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CaptionThe sage Narada Muni, in a previous lifetime, existed as a Gandharva known as Upabarhana. With his beautiful face, attractive bodily structure and decorations of flower garlands and sandalwood pulp, his appearance was very pleasing to the women of the city. Thus, Upabarhana was always bewildered by lusty desires. Once, there was a sankirtana festival to glorify the holy names of the Supreme Lord, and the Gandharvas were invited to take part. Upabarhana joined the festival, surrounded by women, and began singing ordinary songs, glorifying the demigods. The great demigods in charge of the affairs of the universe cursed him for his behavior, saying "Because you have committed an offense, you may immediately become a sudra, devoid of beauty."
HeadlineNarada Muni's Previous Birth as Upabarhana
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ArtistsDhrti Dasi, Ramadasa Abhirama Dasa
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