1) O mind, time and again worship the youthful lovers Sri Radha-Krsna, who together appear like lightning flashing from a fresh monsoon cloud, whose lovely lotus faces always beam contented happiness and are adorned with lotus eyes, who wear brilliant moon-shaped crowns, whose foreheads, decorated with charming sandalpaste tilaka, are rendered more beautiful being surrounded by Their glistening curly locks of hair, and whose entire appearance is completely dazzling. 2) O mind, time and again wor
LOVE..... As Krishna was as beautiful as the moon and his skin was blue as a cloud and softer than a blue lotus, Radha would always wear a blue sari and bedeck herself with blue sapphires. And because Radha’s skin was golden in colour like a flash of brilliant lightning, Krishna would always wear a yellow or golden dhoti. Radha wore tinkling anklets or payals on her ankles, and so Krishna wore them too. When they walked together it made a beautiful sound. Krishna wore a peacock feather on his he
The Five Practices or 'Pancha Kriya' outline the minimal Vedic practices, also known as Pancha Nitya Karmas that parents teach their children in order to nurture future citizens who are strong, secure, responsible, tolerant and traditional and pass the dharma to the next generation.