In Shri Krishnashray Stotram, Shri Vallabhacharya surveys the contrary conditions that prevailed in India some five hundred years ago and advises his followers to seek Krishna refuge in every condition. It was written for his follower Bula Mishra in about 1514 A.D. Bhaktas daily recite this text while in seva to help establish their total shelter in Krishna. Shri Krishnashray Stotram is recited to get blessings of Shri Krishna and to get refuge in his holy feet.
Shri Krishnashray Stotram in Sanskrit ( श्रीकृष्णाश्रयस्तोत्रम् )
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