Culture

Radhanath Swami on Culture

Philosophy is like a product and culture is like the packaging. Without proper packaging the product will not be protected nor will it even look attractive.

Culture

Culture means to understand how to respect others according to their particular positions with a proper service attitude.

Meaning of Culture (In the Broader Sense)

Often when we think about culture, we think of music, art, literature, dance — all these things. So that is one facet of culture. But in a broader sense, culture means the whole way of life, the people — how they do everything, what they do, what their goals are, how they interact with each other — come to minute details.

Lecture on "Vaisnava Culture" – 13th Oct 2000

Vaisnava Culture

The center of Vaisnava culture is hearing and chanting about Krishna, serving Krishna in the association of devotees. But there are many details. Just like in Nectar in Devotion there are listed sixty-four angas, or parts, of devotional service.

Lecture on "Vaisnava Culture" – 13th Oct 2000

Basis of Any Culture

Any culture, or way of life of people, is based on the worldview of that people, or the philosophical outlook of that people.

Lecture on "Vaisnava Culture" – 13th Oct 2000

Vaisnava Culture

Vaisnava culture is based on the philosophy of understanding the Absolute Truth as described in the Vedic literature, that human life is meant for God-realization. That’s Vaisnava culture.

Lecture on "Vaisnava Culture" – 13th Oct 2000

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