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Sunday feast lecture on Bhagavad-gita Chapter 7, Text 1 given by Subhag Swami.
The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: Now hear, O son of Pritha, how by practicing yoga in full consciousness of Me, with mind attached to Me, you can know Me in full, free from doubt.
In this Seventh Chapter of Bhagavad-gita, the nature of Krishna consciousness is fully described. Krishna is full in all opulences, and how He manifests such opulences is described herein. Also, four kinds of fortunate people who become attached to Krishna and four kinds of unfortunate people who never take to Krishna are described in this chapter.
In the first six chapters of Bhagavad-gita, the living entity has been described as nonmaterial spirit soul capable of elevating himself to self-realization by different types of yogas. At the end of the Sixth Chapter, it has been clearly stated that the steady concentration of the mind upon Krishna, or in other words Krishna consciousness, is the highest form of all yoga. By concentrating one's mind upon Krishna, one is able to know the Absolute Truth completely, but not otherwise. Impersonal brahmajyoti or localized Paramatma realization is not perfect knowledge of the Absolute Truth, because it is partial. Full and scientific knowledge is Krishna, and everything is revealed to the person in Krishna consciousness. In complete Krishna consciousness one knows that Krishna is ultimate knowledge beyond any doubts. Different types of yoga are only steppingstones on the path of Krishna consciousness. One who takes directly to Krishna consciousness automatically knows about brahmajyoti and Paramatma in full. By practice of Krishna consciousness yoga, one can know everything in full -- namely the Absolute Truth, the living entities, the material nature, and their manifestations with paraphernalia.
One should therefore begin yoga practice as directed in the last verse of the Sixth Chapter. Concentration of the mind upon Krishna the Supreme is made possible by prescribed devotional service in nine different forms, of which sravanam is the first and most important. The Lord therefore says to Arjuna, tac chrinu, or "Hear from Me." No one can be a greater authority than Krishna, and therefore by hearing from Him one receives the greatest opportunity to become a perfectly Krishna conscious person. One has therefore to learn from Krishna directly or from a pure devotee of Krishna -- and not from a nondevotee upstart, puffed up with academic education.
In the Srimad-Bhagavatam this process of understanding Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Absolute Truth, is described in the Second Chapter of the First Canto as follows:
"To hear about Krishna from Vedic literatures, or to hear from Him directly through the Bhagavad-gita, is itself righteous activity. And for one who hears about Krishna, Lord Krishna, who is dwelling in everyone's heart, acts as a best-wishing friend and purifies the devotee who constantly engages in hearing of Him. In this way, a devotee naturally develops his dormant transcendental knowledge. As he hears more about Krishna from the Bhagavatam and from the devotees, he becomes fixed in the devotional service of the Lord. By development of devotional service one becomes freed from the modes of passion and ignorance, and thus material lusts and avarice are diminished. When these impurities are wiped away, the candidate remains steady in his position of pure goodness, becomes enlivened by devotional service and understands the science of God perfectly. Thus bhakti-yoga severs the hard knot of material affection and enables one to come at once to the stage of asamsayam-samagram, understanding of the Supreme Absolute Truth Personality of Godhead." (Bhag. 1.2.17-21)
Therefore only by hearing from Krishna or from His devotee in Krishna consciousness can one understand the science of Krishna.
Download: 2010-08-01 - Lecture - Subhag Swami - BG Chapter 7 - Sunday Feast.mp3
What am I trying to do?
Sandra from Christchurch, New Zealand wrote me yesterday: "Hello Kurma, do you have any secrets for making chips that are crisp outside and soft inside? I love your website by the way."
My reply: "Thanks Sandra. I receive a lot of letters on this subject. Here's the step-by-step process":
Step One Begin by choosing the right kind of potatoes. This is the most important step. In different countries the ideal chip potato has different names. The best potato for chips should be neither too watery nor too high in sugar, which respectively give it a crispy texture and a light golden colour. In Australia, many feel Bintjes are the best, in UK it's King Edward. Not sure about USA. Or New Zealand for that matter. But you get the picture. Whatever the name, choose a floury potato.
Step Two Peel the potatoes, slice, and cut the slices into even batons. In different countries, the preferred chips can be thin or thick. Again, it's a matter of taste.
Step Three Once you have cut the chips you should rinse them thoroughly to remove the excess starch. Pat them dry with a clean tea towel or paper towel. Some even soak them in water first, before rinsing. Either way, they must be completely dried.
Step Four This step is called blanching; the chips are fried at 160°C (some prefer 170°C) for 4-6 minutes and lifted out just as they start to colour. Make sure you use clean oil to fry in (sunflower is good as it has a high smoking point). Personally, I like ghee. It has an even higher smoking point, and tastes divine. Not cheap, but the very, very best, taste-wise. To assure the correct oil temperature: if you do not have a mini deep-fryer at home it's worth investing in a thermometer to take out the guesswork.
Step Five So we're frying the chips in batches, allowing the oil to recover its heat before submerging the next batch. Don't overcrowd. The chips will be cooked on the inside but not crisp. Crisping comes next.
Step Seven After the initial batches of chips are all fried and set aside, increase the oil temperature to 180-190°C.
Step Eight Cook the chips a second time, again in batches, allowing the oil to recover its heat in between batches.
Step Nine Continue to fry until the chips have a nice crispy golden exterior.
Step Ten Drain on some paper towel, lightly season with sea salt and serve immediately.
Namamrta by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:
By constantly chanting the maha-mantra, one makes progress in spiritual life and ultimately sees Krishna face to face:
"Srila Sridhara Svami quotes that to do what is good and to reject what is not good is called mangala, or auspicious. To do what is good means to accept everything favorable to the discharge of devotional service, and to reject what is not good means to reject everything not favorable for discharging devotional service. In our Krishna consciousness movement, we accept this principle by rejecting four prohibited items, namely illicit sex life, intoxication, gambling and flesh-eating, and accepting the daily chanting of at least sixteen rounds of the Hare Krishna maha-mantra and daily meditation three times a day by chanting the Gayatri mantra. In this way one can keep his brahminical culture and spiritual strength intact. By following these principles of devotional service, strictly chanting twenty-four hours a day the maha-mantra—Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare/ Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare—one makes positive progress in spiritual life and ultimately becomes completely fit to see the Supreme Personality of Godhead face to face. Because the ultimate goal of studying or understanding the Vedic knowledge is to find Krishna, one who follows the Vedic principles as described above can from the very beginning see all the features of Lord Krishna, the Absolute Truth, very distinctly, as one can see one’s own face completely reflected in a clear mirror." (Srimad-Bhagavatam 4.21.42, purport)
The Lord reveals Himself to the offenseless chanter:
Chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra is the easiest process of meditation in this age. As soon as one chants the Hare Krishna mantra, he sees the forms of Krishna, Rama and Their energies, and that is the perfect stage of trance. One should not artificially try to see the form of the Lord while chanting Hare Krishna, but when the chanting is performed offenselessly the Lord will automatically reveal Himself to the view of the chanter. The chanter, therefore, has to concentrate on hearing the vibration, and without extra endeavor on his part, the Lord will automatically appear." (Srimad-Bhagavatam 4.8.53, purport)
Seeing Krishna is a very advanced stage of chanting the Hare Krishna mantra. One first has to concentrate on the hearing stage. In other places Prabhupada indicates that we should not overemphasize seeing, because it is only one of the senses and we should concentrate on hearing. But here he points out that hearing leads to seeing. In fact, he says, it will happen early in the chanting of the Hare Krishna. Of course, the arca-vigraha or Deity of Krishna gives us the chance to see the Lord, while we are chanting. But can see the original form of chanting Hare Krishna as a progressive stage in chanting the Hare Krishna mantra. From hearing next comes the quality of Krishna, then the form of Krishna and the pastimes of Krishna. Krishna wants us to see His form, and He wants us to be with Him. We should not be disappointed if we can not see Krishna right away, but should have confidence that this is a stage that will occur if we are determined and chant constantly. Seeing Krishna is a result of offenseless chanting which comes by attentive hearing of the transcendental sound vibration.
I slept the night through and woke at 1:30. I chanted my rounds quickly trying to reach the quota before it got too late. By 2:30 A.M. when Narayana came in I have chanted twelve rounds. My mind wondered to other topics and I had difficulty controlling it, I have persisted in the numerical count. From 2:30 to 3:30 A.M. I chanted my remaining rounds up to the sixteen ounds quota and chanted my gayatri mantra. Yesterday I spoke with a devotee who has stopped chanting his rounds. It was disturbing for me to hear this and I tried to encourage him but he was not inclined. At least I have this stage well under control by Krishna's grace, that without fail I chant my sixteen rounds daily. I hear of another devotee who is concentrating and achieving his sixteen rounds daily and that gave me encouragement. In the association of devotees we get encouraged or discouraged by hearing of performance of others. We should help each other by keeping to the standard.
Chanting sixteen rounds is
How come we expect to
One Hundred Prabhupada Poems, #36
You explained your success: "I never compromised
He lives in his books and in the
And so my dear master, you have gone
Prabhupada left in 1977,
This poem anticipates a
"Tell me what happened when
Embrace, of course.
"The main thing is I'm eager
"Stan is waiting. He's heard
The main thing is to get this done.
I'ven't got the uniform on exactly right, maybe
They hugged as a formality.
Prabhupada is the center
Prabhupada being carried
He can't go out like
"Lord, Lord, the universe is running." –
Far beyond the power of those
Don't overdue your seclusion
I turned at random to Srimad-Bhagavatam Canto One, Chapter 2, text 8:
"Duties [dharma] executed by men, regardless of occupation, are only so much useless labor if they do not provoke attraction for the message of the Supreme Lord." Materialists see their duties only in terms of the senses. Their occupational duties are limited to concentrated and extended selfishness. Concentrated selfishness is centers around the personal body as is seen in the lower animals. Human beings sometimes manifest extended selfishness centered around the family, society, nation and world. But even then they are seeking a higher standard of living for gross bodily comforts. Above them are philosophers and poets or people propagating some –ism with reference with mind and body. Above the mind and body is the spirit soul, without which the mind and body are null and void, but less intelligent people have no information about the needs of the soul.
Without knowing the needs of the soul a person cannot be satisfied performing his occupational duty. Prabhupada gives the example, "Simply by cleaning the cage of the bird one does not satisfy the bird. One must know the needs of the bird himself."
The soul wants to get out of the coverings of the material bondage and attain full freedom. That freedom and satisfaction is found only when he serves and ultimately meets Supreme Personality of Godhead. We have to engage ourselves in the duties that will evoke our dormant love for God. This is done by hearing and chanting, the divine activities of the Lord.
How important it to read Prabhupada's books and hear the science of bhakti and the glorification of the pastimes of the Lord. Without chanting an hearing our work is a waste of time. If we ignore sravanam kirtanam and work to titillate the senses and mind, we find a temporary pleasure (as well as misery), but it will all end with the death of the body. Eternal pleasure only comes in devotional service, which is personal and in relation with the Lord. Being attracted to hearing of his activities and qualities is the real purpose of education. It should be personally developed and spread widely.
Yesterday I wrote something about the time of death. Muktavanya just mentioned something about it to me on the walk. He was somewhat incoherent. He has had two hear death heart-attacks. He said something about the occasion forcing him to sum-up what kind of a devotee he was, and he concluded he wasn't very good. I said it will be up to Krishna's will what happens to us and where we will go after death. I suppose we have a part to play in this, however. We don't just lie passive. We cry out to Krishna to please help us to remember Him and remember Prabhupada. There is that verse in Sri Isopanisad where devotee asks the Lord, krato smara krtam smara – "please remember all that I have done for You." Prabhupada remarks that the Lord doesn't have to be reminded. He knows what we have done. We may pray for mercy, for leniency, for going back to Godhead. Bhagavad-gita tells us whatever we think of at the time of death, we go to that destination. So we definitely have a role to play at the end. We should try to hear Hare Krishna mantra and pray to the spiritual master. Ask to be forgiven for our sins. It's a time for action in the direction of surrender to Krishna, it is a serious time. Try not be pre-occupied with the physical pain that may be attendant with passing out of the body. Here I am giving advice to myself.
In the afternoon I have an appointment to speak with a devotee who has multiple sclerosis. I don't know how I can help her. Do you tell someone like that to think of Krishna, to chant Hare Krishna, to surround themselves with lectures and readings of Krishna and stay in the company of devotees? Do what's possible to keep your consciousness taking shelter of Him, as far as you know Him. Surround yourself with Krishna. Have faith in Him and in the soul, in the best next life. Ask her to master her faith. It is better to have faith than to be faithless. I am preaching to myself and anything I say to her; when you actually see your time running out, that makes it different than thinking about it at an apparent distance. You get more emotional. There is more chance of fear and hopelessness. Weird things, like resentment of God may pop-up. "I'm being treated unfairly. Why is this happening to me?" But there is a chance to improve your consciousness. You can feel closer to Krishna. You can place yourself at His feet. Bhakti-tirtha Maharaja kept on preaching in the positive spirit.
[Srila Prabhupada said:] "We must maintain an ideal institution. Not necessarily for everyone. But there must be such an ideal institution that the most intelligent men can avail themselves." [TKG comments:] These remarks would be well heeded by many of our Godbrothers who, in their zealousness to have everyone accept Krsna consciousness, end up compromising, thus endangering the ideal Society.
>>> Ref. VedaBase => TKG: June 10
Well, it was served last night. Tonight it will be “every man for himself leftovers.”
I’ve been enjoying the high capacity burners of my FiveStar range and, inspired by the tiny eggplant that grew in our pathetic, unfertilized garden, last night’s dinner had a certain standout. The flame roasted nightshades were delicious and very Tuscan/Bengali rustic.
Wrapping the vegetables-particularly the eggplant-in foil and then flaming allows for a steamed flesh with a charred and wilted exterior. No oil required. To make sure everything was well done, I baked the sliced vegetables for about 15 minutes with some salt. After removing from the oven, I drizzled the dish with a light touch of olive oil. Complete heaven.Okay. I was just going to include a link to this vid but when I saw the mullet, I had to embed the full hairstyle here. On my blog:
For anyone out there contemplating marble countertops. So do it! Acid schmacid. It’s stone. Who cares if it doesn’t look stay all shiny guido new like granite? Isn’t that why you like marble anyway?
Broccoli cheddar soup is out of my family’s normal eating zone. Son wouldn’t try it. He got a bye on that one since I know he is not a cheese fan. Daughter ate half a bowl and then declared she didn’t like it. Husband has yet to taste it, although the leftovers are running out so surely it will be on his menu tonite.
The recipe is from one of Kurma’s cookbooks and is simple and straight forward. I didn’t have a lot of cheese so I used a dash of turmeric and nutritional yeast to amplify the effects of what was in my larder. Also, milk. Ooops. I was all out. Meant to get some, but the boy was home sick so that didn’t happen. I had vanilla scented whey (thankfully it didn’t add any vanilla scent to the finished soup) and blended that with a quarter of a block of tofu to act as my milk sub. I used way more salt, black pepper and hing than the recipe called for, but I do that with most recipes. And parsley. The only herb still growing in my garden is oregano.
My son ate three pizza rolls! The rolls were inspired by my friend Kalindi in NC, who’s version is less bready. I will try to approximate that tonite since I need to have a snack on hand for my soccer team tomorrow.
Hope everyone has a delicious evening!
Today is the 60th birthday of one of my daughter’s teachers, Ms. Kathleen. I really like Ms. Kathleen. She makes the kids eat their lunches, even if they don’t care for something. Not only has my daughter reported this, but these accounts have been confirmed by my son, who also had Ms. Kathleen as a teacher last year.
I like Ms. Kathleen, but what to get the woman who has everything? I mean, she already has the honor of spending 6 hours a day with my child! What more could she need?
Ms. Kathleen gives little hints through her wardrobe about the kind of woman she is. And that kind of woman is rock n’ roll. Boots. Pants that lace. Long hair. Blouses that billow in a peasant-top kind of way. Inside this kindergarten teacher is a real wild child. So I decided to make a spicy peach jam with nearby Georgia peaches to honor both her sugar and her spice.
I flavored the jam with lots of chili and ginger with some garam masala, cinnamon, hing, cumin seed and turmeric thrown in. Oh, and of course, sugar. And salt.
I have no idea if Ms. Kathleen likes her jam on the hot side, but this spread would really compliment grilled tofu, lettuce and tomato on a crusty bread. As shown below, this jam even works with sweet cakes, although I wouldn’t surprise anyone with it. I had a sample with some buckwheat spice cake and, I promise, it wasn’t bad. The sandwich idea is better.
You asked for it. Yes, you! From Moundsville, West Virginia. And here it is. Eggless Banana Cake Donut Recipe. If you are vegan, this is easily veganizeable.
Here are some preliminaries. Fry in ghee. Heat your ghee to 350 degrees. Seriously. Fry a few minutes on either side. Nice with a glaze of powder shoog and water.
Ingredients (mix it up like pasta primavera….okay, that’s a Beastie Boys reference. Nevermind):
2 mashed bananas (approx 3/4-1 cup)
5 cup AP flour
1 tablespoon bake pwdr
1 tspn bake soda
pinch o’ salt
1/2 tspn powdered ginger
1 tspn cinnamon
1/4 c soft butter
1 c shoogar
1/2 c milk
1.5 tspn vanilla extract
Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and chill for an hour. Roll out dough with some flour on clean work surface and cut with round cutter. Stick your finger in the middle to make a hole! Fry. Cool. Dip in glaze.
We are currently celebrating the Maha-Mantra week at ISKCON Toronto! This festival celebrates the arrival of Srila Prabhupada to the west in 1965. This was a very significant movement as his arrival to the US began the Hare Krishna movement which began at a small storefront in New York and today has grown to numerous temples around the world.
On the final day of the Japa Retreat, Sacinandana Swami sums up the benefits of the Retreat.
Falsification or falsifiability is a theory popularized by Karl Popper. The theory fundamentally asserts that it is logically possible that a statement or theory can be shown false through observation or experiment. In other words, what it means is that if an idea or theory is indeed false, then that falsehood should be demonstrated. Till then, Popper concludes, the particular idea is considered scientifically valid.
1. The Governor starts to intervene, but reflects upon the movie “Bambi”
2. He calls animal control. Animal Control captures the coyote and bills the
3. He calls a veterinarian. The vet collects the dead dog and bills the State
4. The Governor goes to hospital and spends $3,500 getting checked for
5. The running trail gets shut down for 6 months while Fish & Game conducts
6. The Governor spends $50,000 in state funds implementing a “coyote
7. The State Legislature spends $2 million to study how to better treat rabies
8. The Governor’s security agent is fired for not stopping the attack. State spends
9. PETA protests the coyote’s relocation and files a $5 million suit against the State.
The Governor of West Virginia is jogging with his dog along a nature trail. A Coyote
1. The Governor shoots the coyote with his State-issued pistol and keeps jogging.
2. The Buzzards eat the dead coyote.
And that’s why California is broke.
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Start the winter off with 24 Hours of non-stop Mahamantra chanting in the hills of West Virginia. In the same mood and manner as the big summer kirtan, Mantralogy is happy to help produce the Kartik 24 Hour Kirtan.
This event is in memorial of Sri Aindra Prabhu, the leader of the 24 Hour Kirtan in Vrindavan India, who recently left this world unexpectedly. Profits after expenses will be donated towards the 24 Hour Kirtan in Vrindavan.
Tickets are $40 per person advanced / $50 at the door.
Here is another opportunity for kirtan:
New Vrindaban will be participating in 108 Hours Global Kirtan – Tribute to H. G. Aindra Das from 2nd of Oct. to 6th Oct. 2010. The organizers of 108 Hours global kirtan have allotted 1 hour time slot from 7.30pm to 8.30 pm to New Vrindaban to have kirtan.
We will be doing kirtan in the temple room which will be live broadcast globally. We have to send list of devotees participating in the kirtan event to the organizers soon thus we need to have names of the devotees who want to sing and participate.
You are invited to participate in this event. Please submit your names to Rupanuga Prabhu or me.
In case you haven’t been following all the thunderous tweeting and other assorted frenzied text messaging hubbub surrounding this latest Hot Internet Newsworthy Item, Ekendra dasa has relocated his wildly popular blog, “Now You’re In Trouble” to a different URL, which is simply “ekendradasa.com.”
Those who have been faithfully and breathlessly following the incalculably valuable inner life revelations of Ekendra dasa will now be able to continue to do so MINUS all the un-asked-for, un-welcome, un-helpful, and otherwise incomprehensible “improvements” which WordPress.com has recently “improved” its “free” blogs with, such as posting graphic links to videos which have dust to do with the blog page they appear on, and “conveniently” removing such archaic and clunky features from their blogs, such as “Archive Lists,” which used to serve the dubious function of directing readers to other posts on the blog they’re actually visiting.
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1965 September 22: "A slighly brown man in faded orange drapes wearing white bathing shoes stepped out of a compact car yesterday and into the Butler YMCA. He is A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swamiji, a messenger from India to the peoples of the West." [From the Butler Eagle, September 22, 1965]
1968 September 22: "Krishna is very kind on you, out of His good will He has come to you. It is very surprising. So please welcome the Deity and install Him in a nice throne. The more we are engaged in Deity worship, the more we become purified."
1969 September 22: "Perhaps you have seen in The Times of India about my London arrival. Now we have released one Hare Krishna album through Apple Records. So this Movement is gradually becoming very popular. Please pray to Lord Caitanya to help me in this great attempt."
1970 September 22: "What great men do, common man will follow. So if we want to actually be successful we must convince the influential men of your country, then everything will follow automatically. So I request you to take this matter very seriously."
1970 September 22: "I begged from His Holiness a little piece of land at Mayapur for my Western disciples, but he refused. Now they are loitering in the streets of Calcutta. Do you think it is right?"
1972 September 22: "I am pleased things are once again back to normal and you are very enthusiastic to spread our preaching work. Now concentrate your efforts by bringing our program to the highest standards and automatically you will make devotees there."
1972 September 22: "I am encouraged you all big men will do the needful by consulting together therefore I have called you there. Build a simple temple just like Govindaji's that is not so difficult."
1975 September 22: "I received a letter from Jayadvaita das regarding Upadesamrta. Regarding the corrections, these kind of changes are admissable. There is no harm. A dedication is not required. I am enclosing the introduction."
Whether an acquaintance dying of Alzheimers will benefit from her chanting Hare Krsna to him even if the person’s mind and intelligence are destroyed by the disease.
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By Giriraj Swami
Although Namacarya Haridasa Thakura chanted the holy name day and night, he also found time to read and hear scripture, and he discoursed on the glories of the holy name with reference to scripture. And although he was fully absorbed in chanting the holy name, he was affectionate to the devotees and always tried to help them
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- Manonatha dasa (feed)
- Manorama dasa (feed)
- Mayapur Katha Magazine (feed)
- Mayapur Online (feed)
- Mukunda Charan das, SA (feed)
- Nama Rasa das and Chaitanya das, New Jersey, USA (feed)
- Namahatta.org (feed)
- New Govardhana, Australia (feed)
- New Talavan Farm (feed)
- New Vrindavan Nectarflow (feed)
- New Vrndavan, USA (feed)
- Nitai Nam das, NZ (feed)
- Nitai das & Rasikananda das, USA (feed)
- Nityananda Sena, Melbourne, Australia (feed)
- On the Web (feed)
- Pandu das (feed)
- Parama Karuna dasa (feed)
- Partha-sarathi das, ISKCON Iraq (feed)
- Prahlad Wulf, Brisbane, AU (feed)
- Premavatar das (feed)
- Priya Gopal, USA (feed)
- Radha Priya dd, Austin, TX, USA (feed)
- Raivata das, Christchurch, NZ (feed)
- Ravindra Svarupa das, USA (feed)
- Rishi Shonpal (feed)
- Rupa Madhurya das, TX, USA (feed)
- Sankirtana das, USA (feed)
- Shyam Pandey, USA (feed)
- Sita-pati das (feed)
- Sita-pati dasa (feed)
- Spiritual Scientist (feed)
- Sri Nandanandana das (feed)
- Srila Prabhupada QOTD (feed)
- Srila Prabhupada's Letters (feed)
- Subuddhi Krishna dasa, Chicago, USA (feed)
- Sutapa das, BV Manor, UK (feed)
- Suvilasa dd, Brisbane, AU (feed)
- Syamesvari dd (feed)
- The Loft, Auckland (feed)
- Tirtharaj dasa (feed)
- Tracey, USA (feed)
- Tri-yuga das, AU (feed)
- Tulasi Priya dd, Alachua, USA (feed)
- Utah Krishnas (feed)
- Vasu Murti, USA (feed)
- Vidyapati dasa (feed)
- Visnu-maya devi dasi (feed)
- Vraja Dhama dasa (feed)
- Vrndavana Vinodini dd, Toronto, Canada (feed)
- Vyenkata Bhatta dasa (feed)
- Yogesvara das, USA (feed)
TABLA - FUENTES - FONTS
- inbenr11.ttf - 64 KB
- inbeno11.ttf - 12 KB
- inbeni11.ttf - 12 KB
- inbenb11.ttf - 66 KB
- indevr20.ttf - 53 KB
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