‘Spirituality’ Category

  1. Sanskrit Vedic Mantras In Buckingham Palace by English (British) Children

    August 14, 2013 by Radha

    Amazing! British children are saying Sanskrit Vedic Mantras with the correct Ucc?ra?a (Pronunciation). Now see, if British children can do this, why can’t Indian children do this? Why are Indian children not going with our Vedic culture and copying their culture? British people are very Intelligent are smart, cause they are teaching their children the BEST, which are Vedic Mantras. If a child knows these, they can do a lot good things in their life.

    I, am myself learning The Bhagvad Gita Shlokas, cause that’s the manual of life, just like when you buy a phone, you get a manual with it. Like that, The Gita is the manual and foundation of life. And of course, you don’t have to be a Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Jewish etc. to read it, anyone can read that book. Please visit www.TheGita.net for more info on Gita or Learning it.

    I would recommend every Child, Man and Woman to start learning Sanskrit Vedic Mantras & The Bhagvad Gita (as it is easy to understand and implement).


  2. face2face with Sri Sri

    June 24, 2013 by Radha


  3. We have little battles to fight……

    June 1, 2013 by Radha

    We have little battles to fight

    Choose between wrong or right

    This is our everyday plight

    Fight we must with all our might

    Fight what you may say

    That which pulls us the wrong way

    The wrong must be chased out

    Whether it is within or without

    Krishna give us the strength, determination….

    To follow your instructions


  4. Chinese style Krishna rap

    February 21, 2013 by Radha

    Chinese Style Krishna Rap !

     

    Hare krishna ! ?????????? !


  5. Check this out ! YO Krishna rap||

    February 20, 2013 by Radha

    <iframe width=”420″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/ZGx-j2ex4ik” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>

     

    Check out the video from –

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOmeO1tp_I8

    Lyrics:

    [Singer: Ram K.]
    Devaki Nandana, Radha Madhava
    Brindavana Vanamali
    Krishna Mohana, Madhava Kesava
    Madhusudana Vanamali

    [Verse 1: Vivek R]

    Ayyo, My soul is yearning, to ‘scape this pain that is burning
    calling Krishna’s grace when I wake up in the morning
    singing maha mantra just to rid me of my karma
    asking father whether I’ve fulfilled my own dharma
    but Kali Yuga avataram’s coming, no escape from
    or stopping the sinning, so I can’t run away from
    theres always a time you think of ending your life
    You try to find a new life so you sing to the night
    its a lone song spoken to God and thats peaceful
    does Krishna care enough, give hope to these people?
    but your faith’s getting tested, you wonder if He’s there
    are my prayers getting answered, does he even care?
    and you start to despair, I see the stressing in the air
    but there’ll never be a time where we’re never to exist
    its a cycle of death, this mortal body dismissed
    Man is made by belief. He believes, so he is, this is

    [Singer: Ram K.]
    Devaki Nandana, Radha Madhava
    Brindavana Vanamali
    Krishna Mohana, Madhava Kesava
    Madhusudana Vanamali
    Padma Hastham, Padma Nabham, Para Bramham Paramam
    Kamala Nayanam, Kamala Natham, Hare
    Krishnam Krishnam

    Krishna Nee Begane Baro

    [Verse 2: Ram K.]

    Five thousand years back, in the kurukshetra
    Krishna , you laid the path to liberation.
    Never submit to the maya of the senses
    A pure existence is in Krishna consciousness.
    Nineteen years passed, and Im wondering
    Wondering about this world that Im living in.
    Paramatma, show me the way to moksha
    And cleanse me from my misgivings and actions.
    I pray to you, with the highest devotion
    The strongest emotion, without hesitation.
    Vasudeva, where ever you are
    Listen to my prayers and please answer my call.
    Cuz Im on a search for the Ultimate Truth
    And my guider is you, the only Absolute Truth.

    [Singer: Ram K]

    [Verse 3: Vivek R]

    They say theres something between this sacred silence and bliss
    so you burn away my body just my soul exists
    but we’re puppets on strings playing material things
    being born as a beggar, the next day as a king
    O king of dharma Krishna only you know good action
    Karma biting my back this is actions reaction
    but living on this earth I finding it lacking compassion
    and evil factions wage war, quick to killing and action
    crusaders from the past replaced by modern invaders
    terrorists and cowards hide in caves and they hate us
    you really think God’s fine with killing and suicide
    mixed up in a melting pot, our paths to collide
    Hindus, Christians, Muslims, and Jews
    theres more in this life than what differ in views,
    so let us sing for our God and in this rap that I wrote
    Let’s praise his all til we drop, just his name from our throats, CMON

    [Singer: Ram K.]


  6. An Angel Visits Mary

    September 19, 2012 by Radha

    There was a girl named Mary who lived in a village called Nazareth.
    She was going to marry a carpenter named Joseph.
    Mary was a wonderful girl.One day, an angel  came to her.

    “Greetings.  The Lord is with  you!”  the angel said.  “You will have a son and you will name him Jesus.”
    Mary was so surprised.
    Mary knew that God had sent the angel to her.
    “How can this happen?”  Mary asked.
    The angel answered, “The Holy Spirit will make this happen.  Your child will be the son of God.”
    “Let it be done to me as God wishes,”  Mary said.

    Wow!

    Can you imagine that?
    What would you have done?

    What would you have said?

    Do you think Mary trusted God?

    Let’s pray:
    Dear God,
    Help me to trust you just as Mary did.
    Help me to know what you are saying to me.
    I ask this through Christ Our Lord.
    Amen

     


  7. Happy Krishna Janmashtami !!!

    August 10, 2012 by Radha

    Mor Mukut Peetambar Sajake Aaaye Krishna Kanhiya,

    Badi Mushkilo Ke Bad Pahuche Vasudev Paar Nadiya,

    Aana Pada Hai Bhagwan Vishnu Ko Baar Baar,

    Apni Leela Dikhane Aur Karne Manushiyo Ka Udhhaar,

    Jab Arjun Sukh Dukh Ki Maya Mein Bandh Gaya Tha,

    Tab Bhagwan Shri Krishna Ne Boli Thi Gita,

    Shri Krishna Sharnam Mamah Shri Krishna Sharnam Mamah  Gaate Chalo,

    Krishna Darshan To Denge Ye Tum Yaad Rakho.

    Krishna Janmashtami, also known as KrishnashtamiSaatam AathamGokulashtamiAshtami RohiniSrikrishna JayantiSree Jayanti or sometimes merely as Janmashtami, is a Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Krishna, an avatar of the god Vishnu.

    Krishna Janmashtami is observed on the Ashtami tithi, the eighth day of the dark half or Krishna Paksha of the month of Bhadra in the Hindu calendar, when the Rohini Nakshatrais ascendant. In 2010, the festival was celebrated on 1 September, and in 2011 on 22 August in North India and on 21 August in South Indian states like Kerala.

    Rasa lila, dramatic enactments of the life of Krishna, are a special feature in regions of Mathura and Vrindavan, and regions following Vaishnavism in Manipur. While the Rasa lilare-creates the flirtatious aspects of Krishna’s youthful days, the Dahi Handi celebrate God’s playful and mischievous side, where teams of young men form human pyramids to reach a high-hanging pot of butter and break it. This tradition, also known as uriadi, is a major event in Tamil Nadu on Gokulashtami.


  8. Lord Swaminarayan

    April 23, 2012 by Radha

    Lord Swaminarayan 

    Lord Swaminarayan  (3 April 1781 – 1 June 1830), also known as Sahajanand Swami, is the central figure in a modern sect of Hinduism known as the Swaminarayan Faith, a form of Vaishnavism.[2] Within the faith, Swaminarayan is equated with the Supreme Being, Purushottama, or is venerated as an incarnation of Narayana from the Nara-Narayana deity pair.

    Lord Swaminarayan was born Ghanshyam Pande in Chhapaiya, Uttar Pradesh, India in 1781. In 1792, he began a seven year pilgrimage across India, adopting the name Nilkanth Varni. He settled in the state of Gujarat around 1799. In 1800, he was initiated into the Uddhav Sampraday by his guru, Ramanand Swami, and was given the name Sahajanand Swami Maharaj. In 1802, his guru handed over the leadership of the Uddhav Sampraday to him before his death. Sahajanand Swami held a gathering and taught the Lord Swaminarayan mantra. From this point onwards, he was known as Bhagwan Swaminarayan and regarded as an incarnation of God by his followers. The Uddhav Sampraday became known as the Swaminarayan Sampraday.

    Lord Swaminarayan developed a good relationship with the British Imperial Government. He had followers not only from Hindu denominations, but also from Islam and Zoroastrianism. He built six temples in his lifetime and appointed 500 paramhansas to spread his philosophy. In 1826, Lord Swaminarayan wrote the Shikshapatri, a book of social principles. He died on 1 June 1830 and was cremated according to Hindu rites in Gadhada, Gujarat. Before his death, Lord Swaminarayan appointed his nephews as acharyas to head the two dioceses of Swaminarayan Sampraday.

    Lord Swaminarayan is also remembered within the faith for undertaking reforms for women and the poor, performing yagnas or fire sacrifices on a large scale as well as performing miracles. He has, however, been criticised by religious leaders such as Swami Dayananda who questioned the acceptance of Lord Swaminarayan as God. Lord Swaminarayan had an estimated 1.8 million followers when he died. Currently, his following is estimated between 5 and 20 million.


  9. Lord Bramha

    April 22, 2012 by Radha

    Lord Brahma

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

     

    The Creator of Life and the Vedas
    Devanagari ???????
    Sanskrit Transliteration Brahm?
    Tamil script ????????
    Tamil Transliteration Piramman
    Affiliation Deva (Trimurti)
    Abode Satyaloka (Brahmaloka), not to be confused with Brahmaloka-sanatana – abode of Brahman (Vishnu)
    Consort Saraswati
    Mount Hamsa (Swan or goose)

    Brahm? (Sanskrit: ???????; IAST:Brahm?) is the Hindu god (deva) of creation and one of the Trim?rti, the others being Vi??u and ?iva. According to the Brahm? Pur??a, he is the father of Manu, and from Manu all human beings are descended. In the R?m?ya?a and the Mah?bh?rata, he is often referred to as the progenitor or great grandsire of all human beings. He is not to be confused with the Supreme Cosmic Spirit in Hindu Ved?nta philosophy known as Brahm?n, which is genderless. Brahm?’s wife is Saraswati. Saraswati is also known by names such as S?vitri and G?yatri, and has taken different forms. Saraswati is the Vedic Goddess, revered as Vedam?ta, meaning Mother of the Vedas. Brahm? is often identified with Praj?pati, a Vedic deity.

     


  10. Lord Shiva

    April 16, 2012 by Radha

    Lord Shiva

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Shiva

    A statue depicting Shiva meditating, Shiva temple, Bengaluru
    Devanagari ???
    Sanskrit Transliteration ?iva
    Affiliation Mahadeva (Trimurti)
    Abode Mount Kail?sa[1]
    Mantra Om Namah Shivaya
    Weapon Trident snake foot (Trishula)
    Consort Shakti, Sati, Parvati, Kali, Durga, Chandi
    Mount Nandi (bull)
    This article contains Indic text. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks or boxes, misplaced vowels or missing conjuncts instead of Indic text.

    Shiva(play /???v?/; Sanskrit: ??? ?iva, meaning “auspicious one”) is a major Hindu deity, and is the destroyer of evil or transformer among the Trimurti, the Hindu Trinity of the primary aspects of the divine. Shiva is a yogi who has notice of everything that happens in the world and is the main aspect of life. Yet one with great power, he lives a life of a sage at Mount Kailash.[2] In the Shaiva tradition of Hinduism, Shiva is seen as the Supreme God and has five important works: creator, preserver, destroyer, concealer, and revealer (to bless). In the Smarta tradition, he is regarded as one of the five primary forms of God.[3] Followers of Hinduism who focus their worship upon Shiva are called Shaivites or Shaivas (Sanskrit ?aiva).[4] Shaivism, along with Vai??ava traditions that focus on Vishnu and ??kta traditions that focus on the goddess Shakti, is one of the most influential denominations in Hinduism.[3]

    Shiva is usually worshipped in the abstract form of Shiva linga. In images, he is represented as immersed in deep meditation or dancing the Tandava dance upon Apasmara, the demon of ignorance in his manifestation of Nataraja, the Lord of the dance. He is also the father of the deities Ganesha, Murugan (Kartikeya), and Ayyappan (Dharma Sastha).