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Radhanath Swami speaking “Pastimes In And Around Govardhan 2”, 2013 Yatra, Vrindavan, Day 12

on September 18, 2015 in Vrindavan Yatra 2013 with 14 Comments
Radhanath Swami speaking “Pastimes In And Around Govardhan 2”, 2013 Yatra, Vrindavan, Day 12

  I am very grateful to be with all of you this evening. Thank you very much.   Radhanath Swami extols the glories of Haridas Thakur Our beloved Srila Prabhupad, our founder acharya, emphasized the principle that Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu to be foremost on the path of bhakti. Lord Chaitanya quoted from the scripture […]

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Radhanath Swami speaking on “Gratitude Makes Heart fertile For The Seed Of Prema” 2015 yatra, Vrindavan, Day 1

on January 25, 2016 in Vrindavan Yatra 2015 with 20 Comments
Radhanath Swami speaking on “Gratitude Makes Heart fertile For The Seed Of Prema” 2015 yatra, Vrindavan, Day 1

  I extend my sincerest gratitude to each and every one of you for being with us for our 2015 pilgrimage to Vrindavan. Haribol! Special gratitude to my worship-able God sisters and God brothers, and to each of you.   Radhanath Swami speaks on true devotional love Gratitude makes the heart fertile so that the […]

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Offerings to Srila Prabhupada by Radhanath Swami

on September 9, 2015 in Vrindavan Yatra 2013 with 10 Comments
Offerings to Srila Prabhupada by Radhanath Swami

In Vrindavan, the bhava or the feeling of prema or love between the devotee and Krishna with Krishna in the center of the devotee’s is a love of union and separation. We heard beautiful heartfelt expressions of dedication, gratitude, and loving surrender, saranagati for His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada by these exalted and very dear […]

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Bhakta Vatsala Krishna

on May 5, 2014 in Vrindavan Articles with 15 Comments
Bhakta Vatsala Krishna

Among all the inconceivable potencies of Krishna, the most powerful one is His affection for His devotees, bhakta vatsalya. Vishvanath Chakravarti Thakura calls this quality of Krishna as the crest jewel of all the infinite good qualities He possesses. Krishna can fulfill limitless purposes through His pastimes. Through the Govardhan lila, Krishna showed how He […]

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Radhanath Swami on Imlitala

on June 18, 2013 in Vrindavan Articles with 17 Comments
Radhanath Swami on Imlitala

When Lord Caitanya was in Vrindavan, He would sit under the Imlitala. Imlitala is a tamarind tree from the time of Lord Krishna. Once during the Rasalila dance, Srimati Radharani left the arena and Krishna went searching for her. He sat under this tree crying out the names of Srimati Radharani. Although Krishna is the […]

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Radha Vinod revealed – by H.H Radhanath Swami

on April 22, 2013 in Vrindavan Articles with 19 Comments
Radha Vinod revealed – by H.H Radhanath Swami

Radha Gokulanand temple was the bhajan kutir of Lokanath Goswami. He was born in the Jessore district of Bangladesh. His father’s name was Padmanabha and his mother was Sita. They were great devotees and associates of Sri Advaita Acharya. When he was a young man, he went to Sri Navadwip dham and took shelter of […]

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Radha Shyamsundar revealed – by H.H Radhanath Swami

on April 10, 2013 in Vrindavan Articles with 27 Comments
Radha Shyamsundar revealed – by H.H Radhanath Swami

A Bengali couple lost two sons straight after they were born. They named their third, surviving son, Dukhi. Dukhi was spontaneously attracted to Lord Caitanya and Lord Nityananda. Whenever he would hear anything about the Lord or His associates, he would run to that place with great enthusiasm. When he grew up a little, his […]

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A Loving Guru and A Faithful Disciple by HH Radhanath Swami

on March 11, 2013 in Vrindavan Articles with 37 Comments
A Loving Guru and A Faithful Disciple by HH Radhanath Swami

Rupa Goswami initiated Jiva Goswami and Jiva became very dear to his guru. Once a powerful scholar named Rupa Narayana came to Vrindavan. His false ego was even greater than his knowledge. He had a jaya patra, a certificate where any one he defeated had to sign. He heard the glories of Rupa Goswami and […]

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