~~OM~~ This whole Guru Gita is the king of mantras, because without devotion to the Guru you will never learn any other mantra. This is primary education. We want to fall in love with our teachers so we soak up their knowledge like a sponge. We want to become worthy of their knowledge. And we […]
In this age of darkness, fear of death has taken over the minds of us all. Ramakrishna and one of his disciples are engaged in a deep conversation regarding death. Ramakrishna says, “Look, God is the ocean of nectar. Don’t you have the desire to dive in and swim in the ocean of eternal bliss? […]
~~OM~~ Keshab Sen went to Ramakrishna and he said, “Thakur, Why don’t you build hospitals and schools, and be a benefactor to society?” And Ramakrishna got mad and He said, “Oh, Hospitals and schools! You’ll always have sick and you’ll always have ignorant. That’s not going to change the course of humanity. Let me realize […]
Shree Maa has said how she has learned everything from her guru, Sri Ramakrishna. “When I was a young child, even from the age of l five years old, I used to help my grandmother in the household chores. One day I was sweeping the floor, and when I had finished cleaning the rooms, I […]
Fried eggplant is one of Sri Ramakrishna – and Shree Maa’s – favorite vegetables. Maa often makes this easy and delectable dish at festival times, such as Kali Puja, Ramakrishna’s birthday, and the Navaratri Annapurna Puja.
This episode of the Shree Maa Sings podcast is Shree Maa singing the English song “I Am That”
This episode of the Shree Maa Sings podcast is Shree Maa singing the English song “Kali Thanksgiving”
This episode of the Shree Maa Sings podcast is Shree Maa singing a beautiful song to Krishna.
In this part of the Shree Maa Sings podcast a devotee reads a poem about Shree Maa and the Devi Mandir. Afterward Shree Maa sings the English song “I Love You All”
In this part of the Shree Maa Sings podcast series Shree Maa sings “Satyam Shivam Sundaram”
In this part of the Shree Maa Sings podcast series Shree Maa sings the Annapurna Stotram.