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Prabhupada quote of the day:

“ “Why should one approach a person who is blind with wealth? Rather, one should depend on Krsna, and He will give everything. All the members of our Krsna consciousness movement, whether they be grhasthas or sannyasis, should try to … Continue reading

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There are five branches of irreligion, appropriately known as irreligion [vidharma], religious principles for which one is unfit [para-dharma], pretentious religion [abhasa], analogical religion [upadharma] and cheating religion [chala-dharma]. One who is aware of real religious life must abandon these five as irreligious. SB 7.15.12.

Greetings from rained-in New Govardhan – https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PV3bOsNhzEA7AAkrllx7e8xCwAwOk1tT/view?usp=sharing So 1) Irreligion or vidharma. Religious principles that obstruct one from following his own religion are called vidharma. To create a new type of dharma has become fashionable in this age. So-called svamis … Continue reading

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“Everything opulent, beautiful and glorious that may exist within the universe, which simultaneously stirs up strong positive feelings within one’s heart , all such manifestations should be understood as only a part-fragment manifestation of Krishna ‘s splendor. Actually they are born of Krishna’s opulence.” Bhagavad-gita As It Is, Version 3, 10.41  

In the first picture, we see Srila Prabhupada contemplating the beauty of a flower, as an infinitesimal expression of Krishna’s own beauty, opulence and expertise. The second and third pictures show Strelizia Reginae, also called bird of paradise due to … Continue reading

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“Pada-Yatra, INDIA. One of the best times of my life.”

Kardama Muni Prabhu gives a glowing comment on Pada-Yatra in India. “My time with Pada-Yatra in India was one of the best times in my life.” Mooloola, The land of the Queen (Queensland) February 10th 2022.

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SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES 2020-2021 FOR ACNC ANUAL INFO STATEMENT.

After 37 years of service all around this great country of Australia, in systematically distributing the books of Swami A.C. Bhaktivedanta, the founder of ISKCON or Hare Krishna movement, such as Bhagavad Gita As It Is, Srimad Bhagavatam, Caitanya Caritamrita, … Continue reading

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Prabhupada quote of the day.

“European and American civilisations will be finished on account of this sinful activity of killing the cows.” 750531let.Kirtanananda

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SOME T-SHIRTS PROCLAIM THAT THE FUTURE IS FEMININE. “Le future est feminin.”

This lady is definitely chanting very loudly HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE HARE RAMA HARE RAMA RAMA RAMA HARE HARE and calling all others to do so as well. Thank you very much! The combined sound vibration … Continue reading

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IMHO, the best method to become acquainted and assimilate Srila Prabhupada’s vast and powerful Vani is to become a Prabhupada scribe.

For scribe my I-dictionary gives: scribe | skrʌɪb | noun 1. historical a person who copies out documents, especially one employed to do this before printing was invented. • informal, often humorous a writer, especially a journalist.  2. historical a Jewish recordkeeper or, later, a professional theologian and jurist.  We need only four things: … Continue reading

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KRISHNA-CENTRED (or GOD-CENTRED) or self-centred, a world of difference.

Maleny, Qld. Australia. January 27th 2022 Q: Hello, what kind of plant do you carry in your vehicle? A: This a specimen of Holy Basil. In the Hare Krishna movement we call it also Tulasi Maharani or Tulasi Devi Q: … Continue reading

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ALLAHU AKBAR!

The Takbir (تَكْبِير, pronounced [tak.biːr], “magnification [of God]”)[a] is the name for the Arabic phrase ʾAllāhu ʾakbaru (ٱللَّٰهُ أَكْبَرُ, pronounced [ʔaɫ.ɫaː.hu ʔak.baru] (listen)), meaning “Allah (God) is the greatest”.[1][2] It is a common Arabic expression, used in various contexts by Muslims and Arabs around the world: in formal Salah (prayer),[2] in the Adhan(Islamic call to prayer),[3] as an informal … Continue reading

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