L’area tatastha

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L’area tatastha D: Cos’è l’area tatastha? R: Il termine tatastha vuol dire margine, confine. E’ un’area esistente fra il mondo materiale e quello spirituale in cui le jiva, anch’esse di natura marginale, si trovano per operare … Read More

¿Es un acto de fe?

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      Cantar el Santo Nombre del Señor no sólo es un acto de fe y de esperanza; sino también el acto científico de conectarse, de vincularse automáticamente con la Sustancia Absoluta. Es por este … Read More

About the “Kirtan”

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Kirtan is Sanskrit for “chant” or “glorify”—mainly, to glorify God and chant His names. God has many names—in many languages—which are all spiritual. “Spiritual” means God and His names are the same, so saying “Krishna” means … Read More

Darsapurnamasa

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Darśapurṇamāsa       By Swami Harshananda Sometimes transliterated as: Darsapurnamasa, DarZapurNamAsa, Darshapurnamaasa The Darśapurṇamāsa is an obligatory prakṛti (an archetype) in the Iṣṭi group of Vedic sacrifices known as yajñas and yāgas. The Iṣṭi sacrifices … Read More

Lomaharsana (Romaharsana)

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  Father of Suta who told Puranic stories. (1st.Skandha, Devi Bhagavata). He was a member of the court of Yudhisthira. (Sloka 12, Chapter 4, Sabha Parva).

Dambodbhava

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  Parasurama was present at the court of the Kauravas when Sri Krsna was speaking to Dhrtarastra on behalf of the Pandavas. When the Kauravas did not reply the questions put by Sri Krsna, Parasurama rose … Read More

Damodara, meaning

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  #Damodara Dama means “ropes,” and udara means “the abdomen.” The Damodara form refers to Krsna in His childhood when He was tied up with rope by His mother, Yasoda.     

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