HariBhakt Mata Who Got Darshan of Lord Krishna

There are very few people in this world and especially Bharatwasis who got darshan of Bhagwan Krishna personally. We have listed historical incidents of all such people in series of such posts. This is also one of the living proof that Krishna is supreme God of this endless and eternal universe and everything beyond or within it.

They Met Lord Krishna Personally

So Can You

Mira Bai Wrote Great Bhajans on How Fools can treat your bhakti with apprehensive behavior and taunts But Still you should continue.

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Mira Bai’s Bhajan English Meaning Below

1. Let the worldly people criticize our devotion; we should not lose faith in singing the glory of Lord Hari, who removes all our sufferings.

2. The physical world and its perishable pleasures are always in stark contrast to the life of a true devotee (Gopi). To whom shall we talk about such a devotion when the rest of the world is after materialistic values?

3. As we know and feel the devotion and love of Lord Krishna, we must bear the evil words, thoughts and actions against us by those who are ignorant

4. When a diamond looks like another piece of a rock, how can we convey the worth of a real diamond (devotion) to someone totally immersed in worthless attributes?

5. As we recognize the value of a real diamond (devotion), let God give us the strength to put up with the strange ways and means of the worldly people (2:69)

6. Devotee Mira sings the glory of Giridhar Krishna, “O Gopis! Surrender your mind at His feet! This will set you free of any illusions and miserable cycles of life and death.”

Once I was having tea at a tea stall on the vrindavan parikrama marg. I was about to finish my tea when an old lady entered and greeted me by saying Radhe Shyam. I greeted back in the same manner and was wondering if I knew her. At that moment another group of people came and she greeted them also in the same manner. I understood that is the ettiquete of vrindavan and she is following that. I asked her amma will you have tea? She replied, no not yet.I have come here under the instructions of Bihariji because he told me that someone will give me Rs 5/- I thought that must be one of her ways to ask for money and took out a 5/- Rs note and was handing it over to her. She gave a cool stare and said, no the person who is going to give me the money is younger than you. He is in his early thirties. I thought she is a little out of her mind and found her conversation very weird. I got up to go but she stopped me and said, see that man who is coming towards the tea stall,I think he is the one whom Bihariji has instructed to give me Rs.5/-, I did not pay much attention to what she was saying but saw that the man was coming inside the tea stall and gave her Rs. 5/- That was how I became curious to know more about her. So I followed her but she vanished out of sight within seconds,but after a shot while I saw her coming out from a hut with Rs 10/- and the prescription of some medicine. As she saw me she said, o that’s good! Bihariji has sent you here to bring this medicine so please bring it from the chemist. Without asking any questions I obeyed her and went off to buy the medicine. I was obviously curious to know for whom she had got that medicine so I kept standing there. She was talking to a poor old lady whose child was having very high fever. I heard her telling her to give these medicines three times a day. After consoling the poor lady she started going . I was impressed by her helping attitude. She was collecting the money to help others and not for herself. Now I had a desire to know more about his noble woman. I stopped her by saying mata ji!..mataji!, but she ignored,and went away.

The next day I went to the same place with hopes of meeting her again but came back disappointed. On the third day I met her by chance and I literally begged her to stop and tell me more about herself. She gave a sigh saying, Bihariji! Do you want to remind me my miseries which I had long forgotten? If that is your wish then I will narrate how I came to Vrindavan.

She started telling me that she had lived a very happy life with her family which included her husband, four sons, their wives and children. She had served the family with full devotion. Her husband was a wealthy merchant and the sons had also joined the family business. Everyone in the family was very respectful to the parents. One day there was a small boil on the foot of this lady and eventually it turned out that she had developed the germs of leprosy. There was a sudden change of attitude among all the members of the family towards her. Everyone including her husband who loved her dearly tried to avoid sitting next to her. She was isolated and spent her days in a secluded room. Her utensils were kept separately which she washed herself. She could understand all this for the welfare of her family but one day she got a rude shock when all her sons came with their wives and wanted to say something to her. The eldest son on behalf of others came with the proposal that amma should go and stay in some place of pilgrimage where they will send money or her daily needs.After all this is an infectious disease and even amma will not like it if any of her child or grand child get infected.

Krishna even today roams in Vrindavan as a cowherd

Krishna even today roams in Vrindavan as a cowherd

She kept on listening and just nodded. The sons went away leaving her to wonder if they were the same sons who would not eat before amma started eating her meal. That night she skipped her dinner which, the maid servant had left for her in the room. The whole night she was tossing and turning and could not have even a wink of sleep. She went on thinking what to do. Should she jump in a well? Should she leave home? All these thought came to her mind. At last in the early hours of morning she quietly packed a few clothes and took what ever meager money she had and left home without telling any one. She had no one to share her plight.

One poor lady used to come to her and she used to give her many things in charity to help her. She landed at her doorstep and woke her up. After hearing her sad story she advised her to go to vrindavan where she could get help from one of her relative who had gone there and had become a babaji. The lady offered to go with her and leave her there with her relative and soon they reached vrindavan. For a few days the relative of that lady shared the food he begged with her but he too died and she was again left alone to fight for her survival. She felt embarrassed to beg in the beginning but soon got used to it.

Jai Shree Krishna

One day when she went to bathe in the yamuna river her foot slipped and she was on the verge of drowning. She was in an unconscious state and all she could remember was that a very attractive boy had dived into the river to save her.When she became conscious she was surrounded by some brij folks. She looked every where to find the charming diver but he was no where to be seen. The people around her told her that she had a very lucky escape. She looked at her foot and was astonished. She found that there was not a single wound,her leprosy had disappeared. One person from the crowd advised her to go to Bihariji’s temple and thank him for saving her life. She had never been here before so now that she was no longer infected by leprosy, she wanted to thank God, she entered the temple and was looking at Bihariji spell bound because it was this charming boy only who has dived in the yamuna and saved her life. With tears in her eyes and a shiver of excitement going through her entire body she vowed that she will depend only on Bihariji who had brought her to vrindavan. Leprosy was just a temporary excuse to detach her from her family. Now she was doing sewa of Bihariji in her small way by helping his devotees who were in need. He was the only true friend she had in his world.

Swami sri haridas ji says in one of his padas:

hit to kee je kamal nain, so jaa ke hith aage sab hit laage feeke.

ke hith kije sadhu sangati soun, jyun kalmash jaayee sab jee ko.

hari ko hith eiso, jaise rang majeeth; sansaar hith rang kusumbh din duti ko.

kahe sri hardas hith ki je bihariji saun

aur nibaahun jaani jee ko.

It means swamiji says o brother!If you want to love, then love only Bihariji or love his bhakts who are always engrossed in Bihariji’s bhajans only.The worldly love is temporary made out of faded colours of flowers which is finished the moment you are of no use to your so called loved ones, but Bihariji’s love is permanent which is made out of the scent of flowers. It is Bihariji alone who will by your side when you are in pain or trouble,your relatives and friends will run away the moment they see approaching for help.Bihariji will wash away all your sins and take you in his arms. Such is the love of bihariji.

This is True If you want to Immerse in Lord Krishna’s Bhakti then renounce meeting selfish people. Avoid people who dwell in materialistic things. Follow Lord Krishna Bhakts. Radhe Radhe

source: historic incident

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  1. krishna at banke bihari and pandit roj raat ko water glass, laddu, or be kuch raat ko rakh ke or krishna ki big murti ka room band krke or subah khol ke krishna khud laddu khaa lete ha or panni be pee lete ha
    sach mai chamatkar hua ha means lord krishna appeared at banke bihari daily..