Kṛpā kā Jharanā
The Waterfall of Grace


Poem by Ami Bansal

Waterfall of Grace - Epilogue
This concludes the Account titled, Kṛpā kā Jharanā—The Waterfall of Grace.

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The chakor bird is indigenous to Asia. In Indian scriptures and mythology, the chakor bird is said to receive all its sustenance from the light of the moon. The chakor’s focus on the moon is undivided, as it knows that without the moon it would have no life. Therefore, sages and poet-saints often refer to the chakor as a metaphor for one-pointed love and devotion to God.

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