Introducing: Jiva Vedic Psychology

“Spirituality means to become aware of spirit, consciousness, or the Supreme Person, God. All the other knowledge is related to matter, and in the...   Read More

The Prayers of Vṛtrāsura

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In the previous article, we read about the dealings between Citraketu and Lord Śiva. Having been was cursed by Goddess Pārvatī, Citraketu becameVṛtrāsura, manifesting from the yajña performed by sage Tvaṣṭā. Tvaṣṭā had a son named Viśvarūpa who was killed by Indra

The Intimate Dealings of Vaiṣṇavas

In the Sixth Canto, 17th Chapter, there is a description of King Citraketu who was travelling in space in his airship, surrounded by hundreds of beautiful celestial women, called Vidyādharīs, who are famous for their melodious singing. Citraketu engaged in the kīrtana of Bhagavān, accompanied by these beautiful lady singers.

Śrī Guru Darśanam – New Publication

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On the occasion of Śrī Haridāsa Śāstrī Mahārāja's Tirobhava Mahotsava at Kalidaha on October 14th, a new book was published and presented:Śrī Guru Darśanam - An Anthology of Questions and Answers with Śrī Śrī Haridāsa Śāstrī Mahārāja Navatīrtha

Is Bhakti Dependent on Indian Culture?

QUESTION: Why can I not be a devotee of Kṛṣṇa without subscribing to Vedic or rather Indian customs? Why do I have to dress like an Indian, which even modern Indians don’t do? This may be alright while one is living in India, but to carry these customs to the West makes one look weird ...

Interview for a Yoga Magazine

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YOGUIOLA is a magazine that was created under the premise to bring everything related to the world of yoga, healthy eating, and the broad...   Read More

Try to Understand Mahaprabhu through Study of Shastra

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Question: Sometimes devotees argue that there is no need to study and they give examples such as the story from Caitanya Caritamrita of the...   Read More

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