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Ekalavya Das Sannyasa Celebration on Gaura Purnima
By: Ekalavya Das - 9.4 2021 Ekalavya Das is a disciple of His Holiness Lokanath Swami and is scheduled to receive Sannyasa (the renounced order of life) on Gaura Purnima, March 28, 2021, in Sri Pandharpur Dham, India. Ekalavya Das was born in New York City in 1965, the same year that Srila Prabhupada came to New York to start the Krishna consciousness movement, ISKCON. Ekalavya Das will be the first ISKCON second-generation sannyasi from North America. Joining the movement as a full-time brahmachari (celibate...Read more...
Psychological Immunity and How to Measure it
Dr David Frawley - 9.4 2021   We all know the importance of physical immunity. This is our ability to resist disease, ward off pathogens, endure the dualities of heat and cold and seasonal changes, have physical strength and stamina, slow down the aging process and heal our bodies...Read more...
Yogic Pratyahara and Psychological Immunity
Dr David Frawley - 9.4 2021   Pratyahara Yoga What is the main Yoga practice we can do for developing our psychological immunity, emotional calm, and inner equipoise in these difficult times? First, we must note that the principles and practices of Yoga overall are about mastery...Read more...
Lord Shiva in Vedic Astrology
Dr David Frawley - 9.4 2021   Lord Shiva has a central yet complex role in Vedic astrology, associated with a number of planetary energies, though he has specific planetary associations. We will explore these from my years of research in Vedic texts and Shaivite Yoga. Shiva and the...Read more...
Middle Kingdoms of India, Part 46
BY: SUN STAFF - 9.4 2021 Somapura Mahavihara in Paharpur, Naogaon district, Bangladesh A serial presentation of India's great history, religious movements and temple architecture.   The Palas 'The Pala Empire was a Buddhist dynasty that ruled from the northeastern region...Read more...
Dhanuyatra of Bargarh: World's Biggest Open-Air Theatre
BY: SUN STAFF - 8.42021 An extraordinary festival celebrating Sri Krsna's pastimes with Kamsa, by Prabhukalyan Mohapatra. Dhanuyatra of Bargarh, the world's biggest open-air theatre, is unique in many respects. It is a theatre having the biggest assembly of actors that a play can...Read more...
Middle Kingdoms of India, Part 45
BY: SUN STAFF - 8.4 2021 Iron Pillar at Vishnupada Hill, Delhi A serial presentation of India's great history, religious movements and temple architecture. The Tanwars (Tomaras) The Tanwar dynasty flourished from the 8th to the 12th Century A.D. It ruled from Delhi under its first...Read more...
Gayatri and Sarasvati
BY: SUN STAFF - 8.4 2021 Srimati Gayatri A brief study of seventeen of the Lord's primary Administrators. Gayatri The Gayatri mantra has as its presiding deity, Savita (the divine originator), physically represented by the Sun, this mantra is also known as the Savitri mantra. The...Read more...
Middle Kingdoms of India, Part 44
BY: SUN STAFF - 8.4 2021 Modhera Sun Temple built by the Solankis A serial presentation of India's great history, religious movements and temple architecture. The Solankis The Solanki were worshippers of Lord Shiva. [58]The name 'Solanki' comes from Chalukya, another...Read more...
Mathura-mandala Parikrama, Part 31
BY: SUN STAFF - 8.4 2021 Sri Govardhan By Srila Narahari Chakravarti Thakur. Lord Nityananda's Pastimes at Shringara-vata, Part Five See this Brahma-kunda, which is very secluded and beautified by many creepers and plants. The glories of Brahma-kunda are described in the Puranas....Read more...
Atonement or Chanting the Holy Name
BY: SUN STAFF - 7.4 2021 Confession of Sins "Here the Visnudutas say that the Vedic scriptures recommend various means of atonement, by which a person may be delivered from the reactions of his sinful activities. In Christianity there is also a means of atonement. If a Catholic...Read more...

BY: SUN STAFF - 7.4 2021 Mandu Ruins A serial presentation of India's great history, religious movements and temple architecture. The Paramaras The Paramaras were an Indian dynasty...
BY: SUN STAFF - 7.4 2021 By Srila Narahari Chakravarti Thakur. Lord Nityananda's Pastimes at Shringara-vata, Part Four Amongst innumerable gopis, Shri Radhika is the topmost. She alone...
By Krishna Ragini Devi dasi - 7.4 2021 We all complain we don’t have enough time. So many schedules, so many deadlines, so many tasks to attend to, so many phone-calls to answer and make...
By Chandan Yatra Das - 7.4 2021 Shabari’s Caves at Hampi Dhama Kishkinda Ksetra Shabari was a tribal lady and had unflinching devotion for Lord Rama. She took the shelter of...
BY: SUN STAFF - 6.4 2021 The Kachwaha Fort at Amber, Rajasthan watercolor by William Simpson, c. 1860   Mar 30, 2021 — CANADA (SUN) — A serial presentation of India's...
BY: SUN STAFF - 6.4 2021 Painting from the collection of St. Petersburg Institute of Oriental Studies A brief study of seventeen of the Lord's primary Administrators.   Yamaraja...
By Khonika Gope-Kumar - 6.4 2021 “Every living entity, beginning from Brahma, the first-born living being within the material world, down to the insignificant ant, desires to relish some...
By Giriraj Swami - 6.4 2021 Srivasa Pandita is one of the members of the Pancha-tattva: sri-krsna-caitanya prabhu-nityananda sri-advaita gadadhara srivasa. Vedic authorities state that in...