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Paths are many, the Rishi’s call it by many names

One of the most common quotes I hear from Hindu’s is that we are all one, all the religions teach the same thing, and there is no difference between Hinduism and other religions. 1,458 more words

Understanding Hinduism

Chief Trouble Invitor

It’s been two days since he was last seen. He should have returned back now. I just hope he didn’t go too deep in the forest. 111 more words

The Churning Of The Ocean

Hello mortals! I’m back. Who am I? Of course, I’m your one and only, ‘The Fourth God‘.

Sometimes I feel sad for you people. 1,449 more words


The curious story of how a corpse confirms the wisdom of the Buddha

There are different accounts about the precise details of what occurred on the night that the Buddha achieved Nibbana One prominent description recounts the Buddha’s Nibbana in terms of the realisation of three special knowledges ( 1,026 more words


Book Review - The Guardians of the Halahala

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After the exciting thriller ‘The Karachi Deception’, Shatrujeet Nath is back with a completely different genre in the first book of his King Vikramaditya trilogy. 403 more words

Book Review

Siem Reap IV: Angkor Wat redux

As I mentioned in Siem Reap II, the visit to the National Museum spurred me to return to Angkor Wat. My intention was to view more of the murals that I missed the first time around. 319 more words


Bhagavad-gītā Lecture

I have always liked this story of the dis-robing of Draupadi, and how she was saved by Krsna supplying endless heaps of sari. The following lecture by Srila Prabhupada is a very nice description of the contest between good and evil, or pious or impious activities. 4,132 more words

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada