Columns by Devotees

Swami Abhedananda

If the world were to be imagined as a house, the Bharatavarsha (Indian Sub-continent) can be rightfully called as the shrine of the house. From time immemorial, India has been the spiritual
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Sri Narayana Thirtha

There are numerous devotees who have sung the glory of Lord Krishna in their native tongues – Oothukkaadu Venkata Subbaiyer in Tamil, Purandaradasa in Kannada, Pandarpur devotees in Marathi, Meera
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Bhakta Narahari

Hail the glory of Pandarpur which has lured many a great saint, whose hymns called ‘Abhangs’ still stand testimony for their unparalleled devotion to their great Lord Panduranga. In this glorious
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Sri Narsi Mehta (Part – 1)

Narasimha Mehta(or) Narsi, as he was dearly called by everybody, was born in Junaghat village , situated near Porbander, Gujarat. He was born in a family which was very pious and meticulous about
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Sri Narsi Mehta (Part – 2)

Great are the stories of Saints, for, they are completely immersed in the elixir of devotion for the Lord. They remain completely absorbed in the meditation of the wonderful countenance of the Lord
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Sri Narsi Mehta (Part – 3)

The kirtans of true devotees are real gems shining in the glory of its purity and serenity, withstanding the tough test of time and illumining everybody into a devotion filled life. Narsi’s heart
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All for Good

Long ago, there was a kingdom in a far away land. The king had an able minister who helped him in his administration. The minister was a god-loving individual. He had this queer habit. Whenever
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The Bird and the Hunter

Once upon a time, a hunter caught hold of a bird. The bird was astonishingly beautiful. To the amazement of the hunter, the bird even began to speak. The bird asked the hunter, ‘What are you going
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Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu

The Moon was eclipsed on the 23rd Phalguna, 1407 Sakabda, with the English calendar showing 18th February, 1486. It was then that in Mayapur in the Town of Nadia, Sachi Devi the devoted wife of the
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Mahatma Gandhi – ‘Bapu’

Ram Naam, which had become part and parcel of the timid, shy boy, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, transformed him into Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhiji showed the path of Ahimsa to the world. Leaders like Martin
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Mahatma Gandhi – ‘Bapu’ – Part 2

Satyagraha movement was extended to forest laws, non-payment of taxes and boycott of foreign cloth, etc. It was felt that Swadeshi movement (producing their own cloth) would deal an economic blow on
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The Last Leaf

O. Henry is the pen name of American writer William Sydney Porter (September 11, 1862 – June 5, 1910). Porter’s most prolific writing period started in 1902, when he moved to New York City to
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