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 Welcome to Rasa Nidhi
   
1The Ancient State of Jeeva (Being) - Powers it possessed
 1.1Maharshi Bharadwaj
 1.2Kanva Mahamuni
 1.3Parasurama
 1.4Prahlada
2How the Powerful Jeevathma (Soul) deteriorated?
 2.1Jaya and Vijaya
 2.2Jada Bharatha
 2.3Brahma Deva
 2.4Soubhari Maharshi
3Sarweswari Sri Radha
 3.1Who is Sri Radha?
 3.2Hladini Skhathi
 3.3Madan Mohini Leela
 3.4Naravahan
 3.5Vithal Dasji Maharaj
 3.6Sriji's Jaipur Leela
4How to attain grace of Sri Radha Parameswari
 4.1What is real sadhana (Spiritual Practice)?
 4.2Radhaji's Grace and Devotees
  4.2.1 Boy Rehman
  4.2.2 Shyamananda
  4.2.3 Gulab baba
  4.2.4 King Kulachnadra
5Divine message to readers
   
   
 
Sarweswari Sri Radha Devi

Sri Radhadevi's Hladini Shakthi (Power of Divine Ecstacy) and its Omnipotence


Sri Radha is the Swamini of all the Fourteen Universes She is above Prakrithi and beyond any name and form. She is the 'Parama Purusha Bhava' and this 'Bhava' is expressed as 'Tathvataha' in the Geetha (7-3). The Parama Purusha (The Foremost Divine) became two for the sake of Transcendental play and all his estatic features (Rasas) are enshrined in the Nayika (Goddess). This Swaroop is extolled and worshipped by Vedic scholars as Radha.

Sarweswari Sri Radha is repository of innumerable Divine Powers. One among such Shakthis or powers is Hladini Shakthi. All the Universes without ay exception get captivated by this invincible Shakthi.

a. Madan Mohan Mohini Leela (Divine Play)


Manmadha (the God of Prakrithic beauty or cupid) having humbled great Gods like Brahmaji, Mahadeva and Maharshi Soubhari intended to turn Krishna into a Kamuka (addict to worldly pleausres) so as to emerge as the conquerer of universes. With this intention he visited Sri Krishna. Krishna said similingly, Manmatha, shortly I am going to conduct the Maharasa (Great Transcendental play). That time you can find hundreds of young, innocent and beuatiful Gopis. (Cowherd girls) If you are able to generate feeling of desire (Kama) even in one single Gopi, I will accept my defeat and surrender to you. Isn't this an excellent opprotunity for you ?" Mankmatha felt very happy and gladly accepted Krishna's invitation to Maharas. He thought "I have defeated renowned Gods like Brahma, Mahadev and many other Rishis with ease. Can't I find even one vulnerable countryside cowherd girl." Brimming with confidence he left the place of Krishna. Moments later Sri Krishna dwelled in deep after thought. "Did I commit a mistake ? Among hundreds of Gopikas, can't there be one single docile and fallible Gopika. No, it is very uncertain.

Manmadha's power is no ordinary one. If anything goes wrong I shall have to become a servant to Manmadha" At this troublesome moment who else can save my honour except Sri Radhaji" contemplating this way Krishan meditated Sri Radha. Next moment Radhaji appeard before Krishna. "He Radhe ! At this moment of disturbance no one except you can protect me. Your Hladini Shakthi will transform even an addict to earthly pleasures into a Jithendria (Person who overcome senses) and Kamarahitha.

Why should you at all worry for a small thing, Kanhaiya, I will protect you from everything untoward" comforted Radhaji smilingly.

The Maharas was commenced. To fulfil his vow, Manmadha employed all his five flowery arrows. At that very moment Sri Radhaji transmitted the Hladini Shakthi all around. Manmadha failed to disturb the mind of even a single Gopi. The cows, cowherd boys (Gopa) and Coherd Girls (Gopi) all experienced a new wave of unprecedented Divine Ecstacy that day. On the one hand Sriji neutralised Mamadha's psakrithic Kama Shakthi and upwelled new currents of Divine bliss on the other. This was the Divine escstacy that arised from taming and neutralising the outward Kama Shakthi. This was "Bhavaja Moha Bandhana Sukham.

 

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