Now Is A Good Time

“Tulsi says that one who has love for Rama has their work, fate and time become fully auspicious and rewarding. When they turn their back on worldly life and face towards the Lord, all desires will be fulfilled.” (Dohavali, 75)… Read More ›

Always In Misery

“To all those who are capable the ones who give pleasure are considered dear and to all those who are incapable the ones who do good for them are considered dear. Tulsi wonders how neither side ever says that Shri… Read More ›

Know Thyself

“Like when the cow dung mixes with the rain, when you turn your back on worship of Rama you will experience that no one likes you and no one has love for you, says Tulsi.” (Dohavali, 73) barasā ko gobara… Read More ›

Giving Him A Problem

“Hearing the request of ‘don’t give up your love’, Rama made many entreaties in return. After embracing each other with love, with a controlled mind Janaka returned.” (Janaki Mangala, Chand 22.1) jani choha chāḍaba binaya suni raghubīra bahu binatī karī… Read More ›

Bringing God Into My Life

“Then the king offered prayers to Vashishtha and the other munis. Approaching Vishvamitra’s lotus feet, he offered many prayers.” (Janaki Mangala, 174) puni basiṣṭha ādika muni bandi mahīpati | gahi kausika ke pāi kīnha binatī ati || Download this episode… Read More ›

Judging Offerings

“’O you who know the people, please keep love for them who are offered to you’, were the loving words sounded by the downtrodden mother. Again and again the queen brought the children to her heart and hugged them.” (Janaki… Read More ›

The Defense Rests

“As you are very strong, the brother of the master of the treasury [Kuvera] and possess a great military force, why did you have to lure Rama away to come and do your wife-robbery?” (Sita Devi speaking to Ravana, Valmiki… Read More ›

A Treasure Mine

“The group of young girls and queens stayed there in this way, receiving every auspicious treasure looking at Sita and looking at Rama.” (Janaki Mangala, 152) jubati jūtha ranivāsa rahasa basa ehi bidhi | dekhi dekhi siya rāma sakala mangala… Read More ›

Hear Our Jokes

“The wise ladies taught them how to play the wedding games. Winning and losing, they made accusations and gave a ribbing to both queens.” (Janaki Mangala, 150) juā khelāvana kautuka kīnha sayāninha | jīti hāri misa dehiṃ gāri duhu rāninha… Read More ›