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Here scientifically minded people, teachers, indologists, etc. will find a source of valuable knowledge and information, presented in the form of books and articles written for and by scholars, journalists and critics. It also provides a good basis for university and college students to get acquainted with Vedic wisdom in general and Vaishnavism in specific.

  • Bhagavad-gita On-line
    The full text of the Bhagavad-gita As It Is. Comprehensive and authoritative. Presented in its original understanding by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. With roman transliteration, English equivalents, fluent translation and elaborate purports following the Brahma-Madhva-Gaudiya Sampradaya.

  • For Scholars By Scholars
    Selected articles from the Journal of Vaishnava Studies, a quarterly, interdisciplinary publication dedicated to the in-depth study of the vaishnava traditions of India from ancient times to the present. The journal highlights the research of vaishnava scholars and scholars of vaishnavism, thus representing both practitioner and academic points of view.

  • The Six Systems of Vedic Philosphy
    The word veda means "knowledge." In the modern world, we use the term "science" to identify the kind of authoritative knowledge upon which human progress is based. To the ancient people of Bharatavarsha (Greater India), the word veda had an even more profound import that the word science has for us today.

  • Hinduism, Followers of the Veda
    A Christian, visiting India from the West, would surely think it strange if he or she was told by an Indian, "You are a follower of Jordanism." Look here for a thorough explanation of what Hinduism actually stands for.

  • Doubt and Certainty in Krishna Consciousness
    This article on the principles of establishing truth originally appears as a chapter in Substance and Shadow, by His Holiness Suhotra Swami.

  • Apasampradayas
    In the fourth chapter of Bhagavad-gita, Lord Krishna declares Himself to be the original source of the transcendental science of bhakti-yoga, and He confirms that one is connected to this knowledge only through an authentic disciplic succession. Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur identifies thirteen apasampradayas, or false successions that split away from the Brahma-Madhva-Gaudiya Sampradaya after Lord Caitanya's disappearance.

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