Krishna

This series chronicles interesting experiences recounted by the devotees of HH Maharanyam Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji. These articles are translations from the series, “Madhuramaana Mahaneeyar” that is published every month in Madhuramurali Tamil monthly magazine.  The original article was written …

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This Month, That Year The Nama Dwaar newsletter of GOD USA was started in Aug 2008 and has published over 100 issues. In this new series, we will re-present some insightful, popular, relevant articles from previous issues. We hope you …

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In this series, we present, each month, a prayer kirtan composed by His Holiness Maharanyam Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji. These kirtans underline the importance of prayers and show us how to pray.  How do I ask, O Radhe? Eppadi Kettal …

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The avatara purusha, Sage Veda Vyasa, the creator of the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Brahma Sutra, the Mahabharatha and several other pillars for the upkeep of Sanatana Dharma, was strangely left feeling that his purpose on the earth was still …

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Krishna and Balarama were invited to a wrestling match in Mathura in Kamsa’s palace. Kamsa was getting everything ready. Waking at dawn, he inaugurated the festival of wrestling matches. The place was well decorated with garlands, banners and bunting. Melodious …

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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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This is one of Krishna’s many leelas that truly exposes the power of devotion to be unmatched by knowledge or power. It shows that devotion is in itself an extremely effective way to attain God. The leela starts with Krishna …

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One day, Krishna went alone to a particular spot in River Yamuna. This was different because Krishna went without Balarama. All of his friends were at home in Gokula talking, laughing and playing. Little did they know that Krishna had …

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It was a hot day in Gokula, not too long after the Damodhara Leela. Little Krishna, the joy of the Gopis, sang gleefully and danced beautifully as he played with the other children. He slapped his arms and thighs like …

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There are 108 Divya Desams – temples/abodes of Lord Narayana that have been sung by the Azhwars. This month, take the quiz to learn more about one of the ancient temples built during 8th century, Sri Parthasarathy temple in Triplicane …

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