Bhagvad Kripa (भगवद् कृपा)
‘Kripa’ (कृपा) or Divine grace that is everflowing love and compassion is being bestowed by Him on one and all.It is His anugraha shakti i.e. kindness which awakens the soul to search for truth and seek the path of spiritual liberation. Once the realisation takes place, the soul is liberated from the worldly desires and finds eternal peace in the communion with God.
Sri Madhavacharya (13th century saint) held that grace was not a gift from God, but rather must be earned. Having got the precious human birth which itself is by His grace, we should endeavour to make use of it to repay for his kindness.
Various scriptures, literature have been written on how to achieve salvation i.e. moksha which is break from birth and death cycle.
Simplest sutra has been given by Krishna to Arjun in Bhagwad Gita for achieving Bahgwad Kripa that is:
Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 18,Verse 18.66, “Setting aside all meritorious deeds (Dharma), just surrender completely to My will (with firm faith and loving contemplation). I shall liberate you from all sins. Do not fear.”
Similarly, Adi Shankaracharya in his famous verse Bhaja Govindam in 8th century, urges his self as:
Govindam bhaja muudhamate
Sampraapte sannihite kaale
Nahi nahi rakshati dukrijnkarane
Worship Govinda, Worship Govinda,
Worship Govinda. Oh my fool mind! (the one who is entangled in Maya)
Rules of Grammar (i.e. worldly knowledge) will not save you
At the time of your death.
Bhaj has literal meaning of Naam Sumiran, kirtanam, dasya bhavam etc. which have come from Navdha Bhakti (nine types of bhakti).
The soul seeking Bhagwad Kripa keeps himself away from ego and worldy desires. He moves on to the path of self conciousness over ruling the pain of death and sorrow and manifests himself in the feet of Sri Sri Radha Madhav.