Hari Om SKANDHA IV. CHAP. 8-12. (From the Bhagavata Purana) Uttânapâda is one of the sons of the First Manu. Uttânapâda means "with uplifted foot". This perhaps refers to the period when the Jiva, having still the spiritual element strong in him, was not fixed in the course of material descent, but had one foot … Continue reading THE STORY OF DHRUVA — From the Bhagavata Purana
Hari Om After Sri Rama’s return to his kingdom from exile, some sages started arguing about the superiority of The Lord’s Name over The Lord Himself. Different sages gave different opinions , yet they were not able to come to any decisive conclusion, so they as usual approached Sage Narada. Sage Narada did not solve … Continue reading Who is Greater – Lord Almighty or His Divine Name?
(As narrated in the Srimad Bhagawad Purana) This interesting narrative offers us a glimpse of how we can discover good even in the darkest of times. It is narrated in the Shrimad Bhagawad Purana. This Purana begins by telling us the story of a woman named Bhakti and her sons, Gyaan and Vairagya. It was … Continue reading The value of Bhakti