An excerpt from The Curse of Gandhari by Aditi Banerjee, in which we witness an interaction between Krishna and Gandhari.
The uniqueness of the Gita is that it does not glorify Sri Krishna alone; it glorifies Arjuna also and the very process of dialogue and discussion between him and Sri Krishna.
The more we dedicate ourselves to the Gita through the practices of sadhana and adhyaayana, the more such gems we will discover for ourselves.
A Hindu View of the Afterlife
An exploration of Radha, whether or not she is real, what she means to Krishna and bhaktas, and the very essence of Bhakti.
Krishna is found the full expression of the ideals of the civilization of Bharat and Sanatana Dharma.
A few months ago, I heard Swami Sarvapriyananda of the Vedanta Society of New York recount a story that touches deeply on the relationship between the guru and shishya. The shishya…