Tag Archive | Festivals

Sri Krsna Janmastami

The following needs to be viewed using the Balaram font – if you do not have it, then download it for FREE from HERE CHAPTER ONE The Advent of Lord Kåñëa Once the world was overburdened by the unnecessary defense force of different kings, who were actually demons but were posing themselves as the royal […]

GAURA Purnima

The divine appearance of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu This festival celebrates the appearance of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu just over five hundred years ago in West Bengal. The festivities take place in temples all over the world, and especially so in the Mayapur area (near Calcutta), the birthplace of Lord Caitanya and international centre for his followers. […]

Jesus and some facts!

    SENTIMENTAL ATTACHMENT? I had to consider, am I (are we?) so determined to believe Jesus was a devotee of Krishna or lived in India because for many of us, our religious pasts were either Christian or Jewish, and therefore we have various types of sentimental attachment to this? It may have its influence […]

The Advent of Bhagavad Gita

The Advent of Bhagavad Gita What is the Bhagavad Gita?Links (many good references and various Acharyas editions of Bhagavad Gita) This is the annirversary day commemorating the day that Srimad Bhagavad Gita was spoken by Lord Sri Krishna to His dearmost devotee Arjuna at the place now known as Jyotisar Tirtha amid the waring families […]

Tulasi – Shaligram Vivaha:

This is the celebration of the marriage ceremony of Srimati Tulsi Devi and Lord Sri Krishna. The incident is to be found in the story of Tulsi at the link below.For those enthusiastic to perform the ceremony on Srimati Tulsi Devi and Her Lord (to be performed upon the Shaligram Shila) one can follow the […]

Sri Dhamodarashtakam

Starting from today is the most auspicious of all auspicious months; the Kartik maas; also known as Damodar month. This month is very dear to Srimatai Radharani and also known as Radharani’s month. Devotees offer ghee lamp to Lord Damodar and sing the Damodar Ashtakam during this month for the pleasure of the Lord. (found […]


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