Janmastami Well-wishes To All!
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Rave Reviews for The Journey Home
BY: KUTAMUGDARA DAS
Jan 24, 2014 — AFRICA (SUN) — Devotees love Radhanath Swami's The Journey Home just as much as the Mayavadi reviewers, whose blissful praises adorn the book's cover. Sure, you'll find the admiration of Shiva Rea, BKS Iyengar,…Continue
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Shri Lochana Dasa Thakura was a disciple of Shri Narahari Sarakara Thakura, a dearest associate of Lord Gaura Raya. "My hope of hopes is to be near the lotus feet of Shri Narottama Dasa Thakura and serve him with my very life. The cherished desire of the fallen Lochana Dasa…Continue
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The Divinity of the Guru
by Śrīla Bhaktisiddhānta Sarasvatī Ṭhākura Prabhupāda…Continue
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naumidya te 'bhravapuse tadidambaraya
"I offer my prayers unto You, O praiseworthy Lord who are the child
of the cowherd Nanda. Your complexion is the dark blue color of a
thundercloud and You are clad in silk garments that shine like
lightning. Your charming face is adorned with gunja-mala…
All Glories to Sri Guru and Gauranga
The Loving Search for the Lost
by Srila Bhakti Raksak Sridhar Deva Goswami Maharaja
Sri Krishna and Gopakumara
A Christian theologian predicted that Christianity is on the verge of a
Copernican revolution. Prior to Copernicus, it was believed that the
earth was at the center of the universe, and that the sun and other
planets orbited the earth. Until recently, in the…
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Shri Gopala Bhatta Goswami (the son of a Vyenkata Bhatta, a Shri Vaishnava brahmana) appeared in Shri Rangam, South India. Lord Chaitanya once stayed four months in his home, and converted the family to Gaudiya Vaishnavism. A mere boy at this time, Gopala personally served the Lord. Shri Chaitanya treated him affectionately giving His remnants and blessings to' become an acharya.
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pamho agtACBSP,jai prabhu
I'm glad to hear that mantra and although I been always very fond in Vedic mantra i stopped to do that nowadays by realizing the real utility of…Continue
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Srila Prabhupada once explained the festival this way: "Krishna was just a toy in the hands of the Gopis, so one day the Gopis decided that we shall decorate Him. Puspa abhisheka means a ceremony to decorate the deity profusely with flowers, ornaments, cloths.
After there should be lavish feasting…Continue
Ganga Sagar Mela is a festival observed especially at the confluence of the Ganges and the Bay of Bengal. Kapilasrama, the asrama of Lord Krsna’s incarnation as Kapiladeva, the son of Devahuti, is located at this place.
The festival commemorates King Bhagirathi’s bringing the River Ganges down from the celestial planets…Continue
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The following has been translated from an article in Sadachara Vybhavam of the great Vaishnava devotee Sripad Madhvacharya.
Today is "Makara Sankranti" which is celebrated when the Sun begins the northward journey, marking the beginning of the "uttaraayana punyakaalam". Sun enters the sign of "Makara", (Capricorn) from…Continue
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"Shri Jagadish Pandit was the savior of the world. He was a thundercloud of Krishna prema who rained showers of mercy upon everyone. (CC Adi 11.30)
Shri Jagadish Pandit took birth in Gohati. His father's name was Shri Kamalaksha Bhatta, and he was the son of Bhatta Narayana. Jagadish Pandit's father and mother were…Continue
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Secondary or Indirect Rasas; Comedy, Compassion, Anger, Chivalry, Dread, Astonishment, Ghastliness. "The secondary rasas appear and then disappear after enhancing the flavors of the five primary rasas, and are; laughing, having wonderful visions, feeling anger and experiencing ghastliness and devastation". TLC, Ch 1.
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