THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON – MADHAVA


THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON – MADHAVA:

THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON - LORD MADHAVA WITH GODDESS MADHAVI: In the Divine Song called Bhagavad Gita, Chapter X, 'The Infinite Glories of the Ultimate Truth'-'VIBHUTI VISTARA YOGA' that describes the LORD God Creator's Infinite Divine Attributes, in verse # 35, Lord Krishna describes Himself as The Lord of Spring Season - The Flowery Season: "Rtunam Kusumakarah."
THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON – LORD MADHAVA WITH GODDESS MADHAVI: In the Divine Song called Bhagavad Gita, Chapter X, ‘The Infinite Glories of the Ultimate Truth’-‘VIBHUTI VISTARA YOGA’ that describes the LORD God Creator’s Infinite Divine Attributes, in verse # 35, Lord Krishna describes Himself as The Lord of Spring Season – The Flowery Season: “Rtunam Kusumakarah.”

The word ‘Spring’ describes the move upward or forward from the ground, it denotes resilience or bounce, and it means to grow or develop or come into existence quickly. Among the Seasons, the Spring Season is the time during which plants begin to grow after lying dormant all Winter. In the North Temperate Zone, the Spring Season includes the months of March, April, and May, the period between the Vernal Equinox and the Summer Solstice.

THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON - MADHAVA: The Spring Season begins on March 20, 2014, the Vernal Equinox, the day on which the duration of Light and Darkness(Day and Night) are equal in all parts of the world.
THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON – MADHAVA: The Spring Season begins on March 20, 2014, the Vernal Equinox, the day on which the duration of Light and Darkness(Day and Night) are equal in all parts of the world.

LORD MADHAVA – THE LORD OF THE SPRING SEASON:

THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON - MADHAVA: In Indian tradition, the Spring Season is called 'BASANT', 'VASANT', or 'MADHAVAM'. A chief, alluring feature of this Season is the flowering of plants. Mangifera indica, the MANGO plant, native of India bears flowers and promises to deliver its sweet, and delicious fruits.
THE LORD OF SPRING SEASON – MADHAVA: In Indian tradition, the Spring Season is called ‘BASANT’, ‘VASANT’,’KUSUMAKARA’ or ‘MADHAVAM’. A chief, alluring feature of this Season is the flowering of plants. Mangifera indica, the MANGO plant, native of India bears flowers and promises to deliver its sweet, and delicious fruits.

The Spring Season is a time for rebirth, regeneration, renewal, and regrowth after a period of dormancy. Man derives a sense of joy and happiness when the plants start their growing process and quickly bear attractive flowers. It gives the experience of ‘Sweetness’ which is called ‘Madhurya’ in Sanskrit language. It is the manifestation of a creative process, or the operation of a creative energy that makes human existence possible¬†giving man the sensation associated with consuming nectar, honey, or sweet wine. In Indian tradition, this creative energy is personified as Goddess Madhavi, and Her consort is viewed as the Controller of the creative energy and is called Lord Madhava. Today, I would like to seek the Blessings of Lord Madhava and Goddess Madhavi to renew my creative energy that would guide me to express my thoughts using sweet words and to promote the well-being of all my readers and become a source of Happiness to all people who are in the pursuit of Happiness.

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