Such a great devotee like Haridasa, whose only abiding passion of life was chanting the Divine Names of Lord Hari, was never before and would never be there in future in this world or in the next.

Nama Article 7th April 2013

 

Haridasa Charitam. Vol II Book 4 Chp 6 Shloka 9

 

Lakshadvayam Pratidinam Harinaama Japam Sadaa

Chakaara Niyamenaivam Ucchaih Suswarameva Sah

 

Haridasa was habitually chanting the Divine Name of Hari, in a very loud voice incessantly. Everyday he used to repeat the Divine Name two lakh times.

 

Haridasa Charitam. Vol II Book 4 Chp 6 Shlokas 16 – 17

 

Haridaasa Samo Bhakto Harinaama Paraayanah

Lokaantare Vaa Lokesmin Bhooto Na Bhavishyati

Madhuvrataa Yathaa Hrishtaah Pushpitam Champakam Tarum

Tathaa Tamaayayuh Premnaa Santatam Saadhavo Janaah

 

Such a great devotee like Haridasa, whose only abiding passion of life was chanting the Divine Names of Lord Hari, was never before and would never be there in future in this world or in the next. The sadhus were all drawn to him enchanted by his ardent devotion to Lord Hari, as the bees are drawn to a blooming Champaka tree.

 

Please check these: Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji

 

Even thinking of Haridas, the intimate devotee of Mahaprabhu, would impart on us the faith in the Lord’s Name.

 

Chant the Mahamantra Nama kirtan :

 

Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare

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