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Pages in category "Sraddha"
The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.
- Advaita Acarya said, "feeding you is equal to feeding ten million brahmanas. Therefore, accept this sraddha-patra." Thus Advaita Acarya made him eat
- All the chaste and honest daughters of Maharaja Daksa, such as Sraddha, Maitri and Daya, whose blessings were always effective, bathed Maharaja Gaya with sanctified water. Indeed, they were very satisfied with Maharaja Gaya
- Angira's wife, Sraddha, gave birth to four daughters, named Sinivali, Kuhu, Raka and Anumati
- Sadhana-bhakti divided into many different parts, including faith, association with devotees, initiation by the spiritual master, engagement in ds under the instructions of a spiritual master, steadiness in ds and the awakening of a taste for ds
- Sraddha, faith in Krsna, is the beginning of Krsna consciousness. Faith means strong faith
- Sukadeva Gosvami has used the word sraddhanvita for one who is trained in spiritual life. Sraddha, or faith, is the beginning
- That purity is said, adau sraddha: "Beginning is faith." Now tato sadhu-sangah: "You mix with faithful men." Then it will develop. Otherwise, if you take simply initiation and then sleep, then faith will be lost. That is happening
- The names of the thirteen daughters of Daksa who were given to Dharma are Sraddha, Maitri, Daya, Santi, Tusti, Pusti, Kriya, Unnati, Buddhi, Medha, Titiksa, Hri and Murti
- The word sraddhavan (faithful) means understanding Krsna to be the summum bonum - the eternal truth and absolute transcendence
- These thirteen daughters produced the following sons: Sraddha gave birth to Subha, Maitri produced Prasada, Daya gave birth to Abhaya, Santi gave birth to Sukha, Tusti gave birth to Muda, Pusti gave birth to Smaya, Kriya gave birth to Yoga
- Those fathers and ancestors who, by freaks of nature, might not have a gross body for material enjoyment can again gain such bodies due to the offering of sraddha oblations by their descendants