Sri Ramanujacharya
Giriraj Swami

Today is the appearance anniversary of Sripada Ramanujacharya, the principal acharya in the Sri, or Lakshmi, sampradaya. Srila Prabhupada wrote that “We find great shelter at the lotus feet of Sri Ramanujacharya because his lotus feet are the strongest fort to combat the Mayavadi philosophy.” (letter 22.11.1974) And in the early days of ISKCON in India, before we had Srila Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita As It Is translated into Hindi, he would refer people to read the Hindi edition of the Gita with Sri Ramanujacharya’s commentary.

Prabhupada often told a story about Sri Ramanujacharya’s merciful, compassionate nature. As he related it in Ahmedabad in 1972, “The servants of Krishna take all risk for Krishna’s sake. Just like Ramanujacharya. Sri Ramanujacharya’s spiritual master said, ‘My dear son, the mantra which I am giving, you chant silently and you will be delivered. It is so powerful. Don’t chant this mantra loudly so others can hear.’

“Ramanujacharya thought, ‘If this mantra is so powerful that if others hear it they’ll also be delivered, then why not?’ He immediately went to the market and began to chant the mantra. So, his spiritual master became very angry, that ‘I told you not to chant loudly, so others may not hear.’ And Ramanujacharya replied, ‘My Lordship, I have done offense unto you. That’s all right. For this I am prepared to go to hell. But if this mantra is so powerful, I must speak it to everyone.’ ”

In this mood, following in the footsteps of Sripada Ramanujacharya, Srila Prabhupada broadcast the Hare Krishna maha-mantra and the teachings of the Bhagavad-gita everywhere, to everyone.

We pray and aspire to follow in their footsteps.

Hare Krishna.

Yours in service,
Giriraj Swami

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Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s recommendation. For a divine…
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Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s recommendation.
For a divine relationship to manifest, we need three elements:
Bhakta: the devotee
Bhagavan: the Supreme Lord Krsna
Bhakti: the process of devotional service (chanting is a limb of bhakti).
When these three come together, the Holy Name dances on the tongue of the devotee as described by Srila Rupa Goswami, ‘Love (bhakti) makes Krsna dance.
It makes the devotee dance.
It dances itself. The three dance together.’ (Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Antya 18.18) For this kind of magical chanting to take place, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura recommends the following three-step process that renews our understanding and establishes our position in relation to Krsna. The steps respectively address the questions:
1) Who am I?
2) To whom do I relate?
3) Where does this relationship take place?
Step 1 Connect to your spiritual essence and identity I am an atomic particle of consciousness and the eternal servant of Krsna.
Step 2 Connect to the other person in the relationship Krsna is the infinite conscious entity and my only master.
Step 3 Inhabit the space of the relationship The material world is a prison house meant to reform my adverse tendencies and teach me to be present in my relationship with Krsna in the sacred space of kirtana and japa. By deliberately creating this space of spiritual consciousness within, you can actually chant with devotion. Sambandha is established the moment a devotee sincerely turns to Krsna and thinks ‘I don’t wish to be a slave of Maya anymore. It is enough! I don’t want to be chained to an ordinary material existence in a world of birth and death, slapped by Maya at every opportunity she gets! It’s now time to turn to my relationship with You.’
From Sacinandana Swami (2018). The Living Name. Saranagati Publishing.

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Prayers requested for His Holiness Bhakti Sharan Shanta…
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Prayers requested for His Holiness Bhakti Sharan Shanta Maharaja.
Bhakti Chaitanya Swami: We just visited the New Govardhana d...

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Sunday, February 10th, 2019
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Montreal, Quebec

Soft Slides on the Street

Because I'm a walker, I must do so, even today when all sidewalks are as slippery as can be.  From our  ISKCON centre in Montreal, I baby-stepped my way to Saint Catherine Street to do more of the same.  Mind you, there are some dry sections where better traction is achieved.  For the most part, it's a careful forward-moving dynamic, and I'm not the only one out and about partaking of the challenge. Other pedestrians are also focused on looking downward, watching each step, wary of a fatal slip.

However, you know, I believe that those of us who tread the trail are better off than those in cars or  chilling in front of a screen in their home.  We are feeling air and the wind in our faces.  We are meeting and greeting surya, the sun, with its warmth.  They are amiable encounters.

So a little bit of east-and-westerly soft-shoe work on Ste. Catherine's and I'm back in time to prepare for the Sunday program—the Open House.  There I found myself in the midst of well-co-ordinated dancers and chanters. Being the guest speaker I sat on the speaker's chair to deliver some words on the twenty-six attributes of a divine person.  It appeared that the community took to the message quite well.

I can say for sure that the prasadam, blessed food, was great, and well received by tongue and tummy.  The Montreal kitchen always puts out some of the best.

May the Source be with you!
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Saturday, February 9th, 2019
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Russell, Ontario

Shine Day

It was all like glass—every driveway; actually, it was ice glistening with the sun on it.  Snow banks were the same—sparkling, shining like anything.  That was our driving experience, visually, all the way to Russell, with Billy behind the wheel and his wife, Amala, as passenger, along with myself in the back seat, and priest, Mangala Charan, at my side.  A clear day.  Pretty!

We were set, not for a walking party but for a diksha ceremony for Mandala, a young Canadian chap who assisted me during my three segments of walking the U.S.  I guess you could say his receiving an initiation name, a fresh new set of beads for the hand to meditate with, and a new strand of beads for the neck, was all a reward for his kind services.  Mandala is without ego.  https://www.instagram.com/p/Bts_qPCA2XU/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=1eqe7rp9qvzk0

Mandala, now Mandala Ram, is also blessed with a wife. Married not so long ago, Apurvi, the lucky lady, was someone he first met in Noida, India, when Mandala and I travelled there for a production of "Krishna Is," and he was my sound man.  It's nice that we had some experiences together in areas where life is significant for him.

His mother, Kirtan, was there for the initiation, as well as "bros and sistas."  Yes, a big family of twelve siblings. Irish-Catholic-Hare-Krishna is what the McAllister family is—big and beautiful.  The ceremony was held in the Registration Building, a small armoury-resembling edifice, in the quaint downtown of this small bedroom community of Ottawa.

By the end of the evening, the sparkle, glitter and shine remained when there was some reflection of light as I opened the door to exit into that wintry wonder of magic.  Just watch your step on that shimmering ice.

May the Source be with you!
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Aerial view from Bhaktivinoda Thakur house to the TOVP (1 min. video)
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Aerial view from Bhaktivinoda Thakur house to the TOVP (1 min. video)
Sadbhuja Das: Hare Krsna dear devotees, pamho,
We are very happy to share this wonderful drone video footage from Bhaktivinoda Thakur house to the TOVP made by our three great team members Savyasachi, Akincana Krsna and Pavan Gopa prabhus.

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The lost relationship. Do you have strong friendships? By this I…
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The lost relationship.
Do you have strong friendships? By this I mean people close to your heart, who are with you through good and bad times, people with whom your life is tightly bound. Will these relationships endure at your deathbed and beyond? There is only one person who is tightly bound to us beyond the barrier of death. He has always been with us, even before this life. He is a friend who knows the contents of our heart… and yet we have somehow managed to forget Him. We have inconceivably lost our most important relationship… Of course, in the ultimate sense this relationship can never be lost; we only lose our consciousness of it. We are always a part of Krsna for we are souls and the soul is part of God. But we have to awaken from our forgetfulness to fully benefit from that one relationship.
In the Second World War, family members from countries like Poland and Romania were torn apart. Years after the war they again found each other. Imagine the moving scene when a son was reunited with his old parents. How must he have felt? In some cases, people were infant when they were separated from their families but nevertheless they felt a deep bond when they met as adults. Their natural relationships started to blossom as soon as they were active in those relationships – talking to each other, eating and working together as a family. Just as these inactive relationships were revived instantaneously, our relationship with Krsna can be reactivated the moment we turn to Him – for example when we go on pilgrimage to a holy place such as Vrndavana, the home of Radha and Krsna. Transcendental feelings of love awaken just by visiting Them ‘at home.’
In Vrndavana or Mayapur, the home of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, one can engage in chanting or other devotional practices and especially feel, ‘Krsna is here and I have a substantial relationship with Him.’ No one has to tell you about it. It comes naturally.
Srila Prabhupada writes in The Nectar of Devotion: ‘The places in the eighty-four square-mile district of Mathura are so beautifully situated on the banks of the Yamuna that anyone who goes there will never want to return to this material world.’1 1 Nectar of Devotion, p. 111.

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TOVP Newsletter
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Srila Prabhupada: “I have named this temple Sri Mayapur Candrodaya Mandir, the Rising Moon of Mayapur. Now make it rise, bigger and bigger until it becomes the full moon. And this moonshine will be spread all over the world. All over India they will come to see. From all over the world they will come”

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In Memoriam-Caitanya devi dasi (video)
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In Memoriam-Caitanya devi dasi (video)
Caitanya devi dasi who departed from this world recently is remembered through her memo...

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Svatantra prabhu ACBSP departed
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Prayers required for a disciple of Srila Prabhupada who is about to leave his body.
Srutakirti Prabhu: Wednesday 6 pm HST. I recently returned to the hospital and talked to Svatantra’s son, Steve Jr. We had a long discussion which included understanding Svatantra’s desires. He will be turning off the machines tomorrow morning at 6 am. My wife and I will be there with a few others. Today I gave Svatantra a piece of rice that was saved from Srila Prabhuapda’s plate here in Hawaii in 1975. I witnessed him gulp after I put it in his mouth.

I spoke with Svatantra alone for a few minutes. I have no doubt he was aware of my talk with him. His bodily reactions and changes in the heart rate when I said certain things were clear.

It was also clear while talking to his son that Svatantra is prepared to leave. When I return tomorrow I will try to write a little something about this wonderful person who I am proud to consider a friend.

They will be taking Svatantra prabhu off of life support today. I will be back with more information when possible. Please chant for the peaceful passing of his soul. He spent the last 18 months absorbed in full-time devotional service to the Panca Tattva here in New Navadvipa as their head pujari daily at 2:00 am to begin his day.

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna Hare Hare;
Hare Rama Hare Rama, Rama Rama Hare Hare.

The photo was taken a few months ago in the pujari room New Navadvipa, Iskcon Hawaii with Haravapuh and myself.

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How do we distinguish between material anxiety and spiritual anxiety?
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Seek not a stormless sea, seek an unsinkable ship
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Holi Festival
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The day after the Food Festival, the devotees at New Varshana organised a Holi celebration. This has been going on for a number of years and the attendances has gown significantly.

This year, more than 10,000 people came and about two thirds were western and one third from the Indian community. The dye throwing was the main attraction but there were other activities on the main stage, as well as book and prasadam stalls.

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Harinama in Tenerife, the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands…
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Harinama in Tenerife, the largest of Spain’s Canary Islands (video)
Srila Prabhupada: Simply by chanting the holy name of Krishna, one can obtain freedom from material existence. Indeed, simply by chanting the Hare Krishna maha-mantra one will be able to see the lotus feet of the Lord. (Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila, 7.73)

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TOVP: updated photos on the actual state of the construction…
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TOVP: updated photos on the actual state of the construction (Album of photos)
Srila Prabhupada: All glories to the all-blissf...

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The Avanti Journey! See what has been happening over years!
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The Avanti Journey! See what has been happening over years!

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Advaita Acharya (video)
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Advaita Acharya (video)
Lecture by HH Kadamba Kanana Swami, Recorded on 2/10/2019.

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TOVP – Together Offer Victory to Prabhupada!
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The TOVP Team have coined a new inspiring slogan using the very letters of the temple’s name itself: Together Offer Victory to Prabhupada!

In addressing history itself, the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium stands to be one of the most important and iconic monuments to Gaudiya Vaisnavism and the mission of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu. And in further consideration of the rarity of Mahaprabhu’s appearance to spread the Yuga Dharma, and the even rarer manifestation of His opening the flood gates of Krishna prema to all souls, the TOVP embodies an opportunity over the next 10,000 years (literally a fraction in universal time) for all fortunate people to achieve the highest possible destination of the soul: entrance into the Goloka pastimes of Sri Krishna.

And our receiving this most rare and opportune mercy, and participation in distributing it to others, is possible only by the efforts of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, whose devotion and dedication to the mission of the Lord and the acharyas has revealed him to be the empowered Commander in Chief (Senapati Bhakta) of the Lord Himself. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu has said this from His own mouth in Caitanya-mangala:

“I want to flood the whole world with the chanting of the holy names. I will personally preach and flood India with Harinama sankirtana. My senapati bhakta (Commander in Chief) will come, preach in distant countries and flood the world with the chanting of Hare Krishna.”

Factually, Srila Prabhupada is already victorious in his mission. But it is his mercy that he has left us with the expansion and completion of that mission. In that process of filling in the details of “the house in which the whole world can live”, we, his servants, are instruments for his further victory and glory. In the Brahma- vaivarta Purana Lord Krishna also makes this prediction:

“On behalf of the sacred rivers (Yamuna, Kaveri, Godavari, Sindhu, Sarasvati and Narmada), Ganga Devi says, “Lord Krishna, we see that Your pastimes are ending and that people are becoming more materialistic. After You leave, all the sinful people of Kali-yuga will take bath in our waters, and we will become overwhelmed with sinful reactions.”

Lord Krishna smiled and replied,

“Be patient. After 5,000 years My mantra upasaka (worshiper of the holy name) will appear and spread the chanting of the holy name everywhere. Not only in India but all over the world people will chant ‘Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare.’

By this chanting the whole world will become eka varna (one class or designation), namely, hari-bhaktas, devotees of the Supreme Lord Krishna. Because the devotees of Hari are pure, anyone who contacts them will become purified of sinful reactions. These pure devotees will visit India and purify you of your sinful reactions by bathing in your sacred waters. The period of worldwide chanting of Hare Krishna will continue for 10,000 years.

The building of the Temple of the Vedic Planetarium will serve many purposes in this prediction, most important of which is to establish the Hare Krishna Movement on the Earth for the next 10,000 years, the Golden Age of Kali-yuga. By this act, the yuga dharma of Harinam Sankirtan will be put in place and the entire human society will be put on the path back to Godhead. And in that sense every temple is a small TOVP in its own right, being empowered by the original manifestation of this unique temple in the sacred birthplace of the Lord.

Be a part of this legacy of the TOVP. Become one of the pioneers who helped establish the Hare Krishna Movement. The time has come now for us to be absolutely united and focused on offering this wonderful temple manifesting in Sridhama Mayapur to Srila Prabhupada in 2022, the temple being built by the hands of every devotee. As Srila Prabhupada said, “The temple is already built, but you can take the credit”. And in doing so we can:

Together Offer Victory to Prabhupada!

MISSION 22 MARATHON KI JAYA!!! THINK 22 – > TOVP NOW!

 

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Installation of Volutes Under Domes
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An important part of the external finishing work is placing the ‘volutes’ immediately under the domes as ornamental pieces. A volute is defined as “a spiral scroll-like ornament” and is a beautiful addition and enhancement to the external grandeur of the TOVP.

a picture of spiral scroll-like ornament on a pillar

 

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Follow us at: www.facebook.com/tovp.mayapur
Watch us at: www.youtube.com/user/tovpinfo
Phone App at: http://tovp.org/news/announcements/new-tovp-phone-app-goes-live/
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Visit to ISKCON temple, Tuscon, AZ
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Visit to ISKCON temple, Tuscon, AZ. I recently visited the ISKCON community in Tuscon, Arizona. Living on the East Coast, while surviving the polar vortex left me hankering for the warmth and comfort of the West. After careful deliberation, I chose Tuscon, Arizona to get away for a week.

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Rare photos from Puri. The album is having rare pictures inside…
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Rare photos from Puri. The album is having rare pictures inside Gambhira and rare darshan of the Deities like Nilamadhava, Ananta V...

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Today Bhishma Dev, a great devotee of the Lord left His body…
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Today Bhishma Dev, a great devotee of the Lord left His body with Krishna beside Him which also means Krishna was in Kurukshetra today.

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Does Lord Krishna “need” us?
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By Rishabh Verma

We often hear from devotees that the aim of one’s life is to attain Prema for Krsna so that one is eternally able to serve Him with enthusiasm. In doing so, one is often reminded of their constitutional position as a Jiva subservient to the pleasure of the Supreme Lord. From the aspect of the Jiva, there seems to be no question about their constitutional relationship with Krsna. However, to fully become Krsna conscious, one must be able to enter the mind of Krsna and understand his stance on His relationship with the Jiva. Commonly it is said that Krsna ‘wants’ us to return to Him so that we may enjoy loving pastimes in the spiritual world with Him. This is in keeping with Krsna’s position as the Supreme Personality of Godhead as defined in Srimad Bhagavatam (S.B 1.1.1). The idea that Krsna ‘needs’ us, although initially appears flattering and almost sacrilegious, on deeper reflection provides further insight into the relationship between the Jiva and the Supreme Lord. Read the rest of this entry »

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Spreading Lord Jagannath’s Mercy in the land of Samudranta, West Papua
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By Hari narayana das

Lord Jagannath captured the attention of many thousands of people as they came to attend the 15th Papua and Nusantara Cultural Arts Day in Manokwari. Held on Tuesday (02/06/2019), Lord Jagannath Ratha Yatra started from Percetakan Sanggeng street and commenced at Borarsi Field. This activity was also held to commemorate the 16th Day of West Papua Province Reactivation Day 2019, with the theme "Unite the Knit Determination of Cultural Diversity in the NKRI Frame". A variety of performances were displayed by 52 participants. Read the rest of this entry »

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Science and Krishna Consciousness: Questions on How to Position Oneself
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By Drutakarma Das

For anyone seeking to engage with modern science as a devotee of Krishna, specifically as a member of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness, the question of positioning becomes important. A practitioner of Krishna consciousness ultimately identifies as a jiva, an eternal conscious self, whose constitutional position is to render loving service to the supreme conscious self, Krishna. But practitioners of Krishna consciousness now find themselves in the world of matter, which covers but also reveals Krishna. The Srimad-Bhagavatam recommends that as a first step practitioners of Krishna consciousness may learn to perceive the world of matter as a feature of the virat rupa, the universal form of Krishna. Material scientists also try to understand the world of matter but in terms of atheistic views, or views that acknowledge God only as the initiator of the world of matter, which then continues to function as if there were no God. Read the rest of this entry »

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Does Krishna sometime violate the revealed scriptures?
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Seminar – 2 Tushyanti – Satisfaction in Krsna Consciousness
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2013-09-18 Bhakti Sangam (Russian)

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A nonmechanistic theory of consciousness
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A nonmechanistic theory of consciousness.
In Mechanistic and Nonmechanistic Science (1981) (MNMS), Richard L. Thompson presents a nonmechanistic theory of consciousness drawn from the Bhagavad-gita, a summary of Indian’s ancient wisdom.

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How to not feel dissatisfied because of our limitations
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What is the Vedic perspective on the Sabarimala issue?
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TOVP will answer “Who am I?” and “Where am I?”
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TOVP will answer “Who am I?” and “Where am I?” according to Srila Prabhupada’s teachings.

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Meet Bhaktin Elsa, a young artist at ISKCON Sweeden
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Meet Bhaktin Elsa, a young artist at ISKCON Sweeden (9 min. video)
Srila Prabhupada: Lord Krishna stresses the importance of remembering Him. One‘s memory of Krishna is revived by chanting the maha-mantra, Hare Krishna. By this practice of chanting and hearing the sound vibration of the Supreme Lord, one’s ear, tongue and mind are engaged. This mystic meditation is very easy to practice, and it helps one attain the Supreme Lord. (Bhagavad-Gita 8.8 Purport)

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At the house of Advaita Acarya / В доме Адвайты Ачарйи
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During Kartika, in Santipur, at the house of Advaita Acarya, I received unimaginable mercy. The pujari kindly placed the sacred salagram-sila that Advaita Acarya had worshipped 500 years ago, while appealing to the Lord to appear, on my head.

На карттику в доме Адвайты Ачарйи в Шантипуре получил невообразимую милость. Пуджари по своей доброте поместил мне на голову священную шалаграма-шилу, которой Адвайта Ачарйа поклонялся 500 лет тому назад, призывая Господа явиться.

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-Rectify Yourself- (5 min. video)
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-Rectify Yourself- (5 min. video)
“Try to rectify yourself rather than blaspheme the nature or activities of others. This is my instruction.”
~Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura.

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Mother Chaitanya Dasi ACBSP passed away, today, on the…
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Mother Chaitanya Dasi ACBSP passed away, today, on the auspicious appearance of Srila Advaita Acarya.
A glorious, auspicious passing of a dear disciple of Srila Prabhupada, on Advaita Acarya’s appearance day! Surrounded by devotee friends and family chanting Hare Krsna, with Srila Prabhupada. Decorated with garlands from New Raman Reti’s Lordships. All Glories to your lifetime of service to Srila Prabhupada, All glories to Srila Prabhupada!
More photos here: https://goo.gl/bpaXDg

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“Endeavor against insurmountable odds!”
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“Endeavor against insurmountable odds!”
Last evening, HH Radhanath Swami visited HH Jayapataka Swami and handed over to him an award on behalf of a dear disciple of HH Giriraj Swami.
Please find a letter she enclosed.
This is a letter from Madana Mohana Mohini Dasi, disciple of HH Giriraj Swami.

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Why Did Rama Banish Sita (video)
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Why Did Rama Banish Sita (video)
Sunday Feast Class by Chaitanya Charan Prabhu at ISKCON Chowpatty on 10th February 2019.

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Why did Rama banish Sita?
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Nityananda Trayodasi – Sunday, February 17th, 2019
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On Sunday, February 17th, 2019 we will be celebrating Nityananda Trayodasi, the auspicious appearance day of Nityananda Prabhu. The name Nityananda means eternal happiness. Nityananda Prabhu appeared in the 15th century as the principle associate of Lord Caitanya, who is none other than Lord Krishna Himself. Together they helped spread the chanting of the holy names of the Lord far and wide. Nityananda Prabhu is considered to be the most merciful incarnation of the Lord. 
He was extremely compassionate and often delivered even the most materially conditioned souls. He is always so absorbed in love and devotion. 

Come join us as we glorify and seek the blessings of the merciful Nityananda Prabhu. Festivities will begin at the temple on Sunday, February 17th, 2019 from 4pm - 7pm and will include a special darshan, a discourse about Nityananda Prabhu, a beautiful bhajan, and a vegetarian feast.

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Does the existence of beauty prove the existence of God? (Science – modern)
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