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  1. Yogi1054

    Bhagavatam recital in 48 days

    I'm going to show my ignorance what's the difference ?
  2. Yogi1054

    Bhagavatam recital in 48 days

    Now thats interesting I always get "Bhakti Marga" confused with the "Pushti Marg" of Vallabhacharya - not been on the 'Bhakti Marga" website for a while so I will take a look - thanks for the recommendation
  3. Yogi1054

    Bhagavatam recital in 48 days

    Thanks for getting back to me - from what I can see the late date of the Puranas c10th century means that would have been written after these two teachers probably explaining why there is no commentary. A Sri Vaishnava friend also said that because it has some verses that can be seen as...
  4. Yogi1054

    Bhagavatam recital in 48 days

    As a matter of interest does anyone know why Shankara or Ramanuja did not refer to Bhagawad purana?
  5. Yogi1054

    Bhagavad Gita - Acharya's Commentaries

    Its a great site and its got some English on as well so I stand a chance lol!
  6. Yogi1054

    Bhagavad Gita - Acharya's Commentaries

    Good morning Many thanks for taking the time to get back to me! I can feel like. crash course in Sanskrit is needed!
  7. Yogi1054

    Bhagavad Gita - Acharya's Commentaries

    I'm trying to get my hands on the following Achraya's Commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita (in English/printed ) can anyone recommend where I can start to look? A Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita by Nimbarkacharya Gitatattvaprakashika i Vallabhacharya commentary on the Gita Tattvadeepika...
  8. Yogi1054

    Gaura-Nitai devotion thread

    What lovely murtis - they look so happy!
  9. Yogi1054

    Gaura-Nitai devotion thread

    What beautiful murtis - Im come from a shakti school of worships but the eyes of Lord Jagannatha remind me of the Goddess Chamuni
  10. Yogi1054

    Form of Shiva

    I'm wondering if anyone can help me….. Ive noticed a few murtis and pictures of Lord Shiva pouring water on himself. In my copy of the Hatha Yoga Pradipika (Bihar Yoga) the first page has the same image and the the first verse states: " Salutations to the glorious primal guru, Sri Adinath...
  11. Yogi1054

    More questions!

    Been to pooja a few times before ; it was very beautiful indeed Also been to another Tamil temple Sri Thurkkai Amman temple; took my class of children with me for pooja and they loved it, really special day for us all! The priest was lovely with the children and prepared a meal for us all
  12. Yogi1054

    Little known gods & goddesses

    Thanks for the links Aupmanyav Another popular local God is Ramdevpir - an incarnation of Lord Krishna - considered by many Muslims as a saint as well
  13. Yogi1054

    Little known gods & goddesses

    I think that's the beauty of Hinduism - only when attending the temple (northern style) did I get to meet some of the devas who I have never met before I think that's one thing I love about hinduism is that fact that the different temples I visit also worship the local deities from their home...
  14. Yogi1054

    More questions!

    I'm very lucky about an hour down the road in Lecister we have a Tamil Murgan temple; very special indeed
  15. Yogi1054

    Standard puja?

    I think puja can be a very personal experience - different things for different people! Full morning puja at the temples I attend is just as beautiful as the puja I attend at ,y yoga teachers house Each to their own
  16. Yogi1054

    Vedic vs Tantric Shaktism

    I think the frst thing is that there is a lot of cross over between the two - many shakti temples in their puja and worship might come over as Vedic; yet walk outside a few meters and then tantric worship is being performed On another level what makes one form of worship vedantic and another...
  17. Yogi1054

    Problems posting

    Afternoon any advice how I post to a thread it says i have insufficient privilages
  18. Yogi1054

    Learning about Kālī Ma

    What an amazing Murit! Is it from Skanda Vale? Ive not been there for years!
  19. Yogi1054

    Tantras

    The best way to learn about the Tantras or learn 'through' the tantras is from a teacher i found - they can really help you draw out the meaning
  20. Yogi1054

    Learning about Kālī Ma

    That explain why I don't see a statue in some of my Hindu friend house - the only statue I see of Maa is in my Yoga teaches house as she is Bengali and her Father used to serve at the big Kali temple in Calcutta
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