Girls’ Education in Vrindavan
June 29, 2017 – 12:33 am | No Comment

Originally published at Vrindavan Today.
On June 15th, Marie Avgeropoulos, a renowned actress and one of the stars of the popular Emmy-nominated sci-fi series “The 100” hosted an event to benefit Food for Life Vrindavan in Los …

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Swami B.V. Tripurari on Devotional Reading and Submissive Hearing
March 11, 2017 – 12:33 am | One Comment
Swami B.V. Tripurari on Devotional Reading and Submissive Hearing

The Vaisnavas want us to read the Bhagavatam, but we should be reading it with the view to apply ourselves in service.

Our Prospect is Through Gaura Lila
March 9, 2017 – 12:30 am | One Comment
Our Prospect is Through Gaura Lila

As much as we are able to connect ourselves with Gaura lila, automatically we find that without any trouble we are already present in Krishna lila.

Physics, Biology, and the Multiverse
March 6, 2017 – 12:33 am | 3 Comments
Physics, Biology, and the Multiverse

The multiple universe argument is very much similar to the argument establishing evolution by natural selection as the centerpiece of biology.

The End of Philosophy
March 2, 2017 – 12:33 am | 13 Comments
The End of Philosophy

Many perennialists consider the terms “sanatana dharma” and perennialism to be synonymous – and conclude that all wisdom traditions end with eternal being. This pause is where Gaudiya Vedanta offers a second wind.