Vrindavan, the village where Krishna lived. It is now a bustling town with some five thousand temples, mostly dedicated to Krishna.
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The Necter Glories of sri Vrindavan Dham ( Sataka 1, Text 1 ) Part - 1

Meditating on the lotus feet of Srimati Radharani and Sri Krishna,
(who echants the minds of all living entities with the sound of His
flute), offering myself at the dust of Lord Caitanya's lotus feet, and with
great respect offering obeisances to the great devotees of the Lord, who
are like so many oceans of transcendental virtue, I shall now, with great
delight, begin to glorify the transcendental opulences of Sri Vrindavana dhama.
[ By - Srila Prabodhananda Saraswati Swami ]

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    Simply by hearing
    about pure devotional service,
    a conditioned soul can easily
    free himself from
    all types of fear,
    and this transcendental
    freedom is certainly eternal.
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    A pure devotee of Krsna
    never considers himself exalted.
    He humbly feels that his
    devotional service is most imperfect
    but that somehow or other Krsna,
    out of His causeless mercy,
    is accepting such imperfect service.
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    The devotee of Krsna is merciful to everyone.
    He treats all living entities in such a way
    that they can ultimately get salvation
    from this material entanglement.
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    Although our present intelligence is narrow,
    being conditioned by the laws of nature,
    we can create unlimited good fortune
    for ourselves by taking shelter
    of the lotus feet of Krsna.
    We can learn to discriminate
    between that which is temporary
    and useless and
    that which is eternal and real.
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  • HARE KRISHNA

    PAMHO AGTSP,AGTGD
    My humble obeisances. Its my humble reauest to all vaisanvas please shower your mercy on me fallen soul.

    your pious feets dust

    chander parkash
    Dubai ,shayamadesh
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