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Vaisnavaganza: Adishesha

by Aranyakananda The next “face of Vishnu” is not necessarily a “face of Vishnu” at all, though He is considered to be an avatar of either Mahavishnu or Narayana, depending on who you ask. As such, He is said to … Continue reading

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Japa Beads and Vishnu’s Navel

by Aranyakananda Today, FINALLY, I got my first set of japa/mala beads. I wear them around my neck, and I have attached an ॐ pendant onto it. Being that it is 108 marble-sized beads, and a string of 8 more … Continue reading

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