Through Wind And Rain

“While Vasudeva was carrying his son Krishna in the falling rain, Lord Shesha in the shape of a serpent spread His hood over the head of Vasudeva so that he would not be hampered by the rainfall. Vasudeva came onto the bank of the Yamuna and saw that the water of the Yamuna was roaring… Continue reading Through Wind And Rain

Episode # 320 – “Dharma Samsthaabhanaarthaaya” – Why should Bhagawan Krishna follow “Dharma”?

In the previous episode, we had witnessed yet another important that Sage Sukhaachaarya narrates – This time it was about Balarama and how he entered into a fight with River Yamuna. Balarama had come to the river bank to perform his daily spiritual rituals, but was lazy enough to walk till the bank. He stopped… Continue reading Episode # 320 – “Dharma Samsthaabhanaarthaaya” – Why should Bhagawan Krishna follow “Dharma”?

Raksha Bandhan! — naadopaasana

Raksha Bandhan is a day on which sisters tie the sacred thread (rakhi) on the wrist of their brothers. A sense of responsibility, well-being, bonding between family members, sharing, etc is inculcated into the family members through the ritual of raksha-bandhan. The ritual denotes not only prayers for protection, health and long life for the… Raksha… Continue reading Raksha Bandhan! — naadopaasana

Library » Śrī Brahma-saṁhitā — rodpush – Iskcon

Library » Śrī Brahma-saṁhitā https://vedabase.io/en/library/bs/foreword/ Foreword The materialistic demeanor cannot possibly stretch to the transcendental autocrat who is ever inviting the fallen conditioned souls to associate with Him through devotion or eternal serving mood. The phenomenal attractions are often found to tempt sentient beings to enjoy the variegated position which is opposed to undifferenced monism.… Continue reading Library » Śrī Brahma-saṁhitā — rodpush – Iskcon

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