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Friday, October 17, 2008

Bhaktamar[1]



When the gods bow down at the feet of Bhagavan Rishabhdeva the radiance of the jewels of their crowns is intensified by the divine glow of the nails of his feet.Mere touch of his feet absolves beings from the sins. He who submits himself at these feet crosses mundane barriers of rebirth into the state of liberation. I convey my reverential salutation salutations at the feet of Bhagawan Rishabhadev, the first tirthankara. The propagator of the religion at the beginning of this era.




Sr.WordMeaning

1

radiance

The quality of being bright and sending out rays of light


2

intensified

Made more intense

3

absorb

To receive the force of an impact (to soak up a liquid)

4

beings

Human being (the state or fact of existing)

5

mundane

Concern with the world or worldly matters

6

Liberation

The attempt to achieve equal rights or status

7

Rev-er-en-tial

Feeling or showing profound respect or veneration

8

Salutation

An act of honor or courteous recognition

2 comments:

Jigar Mehta said...

The website has audio for each shloka.. do you know who has sung it! ?

Chirag said...

Really Very Very nice thougths and represention.