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Bharude is a kind of satirical form of presenting the faults of lay human beings. It was started by Eknath who is revered as a saint.


जोशी
संचित बरवें लिहिलें । भाग्यवंता भाग्य चांगलें । कन्यापुत्र पोट पिकलें । वेल मांडवा जाईल ॥१॥
फार देव दुणावेल । पोटभर दोंद सुटेल । गाईम्हशीनें वाडे भरवील । उत्कृष्ट दुभतें होईल ॥२॥
आहे सदैव तुमचा वाडा । रोग जाईल तुमची पीडा । सज्ज जोड्या बसवाया घोडा । विघ्नें जातील देशोधडा ॥३॥
यांत भुलूं नका जाईल नेट । रामनाम भजे झटपट । आहार निद्रा काम लटपट । लोभाची भारी खटपट ॥४॥
मायेचा बाजार हाट । पुढें अवघड घांट नीट । चित्त देऊनि ऐका खुण गा ॥५॥
आया बाया सांगतों नाणी । तुम्ही अवघिया धरा ध्यानीं । उठतां बैसतां शयनीं । कांडितां दळण कांडीन ॥६॥
मातापिता बंधु बहिणी । बाळ भ्रतार सुखाची मांडणी । अंतकाळीं येईना कोणी । एकलें जावें स्वर्गाशीं ॥७॥
कोणी संत येतील घरा । त्यांचा आदरमान करा । अतीत अभ्यागत येती द्वारा । त्यांला कांहीं तरी दान करा । ह्रदयीं आठवा पंढरीनाथ ॥८॥
लगबगा जलदीला मोल । देहगांवचा होरा जाईल । हे डोळेगांवीं दिवस मावळेल । कानपूरचे कवाडे लागतील ॥९॥
तोंडापुर ओस पडेल । दांतवाडीचा मार्ग मोडेल । नाक गांवीं गळती लागेल । सुरतीचा डौल बिघडेल ॥१०॥
मग सरेल अवघी हवा । कांहीं विचार आपल्या जिवा । काहीं घडली नाहीं सेवा । शुद्ध हरपेल गाळ वेडगांवा । बैसली जागा उठवेना ॥११॥
जेणें अंधळे भोळे अज्ञान । यांना गुरुसंत देती ज्ञान । दिला मंत्र तो घर बुडवून । आपल्या स्वहिताकारणें । साठ सहस्त्र ऋषीजन दुर्वास श्रेष्ठ भोजन ॥१२॥
ह्या कंसाचे घरीं । सहा महिने अवद भारी । मिष्टान्न नानापरी अंतीं गेले यमपुरीं । सेवकिला दुर्योधना ॥१३॥
महा संकटें आलीं थोर । यमपुरींची ऐका खबर । ऐशी हजार कोस चौफेर । तेथें नरककुंड अघोर । भारी दुःखाचे डोंगर । समर्थ राजा इंद्र गरीबाचा पाड काय बरें ॥१४॥
तळमळ व्यथा भोगिती । ऐकावयाची गती । वडील करुणा भाकिती । वैश्य कल्याण चिंतिती । दया नाहीं उपाय चालेना गा ॥१५॥
सांगतों अनुसंधान । हित होईल तुमचें कारण । संतांचे संगतीनें । पंगती पवित्र पावन ॥१६॥
द्वारीं तुळसीवृंदावन । एकादशी व्रत नेमानें । हरिदासाचे संगतीनें । हरिकथा पुराण श्रवणा ॥१७॥
कोटी कुळ्या होतील पावन । वैकुंठी त्याचें पेण । एका जनार्दन सांगतो प्रसन्न । नाम श्रेष्ठ पतीत पावन गा ॥१८॥

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TRIŚIRAS II (VIŚVARŪPA)(त्रिशिरस्)

  • Once there was a celebrated Prajāpati of name Tvaṣṭā. Though he was of a pious nature interested in the welfare of Brahmins, he hated Indra. He thought of destroying Indra somehow. With that purpose in view he produced by his wife Recanā, a powerful son and named him Viśvarūpa. The boy had three heads and so he was called Triśiras (Tri=Three Śiras--head) also. He could use his three heads for three different purposes at a time. He would drink wine with one head and mutter the Veda-mantras by another head and see the world by the third. Even from boyhood he disliked worldly pleasures and, abandoning even food, started to do penance. During the hot season he would sit amidst fire and during the cold season he would sit in water to do penance. He would stand with his head down and do penance. The penance of Triśiras was so severe that Indra began to get frightened. He sent celestial maidens to stop the penance but all the attempts proved futile before that great ascetic. Then Indra himself riding on Airāvata went and killed the sage by his Vajrāyudha. Indra feared whether Triśiras would come to life again and wreak vengeance on him. So he ordered a carpenter standing nearby to bring to him the three heads separated from the body. The carpenter cut off the heads from the body and as each head fell to the ground several kinds of birds were found escaping from it. From the head which used to mutter Vedic mantras rose the Kapiñjala birds; from the head used for drinking wine rose Kalapiṅga birds and from the third rose the Tittiri birds. When the birds thus rose to the air Indra was convinced that Triśiras was dead and he went away See under Viśvarūpa. [6th Skandha, Devī Bhāgavata]. 
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