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Posted: 13 April 2013 at 2:06am | IP Logged
Originally posted by mnx12

Doing M japa as much as you can regulary gives strength & it protects too. Visiting the Jyotirlinga temlple can be once in a while, but making this japa as part of our daily routine will be good. There is M sahastranaam too.



thats actually a nice idea. i feel the amt n time of japa is not imp but howmuch ever do it it shud be done with full devotion.Big smile

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One place that will never cease to mesmerize u more and more even if u have had the luck to visit there. 
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Amazing the Kailash Manasover yatra heard is a dream come true for many. It is not an easy trek. You have to be physically fit and prepare yourself before u for-take this trip. But it is well worth it. 

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Hi, I know I'm late for this discussion...
I think Mount Kailash in DKDM is inspired by Puranas like Bhagavatam, coz in these there is a lush descripton of Kailash.
Like:

SB 4.6.9: The abode known as Kailasa is full of different herbs and vegetables, and it is sanctified by Vedic hymns and mystic yoga practice. Thus the residents of that abode are demigods by birth and have all mystic powers. Besides them there are other human beings, who are known as Kinnaras and Gandharvas and are accompanied by their beautiful wives, who are known as Apsaras, or angels.

SB 4.6.10Kailasa is full of mountains filled with all kinds of valuable jewels and minerals and surrounded by all varieties of valuable trees and plants. The top of the hill is nicely decorated by various types of deer.

SB 4.6.11: There are many waterfalls, and in the mountains there are many beautiful caves in which the very beautiful wives of the mystics are found.

SB 4.6.12: On Kailasa Hill there is always the rhythmical sound of the peacocks' sweet vibrations and the bees' humming. Cuckoos are always singing, and other birds whisper amongst themselves.

SB 4.6.13: There are tall trees with straight branches that appear to call the sweet birds, and when herds of elephants pass through the hills, it appears that the KailasaHill moves with them. When the waterfalls resound, it appears that Kailasa Hill does also.

SB 4.6.14-15: The whole of Kailasa Hill is decorated with various kinds of trees, of which the following names may be mentioned: mandaraparijatasaralatamalatala,kovidaraasanaarjunaamra-jati (mango), kadambadhuli-kadambanagapunnagacampakapa?alaasokabakulakunda and kurabaka. The entire hill is decorated with such trees, which produce flowers with fragrant aromas.

SB 4.6.16: There are other trees also which decorate the hill, such as the golden lotus flower, the cinnamon tree, malatikubjamallika and madhavi.

SB 4.6.17Kailasa Hill is also decorated with such trees as kata, jackfruit, julara, banyan trees, plak?as, nyagrodhas and trees producing asafoetida. Also there are trees of betel nuts and bhurja-patra, as well as rajapuga, blackberries and similar other trees.

SB 4.6.18: There are mango trees, priyalamadhuka and inguda. Besides these there are other trees, like thin bamboos, kicaka and varieties of other bamboo trees, all decorating the tract of Kailasa Hill.

SB 4.6.19-20: There are different kinds of lotus flowers, such as kumudautpala and satapatra. The forest appears to be a decorated garden, and the small lakes are full of various kinds of birds who whisper very sweetly. There are many kinds of other animals also, like deer, monkeys, boars, lions, ?k?as, salyakas, forest cows, forest asses, tigers, small deer, buffalo and many other animals, who are fully enjoying their lives.

SB 4.6.21: There are varieties of deer, such as kar?antraekapadaasvasyav?ka and kasturi, the deer which bears musk. Besides the deer there are many banana trees which decorate the small hillside lakes very nicely.

SB 4.6.22: There is a small lake named Alakananda in which Sati used to take her bath, and that lake is especially auspicious. All the demigods, after seeing the specific beauty of Kailasa Hill, were struck with wonder at the great opulence to be found there.

SB 4.6.23: Thus the demigods saw the wonderfully beautiful region known as Alaka in the forest known as Saugandhika, which means "full of fragrance." The forest is known as Saugandhika because of its abundance of lotus flowers.

SB 4.6.24: They also saw the two rivers named Nanda and Alakananda. These two rivers are sanctified by the dust of the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Govinda.

SB 4.6.28: While traveling, the demigods passed over the forest known as Saugandhika, which is full of varieties of flowers, fruits and desire trees. While passing over the forest, they also saw the regions of Yak?esvara.

SB 4.6.29: In that celestial forest there were many birds whose necks were colored reddish and whose sweet sounds mixed with the humming of the bees. The lakes were abundantly decorated with crying swans as well as strong-stemmed lotus flowers.

SB 4.6.30: All these atmospheric influences unsettled the forest elephants who flocked together in the sandalwood forest, and the blowing wind agitated the minds of the damsels there for further sexual enjoyment.

SB 4.6.31: They also saw that the bathing gha?as and their staircases were made of vaidurya-ma?i. The water was full of lotus flowers. Passing by such lakes, the demigods reached a place where there was a great banyan tree.

SB 4.6.32: That banyan tree was eight hundred miles high, and its branches spread over six hundred miles around. The tree cast a fine shade which permanently cooled the temperature, yet there was no noise of birds.

SB 4.6.33: The demigods saw Lord Siva sitting under that tree, which was competent to give perfection to mystic yogis and deliver all people. As grave as time eternal, he appeared to have given up all anger.

SB 4.6.34: Lord Siva sat there, surrounded by saintly persons like Kuvera, the master of the Guhyakas, and the four Kumaras, who were already liberated souls. Lord Siva was grave and saintly.

SB 4.6.35: The demigods saw Lord Siva situated in his perfection as the master of the senses, knowledge, fruitive activities and the path of achieving perfection. He was the friend of the entire world, and by virtue of his full affection for everyone, he was very auspicious.

SB 4.6.36: He was seated on a deerskin and was practicing all forms of austerity. Because his body was smeared with ashes, he looked like an evening cloud. On his hair was the sign of a half-moon, a symbolic representation.

SB 4.6.37: He was seated on a straw mattress and speaking to all present, including the great sage Narada, to whom he specifically spoke about the Absolute Truth.

SB 4.6.38: His left leg was placed on his right thigh, and his left hand was placed on his left thigh. In his right hand he held rudrak?a beads. This sitting posture is called virasana. He sat in the virasana posture, and his finger was in the mode of argument.

SB 4.6.39: All the sages and demigods, headed by Indra, offered their respectful obeisances unto Lord Siva with folded hands. Lord Siva was dressed in saffron garments and absorbed in trance, thus appearing to be the foremost of all sages.

So this is the varnana of Kailasa. The situation is after Sati's death.

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Posted: 28 April 2013 at 3:20am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Surya_krsnbhakt

Hi, I know I'm late for this discussion...
I think Mount Kailash in DKDM is inspired by Puranas like Bhagavatam, coz in these there is a lush descripton of Kailash.
Like:

SB 4.6.9: The abode known as Kailasa is full of different herbs and vegetables, and it is sanctified by Vedic hymns and mystic yoga practice. Thus the residents of that abode are demigods by birth and have all mystic powers. Besides them there are other human beings, who are known as Kinnaras and Gandharvas and are accompanied by their beautiful wives, who are known as Apsaras, or angels.

SB 4.6.10Kailasa is full of mountains filled with all kinds of valuable jewels and minerals and surrounded by all varieties of valuable trees and plants. The top of the hill is nicely decorated by various types of deer.

SB 4.6.11: There are many waterfalls, and in the mountains there are many beautiful caves in which the very beautiful wives of the mystics are found.

SB 4.6.12: On Kailasa Hill there is always the rhythmical sound of the peacocks' sweet vibrations and the bees' humming. Cuckoos are always singing, and other birds whisper amongst themselves.

SB 4.6.13: There are tall trees with straight branches that appear to call the sweet birds, and when herds of elephants pass through the hills, it appears that the KailasaHill moves with them. When the waterfalls resound, it appears that Kailasa Hill does also.

SB 4.6.14-15: The whole of Kailasa Hill is decorated with various kinds of trees, of which the following names may be mentioned: mandaraparijatasaralatamalatala,kovidaraasanaarjunaamra-jati (mango), kadambadhuli-kadambanagapunnagacampakapa?alaasokabakulakunda and kurabaka. The entire hill is decorated with such trees, which produce flowers with fragrant aromas.

SB 4.6.16: There are other trees also which decorate the hill, such as the golden lotus flower, the cinnamon tree, malatikubjamallika and madhavi.

SB 4.6.17Kailasa Hill is also decorated with such trees as kata, jackfruit, julara, banyan trees, plak?as, nyagrodhas and trees producing asafoetida. Also there are trees of betel nuts and bhurja-patra, as well as rajapuga, blackberries and similar other trees.

SB 4.6.18: There are mango trees, priyalamadhuka and inguda. Besides these there are other trees, like thin bamboos, kicaka and varieties of other bamboo trees, all decorating the tract of Kailasa Hill.

SB 4.6.19-20: There are different kinds of lotus flowers, such as kumudautpala and satapatra. The forest appears to be a decorated garden, and the small lakes are full of various kinds of birds who whisper very sweetly. There are many kinds of other animals also, like deer, monkeys, boars, lions, ?k?as, salyakas, forest cows, forest asses, tigers, small deer, buffalo and many other animals, who are fully enjoying their lives.

SB 4.6.21: There are varieties of deer, such as kar?antraekapadaasvasyav?ka and kasturi, the deer which bears musk. Besides the deer there are many banana trees which decorate the small hillside lakes very nicely.

SB 4.6.22: There is a small lake named Alakananda in which Sati used to take her bath, and that lake is especially auspicious. All the demigods, after seeing the specific beauty of Kailasa Hill, were struck with wonder at the great opulence to be found there.

SB 4.6.23: Thus the demigods saw the wonderfully beautiful region known as Alaka in the forest known as Saugandhika, which means "full of fragrance." The forest is known as Saugandhika because of its abundance of lotus flowers.

SB 4.6.24: They also saw the two rivers named Nanda and Alakananda. These two rivers are sanctified by the dust of the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Govinda.

SB 4.6.28: While traveling, the demigods passed over the forest known as Saugandhika, which is full of varieties of flowers, fruits and desire trees. While passing over the forest, they also saw the regions of Yak?esvara.

SB 4.6.29: In that celestial forest there were many birds whose necks were colored reddish and whose sweet sounds mixed with the humming of the bees. The lakes were abundantly decorated with crying swans as well as strong-stemmed lotus flowers.

SB 4.6.30: All these atmospheric influences unsettled the forest elephants who flocked together in the sandalwood forest, and the blowing wind agitated the minds of the damsels there for further sexual enjoyment.

SB 4.6.31: They also saw that the bathing gha?as and their staircases were made of vaidurya-ma?i. The water was full of lotus flowers. Passing by such lakes, the demigods reached a place where there was a great banyan tree.

SB 4.6.32: That banyan tree was eight hundred miles high, and its branches spread over six hundred miles around. The tree cast a fine shade which permanently cooled the temperature, yet there was no noise of birds.

SB 4.6.33: The demigods saw Lord Siva sitting under that tree, which was competent to give perfection to mystic yogis and deliver all people. As grave as time eternal, he appeared to have given up all anger.

SB 4.6.34: Lord Siva sat there, surrounded by saintly persons like Kuvera, the master of the Guhyakas, and the four Kumaras, who were already liberated souls. Lord Siva was grave and saintly.

SB 4.6.35: The demigods saw Lord Siva situated in his perfection as the master of the senses, knowledge, fruitive activities and the path of achieving perfection. He was the friend of the entire world, and by virtue of his full affection for everyone, he was very auspicious.

SB 4.6.36: He was seated on a deerskin and was practicing all forms of austerity. Because his body was smeared with ashes, he looked like an evening cloud. On his hair was the sign of a half-moon, a symbolic representation.

SB 4.6.37: He was seated on a straw mattress and speaking to all present, including the great sage Narada, to whom he specifically spoke about the Absolute Truth.

SB 4.6.38: His left leg was placed on his right thigh, and his left hand was placed on his left thigh. In his right hand he held rudrak?a beads. This sitting posture is called virasana. He sat in the virasana posture, and his finger was in the mode of argument.

SB 4.6.39: All the sages and demigods, headed by Indra, offered their respectful obeisances unto Lord Siva with folded hands. Lord Siva was dressed in saffron garments and absorbed in trance, thus appearing to be the foremost of all sages.

So this is the varnana of Kailasa. The situation is after Sati's death.

Such a Beautiful description of Kailash & wish we could see this.. but if the Human eyes sees this Now... They won't spare those animals too... There's always a reason for everything...
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thanks dear for this awesome information on the description of mount kailash. no wonder its hidden from common man else  man would destroy it too.

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