Krsna Kirtana Songs est. 2001 www.kksongs.org
Song Name: Darasana Aslesanvita
Official Name: Rupanuga Bhajana Darpana Song 26
Author: Bhaktivinoda Thakura
Book Name: Gitamala
darśana āśleṣanwita ānukūlya sebāśrīta
ullāse ārūḍha jei bhāba
juba-dwandwa hṛdi mājhe rasākāre su-birājye
mukhya gauṇa dwi-prakāra sambhogera su-bistāra
tad ubhoya cāriṭi prakāra
sańkhipta sańkīrṇa jāna sampanna samṛddhimāna
pūrba bhābābasthā anusāra
pūrba-rāgāntare jāhā sańkhipta sambhoga tāhā
mānāntare sańkīrṇa pramāṇe
khudra prabāsābasāne sampanna samṛddhimāne
su-dūra prabāsa abasāne
sampanna dwi-bidha bhāba āgati o prādurbhāba
manohara sambhoga tāhāya
swapne āi saba bhāba jahe hoya ābirbhāba
tabe gauṇa sambhoga jānāya
1) Sambhoga is defined as follows: it is that ecstatic mutual mood between the young couple Radha and Krsna which is enhanced by looking at each other, by embracing, by worshipping and attending each other favorably, which surmounts the highest pinnacle of elated bliss, and which is present within both Their hearts as personified rasa. Such a mood of Theirs together is called sambhoga.
2) Sambhoga expands nicely into two main headings, mukhya (primary), and gauna (secondary). Both of these headings can each have four varieties of contacts, namely 1) samksipst (very brief and simple meeting), 2) samkirna (narrow --- slightly hindered by fear, etc.), 3) sampanna (affluent --- a warm loving meeting after a sojourn), and 4) samrddhimana sambhoga (fully enriched to the maximum). Each of these four types of union follows one of four types of separation as follows:
3) The systematic appearance of the four mukhya sambhogas are 1) samksipt sambhoga, occurs after purva-raga (simple union after preliminary affection), 2) sankirna sambhoga occurs after mana (narrow union after pouting), 3) sampanna sambhoga occurs after a brief pravasa (affluent union after a short sojourn), and 4) samrddhimana sambhoga occurs after a long pravasa (fully enriched union after a long sojourn).
4) The sampanna sambhoga has two variations which produce very enchanting unions. They are two types of arrivals: 1) agati (formal or pre-arranged arrival) and 2) pradurbhava (sudden appearance among those who are eager). Also there are meetings and pastimes together in dreams. These factual dream-lilas come under the second heading as gauna sambhoga (secondary category of union).
Remarks/ Extra Information:
No Extra Information available for this song!
UPDATED: June 25, 2009