Aayo Sharan Tumhare Baba
For the establishment of a society with righteousness, it is important for Pandavas to win this. Lord Krishna told him that to commence the war, the head of the bravest Kshatriya needs to be sacrificed and Barbareek, according to Shree Krishna was bravest among whole Kshatriya clan. Barbareek, extremely happy and blessed by Shree Krishna’s divine form, agreed to give his head to Shree Krishna. Before decapitating himself, Barbareek had expressed to Shree Krishna his great desire to view the forthcoming battle. Krishna thus placed the head on top of a hill overlooking the battlefield. From the hill, the head of Barbareek watched the entire battle.
At the end of the battle, the victorious Pandava brothers argued amongst themselves as to who was responsible for the victory. When they asked Shree Krishna, he told them the story of Barbareek and suggested that Barbareek’s head, which had watched the whole battle, should be allowed to judge. When they ascended the hilltop and asked, Barbareek’s head said that it was Shree Krishna alone who was responsible for the victory. I saw Shree Krishna in his warrior form beheading the evil armies with his sudarshan chakra. Shree Krishna, extremely happy with the devotion and the great sacrifice by Barbareek granted him a boon that he would be known by Krishna's own name (Shyam) in the kaliyug (present era) and worshiped in his own form. Krishna had declared that Barbareek’s devotees would be blessed just by pronouncing his name from the bottom of their hearts. Their wishes would be granted and troubles removed if they worship Shyamji (Barbareek) with a true piety.
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
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