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hlādinī — this refers to the svarūpa śakti which is predominated by hlādinī. Hlādinī is the potency which relates to the bliss aspect (ānanda) of the Supreme Lord. Although the Supreme Lord is the embodiment of all pleasure, hlādinī is that potency by… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
hlādinī-śakti — this refers to the svarūpa śakti which is predominated by hlādinī. Hlādinī is the potency which relates to the bliss aspect (ānanda) of the Supreme Lord. Although the Supreme Lord is the embodiment of all pleasure, hlādinī is that potency by… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
paṇḍitâ̱hlādinī — पण्डिताह्लादिनी … Indonesian dictionary
Radha — For Radha, the mother of Karna from Mahabharata, see: Radha (Mahabharata) Hdeity infobox| Caption = A Rajastani style painting of Radha Name = Radha Sanskrit Transliteration = Rādhā Devanagari = राधा Kannada = Pali Transliteration = Tamil script … Wikipedia
Kirtanananda Swami — Kirtanananda Swami, also known as Swami Bhaktipada, [Within ISKCON he is now known as Kirtanananda das, as he is regarded as long fallen from his sannyasa vows of celibacy.] (born September 6, 1937) was the highly controversial charismatic ISKCON … Wikipedia
Radha — mit Krishna Radha (Sanskrit, f., राधा, Rādhā) ist in der hinduistischen Mythologie die ewige Gefährtin und Geliebte Krishnas. Radha war eine der Gopis (Kuhhirtinnen), die gemäß den Erzählungen in Vrindavan, dem Ort von Krishnas Kindheit, gelebt… … Deutsch Wikipedia
Киртанананда Свами — В Википедии есть статьи о других людях с такой фамилией, см. Хэм. Киртанананда Свами Kirtanananda Swami … Википедия
Radha — Radha is a popular female figure in Hindu mythol ogy and literature. She is usually presented as the primary consort of KRISHNA; their passionate love has served as a spiritual model and inspiration in Indian culture. Radha appears in… … Encyclopedia of Hinduism
ānanda — spiritual bliss, ecstasy, joy or happiness; that which Śrī Bhagavān relishes through His hlādinī śakti … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia
guhya-vidyā — when viśuddha sattva is predominated by hlādinī, it is known as guhya vidyā, or confidential knowledge. This guhya vidyā has two faculties: bhakti and that which bestows bhakti. It is by these two agencies that bhakti, which consists of prīti… … The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia