Cow Protection and Krishna Consciousness

… a blog by Madan Gopal Das

Archive for the 'Personal Reflections' Category


   Jun 17

Cow slaughter statistics

Hare Krsna! In India flesh of hen i.e. chicken is around Rs 110 per Kg, that of goat around Rs 220/Kg and beef around rs 60/kg. Actually in USA it is opposite. How is flesh of cow in India so cheap? In India cows are not only killed only for flesh. In India all parts of cow or […]

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   Jun 08

Proper knowledge about cows – story of Narada Muni.

Hare Krsna! Today there is general apathy and neglect towards cows because of gross lack of knowledge about her and her glories. Therefore there is great need to reawaken and spread it among people. People feel maintaining cows after their milking period as burdensome because they don’t know her full glories.

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   Jun 01

Glory of Vedic Culture.

Hare Krsna! Difference between modern western culture and ancient vedic culture Modern scientists have done great research with respect to externals in human existence. The basis on research was human physical body. Sages in vedic times had researched on internal aspects of human existence. Western advancement gave thought to external beauty where as vedic munis (sages) gave importance to beauty. […]

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   Apr 08

Vrindavan Yatra Reflections – Part II

Hare Krsna! Vrndavan dham ki jaya. What Krsna promises and expects in Bhagavad Gita. There are few themes which are spoken repeatedly in Bhagavad gita by lord  Krsna. I am discussing two of those today. They are as follows. Equanimity in all conditions of life. Developing loving devotional service unto him. To make it more […]

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   Apr 08

Chant and be happy!!!

Hare Krsna! We have heard many times that Krsna consciousness means pure bliss. Just chanting, dancing and feasting. But we see in today’s age many of us devotees are not happy and certainly not blissful. Some of us are. We are practicing devotees. We chant 16 rounds. Follow 4 regulative principles. Then where are we […]

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