Nāma-aparādha (The Ten Offenses)

There is a very interesting and popular śloka related to Āyurveda—pathye sati gadārttasya kim auṣadha-niṣevaṇaiḥ / pathye’ sati gadārttasya kim auṣadha-niṣevaṇaiḥ. It says that...   Read More

Dealings among Devotees, Krishna’s Involvement

Question: How shall I deal with a situation when a person in the position of an authority is acting inappropriately? As I consider you...   Read More

Bhagavān’s Potencies

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Question: In Anuccheda 16 of the Bhagavat Sandarbha, it is explained that Bhagavān’s potencies are intrinsic to Him because He alone existed before anything...   Read More

Shastra Quiz 11

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

Are Bhakti and Rasa Inherent in the Jiva?

The following Questions and Answers are not included in the Jiva Tattva book.  Question: In the first prayer of the Vedas to Śrī Kṛṣṇa...   Read More

New Book Release: Jiva Tattva!

This long awaited book conclusively deals with the nature of the living being as per the Gauḍīya School of thought and related aspects. It...   Read More

Kīrtana Should Be Performed Without Committing Offenses (5)

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In the internet age, people are very influenced by social media. Different types of lifestyles, foods, drinks, etc. become popular because they are promoted...   Read More

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    The Holy Name is a whole different ball game. In Bhakti the important thing is Bhav – the emotions, the feelings, that is important. Krishna accepts the emotions of a person and he is not so concerned about the pronunciation. He is very lenient. But he knows if you have the proper understanding, you should correct it.

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