The speaker of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita is the Supreme Lord, Sri Krishna. Only those who have entered into the heart of Sri Krishna can understand the real implication and significance of His sayings and the purpose of His speech and advice. Outside people cannot understand.
(1) As devotees our goal is to have one-pointed devotion to Śrī Krishna and Śrīmatī Rādhika and to develop the internal moods of Śrī Vrindāvan dhām. With this in mind why do devotees place a lot of significance on the chanting of prayers to Śrī Nrisimhadeva as part of our sādhana?... Read
When one stops his offences against the Vaishnavas and utters Krishna's Name even once, he easily receives the Supreme Lord's grace. Criticising the sadhu is the same as criticising the lotus feet of Sri Guru, and that is an offence against the Supreme Lord.
When Guruji narrates in Harikatha the pastimes of Supreme Lord, he brings that scene before our eyes. When we have heard Guruji speak Druva Charitra and call repeatedly Where is Padma Palash Lochan Hari? we would feel as though Druva is there in person, calling out to Supreme Lord.... Read
Disappearance of Srila Madhusudan Das Babaji Maharaj of Suryakund.
Fasting for Mokshda Ekadashi.
Paran after 10:06 am.
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Devotional Practices for Kartik. Includes Sri Bhajan Rahasya summary, Asta Kaliya Yam Kirtans(songs for eight Period of devotional service) for Kartik, meaning of damodarastaka and Giriraj-Goverdhaana.... Download