Bhakti in the hearts of men. One of these hymns is the famous Bhaja Govindam. The way of devotion, is not different from the way of knowledge. BHAJA GOVINDAM Tranlation With Telugu Script – Download as Word Doc .doc) , PDF File .pdf), Text File Bhaja Govindam Lyrics and Meaning. Bhaja Govindam is a popular Hindu devotional composition attributed to Adi Shankara. This work of Adi Shankara underscores the view that devotion (Bhakti) to.

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Therefore, one path, i. The desires give birth to ego and from that stems all problems and karmas, which bind one to take birth again and again. Is there no one to guide you? Worship Govinda, worship Govinda, Worship Govinda, oh fool! All this is possible only by cultivating devotion for realising Govinda, the abiding Truth and making a concerted effort to get released from the bondage of this phenomenal existence.

Yogaratah – let one who revels in Yoga, Vaa – or, Bhogaratah – let one who revels in Bhoga, Vaa – or, Sangaratah – let one seek enjoyment in company, Vaa – or, Sangaviheenah – let one who revels in solitude away from the crowd, Yasya – for whom, Brahmani – in Brahman, Ramate – revels sportsChittam – ni mind, Nandati – he enjoys, Nandati – he enjoys, Nandatyeva – only he enjoys.

One gets entangled in Samsaara due to the attachment to the tools of Maya, such as wealth, friends, youth, etc.

If so, what is the use of all these disguising appearances, if not for the sake of filling one’s own stomach? Such a person will get exposed soon.

Telugu songs and lyrics — Welcome to the world of music : Bhaja Govindam — Adi Shankaracharya

Regulated breathing or pranas and sense control or withdrawal from their respective sense-objectsreflection or discrimination of values between permanent and the impermanent or eternal and the transient along with japa on the holy name of God and meditation to reach the inner-self or to silence the turbulent mind – one has to perform these with care and extreme care.

Even the most persistent sorrows will be cured by the true knowledge of the self, as with the dawn of wisdom, man’s native powers will assert themselves. The essence is that when one is young, one should learn and put teougu practice the art of renunciation of desires, which is the basic reason for all sufferings, so that by the time one gets old, it becomes a habit to adjust oneself to the situation at that time and one retires with peace of mind and ultimately leaves the body in tranquility and inner joy.


The objects of fascination are so numerous and their enchantments are so powerful that it is too difficult to resist and fight against. Go or Gobhih means Vedic words, statements or declarations of Upanishads. Time cuts off the ij of life and the death snatches away the life. Precisely for this reason, one has to over-grow from the sense-objects and body-related desires. Bhaja Govindam, Bhaja Govindam.

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Wealth can purchase only sense-gratification that too for a limited period of time but if one wants permanent peace of mind, the only recourse is to contemplate on God.

The potent bonds of desire should be totally eliminated from the system of the individual. The more the number of possessions one accumulates, the more one has to feel insecure and fear, as one day one may lose them, perhaps, when one is not careful and cautious in one’s dealings, but definitely at the time of death.

Sri Adi Sankaracharya asks his younger brethren in this sloka to ponder over the weakness of extreme attachment to things of the world outside and the futility that it brings ultimately. One may go and take bath in the holy Ganges or even at the confluence of Ganga and ocean, or observe vows and perform many charities, yet devoid of jnana and unless one has the glimpse of Truth or God, one will not gain mukti or get released from the birth-and-death cycle even in hundred lives, according to all schools of thought.

Thus, suffering from the ravages of time, one leads an agonising life.

Kaa – where is, Te – your, Kaantaa – wife, Dhanagat – pertaining to wealth, Chintaa – worry, Vaatula – O distracted one, Kim – is there, Tava – to you, Na asti – not, Niyantaa – the ordainer of rules one who ordains or commandsTrijagati – in the three worlds, Sajjan – of the good, Sangati – association, Sajjanasangati – the association with the goodEkaa – bhaa, Bhavati – becomes can serve asBhaava arnava tarane – to cross the sea of change birth and deathNaukaa – the boat. Giving up all egoistic-feelings of duality completely and maintaining equal-minded in all circumstances, attain soon the Vishnu-status.


It is not that easy.

To give up truly is to abandon the desires that work up the mind. One must attain liberation by gradually reducing and ultimately getting rid of attachments, as from attachment flows grief and delusion. They do not plan their lives. A person leading a dharmic life must also submit to sorrows as willingly as one accepts pleasures. There is a story attached to the composition of this Hymn. He exhorts each one of us, through these slokas, to develop discerning and discriminating faculty, which is dormant in us, due to our complete surrender govimdam Moha and worldly attractions, in order to distinguish between the permanent and the teluggu, the real and the unreal and to practice dispassion or Vairagya.

All these five elements put together is felugu Praanaayaama. As Geetacharya instructed and preached, the only path to get rid of the vicious cycle of birth-death-birth is to incessantly pray Lord teljgu shower His bountiful and infinite kindness on us.

It is undoubtedly and indisputably crystal clear that nowhere in the govundam one has witnessed a Jagatguru of Sri Adi Sankaracharya calibre and stature. All this is possible with only Sadhana, dedicating the action, devotion to the Lord, service to the mankind, constant introspection, and contemplation on the Highest. Our prayers should be so powerful and strong that they should cross the outer periphery of our being and penetrate into HIS kingdom in our innermost-self and outside as one imagines in Dwaita Bhaava and melt HIM.

We all waste and while away our lives in material pursuits, earthly attachments, relegating God to one of the objects that we require for our physical comfort and convenience. Desire is a natural instinct and sublimation, and not suppression, of this natural instinct is the positive development and a giant step towards spiritual unfoldment.

By attuning oneself with the sacred bhzja of the Lord, the devotee tries to elevate oneself to those noble qualities of the Lord.