Sat-Tila Ekadasi


Sat-Tila Ekadasi Sat-Tila Ekadasi (Trisprisha Ekadasi) Sri Dalbhya Rishi said to Palastya Muni, "When the spirit soul comes in contact with the material energy, he immediately begins to perform sinful activities, such as stealing, killing, and illicit sex. He may even perform many other terrible deeds, such as killing a [...]

Sat-Tila Ekadasi2022-01-29T13:48:09+00:00

Srila Prabhupada Morning Walk


Srila Prabhupada Morning Walk October 16, 1975, Johannesburg Prabhupāda: Now, suppose that here is open field. There is... We are walking very nicely. And the downtown, congested city, that is not very nice. So at least, if I don't spoil my energy to make the place uncomfortable, if I save [...]

Srila Prabhupada Morning Walk2022-01-29T14:00:38+00:00

Saphala Ekadasi


Saphala Ekadasi Yudhisthira Maharaj said, "O my Dear Lord Sri Krishna, what is the name of that Ekadasi that occurs during the dark fortnight of the month of Pausha (December-January)? How is it observed, and which Deity is to be worshipped on that sacred day? Please narrate these details [...]

Saphala Ekadasi2021-12-30T15:54:54+00:00



Utpanna Ekadasi Suta Goswami said, "O learned brahmanas, long ago Lord Sri Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, explained the auspicious glories of Sri Ekadasi and the rules and regulations governing each observance of fasting on that holy day. O best of the brahmins, whosoever hears about the origins [...]




Gopastami sri-suka uvaca ittham sarat-svaccha-jalam padmakara-sugandhina nyavisad vayuna vatam sa-go-gopalako ‘cyutam (Srimad-Bhagavatam 10.21.1) “Sukadeva Gosvami said: ‘Thus the Vrndavana forest was filled with transparent autumnal waters and cooled by breezes perfumed with the fragrance of lotus flowers growing in the clear lakes. The infallible Lord, accompanied by His cows [...]




Diwali FIVE DAYS OF DIWALI Diwali is a five-day festival. Anecdotes from the Puranas abound for each of the days. Diwali can be observed by illuminating hundreds of candles in different parts of the temple and offering various preparations of food to the Deity. This ceremony was observed by [...]




Kartik The holy significance of Kartik month vrata One of the highest vratas - Kartik Month Kartik month which falls under the Dakshinayana period is regarded as the most pious month for sadahana or prayers. When the planet Sun enters in the sign of Tula, the lunar month of [...]


Parsva Ekadasi


Parsva Ekadasi Sri Yudhishthira Maharaja asked of Lord Sri Krishna, "What is the name of that Ekadasi that occurs during the light fortnight (shukla paksha) of the month of Bhadrapada (August-September "Hrishikesha mase") ? Who is the worshipable Deity for this Ekadasi, and what merit does one attain in [...]

Parsva Ekadasi2021-09-17T16:07:03+00:00

Putrada Ekadasi


Putrada Ekadasi Putrada Ekadasi (Pausha-shukla Ekaadasi) The pious and saintly Yudhisthira Maharaj said, “Oh Lord, You have so nicely explained to us the wonderful glories of the Saphalaa Ekadasi,which occurs during the dark fortnight (Krishna paksha) of the month of Pausha (December – January). Now please be merciful to [...]

Putrada Ekadasi2021-08-18T21:04:12+00:00

Sayana Ekadasi


Sayana Ekadasi The saintly king Yudhishthira Maharaj said, "Oh Keshava, what is the name of that Ekadasii that occurs during the light fortnight of the month of Ashadha (June - July)? Who is the worshipable Deity for the auspicious day, and what is the process for observing this event? [...]

Sayana Ekadasi2021-07-20T19:32:08+00:00
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