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"A little labor in agriculture, and you get sufficient food for your whole family. And in the remaining nine months, chant Hare Krishna." Why not?

"Produce your own grain. Produce your own milk. Save time. Chant Hare Krishna. . .At life’s end, go back to the spiritual world to live forever. . ."

There are good reasons to think that the ethic “Thou shalt not kill” should also be applied to animals, and especially the cow.

Who is Baladeva Vidyabhushana? Chaturatma dasa takes us back in time as he speaks about the life of this great saint.

“Those who engage in the culture of nescient activities shall enter into the darkest region of ignorance. Worse still are those engaged in the culture of so-called knowledge.”—Sri Ishopanishad, Mantras 8–9

Our quest for certainty is part of the age-old effort to transcend belief.

A spiritual gathering in ancient India yields sage advice for our age of skepticism.

A Vedic perspective on the popular allure of Buddhism.

How well does Vaishnava philosophy align with the fundmental principles of Buddhism?

The English word religion is a little different from sanatana-dharma. Religion conveys the idea of faith, and faith may change.

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