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Glossary of Sri Sri Radha Krishna Ganoddesa Dipika

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No Service Without Instruction

No Service Without iNStructioN His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada The spiritual master cannot accept service from a disciple without awarding him spiritual instruction. — From the purport to Bhāg. 3.23.52. bindu515 #guru #disciple 

The Vaishnava tradition of Pushya-abhishek

from Bindu 515 By Hari Parshad Das A prominent festival in the Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava tradition is the puṣyābhiṣekaḥ, known also as puṣya-snānam. Per the traditional Indian calendar it is celebrated in the month of pauṣa, December-January. On the full-moon day of this month of pauṣa, the moon is situated in a specific nakṣatra (visible pattern of stars) known as puṣya. …

anuvritti, meaning

Anuvritti, anuvrtti, Anuvṛtti (अनुवृत्ति).—One of the six devices which form the requisite qualifications of Sanskrit grammar;—Anuvṛtti is a repetition or recurrence of a word from the previous to the subse quent rule or rules, which is necessary for the sake of intended interpretation. So far as the uṇādi-sūtras are concerned, the anuvṛtti is invariably present, permeating the whole uṇādi-pāṭha, to …

Recording of the videoconference in English - July 27, 2022

Abbonamenti, Bookstore  This class was given by Manonatha Dasa (ACBSP). Topic: Srimad-Bhagavatam Link to the video Audio   Here you find all information to participate in the next videoconferences    
Recording of the videoconference in English - July 27, 2022

Preface by the author, from the book "For Their Pleasure"

Preface by the author, from the book "For Their Pleasure"
Preface by the author   This booklet is lovingly and respectfully dedicated to my Guardian Angel who has given this special causeless mercy to me, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada. For without his extreme rare mercy as this, such a book like this could not have been even remotely conceived of, let alone practiced.   Thank you …

Anjana, the elephant

ANJANA. This is an elephant belonging to the Asuras. His origin is in the family of Supratika. The other three elephants born in this family are : Airavata, and Kumuda. (This Airavata was not the of Devendra ) . There are references Vamana Airavata to  Raksasas coming to the battle-field on the back of  elephants. There is another mention …
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