20 Interesting facts related to Krishna

Krishna in Vrindavan, painting

Haweli Sangeet took birth with Raag-seva rendered by Asht-chaap sakhas – Parmanand ji, Nand Swami, Govind ji, Kumbhan Das, Surdas ji, Chaturbhuj ji, Chit Swami & Krishna Swami. Haweli Sangeet is largely sung in Dhrupad & Dhamar styles of classical

19 October, 2010 | Views: 28422

Akshay teej in Vrindavan, 16 May 2010

Singing and dancing at 6 am at sri Banke Bihari temple, Vrindavan

In singing to the Lord, devotees hold conversations with the divine. This uplifts their consciousness. God becomes a living, personal friend, instead of an all powerful entity hidden from human existence. The Lord’s proximity is felt through Raga

11 May, 2010 | Views: 10346

Radha Krishna Prana Mora Jugal Kishora

Heard this song for Shayan arti on the festival of Ugadi at the Iskcon temple, Bangalore :-) It is called Sakhi Vrunde Vigyapti, a request to Sri Radha Krishna’s Sakhis/friends. This Bengali song by Sri Narottama Das Thakura describes a devotee’s

30 March, 2009 | Views: 16484

Banke Bihari temple and bazaar, Vrindavan Photo journal

Silver crafted door to the temple premises of Sri Banke Bihari ji Maharaj

Rabri, Malpua, Barfi, Peda, Safed barfi, Ladoo, and more laddoos… sweets for Bihari ji and visitors :-) Banke Bihari temple is among the best known places in Vrindavan, Mathura. Vrindavan is just a 2-hour drive from Delhi, off NH 2 to Agra.

06 April, 2009 | Views: 129364

A Punjabi wedding

Punjabi culture is a synonym for fun. Wherever the Punjabis go, they take with them a hearty appetite for good food and warm company. A wedding being an opportunity to indulge in both, Balle balle is the way to go! This was the wedding-season’s

27 April, 2008 | Views: 4414



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