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Pages in category "Kaveri River"
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- After visiting the temple of Siyali-bhairavi (a form of the goddess Durga), Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, the son of mother Saci, went to the bank of the river Kaveri
- All these rivers (Brahmaputra, Sona, Candravasa, Tamraparni, Avatoda, Krtamala, Vaihayasi, Kaveri, Veni, etc.) are transcendental. Therefore one can be purified by remembering them, touching them or bathing in them. This practice is still going on
- Anyone living on the land adjacent to these rivers (Ganges, Yamuna, Godavari, Kaveri, Krsna and Narmada) is naturally advanced in spiritual consciousness
- In India, all the big places of pilgrimage are situated on nice rivers like the Ganges, Yamuna, Sarasvati, Narmada, Godavari and Kaveri
- In India, all the big places of pilgrimage are situated on nice rivers like the Ganges, Yamuna, Sarasvati, Narmada, Godavari and Kaveri. Ambikavana was situated on the bank of the Sarasvati, and Nanda Maharaja and all the other cowherd men went there
- India has many sacred rivers, such as the Ganges, Yamuna, Narmada, Kaveri and Krsna, and simply by bathing in these rivers people are liberated and become Krsna conscious
- The five sacred rivers in India - Ganga, Yamuna, Narmada, Kaveri and Krsna - are all celestial. Like the Ganges River, the Narmada River also flows in the higher planetary systems
- The most important place of pilgrimage in southern India, or Dravida, is Venkatacala, commonly known as Balaji. After visiting this place Lord Balarama proceeded toward Visnukanci, and from there He proceeded on the bank of the Kaveri
- Two of the rivers - the Brahmaputra and the Sona - are called nadas, or main rivers. These are other great rivers that are very prominent: Candravasa, Tamraparni, Avatoda, Krtamala, Vaihayasi, Kaveri, Veni, Payasvini, Sarkaravarta, Tungabhadra
- When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu came to the land of Sri Ranga-ksetra, on the bank of the Kaveri, He visited the temple of Sri Ranganatha and was there overwhelmed in the ecstasy of love of Godhead
- While going to Visnukanci, He visited Sivakanci. Lord Balarama took His bath in the river Kaveri; then He gradually reached Rangaksetra. The biggest Visnu temple in the world is in Rangaksetra, and the Visnu Deity there is celebrated as Ranganatha
- While there, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu took His bath in the river Kaveri and visited the temple of Sri Ranga. Every day the Lord also danced in ecstasy