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The Shelter of Caves, Part Three
BY: SUN STAFF - 27.3 2017 Entrance to Patel Bhuvanesvar    A study of famous caves in ancient Bharat. Patel Bhuvanesvar Patal Bhuvanesvar is a limestone cave temple complex situated 14 km. from Gangolihat, in the Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. Pithoragarh is in the Kumaon region of the western Himalayan Range. Located in the village of Bhuvanesvar, Patel Bhuvanesvar is not one cave, but rather a whole cave complex built by to the flow of water. It is said to be the abode of Lord Shiva and...Read more...
Dialectical Spiritualism: Immanuel Kant, Part 2
BY: SUN STAFF - 27.3 2017 Conversations wtih HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, excerpted from  Dialectical Spiritualism: A Vedic View of Western Philosophy. VII. GERMAN IDEALISM  Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) Hayagriva dasa: In Critique of Judgement, Kant writes: "...Read more...
Crossing the Border of Impersonalism
By Abhaya Mudra Dasi - 27.3 2017 Iron Lust into Golden Love Where does the border lie between impersonalism and personalism? Who is the guardian of that border and who permits crossing the border from the impersonal to the personal understanding of the Supreme Absolute Truth? He is the...Read more...
The Magnanimity of a Devotee
By Dwaipayan De - 27.3 2017 A devotee of the Supreme Lord is magnanimous and an inspiration to one and all. A devotee of the Lord is all-purifying and it is by great fortune that one comes to associate with him. Infact even a moment’s association with a Pure devotee of the Lord is...Read more...
Possessiveness, for a grihastha
By Radhanath Swami - 27.3 2017 According to the shastra, the way to counteract the very deeply strong tendency for possessiveness in the grihastha life is to giving charity to the Vaishnavas and the brahmans, to the mission of the guru. According to the shastra, the first fifty percent you...Read more...
Do we Overearn?
By Purushottam Nitai Das - 27.3 2017 A research published in the journal “Psychological Science” in June, 2014 shows people tend to accumulate more than they can consume. (source: https://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/05/business/you-cant-take-it-with-you-but-you-still-...Read more...
Blood transfusion
By editor - 24.3 2017 Blood transfusion, Blood and Organ Donation Guest (2): Are blood transfusions permissible, Swami? Paramahamsa: He says, "Are blood transfusions permissible?" When one is in an accident or cut and he loses blood, they take another man's blood and put it...Read more...
Question about nirvana
By editor - 24.3 2017 Q: Do you try to achieve nirvana? A: Definition of nirvana is given in SB 3.28.35-36: muktasrayam yarhi nirvisayam viraktam nirvanam rcchati manah sahasa yatharcih atmanam atra puruso 'vyavadhanam ekam anviksate pratinivrtta-guna-pravahah mukta-asrayam--...Read more...
Rules for Govardhan Parikrama
By editor - 24.3 2017 The Puranas say that Govardhan Hill was once 3 km (2 miles) high, 5,000 years ago, but because of the curse of Pulastya Muni, it is sinking by the distance of one sesame seed daily. At present, its highest point is only 25m (80 ft) high. The...Read more...
Lessons From The Fish
By Caitanya Carana Dasa - 24.3 2017 The Moment we turn away from Krishna our misery begins. The American Paradox: Spiritual Hunger in an Age of Plenty, by David G. Myers, is one among several books that use telling facts and revealing statistics to examine the reality behind the globally...Read more...
The Problem with the World
By Karnamrita dasa - 24.3 2017 The Problem with the World in Two Letters: MY The concept that we are not our bodies is considered a preliminary basic understanding for devotees, yet this conception has proved not so easy to put into practice. We can all look within ourself and at our...Read more...

By Vivek Tanna - 23.3 2017 Since the time of ancient Vedic civilization, the syllable “Om” has had a prominent place in Hindu philosophy.  Today, it can be found in many...
BY: SUN STAFF - 23.3 2017 Srila Vyasa's Cave, Managoan A study of famous caves in ancient Bharat. It is believed that it was in this cave that the great sage Vyasa Rishi composed the...
BY: SUN STAFF - 23.3 2017 Conversations wtih HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, excerpted from  Dialectical Spiritualism: A Vedic View of Western Philosophy. VII. GERMAN IDEALISM...
By Indradyumna Swami - 23.3 2017 Yesterday on parikrama with a group of devotees in Gokul, Vrindavan we passed by Karshni Ashram run by Sharanananda Ji Maharaja. When we noticed a small crowd...
By Madhava Smullen for ISKCON New Vrindaban Communications - 23.3 2017 Barn Ready, Rock Steady: Ananda Vidya and Lalita Gopi As residents and aficionados of ISKCON history know well, New...
By Larry Bleiberg, Special for USA TODAY - 22.3 2017 10 great places to celebrate the Hindu festival of Holi     If you’ve started to notice clouds of color every...
By Hindustan Times - 22.3 2017 Uttarakhand High Court Grants River Ganga Rights Equal to Humans The Uttarakhand High Court on Monday recognised river Ganga as the first living entity of...
By editor - 22.3 2017 The following conversation between His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and some of his disciples took place in July 1975 on an early-morning walk in...