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ONCE THERE IS NO HAPPYNESS IN MATERIAL WORLD THEN WHY LORD KRISHNA CREATED THIS MATERIAL WORLD.
» Posted By vijay On May 11, 2013 @ 11:34 am
why good people facing more problems in kaliyug satyug dwapar treta yug
why prabhu bhakt facing stage of exam ? why he*suprem God * doesn’t understand i not angry with my brother father mother friend all is Krishna. i love him so i can not oppose Radhakrishnachandra. question is why people facing suffering ? when devotees continuously doing serving to god
» Posted By vijay On November 27, 2011 @ 8:09 pm
hare Krishna prabhuji,
I was a pure non vegetarian but after reading Shreemad Bhagvad Gita I stopped eating Non-Veg . Now I want to join Gym but if i join gym , trainer will suggest me to eat egg everyday. “Actually i want to know “Egg” is veg or non veg?” If it is a non-veg i will not join gym. Shree Krishna is more important for me then my body.
Jai Shree Krishna
» Posted By Vijay On January 27, 2013 @ 7:01 pm
Excellent insights. As rightly stated, the public focus is always on doing duty without attachment to fruits. Rarely does anyone speak of surrendering to Sri Ksrna. This will be of immense help to me in my understanding the Gitaji.
» Posted By vijay On January 21, 2011 @ 9:36 am
Madhudvisa Dasa Prabhu, Please accept my dandavat pranams. I would like convey my heartfelt gratitude for clarifying our doubts and enlightening us with real knowledge. You have all the mercy of Srila prabhupada in this service. Hare Krishna
» Posted By Vijay On June 17, 2012 @ 11:29 am
This has reference to your kind reply. I am a little confused.
Is is not required for a disciple to directly come in contact with and communicate with one’s Guru?
Can one surrender to a Guru who is either no longer physically in our midst or even if still living it is not possible to always have a direct meeting and receive direct instructions.My understanding is that one’s Guru must be very personal who can give direct instructions and guidance based on each disciple’s personality and traits. Can direct guidance received directly from one’s own Guru be substituted by either reading their works or if possible listening over audio-video media.
» Posted By Vijay On September 25, 2009 @ 9:03 am
It is said that seek as he (or she) may, the Sishya will not find the Guru, but the Guru will find the Sishya.
How does this process actually happen?
» Posted By Vijay On September 23, 2009 @ 11:08 am
Respectful Pranams Madhudvisa dasaji,
The lessons are extremely thought provoking and sincere thanks for the insights. I have also attempted to read a few works of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and I have been inspired, mainly by the work “Krsna”.
But there are a few unresolved questions which I humbly request consent to raise here:
1. In most of the literature there is a clear prescription to accept Krsna as the Supreme Godhead, which is easily understandable as a Krsna devotee.
But there is also a clear prescription to avoid praying to other “Demigods”, because these will only result in certain specific material benefits and will not elevate to Supreme Godhead. This gives an impression that there are actually many different “Gods” each capable of doing something specific and not anything else. This is rather confusing since my understanding has been that as per our Vedic Principles there is really only one Supreme Authority, manifest in everything, who creates, controls and performs everything. We are taught that the Supreme Authority has no beginning or end; no definitions and hence no names. Each person according to his spiritual inclinations may call this Supreme Authority by any name, but they all relate to the same Supremeness.
So who are we actually referring to as “Krsna” here? Artists or poets may have given Krsna a particular physical form and features, but I am sure the real concept of Krsna is far more, since we are taught that everything is Krsna. If that is so what is wrong in saying that Krsna is also Shiva or any other name and if Krsna is Shiva, then is not Shiva also Krsna? So would it be incorrect to think that these are only different names or different forms which people have assigned for that one Supremeness and really there is no difference between any body’s faiths. I raise this question because many people who are great devotees worship the Lord in different forms and different scriptures dedicated to that particular form state that form to be Supreme.
Not to be critical of religions, but does not this thinking seem to align with other religions who advocate that “their” God or Messenger is the only “real” one and others are not so. I have always thought that Hindu philosophy is much higher, particularly the concept of a common unified OM.
2. Eating meat has been equated with illict sex, drinking liquor and gambling. Is it not the law of nature that human beings must eat some life form, be they animals, fish, animal products (like milk) or plants. There is so much confusion about “Sattvic” foods -some say eating fish is Ok, while other say drinking milk or eating butter and ghee is not.
Does what you eat really stand in the way of spiritual progress? Is it not really about giving up too much importance for food itself and learning to like and eat whatever is available?
3. When will you feel that you have actually found out what work Krsna wanted one to actually do? Many times people end up feeling hopelessly out of place at their work and want to do something else. In western thinking it may be called” Uncovering your Passion” etc. We see people doing all kinds of things with their career. Some throw away big positions to do Social Work, other to pursue spiritual realization etc. What is the right approach?
I have asked so many questions. I will be deeply gratified if your Holiness will find time to answer my queries.
» Posted By Vijay On September 22, 2009 @ 8:35 am
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very good meterial.i got some enlightment through it. om namay shivaye. hare krishna
» Posted By VIJAY On January 20, 2012 @ 5:06 am