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Name / Initiated name
Daily number of rounds of Hare Krishna mahamantra.
When, where and how did you come into contact with the Hare Krishna Movement?
1985, Bhaktivedanta manor, Hertfordshire
Name the nearest or most frequently Visited ISKCON temple/ centre and name few of the devotees whom you know.
Bhaktivedanta manor, Hertfordshire.
Please describe yourself so that other like minded devotees can find you.
Simple and cheerful home maker from India. I have three children. Two of them are married. I have two grandchildren. I like cooking. I do not like frivolous talk. I rather like deep and meaningful conversation. I do not postpone what I have to do. I take one day at a time and live it as if it is my last day. My Daily Sadhana are chanting, prayers and recitation of holy verses:- 1. CHANTING 16 ROUNDS HARE KRISHNA MANTRA. 2. THREE PRAYERS TO SHRIMATI RADHARANI. 3. ELEVEN OM PRAYERS FROM SHRIMAD BHAGAVATAM. 4. TWELVE NAMES OF LORD CHAITANYA. 5. TWELVE NAMES OF NITYANANDA PRABHU. 6. EIGHT PRAYERS TO GURUDEVA-THE GURVASTAKAM PRAYERS. 7. FIVE PRAYERS TO LORD JAGANNATHA. 8. TWO PRAYERS FROM SHRI VRINDAVANA MAHIMAMRTA. 9. TWO PRAYERS FROM MUKUNDA MALA STOTRA. 10. THREE PRAYERS FROM SHRI CHAITANYA CHARITAMRTA. 11. SIX PRAYERS FROM SHRI BRAHMA SAMHITA. 12. 30 VERSES FROM SHRI RADHA SAHASRA NAMA STOTRA. 13. THE EIGHT YUGALASHTAKAM PRAYERS. 14. 1OO PLUS VERSES FROM BHAGAVAD GITA. 15. 60 VERSES FROM SHRIMAD BHAGAVATAM. 16. 10 PRAYERS OF QUEEN KUNTI. 17. 5 PRAYERS FROM BHAGAVAD-GITA. 18. Krishna Katha- Morning Prayers. 19. Krishna Katha- Evening Prayers. My favourite book at this time of life is Sri Radha Sahasra Nama Stotra. As for cooking, I have accumulated 5 very good cook books over the years. 1. Vegetarian Cooking by Kurma Dasa. 2. The Art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking by Yamuna devi. 3. Great Vegetarian Dishes by kurma Dasa. 4. The Hare Krishna Book of Vegetarian Cooking by Adiraja Dasa. 5. Vegetarian World Food by Kurma Dasa. MESSAGE: If you wish, you can print out the prayers that I have added on Iskcon Desire Tree Network.Then cut them out nicely with their translations and attach them to a note book. You can also add pictures to them. So then you have all of them in one book, your prayer book, and read them in the Brahma muhurta hour, or any time during the day if you cannot read them early morning.
What are your expectations from this community?
I respect all devotess and their spiritual masters.
Describe any specific service you would love to offer to Lord Krishna & His devotees?
Obeisances and Prayers.
hare krsna mataji..thank u so much for ur enlivening words...
All Glories to Srila Prabhupada and Gurudeva
Thank you very much mataji for your inspiring words!
Manohar Krsna Das
ps. I was looking for a presentation on "Intro to Bhagavad-gita". If you know where its located, please send link or send email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I am trying to prepare one myself. see attachmentIntro2BG.pptx
Pranam mataji!Hare Krishna ! thank you !
Dandavat pranamas,Hare Krishna
All glories to Sri-Sri- Gaura Nitai,
Thank you for doing such a wonderful sri ganesha of my page, i m very much inspired by ur thoughts, hope u wold share such drops of necrar further too....
Hare Krishna Padmavati Mataji...Hari Bol !!!
Hare krishna Mataji Thanks for yr wonderful update very beautiful video
The mystic who passes away from this world during the smoke, the night, the moonless fortnight, or in the six months when the sun passes to the south, or who reaches the moon planet, again comes back. According to the Vedas, there are two ways of passing from this world—one in light and one in darkness. When one passes in light, he does not come back; but when one passes in darkness, he returns.” (Bg. 8.25–26) -Srila Prabhupada
Advance happy pongal
To my all Language Friends
For Kannada Friends Sankranthi Habbhada Subashiyagalu
Makar Sankranti (Hindi: & Sanskrit: मकर संक्रान्ति, Bengali: মকর সংক্রান্তি, Kannada: ಮಕರ ಸಂಕ್ರಾಂತಿ, Assamese: মকৰ সংক্রান্তি, Malayalam: മകര സാന്ക്രാന്തി, Oriya: ମକର ସଂକ୍ରାନ୍ତି, Tamil: தைப்பொங்கல், Telugu: మకర సంక్రాంతి, Marathi: मकर संक्रान्ति). Sankranti or Sankranthi marks the transition of the Sun into Makara rashi (Capricorn) on its celestial path. Traditionally, this has been one of many harvest days in India.
Owing to the vast geography and diversity of culture in India, this festival is celebrated for innumerable reasons and in innumerable ways depending on the climate, agricultural environment, cultural background and location. On this day children fly kites.
Mata ji Sadar Dandavt Pranam.......... Hare krishna Hare Rama, Happy Makar Sankarnti Mata ji.