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Many Gaudiya Vaisnava acaryas have quoted verses from the Narada-pancaratra in their own works. Verses from the Narada-pancaratra have been quoted in the Bhakti-rsamrta-sindhu (1.2.11 and 13), the Laghu-bhagavatamrta (verse 147) and thirty-one times in the Hari-bhakti-vilasa.

The principal subject matter of this literature is Sri Krsna and it contains various names, mantras, prayers and kavacas related to Sri Radha-Krsna.

Vaisnava-dharma is the oldest religion. Indeed, worship of Lord Visnu is the eternal constitutional duty of all living entities. The Vaisnava religion is elaborately described in the Bhagavad-gita and the Srimad-Bhagavatam.

Vaisnava-dharma is also propagated in the Upanisads, wherein devotional service, which is the life and soul of Vaisnava-dharma, has been described in the form of codes.

About the Author:

Sri Narada-pancaratra is an ancient Vaisnava literature that was compiled by Srila Vyasadeva. It deals with five branches of transcendental knowledge and was spoken by Lord Siva to the great sage Narada. Another name of this literature is Jnanmrtasara. The five types of knowledge described in this book are-knowledge of the Absolute Truth, knowledge of liberation, knowledge of devotional service, knowledge of mystic yoga, and knowledge in the mode of ignorance.

 

Introduction

Sri Narada-pancaratra is an ancient Vaisnava literature that was compiled by Srila Vyasadeva. It deals with five branches of transcendental knowledge and was spoken by Lord Siva to the great sage Narada. Another name of this literature is Jnanamrtasara. The five types of knowledge described in this book are—knowledge of the Absolute Truth, knowledge of liberation, knowledge of devotional service, knowledge of mystic yoga, and knowledge in the mode of ignorance.

Many Gaudiya Vaiava acaryas have quoted verses from the Narada-pancaratra in their own works. Verses from the Narada-pancaratra have been quoted in the Bhakti-rasamtrasindhu (1.2.11 and 13), the Laghu-bhsgavatamrta (verse 147) and thirty-one times in the Hari-bhakti-vilasa. The principal subject matter of this literature is Sri Krsna and it contains various names, mantras, prayers and kavacas related to Sri Sri Radha Krsna.

Vaisnava-dharma is the oldest religion. Indeed, worship of Lord Visnu is the eternal constitutional duty of all living entities. The Vaisnava religion is elaborately described in the Bhagavad-gita and the Srimad-Bhagavatam. Vaisnava-dharma is also propagated in the Upaniads, wherein devotional service, which is the life and soul of Vaisnava-dharma, has been described in the form of codes.

Since time immemorial, Vaisnava literature has been divided into two classes—Pancaratra and Vaikhanasa. A mention of paracaratra is found in the Sãnti-parva of the Mahabharata. There, it is stated that the main subject matter of this literature is the path of surrender, or unalloyed devotion. According to the rules and regulations that are prescribed in the Fan carãtra, surrender to the Supreme Lord is the ultimate goal of all living entities. As a result of engaging in various types of pious activities, one’s heart becomes purified so that one automatically develops the mood of surrender.

The performance of both pious and impious activities are described in the Pancaratra. As a yogi makes his mind suitable for samadhi by the practice of yama and niyama—the follower of the Pancaratra makes his heart suitable for the worship of Lord Vasudeva by the practice of regulative devotional service. That is why the pancaratra system of religion is considered to be the preliminary stage of unalloyed devotional service to the Supreme Lord. Devotional service in the mood of sänta and dasya is stressed in this literature. Pancaratra deals with the rules and regulations that are prescribed on the path of complete surrender to the Supreme Lord.

The word pancaratra has been mentioned in an ancient scripture called Satapathabrahmana, which is a part of the Vedic literature. There, it is said that Lord Narayaia Himself has appeared in five features as the Pancaratra. In another ancient literature called Abidudhnya Samhita, it is said that the Supreme Lord personally composed the Pancaratra and revealed in it His five fèatures—Para, Byuha, Vibhava, Antaryami and Arcca. According to some scholars, the five branches of knowledge contained in the Pancaratra are Saiva, Saura, Sakta, Gauapatya and Paupata. There is no doubt that the knowledge presented in the Pancaratra was greatly respected by the people of ancient India.

Sri Narada-pancaratrais divided into five rãtras, or sections, and each rãtras consists of a number of chapters. A description of the introduction and propagation of the Pancaratra system of religion is found in the Santi-parva of the Mahãbhãrata. It is stated therein that Brahma first received this knowledge from the Supreme Lord, Narayana. Then, in due course of time, Brahma taught it to the great sages known as Barhisat. Later on, this knowledge was handed down to King Abikampana and some time thereafter it was lost. Finally Brahma who was born on a lotus flower received this knowledge to Vivasvan who then handed it down to Manu. From Manu Iksvaku received this knowledge and from him it was spread throughout the universe. When the universe will be annihilated at the time of final dissolution this knowledge will be merged within the body of Lord Narayana.

 

CONTENTS
Volume One

 

FIRST RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1: The glories of the Narada-pancaratra, as told by Srila Vyasadeva to Sukadeva 1
CHAPTER 2: Narada Muni hears a voice from the sky. The
glories of the Lord's prasada, as told by Lord
Brahma to Sanatkumara
25
CHAPTER 3: The glories of Sri Krsna, as told by Lord Brahma to Sanat-Kumara 49
CHAPTER 4: The glories of the Sri Krsna kavaca 75
CHAPTER 5: Narada Muni receives the Sri Krsna kavaca 101
CHAPTER 6: Conversation between Lomasa Rsi and Narada Muni 111
CHAPTER 7: Narada Muni approaches the asrama of Mahadeva 131
CHAPTER 8: Narada Muni's prayers to Mahadeva 157
CHAPTER 9: Mahadeva instructs Narada Muni 169
CHAPTER 10: The commencement of the great festival of Lord Brahma 181
CHAPTER 11: The festival of Lord Brahma and presentations to Narada 205
CHAPTER 12: Prayers offered to the Lord 217
CHAPTER 13: Instructions by the Lord to the Gandharva, Upabarhana 241
CHAPTER 14: Discussion of unchaste women 251
CHAPTER 15: The deliverance of Narada Muni from his curse 285
SECOND RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1: Mahadeva instructs Narada 295
CHAPTER 2: A description of the universe 309
CHAPTER 3: The revelation of mantras of Sri Radha 335
CHAPTER 4: The glories of Sri Radha 365
CHAPTER 5: The Sri Radha-kavaca 381
CHAPTER 6: The glories of Sri Radha further explained 399
CHAPTER 7: Narada Muni inquires from Mahadeva about liberation from material bondage 409
CHAPTER 8: Narada Muni inquires from Mahadeva about the practice of mystic yoga 425

 

CONTENTS
Volume Two

 

Introduction   ix
THIRD RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1
 
Parvati Inquires From Mahadeva about the Process of
Worshiping Lord Visnu
  1
CHAPTER 2
 
The Performance of Nyasa and the Chanting of Mantras While
Worshiping the Lord and His Various Energies
  9
CHAPTER 3
 
An Explanation of Various Nyasas and Mantras   21
CHAPTER 4
 
A Further Explanation of the Performance of
Various Nyasas
  31
CHAPTER 5
 
Meditation Upon Lord Krsna In His Transcendental
abode, Vrndavana
  41
CHAPTER 6
 
The Process of Worshiping Lord Krsna Whereby one
Can attain Samipya-Mukti, the Liberation of Becoming
an Eternal associate of the Lord
  55
CHAPTER 7
 
Instructions on Worshiping the Lord and His associates   63
CHAPTER 8
 
Further Instructions on Worshiping the Lord and His
Associates
  77
CHAPTER 9
 
The procedure For Performing Fire Sacrifice   85
CHAPTER 10
 
Service to Lord Krsna after Diksa. Meditation
Upon Lord Krsna
  93
CHAPTER 11
 
The Process of Worshiping Lord Krsna at Noon.
Meditation Upon Lord Krsna
  101
CHAPTER 12
 
Service to Lord Krsna In the Evening
The Worship of the Gopis
  111
CHAPTER 13
 
Worship of Lord Krsna In His Mantra Form The
Process of Tarpana
  119
CHAPTER 14
 
The Chanting of Various Mantras and Their Results   129
CHAPTER 15
 
Description of Lord Krsna In Dvaraka   153
FORTH RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1
 
Mahadeva Narrates One Hundred and Eight Names
of Lord Krsna to Narada Muni
  175
CHAPTER 2
 
The Glories of Lord Visnu, as Described In a
Conversation Between Parvati and Lord Siva
  189
CHAPTER 3
 
The One Thousand Names of Lord Visnu, as told
by Lord Siva to Parvati
  199
CHAPTER 4
 
Narada Muni Glorifies Lord Visnu   269
CHAPTER 5
 
The Trailokya-Mangala-Kavaca of Sri Krsna   277
CHAPTER 6
 
Prayers to Lord Gopala   289
CHAPTER 7
 
A Description of the Gopala-kavaca   295
CHAPTER 8
 
The One Thousand Names of Lord Gopala   301
CHAPTER 9
 
The Paraphernalia Used For Worshiping the Lord   357
CHAPTER 10
 
Five Types of Worship   363
CHAPTER 11
 
Twelve Kinds of Purification Practiced by Vaisnavas   71
FIFTH RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1
 
Lord Krsna's Instructions For the Age of Kali   379
CHAPTER 2
 
The Benefits of Chanting the Twelve-Syllable
and Eighteen-Syllable Mantras
  405
CHAPTER 3
 
Methods For Meditating Upon the Lord and
Worshiping Him
  423
CHAPTER 4
 
Further Descriptions of Meditation and
Worship of the Supreme Lord
  435
CHAPTER 5
 
The One Thousand Holy Names of Sri Radha   447
CHAPTER 6
 
The Glories of the One Thousands Holy Names
of Sri Radha
  505
CHAPTER 7
 
The Sri Radha-Kavaca   513
CHAPTER 8
 
An Explanation of the Meanings of Some of
the Supreme Lord's Holy Names
  523
CHAPTER 9
 
Worship of and Mediation on Sri Radha   533
CHAPTER 10
 
The Practice of Mystic Yoga, or Mantra-Yoga   541
CHAPTER 11
 
The Glories of Mystic Yoga   555

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Many Gaudiya Vaisnava acaryas have quoted verses from the Narada-pancaratra in their own works. Verses from the Narada-pancaratra have been quoted in the Bhakti-rsamrta-sindhu (1.2.11 and 13), the Laghu-bhagavatamrta (verse 147) and thirty-one times in the Hari-bhakti-vilasa.

The principal subject matter of this literature is Sri Krsna and it contains various names, mantras, prayers and kavacas related to Sri Radha-Krsna.

Vaisnava-dharma is the oldest religion. Indeed, worship of Lord Visnu is the eternal constitutional duty of all living entities. The Vaisnava religion is elaborately described in the Bhagavad-gita and the Srimad-Bhagavatam.

Vaisnava-dharma is also propagated in the Upanisads, wherein devotional service, which is the life and soul of Vaisnava-dharma, has been described in the form of codes.

About the Author:

Sri Narada-pancaratra is an ancient Vaisnava literature that was compiled by Srila Vyasadeva. It deals with five branches of transcendental knowledge and was spoken by Lord Siva to the great sage Narada. Another name of this literature is Jnanmrtasara. The five types of knowledge described in this book are-knowledge of the Absolute Truth, knowledge of liberation, knowledge of devotional service, knowledge of mystic yoga, and knowledge in the mode of ignorance.

 

Introduction

Sri Narada-pancaratra is an ancient Vaisnava literature that was compiled by Srila Vyasadeva. It deals with five branches of transcendental knowledge and was spoken by Lord Siva to the great sage Narada. Another name of this literature is Jnanamrtasara. The five types of knowledge described in this book are—knowledge of the Absolute Truth, knowledge of liberation, knowledge of devotional service, knowledge of mystic yoga, and knowledge in the mode of ignorance.

Many Gaudiya Vaiava acaryas have quoted verses from the Narada-pancaratra in their own works. Verses from the Narada-pancaratra have been quoted in the Bhakti-rasamtrasindhu (1.2.11 and 13), the Laghu-bhsgavatamrta (verse 147) and thirty-one times in the Hari-bhakti-vilasa. The principal subject matter of this literature is Sri Krsna and it contains various names, mantras, prayers and kavacas related to Sri Sri Radha Krsna.

Vaisnava-dharma is the oldest religion. Indeed, worship of Lord Visnu is the eternal constitutional duty of all living entities. The Vaisnava religion is elaborately described in the Bhagavad-gita and the Srimad-Bhagavatam. Vaisnava-dharma is also propagated in the Upaniads, wherein devotional service, which is the life and soul of Vaisnava-dharma, has been described in the form of codes.

Since time immemorial, Vaisnava literature has been divided into two classes—Pancaratra and Vaikhanasa. A mention of paracaratra is found in the Sãnti-parva of the Mahabharata. There, it is stated that the main subject matter of this literature is the path of surrender, or unalloyed devotion. According to the rules and regulations that are prescribed in the Fan carãtra, surrender to the Supreme Lord is the ultimate goal of all living entities. As a result of engaging in various types of pious activities, one’s heart becomes purified so that one automatically develops the mood of surrender.

The performance of both pious and impious activities are described in the Pancaratra. As a yogi makes his mind suitable for samadhi by the practice of yama and niyama—the follower of the Pancaratra makes his heart suitable for the worship of Lord Vasudeva by the practice of regulative devotional service. That is why the pancaratra system of religion is considered to be the preliminary stage of unalloyed devotional service to the Supreme Lord. Devotional service in the mood of sänta and dasya is stressed in this literature. Pancaratra deals with the rules and regulations that are prescribed on the path of complete surrender to the Supreme Lord.

The word pancaratra has been mentioned in an ancient scripture called Satapathabrahmana, which is a part of the Vedic literature. There, it is said that Lord Narayaia Himself has appeared in five features as the Pancaratra. In another ancient literature called Abidudhnya Samhita, it is said that the Supreme Lord personally composed the Pancaratra and revealed in it His five fèatures—Para, Byuha, Vibhava, Antaryami and Arcca. According to some scholars, the five branches of knowledge contained in the Pancaratra are Saiva, Saura, Sakta, Gauapatya and Paupata. There is no doubt that the knowledge presented in the Pancaratra was greatly respected by the people of ancient India.

Sri Narada-pancaratrais divided into five rãtras, or sections, and each rãtras consists of a number of chapters. A description of the introduction and propagation of the Pancaratra system of religion is found in the Santi-parva of the Mahãbhãrata. It is stated therein that Brahma first received this knowledge from the Supreme Lord, Narayana. Then, in due course of time, Brahma taught it to the great sages known as Barhisat. Later on, this knowledge was handed down to King Abikampana and some time thereafter it was lost. Finally Brahma who was born on a lotus flower received this knowledge to Vivasvan who then handed it down to Manu. From Manu Iksvaku received this knowledge and from him it was spread throughout the universe. When the universe will be annihilated at the time of final dissolution this knowledge will be merged within the body of Lord Narayana.

 

CONTENTS
Volume One

 

FIRST RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1: The glories of the Narada-pancaratra, as told by Srila Vyasadeva to Sukadeva 1
CHAPTER 2: Narada Muni hears a voice from the sky. The
glories of the Lord's prasada, as told by Lord
Brahma to Sanatkumara
25
CHAPTER 3: The glories of Sri Krsna, as told by Lord Brahma to Sanat-Kumara 49
CHAPTER 4: The glories of the Sri Krsna kavaca 75
CHAPTER 5: Narada Muni receives the Sri Krsna kavaca 101
CHAPTER 6: Conversation between Lomasa Rsi and Narada Muni 111
CHAPTER 7: Narada Muni approaches the asrama of Mahadeva 131
CHAPTER 8: Narada Muni's prayers to Mahadeva 157
CHAPTER 9: Mahadeva instructs Narada Muni 169
CHAPTER 10: The commencement of the great festival of Lord Brahma 181
CHAPTER 11: The festival of Lord Brahma and presentations to Narada 205
CHAPTER 12: Prayers offered to the Lord 217
CHAPTER 13: Instructions by the Lord to the Gandharva, Upabarhana 241
CHAPTER 14: Discussion of unchaste women 251
CHAPTER 15: The deliverance of Narada Muni from his curse 285
SECOND RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1: Mahadeva instructs Narada 295
CHAPTER 2: A description of the universe 309
CHAPTER 3: The revelation of mantras of Sri Radha 335
CHAPTER 4: The glories of Sri Radha 365
CHAPTER 5: The Sri Radha-kavaca 381
CHAPTER 6: The glories of Sri Radha further explained 399
CHAPTER 7: Narada Muni inquires from Mahadeva about liberation from material bondage 409
CHAPTER 8: Narada Muni inquires from Mahadeva about the practice of mystic yoga 425

 

CONTENTS
Volume Two

 

Introduction   ix
THIRD RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1
 
Parvati Inquires From Mahadeva about the Process of
Worshiping Lord Visnu
  1
CHAPTER 2
 
The Performance of Nyasa and the Chanting of Mantras While
Worshiping the Lord and His Various Energies
  9
CHAPTER 3
 
An Explanation of Various Nyasas and Mantras   21
CHAPTER 4
 
A Further Explanation of the Performance of
Various Nyasas
  31
CHAPTER 5
 
Meditation Upon Lord Krsna In His Transcendental
abode, Vrndavana
  41
CHAPTER 6
 
The Process of Worshiping Lord Krsna Whereby one
Can attain Samipya-Mukti, the Liberation of Becoming
an Eternal associate of the Lord
  55
CHAPTER 7
 
Instructions on Worshiping the Lord and His associates   63
CHAPTER 8
 
Further Instructions on Worshiping the Lord and His
Associates
  77
CHAPTER 9
 
The procedure For Performing Fire Sacrifice   85
CHAPTER 10
 
Service to Lord Krsna after Diksa. Meditation
Upon Lord Krsna
  93
CHAPTER 11
 
The Process of Worshiping Lord Krsna at Noon.
Meditation Upon Lord Krsna
  101
CHAPTER 12
 
Service to Lord Krsna In the Evening
The Worship of the Gopis
  111
CHAPTER 13
 
Worship of Lord Krsna In His Mantra Form The
Process of Tarpana
  119
CHAPTER 14
 
The Chanting of Various Mantras and Their Results   129
CHAPTER 15
 
Description of Lord Krsna In Dvaraka   153
FORTH RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1
 
Mahadeva Narrates One Hundred and Eight Names
of Lord Krsna to Narada Muni
  175
CHAPTER 2
 
The Glories of Lord Visnu, as Described In a
Conversation Between Parvati and Lord Siva
  189
CHAPTER 3
 
The One Thousand Names of Lord Visnu, as told
by Lord Siva to Parvati
  199
CHAPTER 4
 
Narada Muni Glorifies Lord Visnu   269
CHAPTER 5
 
The Trailokya-Mangala-Kavaca of Sri Krsna   277
CHAPTER 6
 
Prayers to Lord Gopala   289
CHAPTER 7
 
A Description of the Gopala-kavaca   295
CHAPTER 8
 
The One Thousand Names of Lord Gopala   301
CHAPTER 9
 
The Paraphernalia Used For Worshiping the Lord   357
CHAPTER 10
 
Five Types of Worship   363
CHAPTER 11
 
Twelve Kinds of Purification Practiced by Vaisnavas   71
FIFTH RATRA
 
CHAPTER 1
 
Lord Krsna's Instructions For the Age of Kali   379
CHAPTER 2
 
The Benefits of Chanting the Twelve-Syllable
and Eighteen-Syllable Mantras
  405
CHAPTER 3
 
Methods For Meditating Upon the Lord and
Worshiping Him
  423
CHAPTER 4
 
Further Descriptions of Meditation and
Worship of the Supreme Lord
  435
CHAPTER 5
 
The One Thousand Holy Names of Sri Radha   447
CHAPTER 6
 
The Glories of the One Thousands Holy Names
of Sri Radha
  505
CHAPTER 7
 
The Sri Radha-Kavaca   513
CHAPTER 8
 
An Explanation of the Meanings of Some of
the Supreme Lord's Holy Names
  523
CHAPTER 9
 
Worship of and Mediation on Sri Radha   533
CHAPTER 10
 
The Practice of Mystic Yoga, or Mantra-Yoga   541
CHAPTER 11
 
The Glories of Mystic Yoga   555

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