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Kartik and the TOVP

There are many transcendental ways of interpreting the Lord’s most special lila as Damodar, the child Krishna Who is bound by the belly to a wooden grinding mortar with rope by Mother Yasoda. This article focuses on the significance of Mother Yasodas’ rope always being two inches too short, no matter how much rope she
A few weeks ago, Lord Nityananda’s Padukas and Lord Nrsimhadeva’s Satari, along with Their Graces Jananivas, Ambarisa, Svaha and Braja Vilasa prabhus paid an ecstatic visit to Hong Kong and Taiwan (Taipei) as part of the worldwide TOVP Tour that has been on the road since 2015. However, we first would like to express our
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Every Nation in the world has a flag that they raise each day as a tradition to symbolize the values of the country and the dedication of its people to those values. Many Institutions and groups use flags to display their identity to the public. There are also flags for special occasions like festivals, etc.
This is the 4th and final part of this series of articles. Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 can be found here. It is the most important because it presents from Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s Navadvipa Dhama Mahatmya and Jaiva Dharma the glories of Gauda-mandala in West Bengal, the hundred-petaled lotus with the eight-petaled lotus