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  • Jigish Vaidya While reading Srila Prabhupad’s writings I came across a very touching illustration showing how Krishna consciousness empowers and protects true devotees against all odds. The story was about Maharaja (king) Ambarisha who underwent wrath of one of the most powerful sages of all times named Durvasa Muni and remained unscathed from the potentially dire consequences. Durvasa Muni once became angry on Ambarisha because he refused to eat with Durvasa due to his fasting in the devotion of Lord Krishna. King Ambarisha silently tolerated all the sage’s injustices and emerged victorious. The king was able to control his senses because of these qualifications mentioned in Shrimad Bhawatam. King Ambarisha fixed his mind on the lotus feet of Lord Krishna, engaged his words in describing the abode of the Lord, his hands in cleansing the temple of the Lord, his ears in hearing the pastimes of the Lord, his eyes in seeing the form of the Lord, his body in touching the body of the devotee, his nostrils in smelling the flavor of the flowers offered to the lotus feet of the Lord, his tongue in tasting the tulasi leaves offered to Him, his legs in travelling to the holy place where his temple is situated, his head in offering the obeisances unto the Lord, and his desires in fulfilling the desire of the Lord. These qualifications made him capable of emerging from his much stronger opponent sage Durvasa. We can learn more about this episode in Shrimad Bhawatam canto 9, chapter 4. Hare Krishna!
    September 22, 2017

  • Kamalnath Kamalnayan Hare Krishna everyone.
    Apr 28

  • vanshika bhatia Hare Krsna new sign ups!!! Welcome to Krishna connect, hope you have a krishna conscious time here, please prefer joining vaisnava events and reading about the vaisnava acharyas and festivals! All glories to Srila Prabhupada and Sri Sri Radha Shyamsundar! Hare Krsna!
    December 27, 2017

  • Rahul Verma Hare Krishna everyone
    Feb 20

  • Roy Haber III Please except my humble obeisances. All Glories to Srila Prabhupada. 
    March 21, 2016

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