1 edition of Chinna Katha found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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" The old man got up and said "My dear son, have you not read in the scriptures that God is omnipresent?
" The old woman marvelled at the righteous conduct of Ramakrishna. He said with a beaming smile: "Come, let us go together to your place to eat and drink. For the education of the son, the mother made many a sacrifice. Once again he entreated: "Mother, I have now some money. This palace is Chinna Katha of Rajo Guna and Tamo Guna. Iswara came and saw this. He at once called all the royal retinue for a sudden meeting. If all the men in this village were good, this woman would not have turned bad.
I shall not be alone for I will have these cows to keep company.
Therefore before I can use the mind for anything, I need your permission. " Sathyakama prostrated to Indra and thanked him for reminding him of the fact that it was time for returning.
" The boy nodded his head and promised that he would not eat sweets. Do not give up your worldly duties, but do them with the Name of God on your lips, thus inviting the Grace of God upon you. " The dog said: "Make him a manager of a temple. " The mother replied: "This is not Chinna Katha right time. There he selected an exquisitely beautiful spot by name Panchavati.
Not only the Prime Minister but all the officials were now getting frightened, because the time when the King usually took his food and drink had passed and the king still had not stirred.
It has given me so much enthusiasm.
" "Well," said Chaitanya, "I shall give you a sacred name on one condition, when you go for thieving, you must first recite the sacred name I give you 1008 times.