Krishna–the supreme godhead—— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

September 30, 2015

The Vedic scriptures are the only scriptures that have existed since the beginning of time, and thus eternal and the absolute truth. There is no higher authority than that of the Vedic scriptures. Vedic scriptures talk about billions of celestial planets and that universe is trillions of years old and Hindu texts are being in […]


September 29, 2015

SHRAADH (RITUALS AFTER DEATH)   DEVOTING REVERENCE TOWARDS OUR ‘PITRU’ (DEPARTED ANCESTORS’ SOULS)   Our Scriptures have explained four types of extinction of life. The four types of passing away, of which we don’t have any ideas to how our ancestors passed away, whether by drowning, by fire, by falling of tree upon them or by […]

PADMA EKADASHI— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

September 23, 2015

Namo Narayan. Ekadashi of Bhadra Shukla Paksha is known as Padma Ekadashi.In a way, each and every Ekadashi is important in its own.Today I am going to depict the importance of Ekadashi of Bhadra Shukla Paksha which is known asPadma Ekadashi.Brahmaji narrated an incident to Naradji which reveals the importance of Padma Ekadashi.King Mandhata was […]

DEVOTION— Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

September 22, 2015

Hinduism suggests many paths to liberation. As the Bhagavadgita declares, the paths to God are many all paths eventually lead to the Supreme Self only. However some paths are difficult to pursue. Some paths lead to other divinities and lesser gods. Some paths may even lead to one’s downfall. However, the consensus opinion is all […]

importance of Bhakti—–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

September 21, 2015

Purushah sa parah Partha bhaktyaa labhyastvananyayaa; Yasyantahsthani bhutani yena sarvamidam tatam. “He, the Highest Spirit, O Partha, may be reached by unswerving devotion to Him alone, in Whom all beings abide, by Whom all this is pervaded. ” (Gita: VIII-22. ) Bhaktya tvananyaya sakya ahamevamvidhorjuna; Jnatum drashtum cha tattvena praveshtum cha Parantapa. “But by devotion […]

PRARTHANA—- Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

September 19, 2015

In Sanskrit and most of the native Indian languages, the word prarthana means prayer or seeking. While the word has a deep religious connotation and peculiarly Hindu in its origin, in course of time it acquired a secular and generic sense and used to convey the meaning of “to request, or ask or seek something […]

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