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Radha-Krishna are the male and female aspects of God. Known as the Divine Couple, together they are the full manifestation of God.

"Who can lift a mountain? Who can even lift a piece of paper and hold it up for more than an hour, what to speak of seven days?"

Is God an idea? A quality? A white light? Or do these conceptions ignore the most important feature of the Supreme?

Krishna spoke Bhagavad-gita (around 3000 B.C.). He visited Earth again in 1486 A.D. as Chaitanya Mahaprabhu—to show how to follow it.

Bengali saint, God Himself, the Person who inaugurated the Krishna consciousness movement.

How Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's activities during the Jagannath Rathayatra festival were the highest expressions of divine love ever seen.

Lord Chaitanya clarifies, among other things, the origin and evolution of the species.

Why is Chaitanya Mahaprabhu so important to devotees of Krishna? Who was He, what did He teach, and what makes His philosophy so perfect?

Are there any special guidelines for how an aspiring spiritualist should relate to saintly persons, Krishna's devotees, and society in general?

Some references illustrating the importance of like-minded association for anyone interested in Krishna consciousness.

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