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The Birth of Sita Devi

In honor of Sita Devi's Appearance, we present a beautiful Indian Miniature depicting an episode from the Ramayana -- the Birth of Sita devi....

13 Mile Long Crop Circle-like Formation (Sri Yantra) in Oregon

On August 10, 1990, Bill Miller, a pilot in the Idaho Air National Guard, noticed a huge etching on a dried-up lake-bed while flying...

Naimisharanya

The forest of Naimisharanya is the aranya svarupa or forest manifestation of Lord Vishnu, and is therefore a sacred tirtha. Over the ages, it...

Sanskrit in Croatia: from Sarasvati to Hrvati

by James Robinson Cooper For most of the Croatian people (or as they call themselves, Hrvati) when it comes to defining their origins and tracing their...

Takshashila – Worlds oldest University

India has a long and venerable history in the field of higher education. In ancient times, the country was known to have been home...

How Srila Vaman Maharaja was appointed Acharya of the Gaudiya Vedanta...

Bhaktivedanta Vamana Maharaja, Acarya of Gaudiya Vedanta Samiti Group Photo
In the following article Srila Bhakti Vedanta Yachak Maharaja gives us insight of how Srila Bhakti Vedanta Vaman Goswami Maharaja was appointed as the Acharya...

The Antiquity of Deity Worship in the Vedic Tradition

by Sri Nandanandana dasa (Stephen Knapp) There have been some people who have declared that the worship of Deities or images or the murti in...

Glories of Sri Ramanujacharya: The ocean of mercy

Once Ramanujaacarya aproached his guru to recive secret mantra initiation. The guru, Gosthipurna began to consider the matter deeply, but still he was unwilling to...

The Amazing Rock Cut Kailasa Temple

When most of us were growing up, we learned about a handful of man-made wonders of the world such as the pyramids in Egypt,...

Siksastakam: The essence of Lord Chaitanya’s Teachings

from an article published by Sri Gopinath Ashram, Klang, Malaysia. Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu instructed His disciples to write books on the science of Krsna, a task...