Generally one who has received education from today’s schools or colleges will have an understanding that Science and Spirituality are 2 contrary topics; that Science is some tested and proven truth and Spirituality… Continue reading →
In February 1973, Śrīla Prabhupāda was invited to speak at an art gallery in Auckland, New Zealand. There he invited his listeners to contemplate the works of the supreme artist—Lord Kṛṣṇa. “The rose… Continue reading →
We are all more or less proud of our past Indian civilization, but we actually do not know the real nature of that civilization. We cannot be proud of our past material civilization,… Continue reading →
➡The science of nutrition and healthy living are presented in elaborate detail in the Seventeenth Chapter of the Bhagavad-Gita. “Foods dear to those in sattva-guna increase the duration of life, purify one’s existence… Continue reading →
“When I read the Bhagavad-Gita and reflect about how God created this universe, everything else seems so superfluous.” “I have made Gita and Sanskrit literature the main source of my inspiration and guidance… Continue reading →
Just to list a very few… To improve our Memory, Concentration, Focus. To purify our mind, to clean internally. To get great control over senses easily. Drastic increase in the confidence level. To… Continue reading →
The name ‘Hindu’ was developed by outsiders, invaders who could not pronounce the name of the Sindhu River properly. It is neither a Sanskrit word nor is it found in the Vedic literatures.… Continue reading →
During the later part of nineteenth century, when the Britishers were struggling hard for establishing their faith, they hatched many vicious plans 👿through Macaulay-Max Muller axis to malign the Vedas which were given… Continue reading →
Why should we wear marks (kumkum, turmeric, vibhuti, tilak, pottu etc) on the forehead according to the Vedic scriptures? These marks cover the spots between the eyebrows, which is the seat of memory… Continue reading →
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.