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2 Traps of Maya!

    2 Traps of Maya!   "Remembering the instructions of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu to always be engaged in propagating the glories of Krishna's holy names for the upliftment of the fallen souls, is the only shelter for the fallen soul aspiring perfection in this present Age.   The alternative passages are actually traps of […]

Bhagavad-Gita Chapter 12, Verse 16

Chapter 12: Devotional Service Verse: 16anapeksah sucir daksa udasino gata-vyathah sarvarambha-parityagi yo mad-bhaktah sa me priyah Translation: My devotee who is not dependent on the ordinary course of activities, who is pure, expert, without cares, free from all pains, and not striving for some result, is very dear to Me. Explanation:Srila Prabhupada comments, "A devotee […]

Krishna Kathamrita Bindu 218

Download now or preview on posterous bindu218.pdf (377 KB) ———- Forwarded message ———-From: Gopaljiukatha (Gopaljiu Publications) <Gopaljiukatha@pamho.net> Date: Sat, Jan 9, 2010 at 6:08 PMSubject: KK Bindu #218To: "(Krishna Kathamrita) Bindu (Email Mini-magazine)" <Bindu@pamho.net> Our humble obeisances to all the vaishnavas! Jaya Sri Sri Guru Gauranga! You will find attached to this text issue #218 […]

I Try To Use The Time Well

I was alert and attentive. My chanting was good and I did not have any pain in my head. So much depends on my physical condition for my sadhana. When a physical distraction comes it disrupts my performance of chanting or writing. When I’m clear I try to use the time well. From Bhajan Kutir […]

Can You Taste the Transcendental Mellow?

        Srila Prabhupada has taught us that Krishna kirtana (the chanting of the Lord's holy names) is an ocean of transcendental sweetness or mellow. Can you taste it? If we are not tasting it, we need the guidance of someone who is tasting it. In other words we need the mercy of […]

Srila Prabhupada speaks on January 10

PRABHUPADA'S QUOTE OF THE DAY "The powerful hari-nama is so strong that even if one unconsciously or consciously they imitate: "Hare Krishna." They have no intention to chant the holy name of Krishna, but they imitate or criticize, "Hare Krishna." That also has effect." Los Angeles, January 10, 1971