Join Hare Krishna Movement and Become Virtuous

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Hare Krishna movement is also known as Iskcon movement. The main motive behind this movement is to spread the teachings of Lord Krishna. This PPT features the information about the Hare Krishna movement.

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LIVE VIRTUOUS LIFE BY JOINING HARE KRISHNA MOVEMENT:

LIVE VIRTUOUS LIFE BY JOINING HARE KRISHNA MOVEMENT

What is Hare Krishna Movement:

What is Hare Krishna Movement The Hare Krishna movement is a branch of Hinduism, formally known as Gaudiya Vaishnavism. Its name comes from its chant Hare Krishna which devotees repeat over and over. It was started in the 16th century by Sri Chaitanya of Bengal (1486-1533). He emphasized the worship of Krishna and believed that chanting the names of God was so powerful that in addition to one's own meditation on them, they should also be chanted in the streets for the benefit of all.

How does the Hare Krishna movement differ from other strains of Hinduism?:

How does the Hare Krishna movement differ from other strains of Hinduism? Devotees of the Hare Krishna movement consider themselves monotheistic. According to the sacred texts, Bhagavad Gita and Bhagvat Purana, Krishna is the supreme God, who oversees millions of demigods who are seen as administrators of the universal affairs. These demigods are needed to run creation. They have certain roles, but just as the secretary of state reports to the president these demigods serve at the pleasure of Krishna. Krishna is often accompanied by Radharani , the female aspect or counterpart of Krishna.

What is the Hare Krishna mantra?:

What is the Hare Krishna mantra? “Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna , Hare Hare , Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama , Hare Hare ” The word "mantra" means to deliver or free the mind. The word "Hare" refers to the divine feminine potency of God. "Krishna" means the all-attractive one, and "Rama" is the reservoir of all pleasure.

Reincarnation and karma — what are those about?:

Reincarnation and karma — what are those about? In Hinduism, karma — what a person deserves for his past acts — proceeds not only from what he has done in the present life but from past lives as well. According to Hindu philosophy, human beings are not always reborn as human beings. Some are, but others are promoted to still higher forms, forms beyond our present experience, and others are degraded to lower species. One's future status depends on whether one lives in harmony with nature's laws or violates them. Only human beings can gain freedom from the cycle of birth and death.

Why don't Hare Krishna Devotees eat meat?:

Why don't Hare Krishna Devotees eat meat? Hindus believe that animals are children of Krishna, created by God with a soul. Therefore, to eat an animal is an affront to God. Moreover, it's bad for your consciousness: Because the slaughter of animals is violent, when you eat meat, fish or fowl, you are subjecting yourself to more violent thoughts and, perhaps, violent behavior. In Hinduism, cooking is intertwined with spirituality. Hare Krishna Devotees believe they are cooking for the pleasure of God. They never sample the food they are cooking, since it must be offered to Krishna first .

What is Hare Krishna movement?:

What is Hare Krishna movement? The Hare Krishna movement is originated from the Gaudily Vaishnavism, wherein the word Vaishnavism means worship of the Vishnu, and Gaudiya means the particular region where Vaishnavism originated, that is, West Bengal. The movement is also known as the Hare Consciousness and Hare Krishna the Hare followers practice bhakti yoga and worship the supreme lord, Krishna. Through bhakti yoga, the followers try to dedicate all their actions and thoughts to Lord Krishna.

What Hare Krishna do?:

What Hare Krishna do? The Hare followers practice Bhakti yoga. They preach the  teaching of Bhagwad Gita  and Sri mand Bhagavatanam . They enchant the Hare Krishna Mantra. With their preaching, they try to draw away themselves from the materialistic world. The Bhakti Yoga motivates them to move on the right path, and shed off the vanity and become virtuous . All these Hare followers congregate at the ISKCON temple. At present, all Hare followers gather there to the worship the Lord and sing his praises. Original Source : http://www.macuhoweb.org/be-a-part-of-the-hare-krishna-movement/9040/#prettyPhoto

To know more Interesting Facts About Lord Krishna visit following address :

To know more Interesting Facts About Lord Krishna visit following address ISKCON TEMPLE Plot No.-4, Sub-City Level, Dwarka Sector -13, Behind Radisson blu Hotel Delhi-110075 Email id: info@iskcondwarka.org Ph. No.: +918800223226 Website: http://iskcondwarka.org /

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