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Question: Previously, was there any distinction of dress between Gaudiya Vaishnavas and the regular population in India, and for the different varnas? What did...   Read More

Knowledge through Parampara

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Question: Is parampara a two way street? Many times I have heard that we should not jump over our personal Guru and go straight...   Read More

Bhakti-tirtha Course

Bhakti-tirtha Level 2 at Jiva Institute Vrindavan has started on October 16th and will be running through March 30th 2018.  For a detailed description...   Read More

Bhagavatam Historiography

Question: Could it be considered that the ācāryas composed a ‘mythic’ (pseudo-historical) narrative, to present a set of esoteric teachings that were their main...   Read More

Bhakti-tirtha – A Review of the First Semester

The first semester of the Jiva Bhakti-tirtha course has been successfully completed. Babaji started this program in the autumn of 2016 with around 30...   Read More


QUESTION My grandfather has lived a long life but is having problems letting go of the body. He is filled with fear and I...   Read More

Varnashrama Dharma in Modern Context

Question: I would like to ask you about particular question about Varnashrama Dharma. I found myself this topic is struggling in some parts, so...   Read More

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