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  1. does one just need to think of the supreme god at the time of death? is there anywhere where it is said so?
  2. Shri Krishna said, "Arjuna, One may be desirous of praising by reciting the thousand names. But, on my part, I feel praised by one shloka[url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shloka"]. There is no doubt about it."
  3. In hinduism, there are many things that science can't proove and has prooven. Such as when we say trees are living, science proves that later on. Or about the bridge between india and sri lanka, science has been able to see that using sattelite systems. So from this, do you think that most facts in hinduism are going to be proven slowly by science as everything that hinduism says is true?
  4. I was wondering that because you mostly think of that person and it does take your mind away from the lord so is this bad or something Lord Krishna think of as normal for us?
  5. In bhagavatam purana, it is stated that whenever the supreme incarnated, he brings his original home to earth just as he did in rama avatar, krishna avatar, and chaitanya mahaprabhu avatar. All this is explained in the bhagavat purana. for 2nd question, whoever you worship, that is where you would go to. If you dearly worship krishna, you go to goloka. Vishnu-Vaikuntha, and rama-ayodhya. They all provide unlimited enjoyment, pastimes, and service to the supreme. they are not really different because rama, vishnu, and krishna are all one. But krishna is the original personality of godhead and his plant goloka is the biggest planet shaped like a lotus. I do not know the simple yes/no response as probably nothing has been said about your question.
  6. Hari Dhaama is a dhaama of goloka, mathura, dwarika, navadvipa, and ayodhya, and vaikuntha. the dhamas are collectively named hari dhaama since krishna is the original hari from everyone else such as rama, chaitanya mahaprabhu incarnate. The reason (in your explanation), goloka (krishna), hari (in this case vishnu) and ayodhya (rama) are seperarted is because these are the 3 main dhamas among haari dhama. In goloka, krishna eternally resides, in vaikuntha (in you caase hari dhama)-4 armed form of lord vishnu resides, and in ayodhya-lord rama eternally resides. Dvarika, navadvipa, and mathura are not mentioned is because 1) the lord himself does not incarnate to rid the earth of evil and 2) these are not krishna's homes, but the places he lived after he left his home. None the less, all dhamas are very important and contain a form of the supreme.
  7. yes, there are others as well but these might be the most important. As for other questions, they might not show ayodhya because it is the kingdom of lord ram while the other 4 are kingdoms of lord krishna. and because almost all sites focus on lord krishna, only description of his kingdom is given. Despite the fact that chaitanya mahaprabhu and lord ram are lord krishna himself, they will now show navadvipa or ayodhya as they do not have anything to do with krishna himself( in his original form).
  8. For all the-dhamas, visit this: http://www.veda.harekrsna.cz/planetarium/index.htm it will answer most of your questions, search the site and you will find answer to probably all questions.
  9. You can search google and find legit sites. If you go to india, you will find many stores with many puranas. I found a link with bhavishya purana, it may not be complete, i don't know but it is a bit lenghty. http://www.astrojyoti.com/BhavishyaPurana.htm
  10. I agree, here is an interesting link: http://www.veda.harekrsna.cz/planetarium/index.htm
  11. In the krishna series, Shri Krishna's teacher sandipani described the ART OF DYING which may be one of the most important things you can do or learn. In it, he said, at the last moment of life, chant the supreme lord's name and be in a state of supreme lord's conciousness. I also heard from some one that by doing this at the last moment, that person attains the supreme lord and he is relieved from the circle of life and death. Does anyone have any specific reference from bhagavatam or other puranas so i can read it? or if you have anything to add to this.
  12. Anyone know where to read kalki purana in english, i found one in sanscrit or devarangi but i can't find it in english. I also found other major 18 puranas in english but they are not complete and only long summaries. does anyone know where to get these and kalki purana?
  13. this is what i heard in vishnupuran but online, it says 12.
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