What does it mean when someone says Hare Krishna?
1) Hare Krishna is a part of an old Sanskrit Chant invoking various qualities of the Hindu god Krishna.
Hare can mean “he who removes illusion” or “the energy of god” depending on different interpretations.
Krishna means to attract in sanskrit, but it is the primeval name of God…..
so it means praise God.
What is the belief of Hare Krishna?
Hare Krishnas believe they are cooking for the pleasure of God. They never sample the food they are cooking, since it must be offered to Krishna first. Moreover, Hindus believe that food absorbs the consciousness of the cook.
What does Hare mean in Hindu?
The Hare Krishna mantra is composed of Sanskrit names in the singular vocative case: Hare, Krishna, and Rama (in Anglicized spelling). “Hare” can be interpreted as either the vocative form of Hari, another name of Vishnu meaning “he who removes illusion”.
Why should we chant Hare Krishna?
Chanting Hare Krishna invokes spiritual peace—for you and for those around you. When you chant Hare Krishna, Krishna Himself becomes pleased. When you chant Hare Krishna, Krishna dances on your tongue. By chanting Hare Krishna you can return to Krishna’s world, the eternal abode of full happiness and knowledge.