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mattalikau 1
matter 5
matters 1
may 27
maya 15
maya-jale 1
maya-pisacira 1
Frequency    [«  »]
28 most
28 other
28 world
27 may
27 na
27 please
27 take

Vaisnava Songs

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may

   Part,  Song
1 Forw | in the Western countries may take advantage of this chanting 2 Intro | Dasa Thakura. While they may sometimes make awkward English 3 Intro | appears in this book). This may very truly be termed an 4 Intro | Hindu gentleman whose house may be honored by the presence 5 Intro | mite, however humble it may be, to the Gaura-Visnupriya 6 Intro | lotus feet again and again. May he bless this first translation 7 Intro | translation attempt so that it may be accepted by the Lord 8 Intro | the Lord Sri Krsna, and may he engage me in the service 9 1, 1 | of His celebrated flute. May they all confer upon us 10 2, 2 | 4) Your life may end at any moment, and you 11 2, 4 | all respects, for thus I may have the energy to know 12 2, 5 | body, and family, whatever may be mine, I have surrendered 13 2, 5 | that I be born again, then may it be in the home of Your 14 2, 5 | 5) May I be born again even as 15 2, 5 | as a worm, so long as I may remain Your devotee. I have 16 2, 11 | 3) May I always visit all the holy 17 2, 11 | supremely blissful wherever he may be." ~ ~ 18 3, 6 | is called krpa-siddha. He may not have executed the regulative 19 3, 8 | put Your glance over me, I may also become happy." Then 20 3, 9 | lotus feet of Nityananda may also be something like that 21 3, 11 | holy feet in every birth I may take. Please consider Narottama 22 4, 3 | verse has been added and may be optionally sung instead 23 4, 6 | nor any other boon (which may be obtained by executing 24 4, 6 | Bala Gopala in Vrndavana may ever be manifest in my heart, 25 4, 6 | reddish like the bimba fruit. May this beautiful vision of 26 4, 10 | servant of Krsna prays, ''May I always swim in the love 27 4, 12 | Devi all the sins that one may have committed are destroyed


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