Who runs the universe? Does God do it Himself, or does He employ a "property management" team, while He takes it easy? We're talking about the All-knowing Supreme Enjoyer, here. He can do as He likes.
One of the most difficult tasks life places before us is finding our true path, our authentic way, the one essential thing that gives meaning to everything else. This path has one essential element: acting according to one’s dharma.
Vegetarians are people who avoid all meat, meaning red meat, seafood and poultry. They do this for a variety of reasons such as being humane to animals and for other ethical reasons.
Today is the appearance day of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura - A pure devotee of Krsna and father of Srila Prabhupada's spiritual master.
Implicit in current theories of evolution are two basic assumptions: first, that the myriad living forms have come into being exclusively by chance and the action of natural laws; and second, that consciousness and all life processes are nothing more than physiochemical interactions.
Vegetarianism is a personal choice. Some people choose to abstain from meat for ethical or religious reasons. For others, it is a matter of personal taste. Just as there is no magic weight loss pill, there are no magic vegetarian diet foods.
The word karma is often used by aspiring spiritualists, and why not, karma makes sense. Let’s look at the ancient Vedic texts of India, where the idea of karma originates, and what they have to say on the subject.
Kirtan, also known as sankirtan, is the call-and-response chanting inspired and popularized by the great saint Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. The roots of kirtan go back over 500 years to Renaissance India.
Yogurt (also spelled as Yoghurt or yogourt) is made from fermented milk. When yogurt cultures are added to milk, the lactose in the milk protein ferments and produces lactic acid.
As of late, in the year 2007, the idea of whether Lord Rama exists or not has been called into question, by no less than some of the politicians in India. So it is a wonder how such persons can be accepted as leaders of the people of India who should be concerned with preserving and protecting the culture of the country.