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In Chapter 17, Krishna repeats his teaching of the gunas. He then explains OM TAT SAT to us: ‘OM TAT SAT: these three words designate Brahman, by whom the seers, the Vedas and the sacrificial rites were created in ancient times. 138 more words


Decoding Krishna

An Avatar of MahaVishnu. Krishna remains as the most intriguing, versatile personality humanity ever saw. A King, lover, husband, musician, politician, warrior, wrestler.  Krishna was everything. 1,670 more words


Sri Radhika - the Harmonist

THE acme of Divine conception is centered in the all loving Krsna along with Sri Radhika. Radhika is the highest transcendental embodiment of grace, softness and selfless love. 912 more words


On War and Peace

I’m reminded so often in these difficult days of crazy-makers running amuck on the world stage of the battle at the heart of the Bhagavad Gita. 2,074 more words


Krishna reassures Arjuna

Krishna reassures Arjuna in this way: ‘The birthright of the divine nature leads to liberation. The birthright of the demonic nature leads to greater bondage. But you need not fear, Arjuna, your birthright is divine.’ 45 more words