Makara

Makara Myth or fact?
Swami Narasingha
Dinosaurs in the Srimad Bhagavatam In Sanskrit 'Makara' is a word that means ‘sea dragon’ or ‘aquatic-monster,’ long thought to be a mythical creature in Hindu and Buddhist traditions. Paintings and sculptures of this fantastical creature are found in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand,... Read More
Editorial
Swami Narasingha
This issue of the Gaudiya Touchstone’s cover story is Kumbha- Mela, the world’s largest act of faith. During January/February of this year news media across India and around the world turned their attention to the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and mystical Saraswati rivers at Allahabad, the... Read More
Contents
Kumbha Mela, Makara, Pliosaur, Srila Prabhupada, Swami Narasingha, Nagas
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