Interfaith Dialogue by Radhanath Swami

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Published on Jun 10, 2011 by Radhanath Swami

Radhanath Swami at Somaiya College, Mumbai in an Interfaith Dialogue with leaders of different religions.

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30 comments

  • Arjun K Ramachandra 8 years ago

    Radhanath Swami has so expertly presented the essence of all religions and highlighted their similarities rather than differences. This is the quality of a true saint.

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  • Rasaraj das 8 years ago

    [showRating value=’5′]Thought provoking.

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  • nitin 8 years ago

    nice story and conclusion

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  • sunil 8 years ago

    so nicely Radhanath swami has explains how to resolve the conflicts among the different spiritual leaders . true religions teaches one to unite no matter what.

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  • sunil 8 years ago

    so nicely Radhanath swami has explains how to resolve the conflicts among the different spiritual leaders . true religion teaches one to unite no matter what.

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  • Sumit Sharma 8 years ago

    Amazing Radhanath Swami.

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  • Swapnil Gaonkar 8 years ago

    Very nice sppech by Radhanath Swami

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  • madri 8 years ago

    Amazing way how he speaks, one is compelled to think after you hear him speak.

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  • rishi 8 years ago

    Thanks so much for this wonderful message.

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  • Ankit patel 8 years ago

    Hare Krsna…………………

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  • Kalpana Kulkarni 5 years ago

    I’m sure the students must have been entranced by his talk as always.

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  • biswajit 5 years ago

    wonderful message

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  • Vinay Malani 5 years ago

    HH Radhanath Swami often emphasizes in his discourses that actual essence of a true religion is transformation of heart & developing love of God. It is not about trying to superficially change one’s faith with the sole motive of proving superiority of one religion over others.

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  • Sanjiv 5 years ago

    So true. It is said that a true saint is loved by all since he is really truly concerned about the welfare of all living beings

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  • Piyush Singh 5 years ago

    A very touching instance narrated by HH Radhanath Swami. It’s really a very bewildering situation for the kids whose parents decide to separate for petty reasons. In this case we see a very appropriate example where the couple decides to sacrifice their own selfish interests for the benefit of their children. The point HH Radhanath Swami is making is very very important because everyone must understand this and sacrifice own selfish interests for the pleasure of God almighty, who is worshiped differently in different religions. Amazing video.

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  • biswajit 5 years ago

    Amazing video.

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  • biswajit 5 years ago

    nice story and conclusion

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  • Sumit Sharma 5 years ago

    Thanks for sharing this video.

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  • Kalpana Kulkarni 4 years ago

    Amazing lecture! Actually all religions teach us the same goal – to develop love for God and purify our existence. But certain leaders and politicians and others with vested interests sow the seed of hatred in people following different faiths. Radhanath Swami is a classic example of a true Guru who loves people from othr faiths and preaches tolerance. Wish people could understand this and cultivate a spirit of Universal brotherhood. sounds utopian but not impossible.

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  • Pradeep Kumar 4 years ago

    Very heart touching video. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Y Raja Shekar 4 years ago

    Radhanath Swami brings about the unity in diversity calling for one religion of loving God.

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  • CS Sandeep S. Shinde 4 years ago

    Very nice video. Thank you very much.

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  • Y Raja Shekar 4 years ago

    A true religion gives the knowledge about God and teaches how to love God. Anything apart from this is not bonafide and not to be treated as religion at all.

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  • CS Sandeep S. Shinde 4 years ago

    Wonderful video. Thank you very much.

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  • Keshav Kishor Das 4 years ago

    So true….! Spiritual leaders are like parents to their congregations………! No matter what goes on, We need to resolve our differences for the sake of higher principles geared towards achieving “Love of God”…!

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  • Mark Paredes 4 years ago

    I heard Radhanath Swami also spoke at Google office

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  • CS Sandeep S. Shinde 4 years ago

    Wonderful video. Thank you very much.

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  • Kalpana Kulkarni 3 years ago

    Radhanath Swami is a classic example of religious tolerance.

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  • Sumit Sharma 3 years ago

    That’s very true Sunilji! Basically, every religion teaches how to love and serve the Lord and His creation. Without this, one can never assume any true universal brotherhood.

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