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Which one is better - to go to Vrindavan or to have a big harinam?
January 16th will also be my birthday and I am extremely excited for it!
Comment Posted By Ravinjay On 13.11.2009 @ 11:58
My mother bought the book “Vaisnava Teachings in Sikhism” (and I am sure it is yours) last year or so from Mathura. We are also Sikhs so it is very nice to hear that our great great great ancestors were devotees also.
Bhakta Ravinjay Kuckreja
Comment Posted By Ravinjay On 22.07.2009 @ 12:19
I do not find this so surprising as Asia is influenced by the Vedic literature. You should see Bali or Yogyakarta in Indonesia which is also filled with gods although Indonesia is a Muslim country. I have heard about this last year near around the time it was built. My dad when to see it and got me some chocolates of it which contains a milk chocolate Asura head and a white chocolate Deva head. They should really built something like this is Mayapur like the Bhagavad-gita museum. Having it about Srimad Bhagavatam is a very nice idea!
Comment Posted By ravinjay On 15.09.2008 @ 10:25
Hare Krsna! I also agree with Sikhi Mahiti prabhu and Syamasundara prabhu. It have to be simple yet elaborate. If we add to many things on something especially when it is a long term thing, the real beauty of it is gone. The main goal of it is to show the Vedic planetary system. The building itself have to be like a 3D model of it. You can add the Lord’s pastimes but I prefer that to be on the inside of the building, the main temple. You can put it on the exterior but make sure it does not mix with the planets and so on. Do not add to much of gold as it is very common. On the inside make it grand with gold and marble but the outside should be not so bright. Blue is actually a perfect fit. Also to make the planets come to life, add light on the inside so every star can shine as bright as the real ones on the sky. Make sure Goloka is bright but also make sure it is not so bright or not you will not be able to see Goloka. You can make it Indian. It should be Indian but the fancier it is the more it will also look like Taj Mahal. Also on the steps for the entry, make sure you add some kind of rough surface as if it rains people may slip. I am also very curios what the glass pyramid on the front is for. I know it is good according to the Vastu but according to the 3D animation of it, there is a staircase going in the pyramid. The Pyramid should also be more “Krishna-ish” or not it would look like a replica of the glass pyramid infront of the museum in France. I am not being demanding. These are just suggestions.
Comment Posted By ravinjay On 10.09.2008 @ 13:46