2 edition of Gajendra, the king of the elephants found in the catalog.
Gajendra, the king of the elephants
by Vaikuntha Press in [S.l.]
|Statement||retold by Mary Scioscia ; illustrations and lettering by Loetitia S. Lilot.|
|Contributions||Lilot, Loetitia S., ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.S419 Gaj 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||95127888|
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In the described story, Vishnu saves Gajendra, King of the elephants, from the jaws of a giant crocodile. Anna Milagrits introduces this timeless Purana for children and assures her young audience that it is important to ask for help and support, even if Author: Anna Milagrits.
Gajendra, the king of the elephants, is an illustrative and captivating way of upholding the glories of the Supreme Lord and His devotees.åÊWith a systematic developmental approach in depiction of the pastime of Lord with His dear devotee Gajendra, we facilitate the child to learn His glories and draw the inspiration to lead a good virtuous life dovetailed towards spirituality.
A Place To Explore Bhakti. Gajendra, the elephant In the Satya Yuga, there lived a great king by name Indradhyuma, who was the son of King Sumati. He was a spiritual king and great ruler. His. Gajendra is a powerful king of elephants who one day, entered a lake with his whole family members and enjoying the water sports.
Suddenly, a huge crocodile caught hold of him and in spite of all his strength, the Elephant king was unable to do anything because, the place where he is i, e water is not his natural position thus, does not have the strength to fight against the : Ramana Pingili.
Gajendra Moksha, or The king of the elephants book, is an important incident found in the Bhagavad Purana and it shows the importance of Bhakti, prayer and true devotion. Once there was an elephant named Gajendra. He was the king of a huge herd of elephants and he had thousands of queen elephants with whom he used to bathe and Gajendra in a huge lake.
Gajendra’s Prayers of Surrender In this chapter, the prayers by Gajendra, the King of the elephants, are described. It appears that the King of the elephants was formerly a human being known as Indradyumna and that he learned a prayer to the Supreme Lord.
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“Gajendra Moksha” a prayer, addressed to Lord Vishnu by Gajendra, the King Elephant, is one of the most magnificent hymns of bhakt i from the Bhagavat Mahapuran, embellished with the jnana and vairagya of the Upanishads. Published on In this gripping feature, Babar overcomes the tragic death of his mother to become the King of Elephants and the ruler of.
The Liberation of Gajendra the Elephant Gajendra Moksha, The Liberation (Moksha) of Gajendra, is a legend from the Bhagavata Purana, which narrates the adventures of the god Vishnu. There was once an elephant named Gajendra who lived in a lovely garden located on Mount Trikuta, the "Three-Peaked Mountain," in ancient India.
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Out of all, one particular elephant, Gajendra, is remembered by generations of humankind for his extraordinary surrender to God. His glories are sung in India’s ancient historical texts known as Puranas (meaning very old) even after millions of years. The famous prayers by this elephant is well-known as Gajendra : Bhadra Balaram Das.
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Sara Gruen (Goodreads Author) avg rating — Missing: Gajendra.The artist of this statue representing one of the best known Vaishnava legends, the Gajendra-moksha’ – redemption of the elephant king by Lord Vishnu from the jaws of a crocodile, has carved on a wood-piece details which even the most skilled jeweller or ivory-carver would hardly be able to delineate in their mediums.
Not merely the proper theme or principal legend, or any of its essential.