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Bharata meets Rama in Chitrakoot
c. 1740-50

A serial exploration of the Holy Dhama of Chitrakoot.

Across the border of Uttar Pradesh from Lucknow, outside of Naimisharanya, and about 350 kilometers due south in Madhya Pradesh is another of India's great pilgrimage sites – the Holy Dhama of Chitrakoot. This small town is in the Satna district of Bundelkhand region, which is a rich area of spiritual influence for the Vaisnavas.

In the deep forests of Chitrakoot (Chitrakuta), Lord Rama, Sita and Laksman spent eleven and half years of their fourteen years in exile. Many great sages and devotees have come to Chitrakoot to meditate and perform austerities, including Atri, Sati Anusuya, Dattatreya, Markandeya, Sarbhanga, and Sutikshna. Brahma, Visnu and Shiva have all incarnated at Chitrakoot at one time or another over the ages.

In this age, Chitrakoot is most famous for being associated with the pastimes of Lord Ramacandra. All the demigods assembled here when Rama performed shraddha for his father, and they took part in the feast traditionally given to family and friends on the 13th day after a death in the family. Please Read More.

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His Holiness Bhakti Rasamrita Swami completed his B.E. from M.S University Baroda, MBA from Bombay University & worked for some time in a multinational Bank. Inspired by the teachings of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder acharya of The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), he decided to dedicate his life for propagating the message of Bhagavad Gita and joined International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). He was initiated by the spiritual name His Grace Devamrita Dasa. Since then he has served in many important projects and has preached the message of Bhagavad gita very widely, especially to the student community. He served as temple president in Mumbai, Belgaum and Vrindavan- which is the spiritual hub of world wide ISKCON temples. He has been preaching in many prestigious educational institutions all over India.

Commemorating the hundredth birth anniversary of Srila Prabhupada in the year 1996, he travelled widely and conducted National level theistic debate competitions in various colleges and Universities across India and Nepal, covering 250 cities and over 5000 colleges. During this period, He inspired many people in different parts of India, to practice and preach the message of Bhagavad gita. In the month of March, 2010, honoring his dedication and devotion, He was awarded the order of Sannyasa (Renunciation) in ISKCON, with the title His Holiness Bhakti Rasamrita Swami. In his more than 23 years of dedicated devotional life in ISKCON, he has rendered several important services, preached in many countries of America, Europe and USSR, and continues to do so. Presently he is temple president of ISKCON Belgaum centre, where He is inspiring thousands of people to seriously practice the sublime teachings of the Bhagavad-gita, and is overseeing the development of a "self- sufficient vedic eco village" (Gokul Dham) in 450 acres of land near Belgaum.

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BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 01 6.47 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 02 6.16 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 03 7.53 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 04 6.39 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 05 5.99 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 06 8.08 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 07 9.58 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 08 5.95 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 09 5.53 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 10 10.79 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 11 10.35 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 12 10.49 MB · WMA
BRasamritaSw Ramayan Lila 13 6.58MB . WMA

Dhanteras is celebrated by the Hindus all over India and across the world as well in the month of October-November, on the thirteenth day of the month of Ashwin. It marks the beginning of the five day Diwali celebrations. Please read more.

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RamCharitaManas (the Ramayana of Goswami Tulasidas)

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