1. "First of all, you have
    to establish that life
    is not from matter.
    Matter is from life…"
    Srila Prabhupada
  2. A picture my little brother drew. =] Hari Hari

    A picture my little brother drew. =] Hari Hari

  3. JAGANNATH, “Lord of the Universe”!!! ^_^ And TULASI!!!! Wow.

    JAGANNATH, “Lord of the Universe”!!! ^_^ And TULASI!!!! Wow.

  4. Very cute!

    Very cute!

  5. A God who Dances

    Yesterday, I met a wonderful poet who wrote “an English poetic rendition of the Tenth Canto [that] tries to remove stereotyped notions of God as a
    static and unsociable person and presents Him as the most dynamic personality.” After receiving his book, “A God who Dances,” I soon realized the magnificence of the book. An absolutely wonderful book of love and devotion and all poetry written in the same rhythm of the original sanskrit text, but in english! Unbelievable work. Please check it out.


  6. "By service of the Absolute Truth, even for a few days, a devotee attains firm and fixed intelligence in Me. Consequently he goes on to become My associate in the transcendental world after giving up the present deplorable material worlds."
    Srimad Bhagavatam 1.6.23
  7. "If by the tongue you chant Hare Krishna mantra, and by the tongue you taste prasadam, you will be perfect, simply by executing these two things"
    ~ Prabhupada, London, July 12, 1973
  8. KRSNA’s JANMASHTAMI (Coming soon to a temple near you)

    What is Janmashtami???

    Janmashtami commemorates the earthly appearance of Krishna, who is described in India’s sacred writings as God Himself. One of the biggest religious festivals in the world, it is celebrated by nine hundred and thirty million people around the world—and two million in the US alone. To devotees, it’s Christmas and New Year’s in one, a day of deep spiritual renewal and celebration that effectively finishes an old year and begins a fresh one.

    But why Janmashtami, you may ask? What’s so special about Krishna, as opposed to any other form of God? It’s His personable-ness. He reciprocates in unique, personal ways with every devotee who offers Him love—He is the most adorable, mischievous son, the most romantic lover, the most compassionate friend. And on Janmashtami, devotees celebrate Krishna in all of these aspects. For just as Krishna reciprocates individually with His relatives and confidantes, he responds to the distinct feelings and desires held most deeply in the heart of every single worshipper.

    √ More info here: http://www.krishna.com/how-celebrate-janmashtami/

  9. "Anyone who really wants the best for themselves should listen carefully whenever and wherever there is discussion of the All-Attractive, glorifying his amazing deeds that arise from his good qualities."
    "This cannot be overstated. And to understate this principle is to miss the entire point of what true sadhana (spiritual practice) is."
  10. Beautiful.

Radha and Krishna



    Radha and Krishna

  11. Purpose of Marriage

    Giriraj Swami, Radhanath Swami, and Rtadhvaja Swami spoke at Kapil and Kalindi’s wedding.

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