Ram & Krishna – Whose Approach is More Relevant to India Today?

http://theshoppesathamilton.com/contact-us/s_Health/Bimat.htm First and foremost, both Shree Ram & Shree Krishna are deeply sacred to us. They are two Avatar of Vishnu. So they are not different but two aspects of the same Divine Entity. Both achieved the fundamental purpose of their Avatar and annihilated the great evil that lived on earth. So both Shree Ram & […]

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Krishna’s Guile in Maha-Bharat – per Gurcharan Das

http://madisonfields.org/tag/autism-awareness/ Last week, we discussed the view of Krishna as Vaasudev enunciated by Irawati Karve in her essay in February 1966 and later published in her highly acclaimed book Yugant or End of an Epoch. Today, we present a completely different view by Gurcharan Das from his book The Difficulty of Being Good. The title of […]

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Krishna Vaasudev from Maha-Bharat – per Irawati Karve

go site Editors’ Note:  We are grateful to a reader, a friend from Mumbai, who was kind enough to loan us the English version of Yugant.  This is the first article in our series Dharma in Maha-Bharat – Irawati Karve vs. Gurcharan Das announced last week. Naturally it is about Krishna who towers above the Pandav-Kaurav period […]

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