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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....

Can Humans Achieve Immortality?

In this cycle of birth and death, can humans achieve immortality?
Since time immemorial the question has been asked: Can humans achieve immortality? Some claim that human immortality is a scientific reality. Realized souls from different...

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...

Socrates and His Teachings

A lecture by HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada - excerpted from  Dialectical Spiritualism: A Vedic View of Western Philosophy. In Dialectical Spiritualism (book in manuscript), Srila Prabhupada...

The Sindhu River – How India Got Her Name

by Swami B.G. Narasingha The Sindhu River is one of the great holy rivers of India, from which the name of India is derived. However,...

Naimisharanya, Part 6

In our first segment of this series, we featured one of the most famous holy sites at Naimisharanya Dhama – the Chakra Kunda at...

Srila Bhaktisiddhanta encourages his world preachers…..

During the 1930s, Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Goswami Prabhupada sent the first ambassadors of Gaudiya Vaisnavism to preach in the Western World. These brave men...

On the theory of evolution – Science and Religion

by Dr. J. Chakrabarty, Florida State University The concept of evolution of species, generally attributed to Charles Darwin, actually had its origin thousands of years...

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...

Brief History of the Relation between the Vedic and Western World...

By Sadaputa dasa (Dr. Richard Thompson) In The Late Eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, European scholars and scientists began to come in contact with the...