109 Comments to “

5 Habits for a Celibate Monk

  1. Kuldeep Soni

    Mar 5th, 2012

    Nice analogy which compare the every aspect of habits of celibate monk.

  2. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Mar 5th, 2012

    Thank you for sharing this wonderful analogy.

  3. Vidya Patham

    Mar 5th, 2012

    Wonderful examples. Thank you very much for sharing this interesting article.

  4. sajeev

    Mar 5th, 2012

    great post….thank u baladev prabhu

  5. dhananjay

    Mar 6th, 2012

    extremely tension free life………

  6. deepak bagla

    Mar 6th, 2012

    amazing article

  7. deepak kumar

    Mar 6th, 2012

    wonderful .last statement is really amazing. i will try to full it.

  8. shyama radhika devi dasi

    Mar 6th, 2012

    simply wonderful.

  9. Chetan

    Mar 6th, 2012

    Nicely explained 5 Habits for a Celibate Monk. Thank you for sharing.

  10. Arvind

    Mar 6th, 2012

    Thank you for sharing. This will be helpful for us for balancing our life.

  11. Rajeev

    Mar 6th, 2012

    Very very nice principles some of them will really help in our life style as well ..

  12. Paramesvara Dasa

    Mar 6th, 2012

    Very nice inspiring instructions for a successful monk. Of course everyone should become monk. All glories to all monks.

  13. Chetan N

    Mar 6th, 2012

    Wonderful article by disciple of Radhanath Swami!!!

  14. Ravi Garg

    Mar 6th, 2012

    Beautiful article……ideal habits for steady growth in spiritual life……

  15. Abhijit Toley

    Mar 7th, 2012

    Great to have the celibate’s life demystified. After reading this, it doesn’t seem odd. It’s quite logical and reasonable.

  16. Anagha

    Mar 7th, 2012

    Awesome article…

  17. umesh

    Mar 8th, 2012

    great points for the celibates.

  18. Ujwal Wani

    Mar 8th, 2012

    Valuable inputs from spiritual life perspective. Simple points but very difficult to follow. Another reason to appreciate the Celibate monks…

  19. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Mar 8th, 2012

    We should try to emulate these 5 habits. Thank you for showing us the way.

  20. supriya gore

    Mar 9th, 2012

    nice article

  21. Amar Solanki

    Mar 9th, 2012

    amazing article

  22. Kuldeep Soni

    Mar 9th, 2012

    Simply Great.

  23. Anand

    Mar 9th, 2012

    Informative article on how a practitioner of bhakti yoga needs to lead his life & what qualities should he imbibe that can foster his progress on spiritual path.

  24. Pradeep Iyer

    Mar 9th, 2012

    Well said, most this is true for everyone even if you are not a monk!

  25. Pradeep Iyer

    Mar 9th, 2012

    Well said, most of this is true for everyone even if you are not a monk!

  26. mahesh kohale

    Mar 9th, 2012

    very imp points, useful for all people not just celibate

  27. Damodar

    Mar 10th, 2012

    Nice article by Baldev pr. Thanks for sharing

  28. Hemant Solanki

    Mar 10th, 2012

    Hare Bol Thank You for sharing

  29. Anil

    Mar 12th, 2012

    beautiful analogy

  30. madhura

    Mar 12th, 2012

    Amazing!

  31. Jagannath Dham Das

    Mar 13th, 2012

    A very precise & complete article on the habits for any sincere spiritualist !
    Thanks for sharing it prabhu !
    Hare Krishna !

  32. Anagha warade

    Mar 13th, 2012

    Thank you for sharing…

  33. Ganesh Gavali

    Mar 13th, 2012

    Haribol!Amazing article.Thank you for sharing with all of us.

  34. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Mar 13th, 2012

    Wonderful analogy.Hopefully this will encourage us to emulate these “Pancha Lakshanas”.

  35. Ganesh Gavali

    Mar 14th, 2012

    Beautiful article

  36. Ankush

    Mar 14th, 2012

    Wonderful lessons

  37. Milind M Churi

    Mar 15th, 2012

    Very nicely explained in a very short and sweet way.OK we will try to follow it under able guidance.Thank you very much.

  38. Bhaskar

    Mar 15th, 2012

    This article provides us the detaials of how actually a life to be? If we follow this principle in our life then for sure we will be in a position of moving close to spirituality.

  39. vraja bihari dasa

    Mar 15th, 2012

    amazing!! i had heard of seven habits of higly effective people and now by baladev pr’s mercy i know of the five habits of highly effective celibates. thanks a million for this practical guidance

  40. Sumit Sharma

    Mar 15th, 2012

    Amazing.

  41. Ram Kushal Bihari Singh

    Mar 19th, 2012

    wonderful article based on the teachings of Radhanath Swami!!!

  42. madhura

    Mar 22nd, 2012

    wonderful!

  43. Saurabh

    Mar 28th, 2012

    Very valuable lessons. Thank you very much

  44. Shyam Mahtani

    Apr 8th, 2012

    This is a very nice article. These principles should be followed by all. Thank you for sharing.

  45. Achyuta Govinda

    Apr 27th, 2012

    MAny thanks for the nice analogies 🙂

  46. shailesh

    May 2nd, 2012

    Thank you very much for such beautiul examples and explanation.Hare Krsna !

  47. Arjun K Ramachandra

    May 9th, 2012

    That’s really a tension free life!

  48. nandkishor das

    May 20th, 2012

    Wonderful one-
    1) Kaaka Snaan-value every moment
    2) Baka Dhyaan-focus
    3) Alpa Bhojan-austere/just the needful
    4) Svaan Nidra-always alert
    5) Videsh gaman-detached/vasudev kutumbakam

  49. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Jun 3rd, 2012

    Wonderful analogies!

  50. Tapas

    Jun 28th, 2012

    As I have heard,the sloka (with exactly same meaning)is
    “Kaka Snanam, Baka Dhyanam, Swana Nidra tathai bacha
    Alpaahari, Griha Tyagi Vidyarthi Panchalaxanam”

    Thank you for explaining the concept I had heard years before.

  51. Vaibhav Sharma

    Aug 26th, 2012

    Hare Krishna !! Very Nice article !! I specially liked the point of ‘kaak snaan’. As now a days people spend lot of time decorating their bodies !! Thank you very much.

  52. Aishwarya

    Sep 5th, 2012

    Wonderful examples. Very graphic.

  53. Udisha

    Sep 6th, 2012

    Very relevant article with great analogies….the points could be useful to every reader as celibacy is not from the body but from our mind and consciousness.

  54. ASH

    Sep 6th, 2012

    Very instructive for maintaining a regulative life.

  55. Tallam Sita Ramaiah

    Sep 8th, 2012

    These are very good examples to understand how to lead a simple life. Devotional life needs simplicity. No wonder all the brahmacharies are able to concentrate on devotional service only. Hari Bol.

  56. nandkishor das

    Sep 8th, 2012

    very enlightening

  57. swathi .k

    Sep 27th, 2012

    very thoughtful and helps in our day to day life

  58. 5 HABITS OF BRAHMACHRYA ARE VERY HELPFULL TO CONTROL THE SENSES

  59. nandkishor das

    Oct 5th, 2012

    very nicely explained if one can follow it sincerely one can achieve perfection

  60. amit

    Oct 5th, 2012

    really
    no need to do so much work like a ass in specially software componys
    thats why Krishna says mam maya durataya

  61. Sahil Khosla

    Oct 5th, 2012

    Very nice articles explaining the austerities of a celibate… Thnxs for sharing

  62. chandraprakassh

    Oct 6th, 2012

    wonderful …………really thought provoking

  63. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Oct 14th, 2012

    Very informative article with wonderful analogies.

  64. Y.Raja Shekar

    Oct 17th, 2012

    Under the able guiadance of HH Radhanath Swami, all the celibate monks of Sri Sri Radhgopinath ashram are not only perfectly following these principles but also helping others in the society to achieve the perfection in life and go back home back to Godhead.

  65. satish rane

    Oct 19th, 2012

    hare krishna, good article. Thought provoking.

  66. Y.Raja Shekar

    Oct 22nd, 2012

    Wonderful principles with analogies for spiritual progress. HH Radhanath Swami exemplified all these principles and set an example for the other monks to follow. That’s the great leadership quality, i.e., to lead from front.

  67. Saurabh

    Oct 23rd, 2012

    Very important qualities to be imbibed by everyone. Thank you so much for sharing.

  68. vaishali kamat

    Nov 15th, 2012

    Thank you for sharing this information. It is not only relevant for celebates, but also for all those who want to lead a focused and successful life.

  69. Vinay Malani

    Dec 12th, 2012

    The 5 principal habits mentioned in the article can indeed help a spiritual seeker to make rapid spiritual advancement if he practices these with diligence & sincerity.

  70. prasad

    Dec 25th, 2012

    It is very essential that a sincere practitioner of always keeps all these wonderful instructions in mind. Thank you very much for sharing it!!

  71. Venkat

    Dec 27th, 2012

    Simple and weightless lifestyle for a speedy spiritual ride !! Thanks.

  72. Tallam Sita Ramaiah

    Jan 4th, 2013

    This demonstrates how the life can be made simple and it is definitely possible. What is needed is will power. These brahmacharies are the role models for people who want to lead a simple life. Hare Krishna.

  73. Sunny Hinduja

    Jan 5th, 2013

    Key for rapid spiritual advancement.

  74. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Jan 7th, 2013

    Great instructions using wonderful analogies.

  75. sundarkanai das

    Jan 10th, 2013

    5 super condensed accurate lifestyle for renunciates.

  76. Vivekanand Shanbhag

    Jan 10th, 2013

    veryy informative and inspiring article of habits of a monk

  77. Padmalochana

    Jan 10th, 2013

    Very good article, teaching the 5 aspects of life

  78. damodar

    Jan 11th, 2013

    point of Alpa bhojan is really helpful, if we eat less there is no problem in getting early in the morning and we can finish our activities in time, and we will be fresh all the day.Thanks to Baldev das for nice article, keep posting such articles.

  79. Prahalad Kaul

    Jan 11th, 2013

    Nice tips to maintain celibacy

  80. Ankush Mahajan

    Jan 11th, 2013

    On a broader perspective these principles are applicable to all those who want to practice devotional life. Very nice article. Thanks for sharing.

  81. Abhinav

    Jan 16th, 2013

    Thanks for the key points.

  82. Anurag Pandey

    Jan 16th, 2013

    Wonderful thoughts. If we can follow then truly we can save time and energy to serve Krishna

  83. bharat

    Jan 21st, 2013

    Very informative and refreshing concepts of daily habits. Even as Grihasta one should be strictly observing the rules of celibacy.

  84. Rajshekhar

    Jan 22nd, 2013

    Anyone who follows will be happily situated in life. HH Radhanath Swami says that we can get so many lessons from the nature and animals around us only if we have eyes to see.

  85. Anil Timbe

    Jan 28th, 2013

    The beauty of this article is to learn so important lessons from animals that are so unnoticable. Really if we see around us through eye of expert teacher, like Radhanath Swami, we can learn so many important lessons so easily. Thanks for sharing.

  86. S kumar

    Feb 15th, 2013

    This is very nice stuff and also you can follow
    http://celibacylife.blogspot.in/

  87. anil

    Mar 30th, 2013

    Wonderful Habbits i think it should not be only for monks but for every individual. Even ordinary people, who are not spiritually inclined, if they follow they will make very fast progress in their material life.

  88. Sunil

    Apr 16th, 2013

    Beautiful except the 5th point all the above 4 point stand true for grhastra also and not only for brahamcharis..to advance in spirutual life..

  89. pranjal

    May 6th, 2013

    These rules have to be followed by everyone who are serious for their spiritual life…Though married people cannot roam around and preach ,still they should be preaching in whatever place they are living in…when they will be properly situated in Krishna Consciousness, they can feel detachment to their house,relatives, money etc.

  90. Rajesh

    May 15th, 2013

    Insightful article. Though the 5 things to be taken care of as mentioned in the article are given here for the celibates; I think the first 4 equally apply to the married people also. The 5th one may not apply to them initially but in the later stages of thier lives the married men should also try to apply this ( at least the principle by being less atached to home)

  91. NSP

    May 29th, 2013

    Very useful article! Thanks for sharing!

  92. Himanshu Goel

    Jun 16th, 2013

    Nice

  93. preeti kumari

    Jul 16th, 2013

    so nicely explained and compared all five habits it is really good for steady spiritual progress

  94. Sandeep V Kulkarni

    Aug 2nd, 2013

    Harih Om,

    Ati uttamam, prerakam, satyam vaakyam cha.

    Bahu Dhanyavaadah,

    Shubha Samayah, Ram Ram.
    Sandeep

  95. Dr Satpute Satchidanand R

    Aug 14th, 2013

    Awesome. Easy way of demonstrating the complicated topic. thanks

  96. Nikhil Damwani

    Aug 21st, 2013

    Thanks for the key points.

  97. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Sep 18th, 2013

    Very nicely explained with wonderful analogies.

  98. Gokul Sundari Devi Dasi

    Sep 18th, 2013

    Wonderful article thanks for sharing..

  99. onkar deshpande

    Sep 23rd, 2013

    These are such deep words. The deptb of realizations Radhanath maharaj has cannot be measured by our tiny little brains. Its really amazing. Even one quality if we imbibe in our life our life is successful. Thank u maharaj.

  100. Balaram Acharya Das

    Oct 18th, 2013

    Great article.. Jai Gurudev!!

  101. Kalpana Kulkarni

    Apr 11th, 2014

    Very informative & inspiring!

  102. NSP

    Apr 17th, 2014

    Great article!

  103. Anup Shah

    Apr 21st, 2014

    Very practical and deep insight!

  104. Arun Deshmukh

    Jun 2nd, 2014

    Very amazing these regulations are perfectly fit for day to day life also… great

  105. Suman Bangera

    Jul 27th, 2014

    Nice Points. Thanks for sharing.

  106. Balkrishan Arora

    Jul 29th, 2014

    It’s such a good article written by Baldev Das, desciple of Radhanatha Swami

  107. vidya

    Oct 6th, 2014

    too good examples!!!

  108. Srinivas

    Oct 14th, 2014

    Very wonderful description about must follow principles for a celibate monk.


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