The Glories of the Month of Kartika

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A friend sent me this pdf file, proclaiming the glories of the the month of Damodara or Kartika. Click on the following link to view or save it to your computer.

click on following link; The Glories of Kartik

Kartika, or the festival of offering lamps to Lord Krsna, lasts the entire month of Damodara, (Kartika) starting from Oct. 8th – Nov. 5th, which glorifies Krsna’s pastime of being bound with ropes by Mother Yashoda.

One may also observe the following foremost activities throught the entire month;

* Japa – chanting the holy names of the Lord.
* Worship Krsna by offering ghee lamps, flowers, incense, food etc.
* Practice brahmacarya – celibacy
* Worship of Tulsidevi
* Give in charity
* Perform austerities

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