At first glance, the cosmology of the Srimad-Bhagavatam might seem like a wild fantasy. Here are four ways to make sense of it all.
Does "evolution" adequately describe the sequence of events leading up to “life as we know it?” Or is there more to it?
The Palace of Gold in West Virginia, his samadhi tombs in Vrindavan and Mayapur, India, and museums in the places he stayed.
Can’t I figure everything out myself? What do I need a guru for? Can’t I just read a book and learn that way?
"The movement calls itself 'pro-life,' but it assumes that nonhuman life is not actually life at all—or, if it is, it's not worth protecting."
One man's response to tragedy—sorrow, anger, frustration, betrayal, detachment—turning to Krishna for ultimate solace.
A basic how-to for the process of transforming edible matter into edible spirit.
"Artificial 'counseling' for the spiritually blind so that they can rush headlong toward death with a ludicrous 'inner peace' is not the solution to the problem of evil."
How about vegetarianism? Veganism? Lacto-vegetarianism? Raw food-ism? Juice fasting? Should we just do whatever feels good?
Festivals honoring the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness.
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