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Na Pāraye ’Ham — I Am Unable to Repay You - I Am Unable to Repay You - cover

Na Pāraye ’Ham — I Am Unable to Repay You - I Am Unable to Repay You

Sivarama Swami

Publisher: Magyaroroszági Krisna-tudatú Hívők Közössége

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With this second book in his planned series Krishna in Vrindavan, Sivarama Swami again inundates our hearts with the nectar of pastimes and conversations from the transcendental land of Braja. Based on the commentaries of Srila Prabhupada and the previous acaryas. Na Paraye ‘Ham explains some of the principles of transcendental love – describing Sri Krishna’s love, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s love, and Srimati Radharani’s love, respectively. Their love flows like great rivers into the ocean of prema, and by the mercy of our predecessor acaryas, devotees can touch the shores of that ocean and savor some drops of its nectar.

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