After days dancing with SriKrishna the king of the peacocks says"You have created a festival of bliss for which we remain eternally indebted to You. We offer you 'Gurudakshina'. I request You to accept our only opulence, our plumage. Wear them on your crown as a decoration." With large tears of ecstasy the king of peacocks dropped many divine feathers. SriKrishna lovingly accepted the offering of the peacocks and picked up the feathers and to everybody's joy, placed a few of them on his…
Uma alma gêmea é alguém cujas fechaduras coincidem com nossas chaves e cujas chaves coincidem com nossas fechaduras. Quando nos sentimos seguros a ponto de abrir as fechaduras, surge o nosso eu mais verdadeiro e podemos ser completa e honradamente quem somos. Cada um descobre a melhor parte do outro. Richard Bach
Yashoda (Sanskrit: यशोदा) was wife of Nanda within the Puranic texts of Hinduism. Within the Bhagavata Purana it is described that Yasoda later became the foster-mother to Krishna, who was born to Devaki but was given to Yashoda and Nanda in Gokul, by Krishna's father Vasudeva on the night of his birth, for his protection from Devaki's brother, the king of Mathura, Kansa.
To perform devotional service means to follow in the footsteps of Radharani, and devotees in Vrndabana put themselves under the care of Radharani in order to achieve perfection . . . . NECTAR OF DEVOTION, p.15