Srila Prabhupada: Meat-eating is the main barrier to understanding God. The meat-eaters will never be able to understand Him.
All human knowledge, be it “religious” or “scientific,” must ascend toward the Absolute Truth.
The English word religion is a little different from sanatana-dharma. Religion conveys the idea of faith, and faith may change.
The Supreme Being comes to earth many times and in many forms. India’s ancient scriptures bring us startling news about these momentous events.
How well does Vaishnava philosophy align with the fundmental principles of Buddhism?
A Vedic perspective on the popular allure of Buddhism.
A spiritual gathering in ancient India yields sage advice for our age of skepticism.
Our quest for certainty is part of the age-old effort to transcend belief.
In this episode, Chaturatma Dasa speaks about the appearance of Sri Sri Radha Raman and of Srila Gopala Bhatta Goswami's worship of Them.
Chaturatma Dasa remembers some Vaishnava Saints who lived during our time and have recently passed away; Aindra Dasa and Vichitravirya Dasa.
All of us here in the material world are not of the best sort. Reprobates and scapegraces; each of us personae non grata in the kingdom of God.
—1) awaken our relationship with God, 2) take up activities in that relationship, and 3) enjoy the result of eternal love of God
In this video Chaturatma Dasa speaks about Devananda Pandit, Shivananda Sena, and Vakreshvara Pandit.
In this episode of his video blog, Chaturatma Dasa describes wonderful pastimes of Srinivasa Acarya and Madhavendra Puri.
Are we really in control of events in our lives, or are we guided by destiny?
The philosophical question of fate versus free will is an old one. Do we have no control or are we free to decide our actions?
How can so many terrible things be happening to the people of this world if there is a God?
"Then take another body, rascal. This body is temporary—but after this life you will get another body..."
An unsatisfied answer from a Religion class teacher leaves the author of this article with a lingering question.
"Real knowledge is to understand, “In spite of all my so-called advancement of civilization, I am controlled.” That is the beginning of knowledge."
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