Śrī Bhakti-Rasamrita-Sindhu

*/ Third Wave: Chivalry Vīrya-rasa saivotsāha-ratiḥ sthāyī vibhāvādyair nijocitaḥ | ānīyamānā svādyatvaṃ vīra-bhakti-raso bhavet ||4.3.1|| “When utsāha-rati attains an enjoyable nature by suitable vibhāvas and other elements [of rasa ], it is called vīra-bhakti-rasa .” yuddha-dāna-dayā-dharmaiś caturdhā-vīra ucyate | ālambana iha prokta eṣa eva caturvidhaḥ ||4.3.2|| “There are four type of vīra or valiant persons: yuddha-vīra, dāna-vīra, dayā-vīra and dharma-vīra

*/ Fourth Wave: Compassion Karuṇa-rasa ātmocitair vibhāvādyair nītā puṣṭiṃ satāṃ hṛdi | bhavec choka-ratir bhakti-raso hi karuṇābhidhaḥ ||4.4.1|| “When śoka-rati is nourished in the heart of the devotee by suitable vibhāvas and other elements [of bhakti ] it is called karuṇa-bhakti-rasa. ” ||4.4.2|| “Though imperishably blissful Kṛṣṇa can never fall from His svarūpa of bliss into misery, because of particular

*/ Fifth Wave: Anger Raudra-rasa nītā krodha-ratiḥ puṣṭiṃ vibhāvādyair nijocitaiḥ | hṛdi bhakta-janasyāsau raudra-bhakti-raso bhavet ||4.5.1|| “When krodha-rati is nourished in the devotee’s heart by vibhāvas and other elements suitable to himself, it becomes raudra-bhakti-rasa. ” kṛṣṇo hito’hitaś ceti krodhasya viṣayas tridhā | kṛṣṇe sakhī-jaraty-ādyāḥ krodhasyāśrayatāṃ gatāḥ | bhaktāḥ sarva-vidhā eva hite caivāhite tathā ||4.5.2|| “There are three viṣayas for

*/ Sixth Wave: Dread Bhayānaka-rasa vakṣyamāṇair vibhāvādyaiḥ puṣṭiṃ bhaya-ratir gatā | bhayānakābhidho bhakti-raso dhīrair udīryate ||4.6.1|| “The wise say that when bhaya-rati is nourished by the vibhāvas and other elements [of rasa ] it becomes bhanāyaka-bhakti-rasa. ” kṛṣṇaś ca dāruṇāś ceti tasminn ālambanā dvidhā | anukampyeṣu sāgassu kṛṣṇas tasya ca bandhuṣu ||4.6.2|| dāruṇāḥ snehataḥ śaśvat-tad-aniṣṭhāpti-darśiṣu | darśanāc chravaṇāc ceti smaraṇāc

*/ Seventh Wave: Ghastliness Vībhatsa-rasa puṣṭiṃ nija-vibhāvādyair jugupsā-ratir āgatā | asau bhakti-raso dhīrair bībhatsākhya itīryate ||4.7.1|| “When jugupsa-rati is nourished by its vibhāvas and other elements [of rasa ], it is called bībhatsa-bhakti-rasa by the wise.” asminn āśrita-śāntādyā dhīrair ālambanā matāḥ ||4.7.2|| “The aśritas and śānta-bhaktas and other who are not close to the Lord are the ālambana of this

*/ Eighth Wave: Compatible & Incompatible Mellows Maitrī-Vaira-Sthiti athāmīṣāṃ krameṇaiva śāntādīnāṃ parasparam | mitratvaṃ śātravatvaṃ ca rasānām abhidhīyate ||4.8.1|| “Next, the friends and enemies among the various rasas beginning with śānta-rasa will be described in order.” śāntasya prīta-bībhatsa-dharma-vīrāḥ suhṛd-varāḥ | adbhutaś caiṣa prītādiṣu catuḥṣv api ||4.8.2|| “The friends of śānta-rasa are dāsya ( prīti-rasa ), bībhatsa-rasa, dharma-vīra-rasa and adbhuta-rasa. Adbhuta-rasa

*/ Ninth Wave: Incomplete Expression of Mellows Rasābhāsa pūrvam evānuśiṣṭena vikalā rasa-lakṣaṇā | rasā eva rasābhāsā rasa-jñair anukīrtitāḥ ||4.9.1|| “What appears to be rasa but is without the previously-mentioned characteristics is called rasābhāsa by the knowers of rasa .” syus tridhoparasāś cānu-rasāś cāparasāś ca te | uttamā madhyamāḥ proktāḥ kaniṣṭhāś cety amī kramāt ||4.9.2|| “ Rasābhāsas are classed as three

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