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Krishna has many forms. This article goes into depth about the different categories that His forms fall into.

The story of the Ax-Wielding Avatara, Parashurama. One of Lord Krishna's most intense incarnations.

The beauty that we perceive in this material world is but a crude shadow of the beauty possessed by Krishna.

On the bank of the River Yamuna, Lord Krishna who is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, resides with His eternal consort Srimati Radharani.

Celebrating the appearance anniversary of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu

In the material world, we mistakenly try to re-create our blissful, primeval relationship with Krishna through various temporal relationships, all of which fail to satisfy our perpetual longing for perfect friendship.

“There is no scripture equal to the Brahma-samhita as far as the final spiritual conclusion is concerned”

The elaborate Vedic description of creation can make even an atheist curious.

Everyone is searching from freedom, even with a prison.

The Vedas can clear our vision to see authentic truth reaching beyond our limited ability to perceive and speculate. It's called seeing through the eyes of sastra, or seeing with a spiritual mindset.

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