Vishnusahasranama

Sharvah: The Remover of all sins.

Sinful activities are of two kinds: those which are mature and those which are not mature. The sinful activities for which we are suffering at the present moment are called mature. The many sinful activities stored within us for which we have not yet suffered are considered immature.

bādhyamāno ’pi mad-bhakto viṣayair ajitendriyaḥ

prāyaḥ pragalbhayā bhaktyā viṣayair nābhibhūyate(SB 11.14.18)

My dear Uddhava, if My devotee has not fully conquered his senses, he may be harassed by material desires, but because of his unflinching devotion for Me, he will not be defeated by sense gratification.

The story of Ajāmila, who began life as a fine and dutiful brāhmaṇa, but in his young manhood became wholly corrupted by a prostitute. At the end of his wicked life, just by calling the name of “Nārāyaṇa [Kṛṣṇa],” he was saved despite so much sin.

By performing Vedic ritualistic activities, by giving money in charity and by undergoing austerity, one can temporarily become free from the reactions of sinful activities, but at the next moment he must again become engaged in sinful activities.

But for the one who practices devotional life, just by practicing Bhakti yoga, all sins can be destroyed.

Lets chant the Holy Name more and more to rid ourselves of all our sins from all our past births.

Anybody can chant the Mahamantra and be rid of all sins.

 “Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare”

Nama 26 – VishnuSahasranama

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