Kshetra

Madhurageetham – Sri Krishna Leela 16 O Mind, Fly to Brindavan For the past two months, we have been relishing Sri Swamiji’s songs on the grandeur, beauty, and sanctity of Brindavan – a land devoid of animosity, greed, and jealousy. …

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The Holy Land of Brindavan  Last month, we enjoyed how the Lord blessed the fruit-seller lady. After that, seeing all the dangers in Gokula, Nanda Baba, along with his minister Upananda held council and decided to move away from Gokula …

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Krishna and Vraja vasis enter the holy land of Sri Brindavan “Jai Brindavana! Jai Brindavana! Jai Jai Brindavana Brindavana!” The echo of these sweet words certainly sends down tickling blissful waves through every limb of the body, creating multitude of …

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Story Time Life of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Illustrated Series – Part 2

Story Time Life of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Illustrated Series – Part 1

Cherished Memoirs 69 Hanumanji Yatra On the auspicious occasion of Sri Kanyakumari Jaya Hanumanji’s 4th annual Pradhishta Dina, Sri Swamiji was fondly reminiscing the wonderful darshans of Hanumanji present in various temples in India. “We have our Kanyakumari Sri Jaya …

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Sri Swamiji’s Pandharpur Visit in January 2019 From Jan 7 to Jan 13, 2019, HH Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji visited Pandharpur kshetra, with a number of devotees, to perform a seven-day Mahamantra Nama Saptaham. The Mahamantra was chanted there all …

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This month’s quiz is based on Gaya Kshetra. 1. In which town is Vishnu Padam located? a. Mahabalipuram b. Gaya c. Kanchipuram 2. Name the river that flows in Gaya. a. Godavari b. Gandaki c. Phalgun 3. In which state …

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Pandharpur is known for many great devotees of Lord Panduranga. One such exceptional devotee was Gorakumbhar. He was a potter by profession, and yet he was always engrossed only in chanting Lord Vittal’s (Panduranga’s) name. Once a tragic incident happened …

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For kids growing in the West, how would a jaunt into their core culture and tradition feel? Getting back to their roots…. This summer, GOD had arranged a two-day camp designed especially for children that live outside India on July 16-17. The kids were exposed to a variety of Indian traditions – from art, archaeology, entertainment, customs, ethics, science and what not – all rooted in the Indian tradition. One of the young participants gives an account of the enriching experience.

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