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Soldiers Beyond Count

“I trust that out of brotherly affection Bharata will send a terrific army of one akshauhini, with banners and protected by ministers, for my sake.” (Sita Devi speaking to Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 36.24) 999 palabras más

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A Monk's Story

Gopa Kumar Das, a monk living at the Hare Krishna temple in Rondebosch, went from being homeless to being richer than most people on earth. 1.044 palabras más

Gopa Kumar Das

Lord Of All Things

“I trust that Raghava, who deserves to be honored, is not suffering bereavement on my account. I trust that Rama’s mind is not occupied elsewhere. I trust that He will come to rescue me.” (Sita Devi speaking to Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 36.23) 757 palabras más

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WHAT ARE TEMPORARY RELIGIONS AND WHY WE SHOULD GIVE THEM UP?

By His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

In this material world, the so-called dharmas, Hindu dharma, Muslim dharma and Christian dharma and Buddhist dharma and so many… They are not sad-dharma (eternal dharma). 344 palabras más

Self-realisation

Three People Who Are Dear To Sita And Rama

“I trust that news is constantly being heard about the well-being of Kausalya, Sumitra, and Bharata.” (Sita Devi speaking to Hanuman, Valmiki Ramayana, Sundara Kand, 36.22) 940 palabras más

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While chanting Hare Krsna

When you chant harinama, you can try and visualize that you are anywhere in the eighty-four krosas (thirty-two square mile area) of Vrndavana. You can be under the shade of Vamsi-vata (the tree under which Krsna plays His flute and calls the gopis to come and dance rasa-lila with Him), and sometimes in Nandagaon, at Ter-kadamba (one of the important meeting places of Sri Radha-Krsna). 216 palabras más

Srila Gurudeva

Four Amazing Victories Where One Triumphed Against Many

“Neither the demigods nor any exalted personalities were there helping Rama, for He acted alone. You should not entertain any doubt on this matter. Indeed, Rama shot feathered arrows, plated with gold, which turned into five-headed serpents that devoured all the Rakshasas. 1.226 palabras más

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