The more you believe, the more you will benefit. If you say 'Radhe' or 'Shyamsundar' with complete faith they will immediately appear before you to acknowledge your longing and faith. They are bound to do so to establish the truth that they invest all their potencies in their names, and that they personally reside in them ...
The central theme of this Guru Purnima issue is the importance of reciting the divine name of Shri Radha. Throughout his life, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj established the supremacy of Shri Radha, considering Shri Krishna as the inseparable, non-different form of Shri Radha.
There are beautiful translations of devotional couplets from Radha Govind Geet, excerpts from Prema Rasa Madira, verses he playfully revealed during some of his midnight recitations of Radhe, and the first part of an in-depth explanation he gave to a sankirtan from Yugal Rasa.
This issue also has a number of shorter translations on important topics, such as the pitfalls of gossiping and the true meaning of yoga. In addition, there are details of the charitable activities undertaken since the last issue by Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, and a new feature on its three presidents, Kripaluji's three learned daughters, lovingly called Didi’s by all.
Kripaluji's arrival in Kashi during January 1957 is discussed in the latest installment to A Brief Life History. The Golden Era of True Devotion discusses the impact of television on his satsang, and deeper insight into Bhakti Dham - the perennial pilgrimage site - is given. More intriguing spiritual questions are answered by Kripaluji in Divine Quest and the compelling discourse continues in Empower Yourself.
|Author||HH Dr Shyama Tripathi|
|Publisher||Radha Govind Samiti|
|Dimension||21.5cm X 28cm X 0.4cm|