Form of arts in Vedic times

nata-nartaka-gandharvah suta-magadha-vandinah gayanti cottamasloka- caritany adbhutani ca   nata — dramatists; nartaka — dancers; gandharvah — celestial singers; suta — professional historians; magadha — professional genealogists; vandinah — professional learned speakers; gayanti — chant; ca — … Read More

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The seven mothers

According to scriptures also, there are seven mothers: (1) the real mother, (2) the wife of the spiritual master, (3) the wife of a brahmana, (4) the wife of the king, (5) the cow, (6) the … Read More

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Bilvamangala Thakura

Sri Bilvamangala Thakura, a great acarya of the Visnu Svami Vaisnava sect, in his householder life was overly attached to a prostitute who happened to be a devotee of the Lord. One night when the Thakura … Read More

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Katyayani Vrata

Katyayani Vrata   Chapter Twenty-one contains twenty verses, describing how Krishna entered the forest of Vrindavana in the autumn, playing His flute, and how He attracted the gopis, who were singing His glories. The Twenty-second Chapter … Read More

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