These are three words of the name of God. One is Krishna, one is Rama and there is the word Hara, from the word Hara comes Hare, addressing, and Krishna addressing the Lord and Rama addressing the Lord

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"These are three words of the name of God. One is Krishna, one is Rama and there is the word Hara, from the word Hara comes Hare, addressing, and Krishna addressing the Lord and Rama addressing the Lord"

Lectures

Bhagavad-gita As It Is Lectures

These are three words of the name of God. One is Krishna, one is Rama and there is the word Hara, from the word Hara comes Hare, addressing, and Krishna addressing the Lord and Rama addressing the Lord. Rama means Parabrahman, one who is the enjoyer and Krishna is also Parabrahman, one who attracts everyone. Especially Krishna Balarama, there is no difference between Rama and Balarama. There is no difference between Krishna, Balarama and Rama.

Prabhupāda: We should be constantly offering this prayer. This Hare Krishna mantra is a prayer,

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

These are three words of the name of God. One is Krishna, one is Rama and there is the word Hara, from the word Hara comes Hare, addressing, and Krishna addressing the Lord and Rama addressing the Lord. Rama means Parabrahman, one who is the enjoyer and Krishna is also Parabrahman, one who attracts everyone. Especially Krishna Balarama, there is no difference between Rama and Balarama. There is no difference between Krishna, Balarama and Rama.