ÁVIRBHÁVA(ADVENT) OF BHAGAVÁN KRŚŃA{purely Original E & H Discourse}


25 August 1978 morning, Patna, INDIA

[see the audacity of this scoundrel editors in AM publication whoever have done it till present date, so see by yourself going through the below lines and compare both discourses word by word and see yourself how they have introduced Aryanism in this discourse also – that is they are adding by themselves about – Aryan sentence, when Beloved Baba never speaks about in this whole discourse and also many others facts, they are distorting it confusing the whole content what Beloved Bábá wants to express – let you great supporters of Aryanism - open your whole heart and do something for such a bastard mentality Aryan disease carrying editors who are translating all Beloved Bábá's discourses and publishing the distorted discourses in Electronic edition as well in AM publication books]

Bábá is speaking in English which is typed as it is below which is in bold.

Today is that Krśńa Janmastami, regarding HIS role in development and upliftment of human history, I have already told much in the stories of Mahabhárata, it is going to be printed in book form in near future.


Now Bábá starts speaking in Hindi and I am translating which is in below lines.

Addressing Arjuna, Krśńa is saying -

Yadá yadá hi dharmasya glánirbhavati Bhárata;

Cábhyutthánamadharmasya tadátmánaḿ srjámyáham.

Hey, Bhárata, why it is said as Bhárata, samskrta “Bhr” dhatu means “to feed”, we say “Bharana and paoshan”, the food department, only for food department, we say Jala and Bharana, so Bharana means to feed.

So Bhrata, if one feeds a lady, or one who takes the responsibility to feed a lady – Bhr dhatu plus Ktin prathma ek vacana – “Bhrata” means “husband”.

The husband’s duty is to feed, so the husband is called as “Bhrata”.

Whose responsibility is to feed is known as Bhara, then “tan” prathaka + da = ta.

“ta” means “expansion”, who helps in “all round development”.

“Tan” means “to expand”, as the child’s body goes on growing in size, so from the moment, child takes birth till 39 years of age, the body grows, so till that age, we call the body has “tanu”, so “tanu” means whose nature is to expand, “Tan” means “to expand”, and after 39 years the body starts waning, so we cannot call that as “tan”.

So Krśńa was saying that, those who were important personalities and leaders in society were responsible, and according to one’s capacity, they must feed as well for their all round development of rahani, jismani and ruhani, that is physical, mental and spiritual development, that is for all round development, they shall help.

So addressing Arjuna, Krśńa is saying “Oh! Bhárata, Yadá yadá hi dharmasya glánirbhavati -

Bábá starts speaking in English from here which is in bold.

Whenever dharma comes to its secondary position, depraving position, depraved position, that is dharma is being defeated by adharma, in the temporary phase of the war, finally dharma wins, but you know, a war is divided into several phases, and each and every phase is known as battle.


When it goes beyond the jurisdiction, rather beyond the physical strength of human beings, HE saves, rather HE places dharma in its proper position, in that case humanity was saved, “tat átmá” – tadátmá [tadátmánaḿ] and HE appears has Táraka Brahma. Táraka Brahma polarizes dharma and adharma.


This below is same discourse, that has been edited by the editors of AM Publication and which has been Published in:

Ánanda Vacanámrtam Part 1 and Discourses on Krśńa and Giita[a compilation]

Beloved Baba is expressing this sentence in one of HIS Discourse for these editors like people who were distorting the Aptavakyas- [All these are what? They are the Philosophy, they are scoundrels’ philosophy, fools philosophy, the better term would be Scoundrels Philosophy. And they have been doing this type of exploitation for last 5000 (five thousand) years, from the time of Atharva Veda.]

The Advent of the Lord
25 August 1978 morning, Patna

Yadá yadá hi dharmasya glánirbhavati Bhárata;

Cábhyutthánamadharmasya tadátmánaḿ srjámyáham.

[O Bhárata, at a time when dharma is distorted and adharma is ascendant, I create myself out of my own fundamental factors.]

Some 3500 years ago, Krśńa was born. His ávirbháva (advent) was just at a crucial time – humanity was suffering then. He removed the suffering of humanity by creating Mahábhárata. He gave an assurance to the entire world that there would not be degradation of dharma, that He would come and save it.

Try to understand the utterance of Krśńa. He addresses Arjuna as “Bhárata”. What is the meaning of “Bhárata”? Bhar plus al means “the supplier of food”. Ta means “all-round development”. One who seeks to provide human beings with food, so that they can maintain their existence and attain psychic development, is “Bhárata”.

Up to thirty-nine years the physical body develops, then it decays. On a psycho-spiritual level, one develops up to the end of one�s life. Where development can happen, that part of the land is bháratavarśa – indicating a country. Varśa means a part of the globe. It must be added to bhárata, as bhárata itself does not indicate a country.

Until the Aryans reached India, they had to wander to maintain their lives. Reaching here, the problems of both their physical maintenance and psychic development were solved. Therefore the country was called “Bháratavarśa”.

Krśńa addresses Arjuna as “Bhárata”. Krśńa wanted people to take the responsibility of physico-psycho-spiritual development. Therefore He addresses him as “Bhárata”.

What is gláni [in the shloka (couplet)]? It is a lower state, beneath the generally-accepted standard. When dharma goes lower than its accepted standard, it is said to suffer gláni. For instance, the commonly-accepted place for a crown is the head; if someone wears it on his foot, it can be considered to have suffered degradation. So Krśńa says that where there is degradation in dharma and adharma rises – when people�s hats decorate their feet, and their sandals, their heads – He comes as Táraka Brahma [Liberating Brahma] to reinstate dharma to its original status. Under such circumstances, the actions of ordinary people cut no ice. Then He creates tat átmá – tadátmá [in the shloka], that is, Táraka Brahma. Táraka Brahma polarizes dharma and adharma. He makes them prepared to fight.

Whenever dharma comes into a secondary position, a degraded position, a depraved position; that is, dharma is being defeated by adharma in that temporary phase of the war – finally dharma wins, but you know, a war is divided into several phases, and each and every phase is known as a battle. So in one battle, adharma may win, in another battle, dharma may win, but finally, as a result of the final fight of the war, dharma wins. Hence, O human beings, do not get scared, light is sure to come after darkness.

25 August 1978 morning, Patna

Published in:

Ánanda Vacanámrtam Part 1

Discourses on Krśńa and the Giitá [a compilation]