Srimad Bhagavatam

“Narayana! Narayana!” These words, heard in a slightly sing-song, lilting tone, brings to mind a chirpy yet mischievous image of Sage Narada walking in, strumming his inimitable tambura. Sage Narada’s countenance contradicts our notion of a ‘sage’ who we commonly …

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Madhurageetham : Sri Krishna Leela 11 Mrith Bakshana Leela (Eating Mud) Last month, we saw how the entire Gokula rejoiced in the mischievous butter stealing pranks of Lord Krishna and Balarama. The Gopis, under the pretext of complaining to Mother …

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Madhuragitam : Sri Krishna Leela 10 Ariya Siruvan Amma – My Son is Innocent! “tava kathAmrutam tapta jIvanam…” {Srimad Bhagavatam, 10th Canto, Chapter 31} “Krishna your stories are so nectarine, they are our sole refuge and the only basis for …

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The Essence of the Scriptures Sri Veda Vyasa blessed us with the Vedas, which are the basis of our Sanatana Dharma. He also gave us Mahabharatam, one of the two Itihasas, and 17 of the 18 Puranas, along with the …

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Madhurageetham: Sri Krishna Leela – 6 The 10th canto in Srimad Bhagavatam is known as “Ashrayam” or “refuge” for Lord Krishna’s devotees for it talks about the Lord’s incarnation and his sweet lilas on this Earth. Sri Swamiji has written …

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Youth Contribution Jadabharata and King Rahugana There was once a great king called Bharata. He was a very righteous king, and ruled for many years. The land (now called India) got the name of ‘Bhaarata varsha’ because of this King …

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The Path To Success Today we live in a world of opportunities. One just need to reach out and grab from a plethora of choices that lie in front of us. The world is filled with such people who have …

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Youth Contribution Rishabhadeva Rishabhadeva is one of Bhagavan’s popular 24 avatars. His story or charitra is told in the fifth canto of Srimad Bhagavatam. Svayambhuvamanu had two sons, Priyavratha and Utthanapada. Rishabhadeva came in Priyavratha’s lineage. Priyavratha’s eldest son was …

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King Prithu had a son named Vijithaashva. Vijithaashva had 2 sons Shikandi and Nabasvathi. Shikandi’s sons were Paavaka, Pavamaana, and Suchi (who were Agni devatas). Nabasvathi had a son named Havirdhana. One of Havirdhana’s sons was Barhishad. Barhishad was attracted …

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The 10th canto in Srimad Bhagavatam is known as “Ashrayam” or “refuge” for Lord Krishna’s devotees for it talks about the Bhagavan’s incarnation and his sweet lilas on this Earth. Sri Swamiji has written beautiful kirtans on these various lilas …

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