miércoles, diciembre 12, 2012

¡Gloria a ti Vivekananda Swamiji, gloria, gloria!

(Una Alabanza)
¡Gloria a ti Vivekananda Swamiji, gloria, gloria!
¡Sobre la humanidad eres la eterna bendición divina!
Eres la voz sin forma, gloria a ti toda gloria!
¡Gloria a ti Vivekananda Swamiji, gloria, gloria!

¡Oh líder de los seres humanos, tu eres el gran humano;
eres la austeridad brillante, eres el rey de los renunciantes!
En la conciencia infinita eres gran burbuja de dicha;
¡Gloria a ti Vivekananda Swamiji, gloria, gloria!

¡Eres “el gran héroe” servidor de Ramakrishna;
eres su amigo “Arjuna”;
en tu verdadera naturaleza eres el Señor Shiva!
¡Gloria a ti Vivekananda Swamiji, gloria, gloria!

English Translation: (A Praise)
Vivekananda Swamiji! Glory to you, glory, glory! On humanity are the eternal divine blessing! You're the voice without form, glory to you all glory! Oh leader of human beings, you are a great man. You are brilliant in your austerity, you are the king of the renouncers! In the infinite consciousness you are a great bubble of joy! You are "The great hero" servant of Ramakrishna,  you are his friend "Arjuna". In your true nature you are Lord Shiva! Vivekananda Swamiji Glory to you, glory, glory!

(En Hindi)/Transliterated
Manava-jati par tum ho Swamiji
sasvata divya ashirvad;
amurta-vani Vivekananda;
tumhara jai jaikar!
Manava-nayaka, he mahamanava
tapo-dipta tyagi-raj;
ananta chitme ananda-budbuda
tumhara jai jaikar!
Ramakrishna-dasa Mahavira,
Ramakrishna sakha Aryuna;
Shiva-swarupa Vivekananda;
tumhara jai jaikar!

मानव जाति पर तुम हो स्वामीजी
शाश्वत दिव्य आशीर्वाद ;
अमूर्त वाणी विवेकानंद ;
तुम्हारा जय जय कार !

मानवनायक , हे महामानव
तपोदीप्त त्यागीराज ;
अनंत चित में आनंद बुदबुदा
तुम्हारा जय जय कार !

रामकृष्ण-दास महावीर ,
रामकृष्ण-सखा अर्जुन ;
शिव-स्वरुप विवेकानंद ;
तुम्हारा जय जय कार !

3 comentarios:

  1. Gracias Padre Swamijí, es un mimo al alma escucharlo cantar!

  2. Thank you very much; i'd like to share a beautiful story of Swamiji, with a Spanish ending :-)
    A man of God is recognized everywhere. One reads in God Lived with Them: (pp. 61-2)
    On October 24 1900 he (Swami Vivekananda) left Paris for the East with Monsieur and Madame Loyson, Jules Bois, Madame Calvé, and Miss Macleod. He visited Vienna, Constantinople, Athens, and Cairo. "What a pilgrimage it was!" recalled Madame Calvé. "Science, philosophy, and history had no secrets from the swami. I listened with all my ears to the wise and learned discourse that went on around me…. One day we lost our way in Cairo. I suppose, we had been talking too intently. At any rate, we found ourselves in a squalid, ill-smelling street*, where half-clad women lolled from windows and sprawled on doorsteps. The swami noticed nothing until a particularly noisy group of women on a bench began laughing and calling to him.

    "'Poor children!' he said. "Poor creatures! They have put their divinity in their beauty. Look at them now!" He began to weep. The women were silenced and abashed. One of them leaned forward and kissed the hem of his robe, murmuring brokenly in Spanish, "Hombre de Dios, Hombre de Dios!' [Man of God]"