Sita Swayambara in Sri Jaganatha Mandir, Kuala Lumpur KUALA…

Sita Swayambara in Sri Jaganatha Mandir, Kuala Lumpur
KUALA LUMPUR – In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Sītā marries Rama, the only one strong enough to lift the Shivа Dhanushа (Lord Shiva’s bow) and string it. In Valmiki Ramayana Janak raja tells that he has promised to marry Sita to the person who can lift Dhanusha and string it. No one could do before Rama. Rama did it. This condition of lifting dhanusha was called by Janak as virya shulka, cost to be paid by suitor for marrying Sita. This scene was enacted by the Youth of Sri Jagannatha Mandir in Kuala Lumpur during the recent Ram Navami festival. You can watch the recorded video in our video archive in this website.
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Sita Swayambara in Sri Jaganatha Mandir, Kuala Lumpur KUALA…

Sita Swayambara in Sri Jaganatha Mandir, Kuala Lumpur
KUALA LUMPUR – In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Sītā marries Rama, the only one strong enough to lift the Shivа Dhanushа (Lord Shiva’s bow) and string it. In Valmiki Ramayana Janak raja tells that he has promised to marry Sita to the person who can lift Dhanusha and string it. No one could do before Rama. Rama did it. This condition of lifting dhanusha was called by Janak as virya shulka, cost to be paid by suitor for marrying Sita. This scene was enacted by the Youth of Sri Jagannatha Mandir in Kuala Lumpur during the recent Ram Navami festival. You can watch the recorded video in our video archive in this website.
Read the entire article here: http://goo.gl/gYPWkL

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Harinama in Hong Kong, China (Album with photos) Srila…

Harinama in Hong Kong, China (Album with photos)
Srila Prabhupada: The mango fruit is different from the name of the mango. One cannot taste the mango fruit simply by chanting, “Mango, mango, mango.” But the devotee who knows that there is no difference between the name and form of the Lord chants Hare Krishna, and realizes that he is always in Krishna’s company.
(Srimad-Bhagavatam, 10.2.36 Purport).
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