But in regards to general enquiry pushtimarg books in English, there to start, ideally 84 Vaishnav Stories (Chaurasi Vaishnav Varta) or Posted – 31 October could any one tell me if these books are avilable in Englis? If they are, could you tell me where from? Jai shree Krishna. 84 Vaishnav Ni Varta [mahaprbhuji’s stories] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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The three things Krishnadasji wanted were: He would never get the Mukharta dosh vice of ill speech.

Aapshri is 1 thakurji swaroop 2 swaminiji radhaji swaroop 3 agni swaroop. One day Shri Krishnadasji went to his previous guru. Once in Jatipura Shri Mahaprabhuji was resting in Damodardasji’s lap.

Suddenly a large rock started falling. This book shows in a very simple way the basic principles of Pushtimarg. Shri Narayandasji had divine powers, gold would be unearthed from each and every place where he would dig. But what in kalyug?

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In ‘siddhant rahasya granth’ aapshri has revealed the secret how thakurji appears before him and Edited by – nikesh19 on 02 February This all possible by shri vallabhs grace. Shri Mahprabhuji came to know about this sitting at a remote place so he came to Shri Narayandasji’s house. Due to Shri Mahaparbhuji’s grace nothing happened to Shri Krishnadasji’s hands. But in regards to general enquiry pushtimarg books in English, there are many available these days.


The vartas are the easiest way to understand our sampradaya”. Shri Damodardasji is the 1st vaishnava of Pushtimarg. On seeing the gold Narayandasji would call his niece and tell her “burry this waste!!

At that moment Shrinathji came running down from Mount Goverdhan.

Best Wishes Jagdish Edited by – jagdish on 06 January From all these a selected few have been mentioned in the book titled “84 vaishanavo avishnav varta”. He went inside the temple and cooled the hot kheer with a fan. Shri Mahaprabhuji would visit and meet the previous guru of Krishnadasji.

Shri Subodhiniji, Shrimad Bhagwatam, and other granths such as Anubhashya, etc are more like university level Bachleor’sMasters. Both are equally imp. Well, It does not make any difference whether thakurji has made rules or shri Vallabh, bcoz there is no difference between them Tilkayat Goverdhanlalji used to say “If you cannot understand the principles vaishjav Pushtimarg then read the vartas daily.

I have purchased all 3 parts of the vaishnav stories online, but I was just wondering if the 84 vaishnav vaarta is diffferent or part of the vaishnav vaarta. In a hurry to meet Shri Mahaprabhuji Englisn Narayandasji started doing the sewa at fast speed. I said that because tomatoes are in the mode vartta passion rajasic so cannot be eaten.

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Shri Krishnadasji – who was a staunch vaishnav – came to know of this wish by divine power. Krishnadasji was one of the favourite disciples of Shri 844.


When Shri Gokulchandramaji touched the kheer his hands and lips were burnt. I am asking this becuase when I become older I want to offer all the food I make to Krishna- at the moment my family even eat garlic and onions and only a small offering is made to Shrinathji. This chapter gives information on the 84 i of Shri Mahaprabhuji.

In this hurry he offered very hot kheer to Shri thakorji and went away to meet Shri Mahaprabhuji.

He went back to Shri Mahaprabhuji, woke him up by doing charan-sewa and offered the mumra to him. She replied that she had no knowlege of this. S hri Mahaprabhuji accepted many jivas as vaishnavas during his life time. Why is it that despite praying to the same god Krishna we don’t offer carrots, tomatoes, watermelon and etc when they only prohibit onions and garlic? Why is it different when there is only one Krishna? I have been reading the Bhagwat Gita As It Is edition by Praphupada of the Hare Krishans, but I am finding that the explanations are very much geared towards ‘going back to godhead’ and saying the hare krishna mantra.