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Nava-vraja-mahimā 4 - Volume Four - cover

Nava-vraja-mahimā 4 - Volume Four

Sivarama Swami

Publisher: Magyaroroszági Krisna-tudatú Hívők Közössége

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Summary

From the author of the highly acclaimed Krishna in Vrndavana series comes a nine volume literary treasure, Nava-vraja-mahima. In this epic work of over 4,000 pages, Sivarama Swami reveals the glories of the sacred dhama through the medium of pastime, parikrama, and philosophy.
 
Volume 4 is a glorification of Yoga-pitha and Radha-kunda, then parikrama from Siva-khor to Svananda-sukhada-kunja, and Radha-Gokulananda Mandir, with a special Appendix of Sri-Vilapa-kusumanjali

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