150th issue special
A Trip Down the Memory Lane
On this special occasion of reaching the 150th milestone, let us take a trip down the memory lane and revisit some articles from our earlier issues.
Cherished Memoirs 92 – My Guru As I See Him
Arunachaleshwara’s Grace – part 2
This series chronicles interesting experiences recounted by the devotees of HH Maharanyam Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji and divine experiences/words of Sri Swamiji.
A mahathma named Yogi Ramsuratkumar is blessing one and all from Thiruvannaamalai. Read about Sri Swamiji’s association with this great mahatma and some of his travels down south.
MADHURAGEETHAM: SRI KRISHNA LEELA – 23
Brahma Stuti – Part 2
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 beautiful kirtans on these various lilas of Lord Krishna. So, in this series, we will relish those lilas of Lord Krishna through Sri Swamiji’s kirtans.
This month, we shall enjoy another beautiful sloka from Brahma stuti – “tat te anukampAm…” with a beautiful Madhurageetham of Sri Swamiji.
‘I am Awed’ – Hindu Youth Q&A Series – 5
Why do daily pooja?
A series of sessions were conducted to explore the greatness and depth of Hinduism through questions posed by global Hindu Youth to Sri Ramanujamji.
The excerpts of each of these questions and answers are being presented every month by our youth.
Question for this month: Why do daily pooja?
Read this story by 13 year old Vallabh Himakunthala, CA
Indian Women Saints
Sri Yashoda ma
Take this quiz and learn about this great bhakta Sri Yashoda ma
News of the Month (Jan – Feb 2021)
G.O.D. Remote Nationwide Satsangs:
Thirupaavai Quiz by Boston Gopakuteeram, MA
Special Satsangs in Atlanta Namadwaar
Akanda Nama in Orlando
Akanda Mahamantra Kirtan in Virginia Namadwaar
Nama Bhiksha Satsangs by Seattle Namadwaar
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