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CHAUDAHA RATAN (CHATURDASA RATNAM) (Guru Angad Dev) making the churning-staff of the mountain and the rope of serpent Basak (Vasuki) churned the Guru\'s \'Word. He took out Chaudaha Ratan (fourteen precious things) of virtues and enlightened the world of transmigration. (Var of Satta Balwand, p. 967) (Guru Amar Das) made…
CHANDURA (CHANURA) Kansa, Kesi and Chandur were not equalled by anyone. They did not comprehend the Lord, therefore they were dishonoured. (Gauri M. l, p. 225) The Beloved Lord creates a child-like Krishna and through him kills Chandura, Kansa and Kesi. (Sorath M. 4, p. 606) He was a wrestler…
CHANDRAVALI In the period of Yajur Veda, the Gopi named Chandravali was enticed by Kanha (Krishna) of the Jadava race, who brought Parijata (the wish-fulfilling tree) for her (from heaven) and passed his days in Vrindavana in merriment and enjoyment. (Var Asa M. l, p. 470) It was at the…
CHANDRA-HASA As for Chandrahasa, Dhrishta Buddhi was in great anguish. He himself caused to burn (destroy) his own house. (Nat M. 4, p. 982) He was prince of a Southern\' State. His father was killed in battle and his mother became Sati on the funeral pyre of her husband. He…
CHANDA, CHANDRAMA (CHANDRA, SOMA) (Chandra) abides in the forehead of Shiva and bathes in the Ganges; though in his dynasty (Lunar) came Krishna, the incarnation of Vishnu (who has a bow in his hand), but still the blemish due to his past action (of acting as an accomplice of Indra…
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