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What’s in a Name?

by Damodar das Last week Gopalasyapriya was performing her customary rounds in the Palace gardens. She was approached by one guest, an Indian gentleman who was visiting with his family. The gentleman asked Gopa her name, and then she asked him for his. He replied that his name is Maha Lingam. Other than that, he […]

Please May I Have Another

By Srila Jiva Goswami dasa My dear Eyes and Ears; Please accept my worthless obeisances at your lotus feet. I was (am) one of those guys who read too much of what I can. It wasn’t until 1998 that I realized why I’d never heard anyone say, “Par-a-dijim.” (Paradigm) Having bumped into “The Bhagavada Gita […]

Mad Crapper Mystery Solved! Confession Forthcoming!

In a strange twist of fate, one of New Vrindaban’s longest unresolved mysteries, namely the whereabouts and positive identification of the person known as “the mad crapper,” may at last be solved. A recent submission—more specifically a posted comment on this blog site by a former Brijabasi—has led authorities to link the person who posted […]

12 Days of Indian Christmas

For a funny video where Hare Krishna is chanted a bunch, check out 12 Days of Indian Christmas. Thanks to Gopala Guru for pointing it out.

Description of a Cow

CALCUTTA’s Telegraph has got hold of an answer paper of a candidate at the recent UPSC examinations. The candidate has written an essay on the Indian cow: “The cow is a successful animal. Also he is quadrupud, and because he is female, he give milk, but will do so when he is got child. He […]

Rutabaga Renaissance: Damn the Torpedoes! Full Speed Ahead!
Recipes For Sustainable Living

Rutabaga Renaissance: Damn the Torpedoes! Full Speed Ahead! Recipes For Sustainable Living Before you read any further, let’s agree on three truths. The first truism is that Krsna loves the whole of His creation—that is, all His parts and parcels, vegetable species included. The second truism is that we neophytes must see all other life […]