What is the Hindu stance on euthanasia? Is it murder to "unplug" someone who is simply being maintained by a machine, or is it torture to force a soul to remain in such a hellish condition?
Bulgarian folk songs from pre-historical and pre-christian time, discovered in Thrace and Macedonia and published by Stefan I. Verkovich in 1874. The author has been collecting these songs for more than 10 years.
A general concept which people hold for Max Müller is that he wrote about the Vedas, and because the Vedas and Upnishads are the prime Bhartiya scriptures, many of the Hindu scholars give him credit for his work.
It is a common understanding that kali yuga started about 5,000 years ago (in round figures) and we never had any problems in the past in accepting this fact. But only after the arrival of the English people in India...
I read that Krsna is directly involved in the lives of devotees, but if that is the case then why did he allow so many of Srila Prabhupada's dear and dedicated disciples to give up their spiritual practice (sadhana)
The servants of Hari are engaged in lavish affairs, handling material wealth and engaging all manner of things in the Lord’s service. They worship the path of spontaneous devotion with gaurava-bhange...
Thakura Bhaktivinoda is acknowledged by all his sincere followers as possessing the powers of the pure devotee of Godhead. His words have to be received from the lips of a pure devotee.
The religion of Bharatvarsh is the direct descension of the Grace of God which is manifested in the form of our Divine scriptures. They reveal the total philosophy of each and every aspect of God and the creation of this universe.
According to our almanac every three years, one month is added. This is done to harmonize the lunar month (Chandra-maas) with the solar month (Soar Maas). The inserted month is known as 'Purusottama'.
The moment we submit ourselves unconditionally to Sri Krishna, all our ills and sufferings will vanish. A surrendered soul is happy in whatever circumstance he is being put by the will of his Guru.