Change yourself before changing the whole world.

Once upon a time, there was a king who ruled a prosperous country. One day, he went for a trip to some distant areas of his country. When he came back to his… Continue reading

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Life Boundedness

A farmer was taking three of his donkeys for sale to the market. On the way he saw a river and decided to have a dip. Since he had only two ropes to… Continue reading

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The secret of fearlessness

By Chaitanya Charan Das Have you seen how peacefully a child sleeps in the lap of his pa­rent, even in a noisy, crowded local train? The hustle­bustle disturbs everyone, but not the child… Continue reading

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Think positive about others

A king was touring his kingdom on his elephant. Suddenly he stopped in front of a shop in the market and said to his minister, “I don’t know why, but I want to… Continue reading

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Anger management

A monk decides to meditate alone, away from his monastery. He takes his boat out to the middle of the lake, moors it there, closes his eyes and begins his meditation. After a… Continue reading

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Forgiveness as a gift…

A teacher once told each of her students to bring a clear plastic bag and a sack of potatoes to school. For every person they’d refuse/refused to forgive in their life’s experience, they… Continue reading

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  • Why this blog ?

    In all the scriptures, it is clearly established that the cause of our suffering is due to forgetfulness of our relationship with God. But currently we have either wrong understanding or no understanding about God or even Religion. Srila Prabhupada, my spiritual teacher used to say, if we have got wrong understanding about God or Religion then we should not abandon God or Religion; instead we should work towards getting the right understanding, just like if we have cataract in our eyes, we ask the doctor to remove the cataract and not the eyes!! This spiritual blog is an humble attempt in this regard.

  • What is Krishna Consciousness Movement?

    We are not teaching some ritualistic process, that "You become Hindu. You become Christian. You become Muhammadan." We are simply teaching, "You try to love God. You have forgotten God. You have declared, 'God is dead.' These are all nonsense. God is there. You are here. You are suffering because you have forgotten God. You try to love God. Your normal life will come back. You will be happy." This is Kṛṣṇa consciousness movement.

  • Why should we chant