Nama Article 14th May 2014
Srimad Bhagavatham 7:5:5
तत् साधु मन्येऽसुर-वर्य देहिनां सदा समुद्विग्न-धियाम् असद्-ग्रहात्
हित्वात्म-पातं गृहम् अन्ध-कूपं वनं गतो यद्धरिम् आश्रयेत
Sri Prahlada says, "For all embodied souls whose mind is ever disturbed with the false ideas of 'I' and 'Mine', I hold this to be good, O Chief of demons, that having abandoned one's home, which degrades one's soul, and is just like a well whose mouth is hidden, one should go to the woods and take refuge in Sri Hari."
Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji
On reading this Ãlangudi Periyava left home. He wandered about as 'avadhoota' (naked). He reached the outskirts of Mudikondan village and sat below a tree. He was uttering the Bhãgavata sloka without stopping even for a moment. On the request of villagers he received 'kãshãyam' (the ochre robe), 'dhandam' (the staff of an ascetic) and 'kamandalu' (the vessel used for carrying water) and came into the village to narrate the Bhãgavatam. Why did he take sanyãs? To discourse on the Bhãgavatam!
Please check these: Excerpts from a discourse by our Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji
Every grain that is eaten has the name (of the one who would consume it) on it! Since Lord sends each one down to the earth only after sending down whatever is needed by each, all these will come by even without your effort. Do chant the Divine Name and Lord will take care