Audio Katha Gopal campu Gopal-campu, Uttara1.12.11 - Prabhuji, 24 Oct 2020

Gopal-campu, Uttara1.12.11 – Prabhuji, 24 Oct 2020

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When we adhere to the responsibilities ordained by the scriptures for these social and spiritual divisions, we are engaged in the performance of one’s prescribed duties. By executing the prescribed directives that are suitable for one’s social and spiritual status, it is possible to attain qualification to perform devotional service to Lord Viṣṇu. Sva-dharma-ācaraṇa cannot be called the sādhana to achieve perfect devotion to Viṣṇu, which is the goal of human life. Therefore, the words of scripture determine that devotion to Viṣṇu alone is the true goal...


“O Śrīmatī Rādhikā, I am always remembering Your attractive and beautiful face. Whoever remembers Your face is supremely fortunate. The essence of all good fortune is simply the remembrance of Śrīmatī Rādhārānī.” Ordinary people think that they are lucky if they have a nice wife or husband, good cars, big houses, or many followers and temples. But this is not good luck. Real good fortune is to always be with Rādhārānī. The greatest misfortune is to take the fruits of our offered service and run away from Vraja with them. Many people come to guru and receive nāma-dīkṣa. Then they go far away from their guru and practice, but because they lose their connection to guru by not serving him and maintaining a relationship with him then instead of becoming greatly fortunate they fall into deep misfortune. They are so unfortunate because having received the greatest opportunity they wasted their golden chance.

Cida-dahi-danda-mahotsava of Raghunatha dasa Gosvami – Distributing Vraja-prema

ṣaṣṭhe—raghunātha-dāsa prabhure mililā nityānanda-ājñāya ciḍā-mahotsava kailā Caitanya-caritāmṛta, Antya 20.112 The sixth chapter of Antya-līla explains how Raghunātha dāsa Gosvāmī met Caitanya Mahāprabhu...

The Supreme Magician Yogamaya – France 25 June 1997

His wife climbed up on that rope and began to dance with so many vessels on her head, holding a bamboo stick in her hands and dancing, coming and going, like this and that. The king and his wife became so happy. Very good magic. When she came down, the queen herself took her very valuable necklace and gave it to that lady. The two young boys were standing there and said, “Mother give me that.” Both were quarreling and forcibly trying to take it. The mother took it off and was in the middle keeping it and they were quarreling to take it, but both the sons were equally powerful and strong, so they were pulling each other. In the meantime, one boy took his sword from his case, and the other did also, and at the same time, one took the head of his brother, and the other took the other’s. Both fell down; their heads were both cut off. The mother came weeping, “Oh my two sons, I have lost!” She took at once the sword and immediately cut off her neck. Then the father came and said, “Oh my two children and wife have been killed! How can I live?” Then he took one sword and cut off his head...

A Playful Gem – Govinda-lilamrta

...The sakhās all took off their turbans and gave them to the sakhīs and mañjarīs. But Kṛṣṇa’s desire to play was not finished. He declared to the sakhīs, “Now we will play kabaḍi. If we defeat your team, who is clearly a worthy match, then we will get our turbans back. But that is not all. You will also have to give up something. If we win, then you must give us your necklaces.” -“Yes,” the sakhīs agreed, “And if we win, You must give up your necklaces...”

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