhacuda then married Tulasi by the Gandharva rite. Glorifying the marriage, the demigods sounded their drums and showered flowers on them from the sky. . . . . #dailytulsi

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@swami_tulsidas with @make_repost ・・・ ~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 22 Sankhacuda stopped talking. Then Tulasi smiled and cheerfully said, “Persons like you are famous in this world and good women desire such husbands. You have defeated me in argument. A man who is conquered by a woman is very impure and condemned by people in general. The forefathers and the demigods regard men who are conquered by women as low and contemptible. Even their fathers and mothers mentally despise them. The Vedas say that when a child is born or a relative dies, the brahmanas are purified in ten days; the ksatriyas in twelve days; the vaisyas in fifteen days; and the sudras as well as other low classes in twenty-one days. But a man conquered by a woman always remains impure. Only when his is burned to ashes does he become purified. Neither the ancestors nor the demigods accept from him offerings of cakes, flowers, etc. Men whose hearts are totally conquered by women acquire no fruits from their knowledge, austerities, japa, fire sacrifices, worship, learning or fame. . . . . . #dailytulsi

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@swi_tulsidas with @make_repost ・・・ ~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 21 Women who are in the mode of goodness are virtuous and pure. The sages declare them to be excellent. But those who are in the modes of passion and ignorance are not so praiseworthy. The passionate ones are fond of sense pleasures, indulge in them, and always want to fulfill their selfish goals. Such women are usually insincere, deluded and irreligious. Generally, they are unchaste. But woman in the mode of ignorance are considered the worst. They are irresistible. “A virtuous man would never court another man’s wife in either public or private. But I have come to you by Lord Brahma’s command–to marry you according to the Gandharva rite. (In this, the bride and bridegroom meet each other of their own accord and consummate their meeting in union. No sacred rituals are necessary. “My ne is Sankhacuda. When the demigods see me, they flee in fear. In my previous birth, I lived in Goloka and was a cowherd boy ned Suda. I was a close friend of Sri Krsna’s, one of His attendants. I was one of the eight celebrated cowherds. Then Srimati Radharani cursed me to be born in India in a demon fily. By Krsna’s grace and by His mantra, I a jatismara, that is, I know the history of my previous birth. You also are a jatismara. So you know that in your previous birth, in Goloka, when Radharani caught you alone with Krsna, she bece angry and cursed you to be born here, in India. In Goloka I very much wanted to consort with you; but because I feared Radharani, I did not do so.” . . . . . #dailytulsi

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@swami_tulsidas with @make_repost ・・・ ~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 20 “A woman likes a good lover more than sweet foods or refreshing drinks; she likes him even more than her own son; he is dearer to her than her life. But if the lover becomes impotent or aged, she regards him as an enemy. Quarrels and anger ensue. Then she devours him as a snake eats a rat. She is rashness personified and a mine of vices. A woman is hypocritical, obstinate and unfaithful. Even Lord Brahma and other s are deluded by her. She is a hindrance on the path of austerity, an obstacle to liberation, an impediment to developing faith in Lord Hari, a refuge of all delusion and a living chain that binds men to the world. She is like a magician and is as false as dreams. She appears to be very beautiful, but is she is a bucket of stool, urine, gas and . When God created her, he arranged that she should become the spirit of delusion to the deluded and poison to those who desire liberation. Thus, on no account should a woman be desired, and by all means she should be avoided.” Sankhacuda smiled and then answered, “O dess, what you have said is not completely false. It is partly true and partly false. From the Creator have come chaste and unchaste women. One is praiseworthy, the other isn’t. Examples of chaste women are Laksmi, Sarasvati, Durga, Savitri and Radha. Women who are expansions of them are auspicious, glorious and very commendable, such as Satarupa, Devahuti, Svadha, Svaha, Daksina, Anasuya, Ganga, Diti, Aditi, Vedavati, etc. In every yuga cycle these women are excellent. The heavenly prostitutes are also expansions and partial expansions of the above women, but they are not praiseworthy because they are unchaste. . . . . . dess #dailytulsi

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~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 46 Lord Siva, the goddess Kali and their son Kartikkeya encamped at the root of the holy fig tree. King Sankhacuda, adorned with gems and surrounded by millions of demons, sat down on a beautiful jeweled throne. Then a great battle ensued. Many mystical and supernatural weapons were hurled, and numerous demigods and demons were killed. Maces, long and short swords, Pattisas, Bhusundis, Mudgaras (different types of iron clubs), javelins, spears, axes and other weapons glowed in the soldiers’ hands. Fighting with these weapons, the jubilant warriors roared and cut off each other’s heads. Elephants, horses, chariots and foot soldiers, along with their drivers and passengers were hit and torn apart. Arms, thighs, hands, hips, ears and feet were cut off. Flags, arrows, swords, coats of mail and beautiful ornaments were split apart. From the tussle, glowing heads with earrings as well as elephantlike thighs were strewn about the earth. Severed arms with their ornaments and weapons were scattered about like honeycombs. Warriors running on the battlefield saw several headless bodies that jumped and which were still holding their weapons. The warriors discharged so many arrows at each other that the sun became obscured and it appeared as if the rainy season had arrived. Heroes roared like lions, blew conches loudly and fought furiously. Though the combat was terrible and tumultuous, it was pleasurable to the fighters. Then the demigods were defeated. Many were wounded by weapons and missiles, and, frightened, they fled the battlefield. . . . . . #dailytulsi

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~Today's Darshan of Tulsi Devi~ Story of Tulsi Ma Part 45 But none of the demons just mentioned, who were killed in the war, can be compared to you in prowess. You are the best of Lord Krsna’s attendants. The demigods have sought Lord Hari’s protection, so He has sent me on their behalf to approach you. If I defeated by a sublime person like yourself, how can I be disgraced? But I’m surprised to hear you talk of disgrace and infy. There is no point in continuing this useless talk. Now, either return to the demigods their kingdoms or prepare to fight with me. I firm in my determination.” Chapter eleven THE WAR BEGINS Sankhacuda quickly got up, bowed down to Lord Siva, and ascended his chariot with his ministers. Lord Siva ordered his army to be ready immediately, and Sankhacuda did the se. Musical instruments blared out, formally announcing the start of war. There was a great clor along with the cries of the warriors. Then the fight between the demigods and demons began, and both sides fought righteously. Indra fought with Vrsaparvan, Bhaskara (the sun god) with Vipracitti, Nisakara (the moon god) with Dbha, Fire with Gokarna, Kuvera with Kalakeya, and Visvakarma with Maya. Mrtyu (the death god) battled with Bhaykara, Ya with Sbara, Vayu with Bala, Varuna with Vikka, Budha with Dhritapristha, Sani with Raktaksa, Jayanta with Ratnasara, the Vasus with the groups of Varchasas, the two Asvini Kumaras with the two Diptimans, Nala-kuvara with Dhuma, and Dharma with Dhurandhara. Mangala contended with Ganakaksa, Vaisvana with Sobhakara, Mmatha with Pipita, the twelve sun gods with Gokukha, Curna, Khadga, Dhumra, Shala, Visva and Palasa. The eleven Rudras fought with eleven terrible and powerful asuras, Mahani fought with Ugracanda and others, and Nandisvara and the rest fought with the leading demons. . . . . . #dailytulsi

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