bhakti charu swami bhajan and kirtan
Question: From my understanding of your class on the nine stages of bhakti, it could take a number of years before one got any experiential taste of the practice. No. It’s true that it usually takes years (or lifetimes) to come to the stage of ruci (characterized by a taste for the beauty and joy of sādhana-bhakti),…
The Art of Kīrtan, Part 1 – Introduction Kīrtan is the central practice of bhakti-yoga, the spiritual path of devotion. Essentially, bhakti-yoga is anukūlyenānuśilana — an expression of affection. Kīrtan literally means “celebration.” It is a celebration of affection. The most important, powerful form of kīrtan is nāma-kīrtan, “celebration of a name.” We celebrate the […]
Festival of Flowers — 50,000 flowers showered on Sri Sri Radha Kalachandji in celebration of Radhastami.
TKG Academy Students sing the Bhajan “Radhika Stava” in glory of Srimati Radharani.
Global Kirtan for Yamuna Gears up Amidst Political Breakthroughs Originally posted by Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News on 15 Feb 2013 Second generation ISKCON devotees working with the Kuli Mela Association are calling out to friends and ISKCON temples all over the world to join in a Global Kirtan for the Yamuna river on March […]
New Zealand’s Kuli Mela Aims for Unity, Love and Devotion An article written by Madhava Smullen for ISKCON News and originally posted on December 7th, 2012. Kuli Mela New Zealand organizers Saraswati Howie and Vrinda Taylor Kuli Mela has already hit the US, Europe, Russia and Australia. And now, the festival that aims to unite and inspire […]
An amazing 30 minute flower arati and abhishek of the Radha Kalachandji deities here in Dallas. Bhajans led by Hari das and Giridhari Swami.
Video of Ananta Vrindavan singing an a capella combo of “Je Anilo Prema Dhana” & “It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday” during the KulimeLA 2009 Gala Evening at the Ford Theater in Hollywood. He dedicated his performance to “the memory of loved ones we’ve lost as a way to invoke their presence in […]