Prabhu Ji Tum Chandan Hum Paani
Krishna befriended with the Pandava prince Arjuna and became his counsel. In the Kurukshetra war, which was between the Pandavas and Kauravas (led by King Dhritarashtra), Lord Krishna became the Arjuna's charioteer. Sri Krishna tried to avoid the battle despite the provocations by the Kauravas. Dhritarashtra refused any compromise and war became inevitable. Sri Krishna offered a choice to his dearest friend Arjuna - either to choose Sri Krishna, or he could choose Krishna's armies. Arjuna chose the counsel of Sri Krishna. The war happened in Kurukshetra and it was on the battlefield when Sri Krishna gave the immortal dialogue of the Bhagavad Gita.
This aspiring passage also mentioned how one can seek union with the God. The Bhagavad Gita did not require world renunciation but encouraged world acceptance. The Bhagavad Gita and the life of Sri Krishna played an important role in making spirituality accessible to ordinary people. The central message of Bhagavad Gita and Sri Krishna was for man to take part in desireless action - motivated not by human ego, but for the divine cause.
Bhajano mein vilin hokar jivan rupi ras ka swaad chakhati humen Jaya Kishori Ji ke mukh se nikle madhur swar adbhut hain
Achyutam Keshavam Krishna Damodaram Rama naraynam Janaki vallabham Kaun kehta hai Bhagvan aate nahi Tum Meera ke jais...