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Manini-Radha The painting you have received is entitled “Manini-Radha.” The elaborate details of this beautiful painting do not come from the artist’s imagination. Rather, all the details come from descriptions found in the Sanskrit texts of the ancient Vedas. These details are also found in the hearts of pure devotees who have realized those texts. 

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Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, an intimate friend of Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja, gives the following short description of this scene, in his book, Krsna: the Supreme Personality of Godhead: With the arrival of the beautiful autumn season, the waters in the lakes and rivers became as clear as crystal and filled with fragrant

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The painting you have received is entitled “Gaura-Nitai.” The elaborate details of this beautiful painting do not come from the artist’s imagination. Rather, all the details come from descriptions found in the Sanskrit texts of the ancient Vedas. These details are also found in the hearts of pure devotees who have realized those texts.  Though

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    “This picture began in my heart, and it now has manifested outwardly.”  – Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja   You have just received a copy of the painting entitled “Seva Kunja”, by Syamarani dasi.  A description of the divine philosophy behind this masterpiece has been given by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

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This painting, called Sri Radha Alone, was created for Srila Narayana Maharaja’s translation of Jayadeva Gosvami’s Gita-govinda. The glory of this book is indicated by Srila Narayana Maharaja’s statement: “Sri Gita-govinda is a ‘jewel book’ brought by Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. We all know that Sri Jayadeva Gosvami has written this beautiful Gita Govinda, but without

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God is love, and Love is God. There are two features of this divine love, and thus two features of God. He is the one-without-a-second Absolute Truth, and still He has two sides or features. The ancient Vedas proclaim that Lord Sri Krsna is the Supreme Potent, the Supreme Enjoyer of that love. Srimati Radhika,

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[“I worship that Damodara who, afraid of the stick in His mother’s hand, cries and time and again rubs His eyes with both His lotus hands, whose eyes express extreme fearfulness, whose sobbing makes the jeweled and pearl necklaces upon His neck marked with three lines shake, and whose belly is bound only by His

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This painting, Sanjaya and Dhrtarastra, takes place in the palace of Maharaja Dhrtarastra, the blind king who was against Lord Krsna’s devotees, the Pandavas, and wanted to usurp the kingdom that was rightfully theirs. In this scene, Dhrtarastra is hearing about the Pandavas’ victory from Sanjaya and experiencing great anxiety as a result. The battlefield

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[This painting, entitled, “Krsna Disguised as a Girl Singer” is one of four pranks described in the book entitled, “Camat-kar-candrika (A Moonbeam of Sheer Astonishment) by Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura. Below is a short description of this humorous prank performed by Lord Sri Krsna, in His endeavor to meet with and please Srimati Radharani:] One

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We learn from the ancient Vedic literatures that Sri Krsna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead and Arjuna is his cousin-brother, a self-realized soul, now in the role of Krsna’s disciple. In this painting Krsna is speaking about Absolute Reality to Arjuna, not for his benefit but for ours. As with all the other paintings

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The painting you have received is entitled “Jayasri – Krsna Pleading.” The elaborate details of this beautiful painting do not come from the artist’s imagination. Rather, all the details come from descriptions found in the Sanskrit texts of the ancient Vedas. These details are also found in the hearts of pure devotees who have realized

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This painting, by the Mercy of Vyasa, was created for Srila Narayana Gosvami Maharaja’s translation and commentary of Bhagavad-gita. In it, Srila Vyasadeva is giving transcendental vision to his disciple Sanjaya. By his mercy, Sanjaya was able to see what was happening on the battlefield of Kuruksetra, which was ninety miles away from where he

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In this painting, Srila Cakravarti Thakura is sitting in Vrndavana, on the banks of the holy lake, Sri Radha-kunda. He is in the midst of writing his commentary on Bhagavad-gita, which is considered the most important basic book for all spiritualists, as it was spoken by Lord Sri Krsna, God Himself. All the details of

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