Question to Radhanath Swami: Our life should be in such a way that it should not disturb the nature. If that is true, looking to the world and if we contemplate for a while, I can conclude that only animals are things which are not disturbing the nature. Every human is disturbing the nature.
Question to Radhanath Swami: We have been told that maha-mantra is the highest of all sound vibrations. Sometimes, what happens is that when we are in our locality or we are in our home, some of our relatives play Bollywood or Hollywood songs. So we are accustomed to that sound and so we start chanting maha-mantra in that particular tune. So will that give same benefit as we chant normally? And sometimes all the day long we chant mantra in that tune only. Is it beneficial?
Question to Radhanath Swami: We have heard that in Hinduism, you can find yourself through meditation. If more people get the right values and follow this path of spirituality, then there would be much greater peace in the world. Why don’t we use a tract of science to prove these values and the way they work?
Question to Radhanath Swami: Can you explain who exactly is a devotee? What is the definition of devotee? Can we call someone who chants Hare Krishna as a devotee or is it something beyond?
Answer by Radhanath Swami: One time Lord Chaitanya in Puri was asked the same question. There were a group of Vaishnavas,
Question to Radhanath Swami: What is your favorite sweet in prasadam?
Answer by Radhanath Swami: This is a very philosophical question! In Sanskrit, the word sweet is called ‘madhuram.’ So if I really think about this question, I would say, my favorite sweet is the Hare Krishna Mantra,
Question to Radhanath Swami: We know that there are many Gods in India, but why do you worship Krishna?
Answer by Radhanath Swami: In the Bhagavad-Gita, there is a beautiful verse: