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Harinama Dasi narrates Krishna's pastimes of stealing butter.

In this recording, Harinama dasi glorifies and emphasizes the divine mood of separation from Krishna.

If we think of God as a concept we can either believe in or not—a metaphysical entity who only exists in the mind of the believer—we’re

There are a number of tricks to quiet the mind, similar to the tricks a parent uses to quiet a two-year-old. I’ll share with you a few

Krishna is like the sun—He always exists, but when we see Him we think He has been "born."

The Lord has millions of names. If you are serious about God, then call upon Him by one of them.

However we may “feel” when chanting, we can know that the medicine of the holy name is working.

Some historic contributions made by this great twentieth-century Krishna devotee and teacher—his books, his society, his exemplary life.

Except for stubbornness, there is no reason why anyone, anywhere can’t chant Hare Krishna. Any time.

Srila Prabhupada very sweetly describes the qualifications and qualities of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.

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