Kirtan for Kulangana Mataji

August 5th, 2017 | Posted by ww-seva2 in bhajan - (Comments Off)
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History about Lord Hayagriva’s worship in South India

August 5th, 2017 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture - (Comments Off)
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The Time of The Sages Documentary-Trailer

June 19th, 2017 | Posted by ww-seva2 in academic | news - (Comments Off)

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We arrive at the concluding chapter of the Bhagavad-gītā, of Krishna’s eighteen yoga teachings. This chapter is the longest in the Gītā (slightly longer than chapter 2). It serves partly as a reiteration and re-emphasis of previously expressed ideas, but also as an elaboration on important principles in terms of the three modalities of nature. It is also here that we find a dramatic crescendo near the chapter’s end, in Krishna’s final exhortation to Arjuna (and to all would-be yogīs) to find refuge and ultimate yoga success in him, yogeśvara, the master of yoga.
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Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.3.2

April 23rd, 2017 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture - (Comments Off)
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A part of the puruṣa lies down within the water of the universe, from the navel lake of His body sprouts a lotus stem, and from the lotus flower atop this stem, Brahmā, the master of all engineers in the universe, becomes manifest.Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 1.3.2


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Evening bhajan (Zagreb, Croatia)

April 22nd, 2017 | Posted by ww-seva2 in bhajan - (Comments Off)
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Srimad-Bhagavatam 9.10.8

April 9th, 2017 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture - (Comments Off)
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Carrying out the order of His father, who was bound by a promise to his wife, Lord Rāmacandra left behind His kingdom, opulence, friends, well-wishers, residence and everything else, just as a liberated soul gives up his life, and went to the forest with Sītā.Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 9.10.8


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Krishna mentions sacred texts at the end of the previous chapter, and this prompts Arjuna to ask for more details. What is the situation of persons who practice sacrificial rites but do not follow the prescriptions for such rites provided in the sacred texts? Arjuna frames his question in terms of the three modalities—illumination, passion, and darkness—so Krishna’s response, comprising most of this chapter, is also in these terms, constituting a further elaboration on the modalities from Chapter 14.
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