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To consider the chanting of the Hare Krsna maha-mantra to be one of the auspicious ritualistic mantras mentioned in the Vedas as fruitive activity. Karma-kanda: performing religious ceremonies, following austere vows, practicing renunciation, penances and austerities, fire sacrifices in order to gain material benedictions from the demigods. To equate chanting to other spiritual activities, such […]
PRABHUPADA'S QUOTE OF THE DAY "There is a book called Aquarian Gospel in which it is stated that Lord Jesus Christ lived in the temple of Jagannatha. Without being His devotee, how could he live there and how the authorities could allow a non-devotee to live there? From that book it appears that Lord Jesus […]
As per the evaluation of the value of treasures found from the underground cellars of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple there is around 1,00,000 crore rupees (1 Lakh Crore Rupees)There are 6 cellars in the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple that were marked from A to B. Among them the cellars A and B are not opened for past 150 years.Other cellars were containing precious items […]
PRABHUPADA'S QUOTE OF THE DAY "Child-worship is more important than deity-worship. If you cannot spend time with your child, then stop the duties of pujari. These children are given to us by Krishna. They are Vaisnavas and we must be very careful to protect them. These are not ordinary children, they are Vaikuntha children, and […]
To think that the Hare Krsna mantra can counteract all sinful reactions and one may therefore go on with his sinful activities and at the same time chant the Hare Krsna mantra to neutralize them is the greatest offense at the lotus feet of Hari-nama. To commit sins with the expectation of neutralising the reactions […]
The Vedic scriptures give us an objective description of God as theperson possessing fully the six opulences (excellences) whose fractional presence makes their possessor attractive for everyone. Thename of God, Krishna, conveys all that is conveyed by all other namesand also conveys that which is not conveyed by any other name. Find out more … […]