The Secret of Dharma
We are told that in order for the world to be a better place, each one of us should adhere to dharma and lead a dharmic life. But what does dharma really mean?
Read on to find out….
Infinite Ways to Infinite Bliss
(an excerpt from Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji’s discourses/essays)
How does man commit an offense? The very first time, he is afraid to do the wrong deed. He makes multiple attempts, but reluctantly retracts every time. Then he is somehow successful in committing that offense. Thus, after having done the wrong deed for the first time, he is subjected to guilt, fear and self-pity. But he repeats it yet again…
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Rama Nama Extolled in Ramcharitamanas
Attaining moksha is considered to be the highest goal of life and our scriptures prescribe various ways to reach that supreme goal. The same scriptures also emphasize that in this Kali Yuga, there is only one possible route to the highest goal: Nama sankirtan. The greatness of Nama sankirtan and more specifically the Rama Nama is the essential message that is emphasized throughout Sant Tulsidas’ Ramcharitamanas, the great Ramayana text that is recited and worshiped across the world.
Kids’ Storytime – Sabari’s Guru Bhakti
Once upon a time, in a forest, there lived a woman by name Sabari. She wandered about the forest, ate whatever she came across and lived more like an animal. One day, she happened to pass by a place in the forest where she…
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The Unique Azhwar
Among the innumerable devotees of Lord Vishnu, 12 of them stand out. They were the ‘Azhwars’ who were bathed in unflinching devotion to the Lord and composed thousands of devotional verses on the Lord. But among the 12 Azhwars, one is unique because he was not a devotee of Lord Vishnu…
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Kids’ Quiz – Azhwar Trivia
Read the above article on the unique Azhwar, then see if you can crack this related quiz.
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News of the month
Houston Namadwaar celebrated its first anniversary in a grand manner with several social initiatives as well as cultural performances. The event was attended by several GOD satsang families from across the USA. Click here for a detailed report.
GOD Boston satsang celebrated the first anniversary of its weekly satsang on March 5-6 with Akhanda Nama and special pravachans.
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A special satsang was also held by Boston GOD group at Shri Dwarkamai Vidyapeeth Temple (temple of Sri Shirdi Baba)
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