Vedic Planetary Systems
Take a look at this detailed diagram of the planetary systems in this extemely interesting presentation which has been compiled according to Vedic science, taken from the Holy Vedas.
Incarnations Of Godhead
Lord Caitanya explained to Sanatana Gosvami that the expansions of Lord Krsna who come to the material creation are called avataras. The word 'avatara' means 'one who descends' (from Sanskrit avatarati) and in this case the word specifically refers to one who descends from the spiritual sky.
Glories Of Gopi Chandana Tilak
Here you will find the text ' The Glories of Gopi Chandana Tilak' taken from Sri Garga Samhita. You will also find instructions and diagrams on how to apply Vaishnava tilak according to the directions of our sampradaya.
Vegetarianism VS Prasadam
Find out why the great Vaishnava Masters reccomend a Krishna Prasadam diet over a vegetarian, vegan or meat diet.
Demigods And Controlling Deities
"These different demigods, or directors, such as Candra, Varuna and Vayu, are called adhikari-devata. The demigods are departmental heads. The government of the Supreme Lord consists not only of one planet or two or three; there are millions of planets and millions of universes."
Our unique, individual relationship with the Lord is evoked by the perfection of devotional service. Unfortunately, in the present status of our conditioned life, we have not only forgotten the Lord, we have forgotten our eternal relationship with the Lord.
Srimati Radharanis Family Line
The family line of Srimati Radharani, made into a family tree diagram presentation.
When Lord Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, appears on earth, He performs extraordinary pastimes as a transcendental cowherd boy. As a child, Lord Krsna lived with His pure devotees in the village of Vrndavana, or Gokula.
Glories Of Tulsi Devi
Taken from the book “Gita-Mahatmya & Tulasi Devi Mahatmya of Padma Purana” by Krsna-dvaipayana-Vyasa.
Panch Samskara Pancharatriki / Vaishnava Diksha
Information on Panch Samskara Pancharatriki / Vaishnava Diksha and the meaning/significance behind the ceremony.