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Ter Kadamba

Ter Kadamba is located just 1.5 km from Nandgaon and is a very less visited place that retains the traditional vibe of Vraj Bhumi. It is the place where Krishna calls His 900000 cows by playing His flute. It is also at Ter Kadamba that Srila Rupa Goswami did bhajan (devotional practice) and wrote various […]

Sri Rupa Manjari Pada | Lyrics & Inner Confidential Meaning | Srila Narottama Das Thakur

In this prayer, Srila Narottam Das Thakur Prabhupada weepingly strings what he feels for the Lotus Feet of Sri Rupa Manjari. Sri Rupa Manjari descended as Srila Rupa Goswamipada, foremost of the six Goswamis and an intimate associate of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. Sri Rupa Manjari Pada Lyrics: || śrī-rūpa-mañjarī-pada, sei mora sampada, sei mor bhajana-pūjana […]

Few lessons and experiences of 5 years of being mercifully allowed to stay in Vrindavan & some tips to live a simple, content, happy devotional as well as general life

Hare Krishna This post might be emotional flow of words but will help sincere readers to have a first person glimpse of life in Vrindavan. It’s only and only by causeless mercy of Srila Prabhupada, Aindra Prabhu, entire Guru Shishya Parampara, Gaur Nitai, Yugal, and all vrajvasis that I have been mercifully allowed to stay […]

Bhandirvan Travel Guide

Bhandirvan is one of 12 forests of Vrindavan. It is at Bhandirvan that Radharani and Krishna got married. Though, the special thing about this marriage is that it was not performed in front of the whole world but it was arranged by yoga-maya potency of Lord.  Lord Brahma acted as the priest of the marriage […]

Barsana

Barsana is the eternal residence of Sri Radha. It is located around 52 Km from Mathura and around 120 Km from New Delhi. The very name Barsana means “falling, scattering or spreading.” The meaning of Barsana as explained by saints here is that mercy and karuna (compassion, love) of Srimat Radharani is spreading, falling or […]

Vrindavan Detailed Travel Guide | To-Do List, History, Darshan, Mandir, Weather, How to Reach, Hotels, Festivals, Radha Krishna Stories

Many people often have a deep desire to visit Vrindavan and at some point in life plan to visit Vrindavan once. They have a conception that Vrindavan would be like forests and untouched with modernisation. Contrary to the notion what people have in their mind, externally Vrindavan has undergone a rapid level of infrastructural progress […]

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