Question: Is Kṛṣṇa consciousness the same as Hinduism? Śrīla Govinda Mahārāj: Previously Hindus were identified by who was living on the bank of the Sindhu River and following the Vedic knowledge and culture. The culture grew on both sides of that river. They were identified as Hindu. The Veda in Hinduism came down from the… Continue reading Hinduism & Krishna Consciousness
Vraja-rasa in Dwaraka.
Devahuti Devi Dasi spent five years living and serving in Nabadwip while raising her two young children. In this interview she shares her inspiring story.
Sri Vaishnava Toshani, May–June 1993, Vol 2 #2 is presented here.
"Sincerely, earnestly, desperately, we offer ourselves at the feet of Śrī Guru-Vaiṣṇava, wholeheartedly considering it to be our greatest fortune to be utilised by them, for their divine purpose, in the least way."
The positive and progressive response to the challenges we face.
“Service is making service, and money is making money. And Guru is the service maker, the super service maker.”
"Surrender is the most wonderful thing in the world, which makes it possible for the small to control the great, the smallest to control the greatest. It is only possible by this means: through love, through surrender."
Continuing our series Remembering Srila Gurudev, Bhakti Lalita Devi Dasi shares her memories and experiences with His Divine Grace in this exclusive interview.
“Your language will go to your mother. Jiva Goswami Prabhu has given this hope. You may be a three-month-old baby, or a one-month-old baby, but through your expression of crying or something your mother will understand whether you are hungry or not. ... When we chant the Holy Name of the Lord, He will understand that we cannot avoid offences, and so He Himself will give His divine help to us, and our offences will go through chanting.”