Friday, August 20, 2010


The Importance of Eyes
ShriMaharaj used to say, "A virtuous person can be identified from his eyes. Even when the gaze of someone who is ever aware of God, lies upon objects, his attention is not actually directed thither. The gaze of one who is a Siddha is dispassionate, like a child's. The gaze of one who is a Mumukshoo displays painful longing. The evil desires that overpower a person usually gain access through the eyes. The setup of a person's mind is known from his eyes. Of a person, we sometimes say he 'has an evil eye.' At the time of death, the eyes are the first to become fixed, losing all reflexes. As soon as the body be­comes lifeless the eyelids cease to move. If eyes are used for looking at God, love for Him will arise sooner. So, one should be on guard when making use of one's eyes. If the eyes are affected, the soles of feet are massaged with oil; oil is dropped in the ears, thereby eyes are relieved. So, to improve one's gaze, one should practice namasmarana and practice listening to it. This will help to steady the mind and make one's gaze wholesome."

Baarayya Gurudeva a kannada bhajan by Shri G.H. Venkatesh Murthy

The following is an audio rendition of a Kannda bhajan: Baarayya Gurudeva
Lyrics by: Poojya Shri Y.S.Gundappa
Music Composed by:  Sri B.V. Balasai
Sung by: Shri G.H.Venkatesh Murthy.

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Geetha Chaithanya - a Marathi Bhajan by Shri Arun Gaangal

The following is Maharaajaanche gaav, a bhajan composed and sung by Shri Arun Gaangal, from the collection 'Geetha Chaithanya,which can be got from Shri Arun Gaangal, Chaithanya Music,Ph.9373811677, 9423093448. MRP.Rs.63.
गीत चैतन्य 
काव्य,संगीत,स्वर - श्री अरुण गांगल 

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