Viveik Oberoi at Sri Radha Raman temple, Vrindavan Photo journal

Vivek Oberoi in Vrindavan, at Sri Radha Raman temple's entrance

Viveik Oberoi with his father Suresh Oberoi and family members visited Sri Radha Raman temple in Vrindavan this summer. Sri Radha Raman temple is among the oldest temples of Vrindavan, established by Gopal Bhatt Goswami (one of the six Goswamis sent

09 October, 2009 | Views: 24747


Krishna bhajan by Jagjit Singh, Tum meri rakho laaj Hari

 Krishna bhajan by Jagjit Singh

Jagjit Singh in a live performance at Iskcon’s Hare Krishna temple, Juhu, Mumbai. The bhajan has been written by Bhakti saint, Surdas, a disciple of Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya. Surdas, like Mira Bai has been a great contributor to Braj sahitya, the

16 September, 2009 | Views: 62336

Holi song by Girija Devi

In this folk song, a gopi of Vrindavan is saying that coming Holi she would spray colour on Krishna, the son of Nand. She’d like to make his dark cheeks red by rubbing gulal powder on them.रंग

15 September, 2009 | Views: 19879

Braj bhajan, Jadoo bharee Mohan ki muraliya, Lyrics and meaning

Braj bhajan, Jadoo bharee Mohan ki muraliya, Lyrics and meaning

Krishna’s flute works like magic on us, Brajvasis (in a broader meaning, devotees). We see his charming ways in day to day life. We find everyone speaking, not Krishna. When Krishna utters a word, it is the name of Radha :-)

20 August, 2009 | Views: 28043

Sri Krishna Balarma temple, Iskcon, Vrindavan Photo journal

View of Iskcon temple from Raman Reti Road, Vrindavan, India

Iskcon temple on Raman Reti Road in Vrindavan is the hub of the market sprung around it. Internet cafes, shops and stalls selling lemon soda, fruit, lassi, ethnic Indian clothes (very reasonably priced), perfumes, idols, and a bank stand right

17 June, 2009 | Views: 162703

Gokul in Braj, Photo journal

Thakurani ghat, Gokul, Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya ji' s baithak

There are no crowded roads in Gokul, hardly any traffic, and practically no microphones, unlike Vrindavan. Gokul remains a village with mud huts and temples, and loads of legends that palpitate the atmosphere.

19 April, 2009 | Views: 92878



Arjun in dialogue with Krishna, a million reasons to escape