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Articles by Satyanarayana Dasa

Yuktatama—A Devotee is the Best Yogī

In Bhagavad Gītā, Śrī Kṛṣṇa uses the word yukta many times. The word yukta is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj, “to join

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Questions & Answers

Material and Spiritual Love

Question: Often Vaiṣṇavas say that in the material world, there is only self-centered love or kāma, while kāma for Krsna is selfless love,

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Gaudiya Vaishnavas

In Memoriam: Sriman Jagadananda Das Ji

Jagadananda Das, a.k.a. Jan K. Brzezinski (b. 1950), joined the Hare Krishna movement in Toronto, Canada, in 1970 and was initiated by Srila

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Articles by Satyanarayana Dasa Gaudiya Vaishnavas

Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇavas versus Smārta Brāhmaṇas

Question: As you know, the Smārtas, Śrī Vaiṣṇavas, and Madhvas differ philosophically. While people at times engage in polemical attacks on Smārtas, the

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Bhakti-ratna Course 4

Syllabus Our new course will start on October 15th. The class schedule as per Indian Standard Time from Monday through Friday is as

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Questions & Answers

Humility and Self-esteem

Question: Within Vaiṣṇava circles, there is a huge emphasis on humility. One should consider oneself lower than a blade of grass, we ought

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Guru Questions & Answers

Recognizing a Qualified Teacher

Question: How does one find and recognize the correct guru for oneself? Answer: Guru means a teacher. As regards to spirituality, guru means

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