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  • NityānandaChandra's picture
    Posted: 2 years 43 weeks ago
    The devotees of the Supreme Lord, or the persons who are in Krishna consciousness, are called santas, and they are always in love with the Lord as it is described in the Brahma-samhita (5.38): premanjana-cchurita-bhakti-vilocanena santah sadaiva hridayeshu vilokayanti. The santas, being always in a compact of love with the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Govinda (the giver of all pleasures), or Mukunda (the giver of liberation), or Krishna (the all-attractive person), cannot accept...
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  • Karnamrita.das's picture
    Posted: 2 years 43 weeks ago
    (this blog is recorded on the full page: quick time player needed) It is said that Christmas time “is the most joyous time of the year,” which seems to be a double edged sword with some trying to be kinder and generous, while others feel bad, and become depressed that they’re supposed to be happy, but feel miserable. While it is doubtful that Jesus was actually born on this day it is still a spiritual celebration of Divinity’s appearance in the world, so when it becomes materialistic...
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    Posted: 2 years 43 weeks ago
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  • Syndicated's picture
    Posted: 2 years 43 weeks ago
    Author: Kurma
    To help celerbate the cooking life of Yamuna Devi, here's more serialising of recipes by my cooking guru, Yamuna Devi! Before attempting to cook any of her recipes, make sure you are aware of the difference between US measures and Australian/metric measures. See below* Srila Prabhupada gave us this recipe during his 1967 San Francisco classes. In Bengal, bhaji is loosely defined as any fried vegetable, and while this variation has other names, such as eggplant Puki, one thing is constant: it...
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    Posted: 2 years 44 weeks ago
    Author: deshika
    I would like to use this site to acknowledge all the efforts that contributed to today’s storm in the Indian parliament, the Lok Sabha. The furore was caused by the attempted ban of the Bhagavad-gita as an ‘extremist’ literature in the town of Tomsk, Siberia. Yesterday I raised the issue during a reading of the entire Bhagavad-gita with 400 participants and 150 online. I asked them to sign the petition of protest. Simultaneous protests were taking part in India and in other...
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