The presence of Krishna devotees is growing in Sofia and elsewhere in Bulgaria, a country once stifled under the grip of Communism.
How did the Krishna consciousness movement come to be known as “the kitchen religion?” Why do its members take cooking and eating so seriously?
How do Krishna devotees deal with life in the material world—especially when it comes to male-female relationships?
Disciples of Srila Prabhupada tell how their lives were dramatically affected via personal dealings with their great spiritual master.
"An Indian guest once told us, 'My father was very strict in his habits and spiritual practices. He would eat only food cooked by his own hands. . . '”
How do great saints live? What makes their lives different from those of ordinary people? Vaishnava historian Chaturatma dasa gives us a glimpse.
The scriptures recommend associating with saintly persons to make spiritual progress. But what kind of association is best?
Inspired by Bhakti Tirtha Swami's "Spiritual Warrior" books, Indrani dasi hosts this inspirational series on what it means to be a true spiritual warrior.
how to move from unconsciousness to consciousness, in our practice of Krishna consciousness
Latest Update: November 9th, 2009
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