“Narana Bhajanmala” is an Odia language book that presents a collection of devotional songs dedicated to Lord Krishna, one of the most revered figures in Hindu mythology. Written by various poets and scholars over the centuries, these songs are recited as part of devotional practices aimed at invoking the blessings of the divine.
The book begins with an introduction to the significance of Lord Krishna in Hindu mythology and the various forms in which he is worshiped across India. The author then goes on to present the “Bhajanmala,” a collection of devotional songs that praise Lord Krishna’s divine qualities and his role as the supreme lord of the universe.
Each song is presented in both its original Sanskrit form as well as its Odia translation, making it accessible to readers of all backgrounds. These songs cover a wide range of themes, from the beauty of Lord Krishna’s divine form to his teachings on love, devotion, and spiritual liberation.