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Causeless Mercy. Taking Siksa from Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja.

Mathura – May 29, 1993 Originally published by the Harikatha team The following is Part Two of one of numerous darsanas (informal meetings) held by Srila Narayana Gosvami Maharaja for some of the ISKCON gurus and other senior ISKCON devotees. This darsana took place on May 29, 1993, in Mathura.



THE INDOCHINESE PENINSULA AND ANCIENT VEDIC INDIA

Written by James Cooper “Indian art had accompanied Indian religion across straits and frontiers into Sri Lanka, Java, Cambodia, Siam, Burma, Tibet, Khotan, Turkestan, Mongolia, China, Korea and Japan. In Asia all roads lead from India.” Will Durant (1885-1981) American historian Observing the battlefield, the great emperor Ashoka surveyed the vanquished. For once his mind […]