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Vaisnavaganza: Mahavishnu, Garbodakshayi Vishnu, and Ksirodakasayi Vishnu

by Aranyakananda In what I intend to be a series of posts on the many faces of Vishnu, the most logical place to start – the “form” of Vishnu which represents that Singularity which I referred to in the last … Continue reading

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Gita Chapter 4: Avatars At a Most Subtle Level

by Aranyakananda Yesterday at my Temple’s weekly Bhagavad-Gita study group, we covered the opening verses of Chapter 4, which relate to the origins of Sri Krishna. It is in chapter 4, verse 7 where Krishna reveals the key to Vaishnava … Continue reading

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The Primordial Teaching of the Bhagavad-Gita

by Aranyakananda In Bhagavad-Gita Chapter Four, Krishna says that he taught this same teaching to the Sun God, Vivasvan, and that Vivasvan taught the same to the first man. In this way, “Let there be light” was a primordial version … Continue reading

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