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George Harrison ~ Hare Krishna Maha~Mantra

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Published on Mar 1, 2009

This track produced by George Harrison and featuring the London Radha Krsna Temple reached the No12 position in the UK singles chart in 1969. The album now known as "Goddess of Fortune" Has become a timeless classic loved by many.
The words to the Mahamantra follow........

HARE KRISHNA
HARE KRISHNA
KRISHNA KRISHNA
HARE HARE
HARE RAMA
HARE RAMA
RAMA RAMA
HARE HARE

Srila Prabhupada says,

Rama and Krishna are names of God, and Hare is the energy of God. So when we chant the maha-mantra, we address God together with His energy. This energy is of two kinds, the spiritual and the material. At present we are in the clutches of the material energy. Therefore we pray to Krishna that He may kindly deliver us from the service of the material energy and accept us into the service of the spiritual energy. That is our whole philosophy. Hare Krishna means, "O energy of God, O God [Krishna], please engage me in Your service." It is our nature to render service. Somehow or other we have come to the service of material things, but when this service is transformed into the service of the spiritual energy, then our life is perfect.

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