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Radhanath Swami speaking on “Appearance Of The Lord Gaur Candra” 2012 yatra, Mayapur, Day 4

on December 16, 2015 in Mayapur Yatra 2012 with 23 Comments
Radhanath Swami speaking on “Appearance Of The Lord Gaur Candra” 2012 yatra, Mayapur, Day 4

Hare Krishna. I think you all may have noticed that there is some construction going on there – this was one of the dear-most projects that Srila Prabhupada emphasized on. It was one of his most intimate offerings of his life to guru parampara and to build such a beautiful temple that people throughout the […]

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Radhanath Swami speaking on “Invaluable Lessons from Sri Govardhana Lila”2012 yatra, Mayapur, Day 3

on November 24, 2015 in Mayapur Yatra 2012 with 20 Comments
Radhanath Swami speaking on “Invaluable Lessons from Sri Govardhana Lila”2012 yatra, Mayapur, Day 3

Thank you for being with us this evening, in this very holy place of Sri Navadvipa Dham, during the most sacred of all months – Kartik, we have come together on a pilgrimage. Throughout the ages, in every great religious tradition, there is the emphasis of taking time away from our much consumed lifestyles, to […]

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Radhanath Swami speaking on “Srila Prabhupada’s Vision About Sri Mayapur Dham” 2012 yatra, Mayapur, Day 1

on October 3, 2015 in Mayapur Yatra 2012 with 32 Comments
Radhanath Swami speaking on “Srila Prabhupada’s Vision About Sri Mayapur Dham” 2012 yatra, Mayapur, Day 1

Sri Navadvipa Mayapur Dham ki Jai !!! Srila Prahupada ki Jai !!! Sri Harinaam Sankirtan ki Jai !!! Ananta koti Vaishnava Vrinda ki Jai !!! By the power of the blessing of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhakti Vedanta Swami Prabhupada, our most exalted and beloved acarya of the Brahma-Madhwa-Gaudiya parampara, we have gathered here in […]

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Radhanath Swami explains “This is the way to enter Vrindavan” 2013 Yatra, Vrindavan, Day 1

on June 17, 2015 in Vrindavan Yatra 2013 with 15 Comments
Radhanath Swami explains “This is the way to enter Vrindavan” 2013 Yatra, Vrindavan, Day 1

      We welcome you to Sri Vrindavan Dham. By the causeless mercy of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, we are being given this most sacred opportunity to be together. For those who are followers of Krishna bhakti, this is the holiest of all holy places in the entire universe – Sri […]

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Radhanath Swami on Krishna’s Mercy to Fruit Vendor

on February 18, 2014 in Vrindavan Articles with 8 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Krishna’s Mercy to Fruit Vendor

One day a fruit vendor came to Vrindavan. She was an uneducated tribal lady living in the forests. Little Gopal heard her selling fruits. He had seen His parents bartering grains for other goods. So He took a handful of grains and came running to the fruit vendor. As He was running, grains fell off […]

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Radhanath Swami on Bhakti – The Matchless Gift

on October 16, 2013 in Mayapur Articles with 10 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Bhakti – The Matchless Gift

“Unless we understand the value of Prema Bhakti, love of god, it may seem that Krishna Consciousness is difficult, but if we can just appreciate the value of ecstatic love for Krishna then whatever we have to go through in this life, it’s actually very simple. It’s a very small price, it’s not so difficult.” […]

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Teachings to Rupa Goswami

on September 20, 2012 in Vrindavan Articles with 0 Comments
Teachings to Rupa Goswami

Abhideya Abhideya means to engage in the nine processes of devotional service with knowledge and detachment. Radha Govinda is the abhideya murti and Rupa Goswami is our abhideya guru. Sri Rupa Goswami along with his brother Anupama left Ramakeli and started for Vrindavan. When they came to Prayag they saw that the whole town was […]

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Radhanath Swami on Tapasya in Bhakti

on July 10, 2012 in Mayapur Articles with 0 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Tapasya in Bhakti

At every moment whatever may come to us whether it is enjoyable or it is causing us some suffering, we should be grateful. Tapasya in bhakti means to be grateful for whatever may come upon us. Whatever inconvenience to be in Navadwip with so many devotees, in front of Panchatattva and all our Acaryas, chanting the holy names and hearing […]

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