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Krishna Prasad Ram, 13, gives us a short and sweet account of why and how the Lord had to descend as a wild boar. In his own inimitable style, he speaks about Hiranyaksha and Hiranyakashipu and underlines the Lord’s compassion and grace. Varaha is an avatara of Leela (divine plays). Don’t miss the divine play of Lord Varaha in the life of Sri Swamiji as well!

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Dear Satsang Brethren, As devotees of Lord Krishna, devotees of Sri Swamiji and inspired satsang participants, we come to our satsangs and to Namadwaar, to experience the company of our beloved Lord and Master. Yes, we are 10,000 miles away …

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This month’s quiz is on the famous Archeological and Architectural sites of Belur and Halebidu, located a few hours drive from Bengaluru.     1. Which prominent empire/dynasty constructed the temples at Belur and Halebidu? a. Chozha dynasty b. Hoysala …

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We began a new quiz series based on famous temples and monuments in India from Jan’2018. The third in this series is on the world-famous Udupi Sri Krishna Temple. Happy answering and learning! 1.  Name the state where Udupi temple is …

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In a freely flowing conversation, Sri Swamiji answered four vital questions on our sampradayam (tradition) to a devotee, who questioned with humility and simplicity. This will be presented in four parts over the next four issues. Here is the third question. Devotee: Sri Swamiji, I have …

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Rathanakar was a thief who was living in the forest with his family. He used to kill animals, robbed people to earn a living. One day, Sage Narada passed by the forest where Rathnakar was living. Sage Narada always chanted …

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We began a new quiz series based on famous temples and monuments in India from Jan’2018. month. Happy answering and learning! The second in this series is on the world-famous Guruvayur Temple. 1. Name the state in India where Guruvayur temple …

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In a freely flowing conversation, Sri Swamiji answered four vital questions on our sampradayam (tradition) to a devotee, who questioned with humility and simplicity. This will be presented in four parts over the next four issues. Here is the first question. …

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A person comes to Satsang somehow because of some punya (merits). There he even gets the association of a Mahan. He even develops an incomprehensible attraction towards the saint. He listens to the nectarine devotional discourses showered by him; he …

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Dear Diary, I am half-way through the 21 day challenge! The whole thanksgiving break, I have been spending mu time on satsang. Satsang is word from sanskrit meaning gathering for truth on God and more. They give lectures on God, speeches and discourses. On each day, from Monday to Friday, there were different competitions, which I participated in, and in some I volunteered too! I learned so much in all of those competitions, and I even won second place in one of them. I also made so many new friend. After listened to their discourse, as a person, I am sure that I have changed in a positive way. I could go on and on, and I am really thankful, and it was so worth my time to spend my time going to satsang and on my holidays.
With Love
Shravan

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