Radhanath SwamiRecently I was in Assisi, the place of St. Francis. It is described that he was not good looking; he had a curved spine. He was always very sickly too. Some years back they examined his bones and found that he had cancer of the bones and tuberculosis most of his life. That means he was in total pain through most of his lifespan. Read the rest of this entry »

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To serve God, Krishna, to serve society better, we are willing to fly in airplanes, we are willing to live in palaces, we are willing to wear nice clothes, we are willing to drive in cars, and we are willing to use Blackberries, Apples, Microsoft and everything else. It is not from these things that we are getting our happiness from; but we are willing to use these things to share what we have. Read the rest of this entry »

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February 17, 2014 | In: World

Balance your life

radhanath swamiThe car has 4 tyres, and it is very important that those 4 tyres are balanced properly. What if you put too much air in one tyre? What will happen to your drive?

For our life to go on a smooth drive, we need to properly balance it using our intelligence. Read the rest of this entry »

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January 20, 2014 | In: Happiness

Secret of Happiness

Chipped rice, how much does it cost? It’s very cheap and unless you put some really exotic things in it, it doesn’t taste very nice.

In those days when I used to be a sadhu begging in Himalayas, people would give me a handful of chipped rice because it practically costs nothing. But when you are hungry, you find some little river or pond, add some little water into it and you eat. One thing I learned was, if you are really hungry and you really thank God for what he is giving you, your tongue kind of moves aside from the experience and you taste with your heart Read the rest of this entry »

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radhanath swamiIn the town of Satara, Maharashtra, on the banks of the Krishna and Vena Rivers lived a blind man, Bilvamangala Thakur, famous as Lila Sukha. He had such deep devotion to Krishna. He was seeing, not with his physical eyes, but through the love of his soul. He was seeing Krishna everywhere, he was experiencing Krishna’s children in everyone. So many people all around, with eyes, were not seeing what he was seeing. Read the rest of this entry »

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There is a saying in English, “A friend in need is a friend indeed.” Disease is a time of great need. Generally, a person comes to a doctor when they are helpless. Otherwise, why go to a doctor, if you can fix yourself? Why pay money? Why do all the traveling? Why take the medicines? People go to a doctor when they feel themselves helpless, when they cannot help themselves anymore, when their family cannot help them anymore, when even their money cannot help them anymore. They need somebody else. And they turn to a doctor in that spirit. Read the rest of this entry »

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Radhanath SwamiThe Nature of Attachment:

The great sages describe the nature of attachment. Attachment cannot be killed; it has simply to be transferred. Consciousness is the platform of attachment. Desireless-ness is not possible for a living entity. A living entity, by constitution, has the propensity to be attached to something. We see that if someone has no object of attachment, if Read the rest of this entry »

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The articles on this site are based on the classes given by Radhanath Swami over the years.

Radhanath Swami is a source of inspiration for several projects, both in India and outside of it. Radhanath Swami is also a great source of inspiration for several thousands of people aspiring to seek spiritual enlightenment in the line of bhakti yoga. His students come from various walks of life, age groups, castes, races, and nationalities.

In 1970, at the age of 19, Radhanath Swami started his journey of spiritual quest in Europe. While at Greece, a voice within him directed him towards India. Radhanath Swami set off for his destination by hitchhiking. After meeting several people and studying various paths of spiritual enlightenment along the way, he finally reached India. Radhanath Swami’s experiences through the journey enabled him to understand truth from all cultural perspectives. The sufferings and exploitations he endured on this path made Radhanath Swami more determined and focused; it increased his faith and humility. Radhanath Swami’s uncompromising determination to find a guru who could provide answers for his questions made him reach the holy land of Vrndavan, India, the holy place of Radha and Krsna. The deep realizations that Radhanath Swami gained in his travels now reflect in his teachings.

Radhanath Swami learned from many but accepted one guru. Radhanath Swami’s surrender and service to his spiritual master is a great source of inspiration to all his followers. Radhanath Swami’s lectures, kirtans, and yatras sustain the spiritual lives of many. Radhanath Swami’s explanation of complex topics of scriptures and the insight that he provides into apparently confusing philosophical topics is amazing.

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