What are the four special qualities present only in Kṛṣṇa?

Lord Nārāyaṇa has sixty transcendental qualities. Over and above these, Kṛṣṇa has four extraordinary transcendental qualities absent in Lord Nārāyaṇa. These four qualities are: (1) His wonderful pastimes, which are compared to an ocean; (2) His association in the circle of the supreme devotees in conjugal love (the gopīs); (3) His playing on the flute, […]


There are two ways, because there are two kinds of people in this world. One is called dhira, and the other is called adhira. Adhira means almost animal. They cannot control their senses. Dhiranam mean sober, gentle. One who can control sense. . He is called dhira. In the Rupa Gosvami’s obeisances we find, the […]


If one is unhappy to see the distress of other living beings and happy to see their happiness, his religious principles are appreciated as imperishable by exalted persons who are considered pious and benevolent. One generally follows different types of religious principles or performs various occupational duties according to the body given to him by […]


There are some persons who accept only the good qualities of others. Just like the bee and the fly: The bee always is attracted by the honey and flies go to open sores. Bee is always interested in the honey in the flower and does not consider the thorns and colors, highly qualified persons, who […]