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Krishna's time with gopis and Bhagavad Gita verses 3.21-23

Rasa Lila is not for ordinary mortals. It is an example of madhur bhava. It is only people who have gone beyond all sexual feeling who can have such ecstatic love for God. The problem of teaching ...
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Krishna's time with gopis and Bhagavad Gita verses 3.21-23

From an ordinary state of consciousness its inexplicable and impossible to understand / comment on the state of Gopis(their plane of awareness). Unless one attains that superior State , it's ...
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What is the true meaning of Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities

Lord Krishna says Never consider yourself the cause of the results of your activities. It has very scientific meaning so read some examples here: Example 01 When you say, I work for 10 hours on the ...
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Summarized Srimada Bhagavad Geeta verses

Srimada Bhagvad Geeta, and for that matter any sacred scriptures need to be studied in detail, and understood, and assimilated under the aegis of a qualified preceptor. To believe that one may ...
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How valid are these words of Arjuna in discouraging inter-caste marriages of 'contemporary' times?

Arjuna's statement is invalidated by Krishna's definition of Varnashram dharma. According to the aptitudes resulting from the dispositions of Nature (gunas) and works (karma), the social order of ...
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