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About Krishna's Mercy
Krishna's Mercy is an organization dedicated to glorifying God, the Supreme Absolute Truth, as He is described in Vedic texts like the Bhagavad-gita, Shrimad Bhagavatam, and Ramayana and the teachings of the famous Vaishnava authorities on bhakti-yoga, such as Vyasadeva, Narada Muni, His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Lord Chaitanya, Shrila Rupa Gosvami, Lord Shiva, King Janaka, Shri Hanuman, Goswami Tulsidas, and others.
Titles By Krishna's Mercy
“Subsisting on fruits and milk, chant Shri Rama’s holy name for six months. Tulsidas says that by following this formula all auspiciousness and every perfection will arrive in the palm of your hand.” (Dohavali, 5)
“The Delight of Vrindavana” is a collection of nineteen essays that discuss these issues and more through delving into many of Shri Krishna’s most famous pastimes and understanding them within the context of the ancient teachings of the Vedas and their foremost authorities.
"From the seeds distributed to the disciples by the spiritual master, trees of devotion get planted everywhere. But what’s even more remarkable is that the guru teaches his spiritual descendants how to distribute seeds themselves. This was especially the mission of Lord Chaitanya, who cut through the barriers erected by sectarian traditions and ignorance by traveling from town to town and inducing others to chant the names of Hari [Krishna]. Without the seed, there cannot be any fruit, so without the holy name being freely distributed to everyone, the ancient art of bhakti remains a secret known only to a select few. Since bhakti is the constitutional position of the soul, it should not remain hidden from anyone."
Forever Rama's is a collection of nineteen essays discussing the verses from the Ramayana where Sita Devi rebukes Ravana's advances and warns him of how her husband Rama will come to rescue her and destroy him in the process.
“God Is Glorious” is a collection of fifteen essays that discuss these issues and more, relying on the authority of the Vedas, the ancient scriptural tradition of India.
“The Supreme Lord, Purushottama, or Shri Krishna, is the maintainer of all, in both the transcendental and material worlds. He is the life and friend of all because there is eternally natural affection and love between the living entities and the Lord. He is the one friend and well-wisher for all, and He is one without a second. The Lord maintains all the living entities everywhere by His six transcendental opulences, for which He is known as bhagavan, or the Supreme Personality of Godhead.” (Shrila Prabhupada, Shrimad Bhagavatam, 3.9.22 Purport)
“Welcoming Rama” is a collection of nine essays discussing the verses in the Ramayana which describe the time when Rama and Lakshmana visited the female ascetic Shabari in the forest.