Translated from Śrī Radha-Govinda-natha’s six-page Bengali commentary on CC Madhya 8.150 by Navadvipa Dasa The inverted play (viparīta-vihāra) that is brought forth by self-forgetfulness (ātma-vismṛti)—or... Read More
by Jaya Devi Cāṇakya, a great scholar of polity whose theories of administration are unparalleled anywhere in the world, has often been criticized for... Read More
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In learning Nyaya, we have to go slow. It is not a question of memorization, but of comprehension. Slow and steady wins the race. Slow and steady gets the grace. If you want the grace, continue the race at a slow pace.