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This illustrates the story from the Mahabharata where Draupadi, this wife of the Pandava brothers, prays to Lord Krishna for help and is saved by His making the cloth of her sari endless so she can not be humiliated.

This illustrates the story from the Mahabharata where Draupadi, this wife of the Pandava brothers, prays to Lord Krishna for help and is saved by His making the cloth of her sari endless so she can not be humiliated.

I am one. I am the beginning and I am the end. I am Krishna.  The pictures…

I am one. I am the beginning and I am the end. I am Krishna. The pictures…

Bal Shri Krishna would oftentimes fake being weak when Yashoda Maa asked Him to…

Bal Shri Krishna would oftentimes fake being weak when Yashoda Maa asked Him to…

Radharanis Lotusfeet. My only shelter is Sri Radhika's lotus feet which I yearn to worship with love and devotion. These lotus feet of Srimati Radhika are painted by Krsna's soft fingers with a feather dipped in the most fragrant red-colored juice. The gopis follow Krsna's example and worship the same feet for the happiness of all living entities. These feet are glorified in the Upanisads, and are found in the depth of the hearts of pure devotees.

Radharanis Lotusfeet. My only shelter is Sri Radhika's lotus feet which I yearn to worship with love and devotion. These lotus feet of Srimati Radhika are painted by Krsna's soft fingers with a feather dipped in the most fragrant red-colored juice. The gopis follow Krsna's example and worship the same feet for the happiness of all living entities. These feet are glorified in the Upanisads, and are found in the depth of the hearts of pure devotees.

Looks an awful lot like the Christmas manger scene, doesn't it? ;) <3 And we wonder how some of the oldest religious influence others

Looks an awful lot like the Christmas manger scene, doesn't it? ;) <3 And we wonder how some of the oldest religious influence others

MAY 13. Lord Narasimha: 9 Forms Ugra-Narasimha – in a ferocious form. Santha Narasimha - in a pacified serene mood. Vira Narasimha - in a fighting form. Prahlada Narasimha – with Prahlada. Sayana Narasimha - Reclining position. Yoga Narasimha – in yogic posture. Aghora Narasimha – personification of His power of dissolution. Sudarshana Narasimha - In the Sudarshana Chakra. Lakshmi Narasima – with his divine consort, Lakshmi

MAY 13. Lord Narasimha: 9 Forms Ugra-Narasimha – in a ferocious form. Santha Narasimha - in a pacified serene mood. Vira Narasimha - in a fighting form. Prahlada Narasimha – with Prahlada. Sayana Narasimha - Reclining position. Yoga Narasimha – in yogic posture. Aghora Narasimha – personification of His power of dissolution. Sudarshana Narasimha - In the Sudarshana Chakra. Lakshmi Narasima – with his divine consort, Lakshmi

By Urmila Devi Dasi The happiness of bhakti is very hard to understand. Generally in the world we take “happiness” as being satisfaction for our body, mind, or both: pleasure of the senses, pleasin…

By Urmila Devi Dasi The happiness of bhakti is very hard to understand. Generally in the world we take “happiness” as being satisfaction for our body, mind, or both: pleasure of the senses, pleasin…

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