Krishna’s Relation with the Jivas

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Question: I seem to remember that somewhere Sri Jiva Prabhu has written in the Sandarbhas that Sri Krishna does not directly take part in...   Read More

Stress

by Satyanarayana Dasa The mind is the fountainhead of desires and emotions. It appears that it cannot survive without them. Desires appear in the...   Read More

Diminution of Dharma in Kali Yuga

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Question: In SB 1.17.2, 12, 24 and 25 it is mentioned that the bull Dharma had only one of its four legs left in...   Read More

The Purpose of Vedanta Sutra

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India has a tradition that any great acarya, in particular a founder of a particular sampradaya, had to write commentaries on Vedanta Sutra, the principle Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and Vishnu Sahasra Nama. They had to show that their philosophy was based on these four pillars ...

Love and Relationships from a Spiritual Perspective

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Question: There is a Korean word for a daughter that conveys concepts of love, respect, obedience, humility and service to your parents.  That word...   Read More

Cyclone R. Thasur—Causative of the Current Economic Crisis

By Satyanarayana Dasa: Today, the whole world is in the grip of economic crisis. The Dow Jones is dropping everyday like the mercury in a winter thermometer. There is panic all around and a sense of uncertainty about the future. The newspaper headlines create fear in all. The U.S. is the epicenter of this economic cyclone

Karma for killing insects?

Question: We cannot control many things that destroy other life forms simply by being alive. For instance even our bodies are a battleground of...   Read More

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