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Srila Nice but Dead-pada

Srila Nice but Dead-pada.
World’s largest karma vacuum cleaner,
but now his karma dust bag is full.


They are dropping like flies. Who can replace the heavy mafia hitters like JPS? There is no one that I can think of. Shaky Subhag? At best New Vrndavana former henchman and murder accomplice Radhanath? Srila wasted pada Gopal Krishna swami, also on his last legs?

Clown show Mahavishnu, also very rusty antique? BB health club weight lifter fool Govinda, another antique relic? The ever crazy mad man Satsvarupa and his henchman Ravindra swarupa, also on their way out the door to being museum pieces?

It looks like Krishna has been weeding the field the whole time, and no one noticed! Until now, and they are panicking. Who will manage their living guru’s program, when they are all dead? Their pedophile legacy won’t stand, and the Prabhupadanugas will stand up and win over time.


Krishnas mercy, he became a vegetable, neither dead nor alive, just a fading away vegetable. That was his punishment for creating a molesters nest in the holy dham. Death was to good for him. He has to suffer his Karma already in this life, what to speak in the next. Yamaraja is awaiting him for the final punishment. On that day we will celebrate. [Read More…]

Daily Inspirational Quote

Srila Prabhupāda Pandal Lecture

“Hearing of Kṛṣṇa’s name is the same as hearing of Bhagavad-gītā or hearing of Bhāgavatam. If one has no time, neither has got the capacity to read Bhagavad-gītā, Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, he can chant Hare Kṛṣṇa, Hare Kṛṣṇa, Kṛṣṇa Kṛṣṇa, Hare Hare.”

Jaya Srila Prabhupāda !!!


The spiritual orders are divided into four āśramas

The spiritual orders are divided into four āśramas
brahmacarya – the student life, gṛhastha – the householder’s life,
vānaprastha – the retired life, and sannyāsa
– the renounced life


Śrīla Prabhupāda says, that there are two types of brahmacārīs, namely those who have taken the vow of celibacy and completely abstain from all sexuality and have no relations with women, and the gṛhastha-brahmacārīs, or those who have a regulated sex life with their wife, according to fixed rules, who did not use their sex life for any purpose other than begetting Krishna conscious children, those are called gṛhastha-brahmacārīs.

A brahmacārī practices celibacy, controlling his sex life. One cannot enjoy unrestricted sex life and practice yoga; this is rascaldom. So-called yogīs advertise that one can go on enjoying as one likes and simultaneously become a yogī, but this is totally unauthorized. It is very clearly explained here that one must observe celibacy. Brahmacaryam means that one leads his life simply in relationship with Brahman, or in full Kṛṣṇa consciousness. Those who are too addicted to sex life cannot observe the regulations which will lead them to Kṛṣṇa consciousness. Sex life should be restricted to persons who are married. A person whose sex life is restricted in marriage is also called a brahmacārī.


Lecture on BG 6.11-21 — New York, September 7, 1966:
And brahmacāri-vrate sthitaḥ. Brahmacāri-vrata means celibacy, no sex life at all. Completely prohibited. Brahmacārī. Brahmacāri-vrate. Vrata means with a vow that “I’ll have no sex life,” with a vow. Such person can execute yoga system.


Lecture on BG 6.11-21 — New York, September 7, 1966:
Brahmacārī, there are two kinds of brahmacārīs. One who is leading complete celibacy, complete free from sex life, he is called brahmacārī. Another brahmacārī is gṛhastha-brahmacārī. He has got his wife, but he has no other understanding with any other woman. And that wife also only, I mean to say, relationship is performed under regulation, he is also brahmacārī. One who has his relationship with wife under rules and regulation and does not know any other woman, he is also brahmacārī. That is also called brahmacāri-vrata. And one who lives complete celibacy life, that he is also brahmacārī. So that brahmacāri-vrata is essential for yogi. Brahmacāri-vrata. [Read More…]

Daily Inspirational Quote

Srila Prabhupāda Pandal Lecture

“Sanātana-dharma does not mean that dressing in a particular way or keeping a tuft. Sanātana-dharma means to be engaged eternally in the service of the Supreme Eternal.”

Jaya Srila Prabhupāda !!!


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