Jai srimannarayana! please accept my humble obeisances. for the past couple of years I am observing one thing . after the end of every ritual why they are saying NARAYANA SAMARPAYAMI after that the priest is saying SARVAM SREE KRISHNA RPANAM MASTU. recently I heard the same after the LOKA SANTHI YAGNAM in pittsburgh. Also once during RAMANAVAMI celebrations after reading SUNDARAKANDA, the priest said NARAYANA SAMARPAYAMI after that the priest said SARVAM SREE KRISHNA ARPANAM MASTU . Also recently when we performed satyanarayana puja I heard the same. once you said Krishna is Narayana Himself (an ncarnation of Narayana) why the priest says NARAYANA SAMARPAYAMI after that the priest is saying SARVAM SREE KRISHNAARPANAM MASTU . If “Krishna is Narayana himself ” the priest can only say NARAYANA SAMARPAYAMI . If both are same why here we are referring to two different personalities?
ANYTHING CHANTED IN PRAISE OF GOD SHOULD BE OFFERED TO THE LORD ULTIMATE, SRIMAN NARAYANA ONLY, IN VEDIC SAMPRADAYAM. BECAUSE THE LORD OF GODDESS LAKSHMI & BHUDEVI, IS THE SUPREME PURUSHA, WHO IS THE ORIGIN OF THIS ENTIRE UNIVERSE. (HE IS SAHASRA SI:RSHA: PURUSHAHA and HRI:SCHA THE: LAKSHMI:SCHA PATHNYAU) HENCE,
ALL THE PEOPLE BELIEVE AND FOLLOW VEDAS SHOULD SAY AT THE END “SRI:MAN NA:RA:YANA:YE:THI SAMARPAYA:MI”.
WE CANNOT UNDERSTAND THE NATURE OF THAT NA:RA:YANA. THAT NA:RA:YANA HIMSELF TOOK INCARNATION A LOT AND APPEARED ON THIS PLANET EARTH TO SAVE THE SOULS. LAST ONE AMONG THEM WAS LORD SRI KRISHNA. DURING THAT INCARNATION, IN HIS GREAT DIVINE SONG BHAGAVAD GITHA HE SAID “OFFER EVERYTHING TO ME. I SEE THAT IT REACHES
PROPER DESTINATION” ( THATH KURUSHWA MADARPANAM ). OFFER SOMETHING, NOT ONLY TO HIM, BUT TO ANYONE YOU OFFER ANYTHING, THROUGH KRISHNA, IT SAFELY REACHES THE END, WITHOUT ANY CUTS AND DISCOUNTS.
THAT IS THE REASON EVERYBODY HAS TO DEDICATE ANYTHING SAYING ‘SARVAM SRI:KRISHNA:RPANAM ASHTU’.
THOUGH NA:RA:YANA & SRIKRISHNA ARE ONE AND THE SAME, YET, NA:RA:YANA IS THE RIVER AND KRISHNA IS THE DECORATED SHORE. YOU NEED TO ENTER THE RIVER THROUGH A SHORE ONLY, RIGHT! BY SAYING THESE TWO SENTENCES, YOU ARE RECOGNIZING THAT THE RIVER AND THE SHORE ARE NOT SEPARATE.