Srimad Bhagawatham, Mahatmyam, Chapter One Sloka 6: Shreysam el bhave … Translation: Among all the virtues, which is the top most, among purity which is the most important, what is the path that leads to Krishna? Please tell me. Interpretation: This is for the first time that the name of
Kesavan – the Elephant Devotee of Krishna Today is Guruvayur Ekadasi, one of the holiest days in the Hindu calendar, especially in Kerala, more particularly in Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple. Apart from that, this is the day when the famous elephant Gajarajan Guruvayur Kesavan died — on Dec 2, 1976
Did Sri Krishna come from an alien civilisation? The question may sound appalling to some, foolish and silly to many. But consider the way Sri Krishna’s birth and times are described in the puranas, especially Srimad Bhagawatham. Krishna was not born to human beings. Devaki and Vasudeva, the deemed parents
Jiddu Krishnamurti was a famous public speaker, mystic, author, philosopher and spiritual leader Jiddu Krishnamurti was one of the paramount spiritual leaders of the 20th century. When he was just a little boy, he was pronounced as the ‘teacher who would deliver the world’. This declaration was made by Dr.
Srimad Bhagawatham, Mahatmyam, Chapter One Sloka 9: Bhaktourkha… Translation: I shall tell you the secret of what multiplies Bhakti at all times and create love for Sri Krishna. Listen carefully. Interpretation: Shri Suthan further stokes the inquisitiveness of Shounaka and rishis by saying that he has a secret formula to
Srimad Bhagawatham, Mahatmyam, Chapter One Sloka 5: Ihaghore Kalouprapte..
Suthan, one of the most knowledgeable persons, a receptacle of wisdom, walks into a holy place called Nimishe where the rishis were performing a sacrifice for 12 years. After making him comfortable, Shaunaka approaches him with a request: to narrate the story of Srimad Bhagawatham.
Narada Muni spins Veda Vyasa’s sorrow to supreme joy HARI OM After having written 17 voluminous and scholarly works (puranas) on various religious and philosophical matters, the author, Sri Veda Vyas felt a strong wave of dissatisfaction in his mind. There was something amiss on which he could not put
Manusmriti has references to Brahmins tasting meat as part of Vedic rituals. But there are no references that they consumed meat as food. Just after restrictions were imposed on slaughter of cattle across India, a relative of mine quoted the Manusmriti to argue that Brahmins of yore in India `ate’
Surendrapuri, The World of Mythological wonders! Surendrapuri is a novel one-stop destiantion where you can see encapsulation of cultural, creative and sculptural brilliance. Kunda Satyanarayana Kaladhamam, one-of-its-kind legendary mythological theme park. The other significant attractions of this place are Nagakoti (101-feet Shiva Linga) and a sanctuary of Panchamukhi Hanuman with