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Radhanath Swami describes the pastimes of Nimai Pandit (Day 4), Karthik yatra at Mayapur

“All glories, All glories to Lord Jagannath, the dear son of Jagannath Mishra and Sachi Devi. All the three worlds offer prayers unto His lotus feet. In Nilachala He holds the conch shell, disk, club and lotus flower, while in…

Radhanath Swami speaks of the pastimes of Vishwambhar, Karthik Yatra at Mayapur, (Day 3)

Hare Krishna! The Srimad Bhagavatam tells that in Sri Vrindavan Dham all the seasons simultaneously existed to give pleasure to Sri Krishna and the Brijwasis. Navadwip is non- different than Vrindavan Dham so we all happily experienced many different seasons…

Radhanath Swami speaks about the sweet childhood pastimes of Nimai and Krishna (Day 2), Karthik Yatra at Mayapur

Empowered by the strength of our Srila Prabhupada and the previous Acharyas, we are gathered together in Sri Navadwip Dham. Kaliyuga is a time that is especially predominated by the tendency of quarrel and hypocrisy. Quarrel, is so often rooted…

Radhanath Swami sets the mood for Karthik Yatra at Mayapur (Day 1), 2017

­­ Srila Prabhupada’s visit to Mayapur before boarding the Jaladuta Hare Krishna! Welcome to Sri Dham Mayapur. His Divine Grace AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada just before boarding the Jaladuta, that old cargo ship that was about to sail from Calcutta…

95-002 ‘The Story of Dronacarya (SB 1.7.15)’ by HH Radhanath Swami, in Mumbai

mātā śiśūnāḿ nidhanaḿ sutānāḿ niśamya ghoraḿ paritapyamānā tadārudad vāṣpa-kalākulākṣī tāḿ sāntvayann āha kirīṭamālī (SB 1.7.15) Translation Draupadī, the mother of the five children of the Pāṇḍavas, after hearing of the massacre of her sons, began to cry in distress with…

94-001 'Unalloyed Devotional Service (SB 3.29.10)' by HH Radhanath Swami, in Mayapur

karma-nirhäram uddiçya parasmin vä tad-arpaëam yajed yañöavyam iti vä påthag-bhävaù sa sättvikaù   Synonyms karma—fruitive activities; nirhäram—freeing himself from; uddiçya—with the purpose of; parasmin—to the Supreme Personality of Godhead; vä—or; tat-arpaëam—offering the result of activities; yajet—may worship; yañöavyam—to be worshiped;…