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Did We Live in All Previous Yugas?

Question: I have a question about the nitya-baddha jīva and reincarnation. If we (jīvas) have reincarnated since time immemorial, then we have existed in all...   Read More

Doubt in God’s Existence / Conditioned Free Will

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Question: I would really love to believe, know, and experience that god exists. It would make life much easier. Convincing myself about God’s existence does...   Read More

Tattva Sandarbha Plagiarized?

Recently a devotee approached us and claimed that Babaji’s edition of Tattva Sandarbha and that of HG Gopiparanadhana prabhu are almost identical, which he...   Read More

Kanyā-dānam – Donating a Daughter

The marriage ceremony, vivāha-saṁskāra, according to Vedic or Hindu tradition, is a lengthy process that may take weeks for completion. One of the most...   Read More

Nāma-aparādha: The Eighth Offense

The Name Is Not To Be Equated with Pious Works Bhakti and karma are two distinct paths. The qualifications needed for the two paths...   Read More

Bhagavan’s Presence in the Murti

Question: Sometimes I don`t experience the presence of Bhagavān in the mūrti, and think that the mūrti is material. At other times, when I...   Read More

Shastra Quiz 6

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This quiz is designed to motivate you to study the Gaudiya Vaishnava scriptures in specific, and the Sad Darshanas in general, which are necessary...   Read More

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    Making mistakes is good because this is how you learn. This is how you develop the muscles of your brain. That is why in sastra there are wrong examples given so you know what is wrong. To know what is pramana you also have to know what is error… Love means to make mistakes together. Then he went on to explain, Sanksrit is the language of love, so we join everything together.

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