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it is said that remembering the lord at the time of death will lead us to Vaikuntha.I absolutely agree with that ,but I’ve heard from my grandmother that those who die untimely “Akal mrityu” roam in the spiritual realm and do not get liberation until their actual time of Death for example A man dies in an automobile accident he will get killed immediately he will not get time to remember the lord so in such situations how will he get liberation or is it the bad karma of past life that leads him to untimely death?
» Posted By Anubhav On October 3, 2011 @ 10:08 am
There is something that’s been troubling me for quite sometime now.I’m finding it Difficult to understand the true meaning of the term “Avatar” because the term has been commercialized so many times that I believe the term has lost it’s relevance..Some people say “Avatar” means incarnation which in their term means “new form”we seen in tv ads that if some product has been altered or changed they call it an avatar if such is a case then all the avatars of Vishnu is something other than Vishnu but I find all the avatars of lord Vishnu same I don’t see any difference between Vishnu,Krishna,Narayana,Matsya,Koorma,Rama,Narasimha I believe all these avatars are one but the term avatar is quite contradictory and recently a movie about some Alien Race was made by James Cameroon and it preaches the same concept that avatar means change into something else please enlighten me the true meaning of the term Avatar…
» Posted By Anubhav On September 17, 2011 @ 4:12 pm
I totally agree that Lord Buddha is an incarnation of lord Vishnu…All his avatars are like pieces of a great puzzle and his avatars also define evolution but I disagree with Buddhist philosophy that desires are the cause of suffering if we don’t have any desire how will we progress in life??I’m from Nepal where lord Buddha was born I really admire him but the concept of nirvana is not a good one I want to ask you a question What is the difference between Nirvana and Moksha??
» Posted By Anubhav On September 10, 2011 @ 1:19 pm
I want you to ask a question…What is the source of all these Mayavads?And I don’t know much about Mayavads’ philosophy but I do know that they believe God is veiled with Maya so He is illusory and how could the concept of an impersonal God be so attractive when is much easy to worship God with form why are people so attracted to it???
» Posted By Anubhav On October 4, 2011 @ 3:32 pm
I really loved this article espescially the part about Us being the fish out of the water but merely chanting Hare Krishna mantra is enough to please Krishna or we have to chant other strotas such as Vishnu Sahasranaam or other devotional texts to render devotional service to Lord Krishna????
» Posted By Anubhav On December 28, 2010 @ 4:06 am
I used to be a great Lord Vishnu Devotee but now Ive become a Krishna devotee is I don’t see any difference between the two But somehow lord Krishna seems more oppulent and from Krishna Maha Vishnu emerges Lord Krishna has said in Bhagwad Gita that”whoever person worships any Demigod I steady his faith but the fruits are granted alone by me” and then again he says “Abandon all forms of religion and just surrender to me” so it feels that Lord Krishna is very generous he doesn’t mind other demigod’s worship since he is the supreme being himself so is it okay to worship other demigods such as Shiva,Ganesha,Durga,?
» Posted By anubhav On January 23, 2011 @ 1:19 pm
Is Goloka one of the Vaikunth planets ?Ive heard that in Goloka there are no sorrows and is lord Krishna
an avatar of Lord Vishnu or are they both the same because Different schools of Vaishanivism different views on Lord Vishnu .Gaudiya vaishnavism teaches lord Krishna is the supreme lord while other schools claim Vishnu is the supreme lord please enlighten me.
» Posted By anubhav On September 27, 2010 @ 5:40 pm
I’ really enjoy your newsletters they are enlightening.i chant the 1000 names of Vishnu and 108
names of Krishna everyday and consider my self a vaishnava just a few days ago my uncle passed away and this has made me question my faith in Lord Krishna my uncle suffered a great deal before dying.All my friends are Atheists and they mock the very idea of an Afterlife.I don’t want to live as an Atheist but here people think that I’m a fool when I talk abt lord Krishna what should I do?
» Posted By anubhav On September 25, 2010 @ 3:27 pm
» Posted By Anubhav On November 21, 2010 @ 10:18 am
Is Krishna an avatar of Lord Vishnu or is He the supreme lord Himself?
» Posted By Anubhav On November 8, 2010 @ 10:08 am
According to the Vedas the universe was created 8 billion years ago which is scientifically accurate .I chant the 1000 names of Vishnu and 108 names of Krishna everyday still Im always depressed may be lord Krishna doesn’t love me anymore.
» Posted By anubhav On September 17, 2010 @ 1:05 pm
Actually the thousand wives of Krishna were great sages in their previous lives who after years of penance had qualified to become his eternal consorts.
» Posted By anubhav On September 17, 2010 @ 2:21 pm
Dear Madhudvisa all my friends are Atheists and they persist that there is no self and after death there is only eternal oblivion.How could this be?we are taught we have only one Goal as human beings “moksha” from material world but unlike other schools of Hinduism Gaudiya vaishanivism teaches that the final goal of souls who have attained moksha is Vaikunta the eternal abode of Krishna/Vishnu.I chant 1000 names of Vishnu everyday and consider myself a vaishnava but could you please explain me the nature of the spiritual world and the meaning of moksha? Regards. Anubhav
» Posted By anubhav On September 21, 2010 @ 2:51 pm