The Teacher is in All

This is an excerpt of a story taken from Krishna's final teachings in the Uddhava Gita about a young avadhuta ('pure one') who enlightens a Yadu King on the nature of the Teacher: And the young avadhuta said to the Yadu King: 'Hear me well, O king, as I tell you what I have learned … Continue reading The Teacher is in All

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A Favorite Tale of Krishna and Radha’s

Uddhava, the apprentice of Krishna, one day expressed his dissatisfaction to Krishna that in-spite of studying all Vedas, Upanishadas and Sutras, he still was not recipient of the title “Maha-Rishi”, meaning the great sage. He indirectly suggested that Krishna should use his weight in the council of wise men to honor him with the title. … Continue reading A Favorite Tale of Krishna and Radha’s