Radharani ki jaya, Maharani ki jaya

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(1) rādhārāṇī kī jaya, mahārāṇī kī jaya bolo barsāne vālī kī jaya jaya jaya (2) ṭhakurāṇī kī jaya, hari priyā kī jaya vṛsabhānu-dulārī kī jaya jaya jaya (3) gaurāńgī kī jaya, hemāńgī … Read More

Advaita Vata (Vrindavana)

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  As a young boy Advaita Acharya became a great scholar of all the Vedic literatures and came to the conclusion of pure Bhakti. When He was still young His mother and … Read More

Candra Sarovara (Parasauli)

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This place is located about 2 Kms from Anyor village on the left side. After having spent the whole night engaged in rasa-dancing with the gopis, Krishna, while still wearing His special … Read More

Hau Bilau

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One day, Krishna and Balaram were playing in this place near Yashoda kund with Their friends, but it was time for them to come home to take Their lunch and mother Yashoda … Read More

Yavata, the town of Srimati Radharani and the Manjari

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  Yavata (also known as Javat, Jao or Yao) is the town of Radharani and the Manjari   Yavata is the birthplace of the eight principle manjaris. Yavata‚ or Yava-grama, lies approximately … Read More

Candravali: where is Kamsa?

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Candravali’s mood is very deep. Sometimes if Krsna meets with another gopi and then meets with Candravali and there are signs on his body that He has met with somebody else, it … Read More

Tulasi Devi – instructions by Srila Prabhupada on how to worship Her

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Three Tulasi-mantras Śrīla Prabhupāda: I am giving you herewith three mantras for Tulasī Devī as follows: vṛndāyai tulasī-devyai priyāyai keśavasya ca viṣṇu-bhakti-prade devī satya vatyai namo namaḥ This is offering OBEISANCES, bowing … Read More

Paigaon, the hide and seek pastime

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Paigaon (Paigrama, Pai)   One day Radha and Krishna were playing hide and seek along with the gopis, and after Krishna went and hid Himself and the gopis couldn’t find Him anywhere. … Read More

Chira Ghata, where Krishna stole the Gopi’s garments (not the one in Vrindavana)

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Chira Ghata (Siyaro or Siyaraha) This is the celebrated ghata where Krishna stole the clothing of the gopis. The word ‘chira’ means ‘clothing’. After following the Katyayani vrata for one month by … Read More

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