Lust isn’t love, so it doesn’t last. But the love between the gopis and Krishna never breaks. That is the difference between lust and love.
In reality, we in India do not have any concept of religion. There is no word in our vocabulary for religion.
What can Krishna consciousness possibly offer someone who has studied with Franciscan monks, read the Koran, worshipped Allah, and been “born again”?
Young people are asking the big questions—but are the churches providing more than fun-and-games youth programs in response?
For the comparative study of religion to genuinely accept the existence of several true religions, it must avoid setting up a competition among them.
What ever could have possessed a nice Christian boy to go and put on those robes and shave his head and . . . ?
The story of Krishna's incarnation as Lord Ramachandra, the ideal king, from the Bhagavata Purana (Srimad-Bhagavatam).
Wondering whether or not you can offer a pre-packaged food item to Krishna? Here's a list of ingredients that could be non-vegetarian.
Janmashtami (appearance of Lord Krishna), Rama Navami (appearance of Lord Rama), Gaura Purnima (appearance of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu), and more.
Why the prototype of all material pleasure never quite lives up to its promises of happiness.
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