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Grhastha Licences

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 1)   An innovative theory on gåhastha sex within marriage has emerged, citing Manu-saàhitä as its authority. Attempting to be more accommodating, the theory introduces “second class” and “third class” gåhasthas, both of whom are supposed to be allowed more sex life…
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Cosmological Discoveries

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 9)   Four interesting scriptural discoveries have come to light recently regarding our ongoing quest to understand Vedic cosmology as delineated in the Fifth Canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam. His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada requested his disciples to construct “The Temple of…
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Copernican Revolution

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 7) From the historical point of view, when India was colonized by the British years ago, some Westerners, motivated by a desire to decrease the faith of the indigenous people in their own scriptures and a hope to convert them to Christianity,…
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Our Tiny Universe

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 1)   From Vedic literature we find that our universe, compared to other universes, is relatively small. The Brahmä in charge of this universe has only four heads, whereas Brahmäs managing larger universes have proportionately more heads.  “Kåñëa said, ‘Your particular universe…
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Nectar or Pus?

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 4) Vegan leaders say that milk is pus. Is this correct? Is milk pus? Lord Krsna and all the Vedic authorities say that milk is nectar and these rascals say milk is pus. And some neophyte devotees are listening to such nonsense…
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Discussion On Dairy

By various devotees (see below for details) (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 16)   Sometime vegans say that no other species drinks the milk of another species which means that humans should not do so either. Well, humans have hands and brains that allow them to milk cows whereas other species lack such…
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Is Milk for Everyone?

By Hare Kåñëa Devé Däsé (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 16) If milk is so beneficial, why is there so much controversy about it? The controversy on milk dates back to the 1950s through the 1970s. During that time, international relief agencies gave out millions of tons of surplus milk at home…
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Dairy

by Kurma dasa (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 16) Melbourne, July 2, 1974: Dr. Roy Muncing and Dr. Brian Harrap worked for the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO). Dr. Harrap was officer-in-charge of the Dairy Research Laboratories at the organization’s Division of Food Processing. The men had come with some prepared…
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The Dairy Wary

By His Holiness Danavir Goswami (Vaiñëava Society Vol. 10) Some vegetarians turn out to be the most vociferous critics of milk—in any form. They openly advertise “MILK IS PUS.” They claim that cow’s milk is never to be drunk or used by humans because: A) cow’s milk is meant solely…
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