Bhaktas

1. Who was Kanhopatra’s mother? A. Shyama B. Radhe C. Sachi Devi 2. Kanhopatra was a dancer by profession. Which king invited her to perform in his court? A. King of Mithila B. King of Badar C. King of Rajasthan …

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Kanakamma! The very name is synonymous to Guru Bhakti! She was a great devotee of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi and attained the highest state through Guru Bhakti. On 1st January 2010, on the day of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharishi’s 130th …

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The Nityopavasi

In our monthly “Devotees of Panduranga” series, this time we will look at incidents from the lives of 3 bhaktas – Senanayi, Komabai and Damajipant. Learn about these interesting incidents as you take the quiz. 1. What was Senanayi’s profession? …

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Sant Gorakumbhar was a staunch devotee of Lord Panduranga in Pandharpur. Lord Panduranga played many lilas in the life of this loving devotee. Let us take the quiz on Sant Gorakumbhar to see how much we know about him. 1. Sant Gorakumbhar …

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From this month, we are starting a new quiz series on the great bhaktas of Lord Panduranga. Hope this is another exciting journey of learning, discovery and appreciation for all our readers! This month’s quiz is on the famous Sant …

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Alone in a distant land, separated from her beloved and surrounded by foes at Ashoka Vana, Sita Devi held on to life constantly meditating on Him, with the only hope that her Lord Shri Rama would reach out to rescue …

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 The story of Akrura’s darshan started off when Kamsa, Krishna’s uncle, ordered Akrura to bring Krishna and Balarama to Mathura, so that he could kill them. Akrura immediately followed Kamsa’s orders, and traveled to their home village by chariot. After …

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Sri Swamiji (HH Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji) was discoursing in Premika Bhavanam (his place of satsang in Chennai). It was the scene of Bheeshmacharya leaving his physical body in the divine presence of Lord Krishna. Sri Swamiji said, “It is …

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kaler dosha-nidhe rAjan astihyeko mahAn guNa: kIrtanAd eva kriShNasyamukta-sanga: param vrajet  (Srimad Bhagavatam) With a clear vision about the current Age, Sri Shuka tells King Parikshit here that this Yuga will have ‘dosha’ (faults) as nidhi (wealth/abundance). But that this …

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