HariBhakt Vimla Who Got Darshan of Lord Krishna

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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

The Bhajan on Murlidhar playing flute

जादू भरी मोहन की मुरलिया, जादू भरी…

सब खांवे, प्रभु खावत नाही

जब खावे, तब माखन मिसरिया

जादू भरी मोहन की मुरलिया, जादू भरी…

सब ताकें, प्रभु ताकत नाही

जब ताके, तब तिरछी नजरिया

जादू भरी मोहन की मुरलिया, जादू भरी…

सब नाचें, प्रभु नाचत नाही

जब नाचे, तब ता ता ता थैया

जादू भरी मोहन की मुरलिया, जादू भरी…

सब बोलें, प्रभु बोलत नाही

जब बोले, तब राधा गुजरिया

जादू भरी मोहन की मुरलिया, जादू भरी…

 Meaning of Bhajan:

Krishna’s flute works like magic on us, Brajvasis (in a broader meaning, devotees). We see his charming ways in day to day life.

When we find everyone eating, He doesn’t. He eats only when he gets butter topped with candy.

Everyone looks around openly, not Krishna. Krishna gives naughty, sidelong glances.

When everyone dances, we don’t see Krishna dancing. But when he does, he dances with abandon.

We find everyone speaking, not Krishna. When Krishna utters a word, it is the name of Radha

Bihariji is least bothered whether a person is rich or poor. He sees only the devotion of his bhakts. About 60 years ago there was a devotee of Bihariji whose name was vimla. She had heard many historical incidents about Bihariji and therefore she developed a lot of faith and devotion for him.Whenever she could get a chance to visit Vrindavan , she would come and stand for hours before him, talk to him , and went on looking at his beautiful large eyes. She knew how to stitch clothees and made up her mind to stitch one for Biharji. Since sharad purnima was approaching she decided to make a dress or paushaak (dress) for that occasion. Now she went back home to punjab and told her parents about her mission to stitch a dress for Bihariji and they helped her in choosing a good dress material of white,because that is what is worn on sharad purnima. She stitched the paushaak with utter devotion, always humming bihariji’s bhajan’s while stitching it and always washing her hands before starting. At last the paushaak was ready and she was imagining how elegant Bhariji will look when he wears this paushaak. One day before sharad poornima she came to Vrindavan and handed over the dress to gosainji on seva. Gosainji took her paushaak but told her that the king of Datya had also brought a white paushaak for Bihariji and that will be only used for this great day. This paushaak brought by the king was very valuable and was studded by precious beads and gold zari along with matching jewellery. Vimla’s paushaak was comparatively very simple. On hearing that her paushaak will not be worn by Bihariji, she felt very sad and hurt, but could not do anything about it. All her dreams were shattered and nobody could imagine the pangs of her mind. With tears in her eyes she came out of the temple and went to the ashram where she was staying during her stay in Vrindavan.

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Lord Krishna Loves All Because All Souls are Hindu

The king of Datya was highly puffed up that he had brought such a costly paushaak which no one on that day had brought. He was filled with ego and pride. He had told his tailor, that the paushaak should be so elegant that people who saw it on Bihariji should never forget that the kng of Datya had brought such a precious paushaak. As he was waiting for the opening of the temple he was full of highly haughty ideas as to how the devotees are going to react on seeing such a grand paushaak and they will not lift their eyes and will keep on looking at the paushaak.

[ Gita in Hindi – Click on the link for Complete Srimad Bhagwad Geeta in Hindi ]

Inside the temple the gosainji after doing the abhishek of Bihariji with rose water and other perfumed itters, was trying to put on the dress, but the dress turned out be too tight. He was unable to put it on and a little bit was torn in that process. He was sweating all over and did not know what to do. After a futile try of more than an hour he was left with no other choice but to put on the dress stitched affectionately by vimla.

The temple was open for the public a little late and the king of Datya was anxiously waiting to see his paushaak on Bihariji. The curtain opened and his face became red in anger at not seeing the paushaak brought by him.He came and asked gosainji why his dress has not been worn by Bihariji. Gosainji told him the whole incident that it did not fit him. He looked scornfully at his servants who had come with him ,but was told by gosainji that , it was no fault of theirs. Its Bihariji’s desire to wear the dress brought by a humble devotee who did not have any pride that it was costly, and asked the king of Datya to ask forgiveness from Bihariji.

[ संपूर्ण श्रीमद भगवद्गीता हिंदी के लिए यहा क्लिक करे ]

In a short while Vimla entered the temple and immediately recognised the paushaak stitched by her on Bihariji. She could not believe it that the dress would look so elegant on him. She went on looking at bihariji with tears in her eyes because Bihariji had shown her how much he cared for the sentiments of devotees. The king who was watching Vimla who was lovingly looking at Biharij realised his mistake. He could feel that he lacked in bhava bhakti which Vimla had in plenty and bowed at Bihariji asking him to forgive him for his pride and haughty behaviour. Vimla was overjoyed to see Bihari’s kripa on her. As she looked at him she could feel a smile on Bihariji’s face.

Such are the ways of Bihariji who sees only devotion and love and not riches or position of a person

The bhavna (selfless feeling) with what you offer is more important than precious gift. Such humble is my beloved God Lord Krishna.

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