Its group of Krishna lover in Delhi NCR, lets come together and chant. And a group trip to Vrindavan . And arranging kirtans for our load Krishna .
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  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/2103886:BlogPost:2859116

    Prem Ras Madira
    Kishore! Tore charanan ki bali Jaun. Oh, Kishoriji! I sacrifice my 'everything' on Your lotus-feet. Jin yuga-charanan arunima-upama, pachihari nahin…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/guru-2

    Guru
    Guru is the door to spiritual liberation, but it is the aspirant who has to enter it through niskama karma- righteous words, thoughts and actions per…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/prayer-to-god

    Prayer to God
    O Sustainer of the universe, O Commiserator of the afflicted, O Purifier of the fallen, O Almighty Lord, O Befriender of the meek, O Narayana, O Hari…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/offering-of-self-to-god

    Offering of Self to God
    The subject of self-offering to God should be critically analysed and examined. The word 'self' here means all the three bodies ( physical, subtle an…
  • https://iskcondesiretree.com/profiles/blogs/meditation-1

    Meditation
    Meditate on Sri Hari enjoying His repast in the company of cowherd-boys in a forest-bower on the banks of the Jamuna. He is seated cross-legged under…
  • Bhagavad Gita: chapter 2 Verse 18

    " Only the material body is perishable, the embodied soul within is indestructible, immeasurable and eternal. Therefore, fight, O descendent of Bharat."

  • Bhagavad Gita: chapter 2 Verse 15

    " O Arjun, noblest amongst men, that person who is not affected by happiness and distress, and remains steady in both, becomes eligible for  liberation."

  • Bhagavad Gita: chapter 2 Verse 14

    " O son of kunti, the contact between the senses and the sense objects gives rise to fleeting perceptions of happiness and distress. These are non-permanent, and come and go like the winter and summer seasons. O descendent of Bharat, one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed."

  • Hare Krishna!! i am from nearby delhi, looking for like minded devotee friends. 

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Hare Krishna to all Devotees, I have a request from all devotees to be more active in this group, this is the only way we will be able to connect and plan more activities to spread the awareness about almighty Lord Krishna and different initiatives started by ISKCON group. Please share your views and suggestions Hare Krishna!!!  

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B H A K T I (DEVOTIONAL SERVICE). part 7.

kṛṣṇa-bhakti — abhidheya, sarva-śāstre kayaataeva muni-gaṇa kariyāche niścayaA human being's activities should be centered only on devotional service to Lord Kṛṣṇa. That is the verdict of all Vedic literatures, and all saintly people have firmly concludeded this. (CC-2:22:5).'nitya-mukta' — nitya kṛṣṇa-caraṇe unmukha'kṛṣṇa-pāriṣada' nāma, bhuñje sevā-sukhaThose who are eternally liberated are always awake to Kṛṣṇa consciousness, and they render transcendental loving service at the feet of Lord…

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B H A K T I (DEVOTIONAL SERVICE). part 6.

In many places devotional service has been compared to a creeper.One has to sow the seed of the devotional creeper, bhakti-latā, within his heart.As he regularly hears and chants, the seed will fructify and gradually growinto a mature plant and then produce the fruit of devotional service,namely love of Godhead, which the gardener (mālā-kāra)can then enjoy without impediments. (Sri Caitanya Caritamrta).The Lord brought the desire tree of devotional service to this earth and becameits gardener.…

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Q. 181. WHO CAN SWIM IN THE OCEAN OF NECTAR ?

Q.  181.  WHO CAN SWIM IN THE OCEAN OF NECTAR ?A.   BY  SRILA  PRABHUPADA.yasya bhaktir bhagavatiharau niḥśreyaseśvarevikrīḍato 'mṛtāmbhodhaukiḿ kṣudraiḥ khātakodakaiḥSYNONYMSyasya — of whom; bhaktiḥ — devotional service; bhagavati — to the Supreme Personality of Godhead; harau — Lord Hari; niḥśreyasa-īśvare — the controller of the supreme perfection of life, or supreme liberation; vikrīḍataḥ — swimming or playing; amṛta-ambhodhau — in the ocean of nectar; kim — what is the use;kṣudraiḥ — with…

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