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Naimisharanya, Part 2

The forest of Naimisharanya is the aranya svarupa, or forest manifestation of Lord Vishnu. 'Naimishe' also refers to Visnu's name, Animish, and Naimish-kshetra refers...

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 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,...

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,...

Naimisharanya, Part 3

The Bhagavat Purana says that there is no holy place on earth that compares to Naimisharanya. In this sacred tirtha, Maha Vishnu killed the...

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...

The Glorious Advent of Sri Guru

Taken from the Book, Sri Guru and His Grace by His Divine Grace Bhakti Raksaka Srila Sridhara Deva Goswami Preface by His Divine Grace A.C....

The Present Position of the Principal Religious Sects – Part One

by Śrīla Bhaktisiddhānta Sarasvatī Ṭhākura Prabhupāda It is possible to ascertain the comparative value of different religious practices and doctrines that are now current in...

Naimisharanya, Part 4

Among the unlimited numbers of tirthas on earth, Naimisharanya is the foremost among them. The best among all tirthas, Naimisharanya is said to be...

The story of Sri Tiruppana

In the book Prapannamrita, we hear the story of Sri Tiruppana, who was born a low caste chandala in South India. Once, he lost consciousness...