"As I began to reply, my first thought was, 'Is she making any assumptions? How does she know that James is not a devotee and she is?'"
From the ISKCON Krishna-Balarama temple in Vrindavan, India.
This work by Srila Sanatana Goswami is an offering of praise in 432 verses, giving a personal meditation on Krishna’s Vrindavana pastimes.
A meditation on the founder of the Hare Krishna Movement, in large 13” x 15.5” format with 192 pages of black-and-white and color photographs.
An extraordinary Vedic history highlights the importance of transcendental sound for those who wish to escape bad karma.
Isn’t it arrogant to think that God—by definition, the greatest Person—has no eyes, mouth, hair, form, or love, when we have all these things?
Is God a formless force, or the supreme eternal person?
"Lord Jesus Christ never advised going for economic development, for industrial development. He sacrificed everything for God."
Personal jet packs, great! But is there anywhere really worth traveling to within the confines of a temporary, dangerous universe?
"Gradually, we shall introduce more and more of this Krishna culture, so that the devotees feel the richness and no need to go outside Krishna consciousness."
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