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Bala Bhagavatam
Bala Bhagavatam

Bala Bhagavatam

by Swami Chinmayananda

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Language

English

Publisher

Chinmaya Mission Trust

ISBN

B0002 - Year: 2009 - Pages: 141

Binding

Paperback

Swami Chinmayananda

Author: Swami Chinmayananda
Bharathi Naik/
Publisher: Chinmaya Mission Trust
Year: 2009
Language: English
Pages: 141
ISBN/UPC (if available): B0002

Description

The entire art and literature of India is moulded in the beauty and divinity of Bhagavat. From childhood onwards the Hindu heart is taught to beat in unison with the tenth-chapter here, which narrates the childhood stories of Lord Krishna. He is the one solitary symbol that generated and sustained the spiritual ideal in the heart of the children and appealed to the head of the elders.

The learned and the erudite reveled in the depth of the philosophy, packed away in all the serious discussions and talks that happen all along this glorious work of Vyasa. However, the devoted young hearts of the children loved the stories of Krishna’s early child-hood, full of pranks and mischief’s, meaningful adventures, and purposeful jokes. He soon throws, upon the growing children, a divine light of blue-and-yellow, and all their life they grow to be fascinated with this ideal.

These stories of Bala-Bhagavatam are to be read out by the parents themselves to their children. This must be done in an atmosphare of religious inspiration. Even if we are not able to arrange a complete Altar, at least let us keep a picture of Baby-Krishna on a table nearby, and let us decorate it with flowers, and light up a joss-stick (Agarbathi) in humble reverence and devoted respect to the Lord.

Contents

PART I

Parikshit Meets Kali
King Parikshit is Cursed
Parikshit Meets Suka
Varaha Avatara
Kasyapa
Jaya and Vijaya
Hiranyaksha
Kardama and Devahuti
Kapila
Sati
Dhruva
King Prithu
Puranjana
Priyavrata
The Royal Sage, Rishabha
King Bharata
The Story of Ajamila
Indra and Vritra
Chitrakety
Hiranyakasipu
Prahlada
Gajendra Moksha
The Churning of the Milky Ocean
Vamana Avatara
Matsya Avatara
Rishi Chyavana
King Ambarisha
The Story of King Rantideva

PART II

Kamsa
The Birth of Sri Krishna
Gokula
Poothana and Trinavarta
The Naming Ceremony
Kubera’s Sons Released
The Fruit Seller
Vrindavana
Aghasura Vadham
Brahmaji’s Moha Bhangam
Dhenukasura Vadham
Kaliya Mardanam
Krishna and the Brahmin Women
Indra Yagna Bhangam
Rasa Leela
Salvatino of Sudarshana
Shankhachuda
Narada and Kamsa
Akroora’s Message
Mathura
Death of Kamsa
With the Teacher
Akroora Goes to Hastinapura
Jarasandha and the Rise of Dwaraka
Mukchukunda
Rukmini Haranam
The Jewel Syamntaka
Mura and Narakasura Slain
Narada Sees Krishna’s Glory
Jarasandha Vadham
The Rajasuya
Duryodhana is Insulted
Sudama
Subhadra Haranam
Vrikasura
The Avadhuta
Yadukula Samhar
Lord Leaves for The Supreme Abode
Parikshit Moksha
The Vision of Markandeya
The Glory of Hari Nama

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