Month: June 2015

Understanding Pure Devotion

“Even the most learned man cannot understand the words, activities and symptoms of a person situated in love of Godhead.” (Chaitanya Charitamrita, Madhya 23.39) Download this episode (right click and save) yāṅra citte kṛṣṇa-premā karaye udaya tāṅra vākya, kriyā, mudrā… Read More ›

Writing Down To Remember

“O learned one, in this iron age of Kali men have but short lives. They are quarrelsome, lazy, misguided, unlucky and, above all, always disturbed.” (Shrimad Bhagavatam, 1.1.10) Download this episode (right click and save) prāyeṇālpāyuṣaḥ sabhya kalāv asmin yuge… Read More ›

Caste Brahmanas

“Tulsi says, ‘Listen ojha. You don’t understand the loss in abandoning Rama. Even the pure water that comes from the holy rivers like the Ganga can become impure like wine.’” (Dohavali, 68) tulasī rāmahiṁ parihareṁ nipaṭa hāni suna ojha |… Read More ›

Brahmanas and Vaishnavas

“Tulsi says, ‘Listen ojha. You don’t understand the loss in abandoning Rama. Even the pure water that comes from the holy rivers like the Ganga can become impure like wine.’” (Dohavali, 68) tulasī rāmahiṁ parihareṁ nipaṭa hāni suna ojha |… Read More ›

The Value of Seeing

“Tulsi says that one who insults Hari has their entire society and kingdom go to dust, like with what happened to Duryodhana, his family, and everyone associated with him.” (Dohavali, 67) tulasī hari apamāna tēṁ hō’i akāja samāja | rāja… Read More ›

My Choice

“Tulsi says that one who insults Hari has their entire society and kingdom go to dust, like with what happened to Duryodhana, his family, and everyone associated with him.” (Dohavali, 67) tulasī hari apamāna tēṁ hō’i akāja samāja | rāja… Read More ›

Insulting Hari

“Tulsi says that one who insults Hari has their entire society and kingdom go to dust, like with what happened to Duryodhana, his family, and everyone associated with him.” (Dohavali, 67) tulasī hari apamāna tēṁ hō’i akāja samāja | rāja… Read More ›

Fire and Brimstone

“If you don’t serve Sita and Rama and lack devotion to Gauri and Shankara, then your birth is lost; in vain you approached the doors of others.” (Dohavali, 66) seye sītā rāma nahiṁ bhaje na saṅkara gauri | janama gam̐vāyo… Read More ›