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Radhanath Swami on Nidhivan

on June 3, 2013 in Vrindavan Articles with 25 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Nidhivan

In Vrindavan there are some special places with fascinating histories. Nidhivan is a very beautiful kunja of small trees. According to Vishwanath Chakravarty Thakur when Lord Krishna left Rasalila to find Srimati Radharani, this is the place where it had happened. Vishwanath Chakravarty Thakur wrote a story Svapna Vilas where he explains the pastimes of […]

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Radhanath Swami on “The Real Impediment”

on November 9, 2012 in Vrindavan Articles with 6 Comments
Radhanath Swami on “The Real Impediment”

By the grace of Srila Prabhupada and the exalted acaryas, the doors of Sri Vrindavan dham have opened for all of us to spend this price less time together. Simply by our sincerity to serve, our enthusiasm to hear and chant and the intensity of our prayers, the opportunity to access the highest treasure of […]

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Radhanath Swami on Getting Prabhupada’s Association

on November 7, 2012 in Vrindavan Articles with 7 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Getting Prabhupada’s Association

Tonight we have with us one of Srila Prabhupada’s very close loving associates. Every word of Prabhupada’s books and lectures and everything that he ever said to any of his disciples are all intimate personal instructions to us and we should see it that way. It is Sri Chaitanya Mahapurabhu’s mercy manifesting through Srila Prabhupada. So when we are reading his books we […]

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Radhanath Swami on What is preaching?

on October 13, 2012 in Mayapur Articles with 1 Comment
Radhanath Swami on What is preaching?

This was the technique adopted by Srila Prabhupada to somehow or other engage people in Krishna Consciousness. Whether it is book distribution, Prasad distribution, if people even appreciates them, what to speak of reading them or tasting them, their spiritual life begins. This is because these books and Prasad are all non-different form Krishna. Maharaj […]

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Opening the doors by Radhanath Swami

on October 9, 2012 in Vrindavan Articles with 1 Comment
Opening the doors by Radhanath Swami

The 6 Goswamis of Vrindavan actually opened the doors of this most secret and confidential abode of the Lord. Through their writings and example, Lord Caitanya opened the doors of Vrindavan for the world. Under the order of Srila Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Thakur, inspiration of Srila Bhakti Vinod Thakur and the will of Lord Caitanya […]

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Radhanath Swami on Holy Tirthas in Navadwip

on August 21, 2012 in Mayapur Articles with 0 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Holy Tirthas in Navadwip

Just seven days before Srila Prabhupada left this world,  Swami Trust’. he formed a trust named ‘Bhaktivedanta Swami Trust. Srila Prabhupada formed this trust for the purpose of dham. restoring the holy places in dham. So as part of that endeavour, one of the things we try to do is to locate the various places mentioned by Bhakti Vinod Thakur in his book ‘Navadwip Dham Mahatmya’ in […]

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Radhanath Swami on Entering Vrindavan

on July 23, 2012 in Vrindavan Articles with 2 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Entering Vrindavan

Srila Narrotam Das Thakura wrote in his prayers that in order to understand the loving pastimes of Radha and Krishna we should be humble and take shelter of the six Goswamis of Vrindavan. Srila Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Thakura would say, “Do not try to see Krishna, try to serve Krishna in such a way that Krishna is pleased […]

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Radhanath Swami on Prayer

on July 18, 2012 in Vrindavan Articles with 0 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Prayer

It was here in Vrindavan that Srila Prabhupada prayed for our deliverance. He prayed for each and every one of us to receive the highest prema and gave his life and soul to make that possible. To inaugurate this yatra, let us fold our palms and bow our heads in profound gratitude to Srila Prabhupada and to all our beloved compassionate acaryas. […]

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