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Divine Couple!! ❤️❤️

Divine Couple or Yugal Jodi (in Hindi) is a beautiful, heartfelt and ecstatic term coined by Rasika Acharyas to address the Lords of their life – our Queen Srimati Radharani and Shyamsundar Krishna! They are the Supreme Personality of the Godhead, the cause of all causes and the owner of the entire creation! For vrajvasis, […]

Why Hare Krishna Movement is COMPLETE and why Srila Prabhupada has given ALL? Is diksha mandatory to get Sriji and Krishna? Why institutionalisation is necessary evil?

In course of the spiritual path, many seekers who take shelter of Srila Prabhupada in their initial days of spiritual journey, often meet with ‘devotees’ from different sampradaya or mood, and get this doubt that remains mostly unanswered. It is a bold, straight-forward, and very important discussion for those who want to be attached further […]

Jhanava Maiya – Biography, Potency, Marriage with Nityananda Prabhu, Merciful Pastimes

Sri Jhanava Ishwari Devi, whom devotees also adore with the name Jhanava Maiya (Mother Jhanava) is the wife of Lord Nityananda Prabhu. Eternal Position As described in Gaura Ganoddesa Dipika (Verse 66), and later mentioned by Srila Prabhupada in Chaitanya Charitamrta (Adi, Chapter 11, Verse 21) she is the expansion of Ananga Manjari, the younger sister […]

Does God exist? (An intellectual analysis for the scientific community)

Today phones have become cordless. Communication has become wireless. Cooking has become fireless. Key has become keyless. Food has become fatless. Sugar has become sweet less. Arguments have become baseless. Feelings have become heartless. Relationships have become meaningless. Politics has become shameless. Education has become worthless. Youth have become jobless. Salary has become less and less. Needs […]

How our rich Vedic Indian history was discarded and how Vedic scriptures have answers for everything?

Well, the basis of Indian society was Vedic until the time Mughal invaders came to India around the 13th century. And then also, the Vedic base was followed until Britishers came to India by the late 18th century. This is very well described in the book “Pride of India: A Glimpse Into India’s Scientific Heritage.” […]

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