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Gaya
By editor - 23.2 2018 In Vedic society, after the death of a relative, especially one’s father or mother, one must go to Gaya and there offer oblations to the lotus feet of Lord Visnu. Therefore hundreds and thousands of men gather in Gayadaily to offer such oblations, or sraddha. Following this principle, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu also went there to offer pinda to His dead father. Glorification of Gaya Dham Gaya dham is located in indian state of Bihar. Narada Muni narration to Sanatkumar . (GAYA ...Read more...
A HIGHER TASTE REMOVES LOWER TASTE
By editor - 23.2 2018 “Bad habits are like a comfortable bed; easy to get into, but hard to get out of”   A friend of mine often argued with me about the local trains of Mumbai. While I found the peak hour travel disgusting, he exclaimed it was all right. I asked him if he...Read more...
HAPPINESS - TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT?
By editor - 23.2 2018   When you are tired walking under the hot sun, and then enter an air conditioned room, what you feel is ‘relief.’ But after the initial relief from the heat has passed on, and the air condition is irrelevant to your other activities inside the room,...Read more...
Mantra Yoga & Primal Sound
From Mantra Yoga and Primal Sound by David Frawley - 23.2 2018 Shakti Bija Mantras Besides the mantric power of letters of the Sanskrit alphabet, there is another series of powerful bija or single-syllable mantras, which consist of several vowels or consonants. These come under the...Read more...
Herbs for the Practice of Yoga 1: Introduction
By editor - 23.2 2018 Herbology for Yogis Traditional Yoga has always rested on a special yogic diet with special yogic herbs to go along with it. Herbs are powerful aids in the practice of yoga, working at both physical and psychological levels. They are useful for both disease...Read more...
Brahmaji’s festival in Vrindavan
By editor - 22.2 2018 Ranganath Temple in Vrindavan celebrates Brahmaji’s festival of thanks to Lord Vishnu Vrindavan, Brahmotsav festival, which is celebrated at this time every year in Vrindavan’s Shri Ranganath temple. The festival  is also known as Rang ji...Read more...
Worship of Lord Brahma, Part 50
BY: SUN STAFF - 22.2 2018   Sri Sowri Perumal A serial exploration of places of Lord Brahma's worship.   Lord Brahma at Thirukkannapuram In the Tanjore district of Tamil Nadu, 10 miles inland from Nagapattinam and 4 miles from Nannilam, is the temple at Thirukkannapuram....Read more...
Finding Shelter in Times of Suffering
By Murari Gupta Dasa - 22.2 2018 From Back to Godhead Even in the most hopeless situations there is hope—when we turn to Lord Krishna. “Can you please speak to my relatives,” a doctor friend requested me after a Sunday feast program in our temple. “Their youngest...Read more...
Offerings with Love
By Mohini Radha Devi Dasi - 22.2 2018 From Back to Godhead Krishna is self-satisfied and does not need anything, but out of His mercy He will accept our offerings of love and devotion. Krishna’s supreme opulence surpasses all description and comparison. Millions of goddesses of...Read more...
The Rabbit that killed the Lion
By Udayananda dasa (ACBSP) - 22.2 2018 Dear assembled Devotees, I was doing some work at my home, and I was listening to some Srimad Bhagavatam lectures giving by His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada. Srila Prabhupada told a humorous story about a rabbit that killed a lion. It was so...Read more...
Vrindavan’s ancient Shiva temples
By editor - 21.2 2018 Shivaratri celebrations in Gopeshwar Mahadev temple This year Maha Shivaratri is being celebrated over two days. The majority of pilgrims who have brought Ganga water to offer to Lord Shiva in Braj are making their offerings today. Many pilgrims will visit...Read more...

P.C. Patrika - 21.2 2018 As part of his first tour of India, Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau visited Braj’s  Elephant Sanctuary on Sunday. The Canadian PM, who is...
By Sacinandana Swami - 21.2 2018 Our lives are like canvases that we are meant to paint on. And just as with painting, from time to time, it helps to step back and return with a fresh...
Sadhu Sanga — Fulfilling Our Society’s Purpose By Giriraj Swami Sri Krishna informs us, “By service of the Absolute Truth, even for a few days, a devotee attains firm and...
By Indradyumna Swami - 21.2 2018 Diary of a Traveling Monk – Volume 13, Chapter 6 As our taxi slowly made its way to the airport through the Delhi traffic, Sri Nama Vanamali Krsna Dasa...
By editor - 20.2 2018 Hinduism is comprised of several different schools of thought or spiritual traditions. Amongst these different traditions or branches, Vaishnavism is one of the largest...
By editor - 20.2 2018 Navaratri No country in the world demonstrates such enduring reverence for the Great Mother Goddess, as does India. The Goddess is celebrated in every form, aspect and...
BY: SUN STAFF - 20.2 2018   Lord Brahma at Darasuram A serial exploration of places of Lord Brahma's worship. Lord Brahma at Darasuram The village of Darasuram is located a few...
From thinking Krishna of having a questionable character to becoming His devotee: Bhaktivinoda Thakur’s journey By Khonika Gope-Kumar - 20.2 2018 [Translated and abridged from the...