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  • Hare Krishna,
    This message is to all my friends here. I will be proceeding to Vrindavan in october. May the wishes of all of you be fulfilled by the Lord, it is my desire to serve the devotees so I am going to pray for everyone when I am at Vrindavan. Jai Sri Krishna.
  • Hare Krishna,PAMHO AGTSP Mataji iam also inspired by HH Gopal Krishna Goswami Maharaj.So its nice to have a god sister in this network of all great devotees.Please bless me sothat i can become a dust particle of my guru lotus feet.
  • Hare Krishna...Dandavat Pranam...

    Jay Jay Sri Radhe...
  • Hare Krsna Vrindavan Lila Devi dasi, how are you ? I am SUNIL from HOLLAND and would like to be a good friend of you. Thank you. SUNILfromHOLLAND@Yahoo.Com
  • Dandvat at your lotus feet....
    Hare krishna Mataji,
  • Hare krsna Mataji,
    Thank you for adding me.
    Please accept my humble obeisances.
  • Hare Leela rani.
    n the storm of life we struggle through myriads of stimuli of pressure, stress, and muti-problems that seek for a solution and answer. We are so suppressed by the routine of this every life style that most of us seem helpless. However, if we look closely to ancient techniques we shall discover the magnificent way to understand and realize the ones around us and mostly ourselves. If only we could stop for a moment and allow this to happen. May all beings be happy (Loka Samastha Sukhino Bhavanthu)
  • Hare Krsna Mataji, Dandavats and Pranams!! Jai Sri Krishna!!
  • Hare Lila Rani.
    The Bhagavad-Gita, written thousands of years ago, enlightens us on all managerial techniques leading us towards a harmonious and blissful state of affairs in place of the conflict, tensions, poor productivity, absence of motivation and so on, common in most of Indian enterprises today – and probably in enterprises in many other countries.
    The modern (Western) management concepts of vision, leadership, motivation, excellence in work, achieving goals, giving work meaning, decision making and planning, are all discussed in the Bhagavad-Gita . There is one major difference. While Western management thought too often deals with problems at material, external and peripheral levels, the Bhagavad-Gita tackles the issues from the grass roots level of human thinking. Once the basic thinking of man is improved, it will automatically enhance the quality of his actions and their results.
  • Hare Krishna mataji.......Please accept my request.........
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