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Vanity thought #1438. Tulabhara

A perfect example of left-hand right-hand dichotomy among Kṛṣṇa’s devotees is between Rukmiṇī and Satyabhāmā in Dvārakā. As it happened, I came across a story of tulabhāra, quite unexpectedly, and I thought it was a god given boon. 1,441 more words


Lord Brahma visits Krishna in Dvaraka

In the story, Krishna first responds to Brahma’s request to see Him by having His secretary ask,

“Which Brahma wishes to see Me?”

Brahma later begins his conversation with Krishna by asking why Krishna made this inquiry: 530 more words


Narada Muni Visits Lord Krsna in Dvaraka

This chapter relates how Narada Muni was amazed to see the household pastimes of Lord Sri Krsna, and how he offered prayers to the Lord. 418 more words


Death by Mimicry

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Jain documents say that in every era, there is a hero called Vasudeva who defeats a villain called Prati-Vasudeva. One such Vasudeva was… 841 more words


Krishnavatara Book 4: Book of Bhima

The Book of Bhima is my favourite one in the whole series. In this book, you get a closer glimpse of the Five Brothers and their life in Hastinapura. 326 more words


Everyone is Eligible for the Supreme Destination Part II

Everyone is Eligible for the Supreme Destination Part II

This is a continuation from yesterdays post because as I continued my reading from Chapter Eleven entitled “Lord Kṛṣṇa’s Entrance into Dvārakā”, it became apparent that: 1,068 more words

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Lord Kṛṣṇa's Entrance in Dvaraka

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In one of our previous posts entitled “Lord Kṛṣṇa’s Transcendental Conchshell” we were describing Lord Krsna’s entrance in Dvarka. This post is a continuation from that chapter, describing the citizens presentation and prayers to the Lord. 2,687 more words

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada