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Pages in category "Convention"
The following 26 pages are in this category, out of 26 total.
- Advaita Acarya had confidence in the sastric evidence and did not care about social customs. The Krsna consciousness movement, therefore, is a cultural movement that does not care about local social conventions
- As long as one remains in the bodily concept of life, he may act according to the duties of social convention, but if one is elevated to the spiritual platform, he must simply serve the Supreme Lord; that is the real execution of sva-dharma
- Avadhuta means a highly elevated mystic who does not care for any social, religious or Vedic conventions
- If you want you can cut your hairs, but there is no need of cutting. It would be nicer if you can put on sari, you can learn it from Jadurani. You must remain like a nice girl. The dress and appearance is social convention of the society
- It is social convention that if you want to speak truth, you speak truth very palatable, flattering. Don't speak unpalatable truth
- The river of Srimati Radharani has reached You from a long distance - leaving far behind the tree of Her husband, breaking through the bridge of social convention, and forcibly crossing the hills of elder relatives
- The word avadhuta refers to one who does not care for social conventions, particularly the varnasrama-dharma
- There is a proverb in Sanskrit that you speak truth but don't speak unpalatable truth. When you speak the truth it must be very palatable. So this social convention is not applicable to a person who is preaching the Absolute Truth
- This means that devotional service to Krsna cannot be checked by political or religious convention. The stage of devotional service is always transcendental
- Those who engage in transcendental Krsna consciousness, giving up all the stereotyped activities of this material world, are freed from social conventions
- Whatever activities they (all the Yadus and the residents) performed - social, political, religious or conventional - were transcendental
- When Krsna was insulted by Sisupala in the assembly of raja-suya yajna convened by Maharaj Yudhisthira, there was a great turmoil amongst the Pandavas and Kurus, involving grandfather Bhisma
- When natural feelings of love for Krsna become fully manifest, a devotee can neglect conventional social rules and regulations
- When one chants the holy name of the Lord in ecstasy, not caring for outward social conventions, it is to be understood that he is atma-mati. In other words, his consciousness is turned toward the Supreme Personality of Godhead
- Without any pretentious conventions