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  1. Top Bhajan Haare Haare Haare Tum Haare Ke Sahare
  2. Top Bhajan Kaun Kehta Hain Babosa Aatein Nahin
  3. Hoke Mast Malanga main
  4. Top Bhajan Mere Babosa Humesha Mere Saath Rahein
  5. Top Bhajan Kab Aayega Mera Babosa
  6. Churu Ke Kan Kan Main Basera Karta Bbaosa
  7. Baba Na Bhulana
  8. Babosa Mujhe Teri Zaroorat Hain
  9. Babosa Mera Tujhe Hain Yeh Kehna
  10. Aao Aao re Chagni Ke Lal
  11. Jis Ghar Main Shree Babosa Ki
  12. Babosa 108 Naamavali-Babos ake 108 Naam
  13. Dil Hain Udhas Aur Akhiyon Main Paani
  14. Tujh Sang Preet Lagayee Babosa
  15. Nayiya Meri Dol Rahin
  16. Meri Aap Ki Kripa Se
  17. Bin Bole Bhakton ko
  18. Bhakton Ko Babosa Ka Vardaan Hain Manju
  19. Babosa Sharan Aaja
  20. Babosa Mix Bhajans
  21. Mahima Tumhari Aparampar
  22. Babosa Thikana Batla Do
  23. Mat Ghabra Man Bawre
  24. Mere Ghar Aaye Ek Din Pyare Babosa
  25. Babosa Tere Bharose Mera Parivar Hai
Babosa devotees often say that religion without philosophy is sentimental and philosophy without religion is dry speculation. Religion expresses itself through culture: different codes of behavior that help us to become aware that we are not this temporary material body but an eternal spirit soul, servant of God.

Although our state of mind is seen through the nature of our activities (how we dress, eat, talk etc.), the type of activites we perform also affects our state of mind. This means we can elevate our consciousness by elevating the nature of our activities. All spiritual activities help us to purify our consciousness and direct it towards God.

Because of this, a vaishnava (devotee of Krishna) does not take the regulations of spiritual life as restrictions, but rather as ‘regulative principles of freedom’ – a tool for advancing personal character development & spiritual consciousness.

The four basic principles are as follows:

1. Cleanliness: Of body, mind and soul.
This means the daily washing of the body, but also refraining from illicit sex (only sex for procreation within marriage). Celibacy, recitation of God´s (Krishna´s) holy names and studying the holy Scriptures help us to keep the mind and soul clean and balanced.

2. Mercy: To help living entities (materially as well as spiritually).
True followers of the Vedic (or any other) Scriptures are strictly vegetarians. It is perfectly possible to live healthily and happily without needlessly killing innocent animals. To kill our fellow living entities instead of protecting them, is against the laws of God.

3. Austerity: To take only what we really need, without greed or violence.
Intoxications like alcohol, hard and soft drugs, tobacco, caffeine etc. make someones mercy and friendliness disappear. Addictions are not only unnecessary, but also very harmful (to body, mind and to others). The best alternative for addictions is an awakening of our eternal relationship with God (Krishna) by living in accordance with His laws.

4. Truthfulness: Means that we should not lie or gamble.
Gambling destroys truthfulness because it is an attempt to bypass the laws of nature and obtain material profit without honestly working for them.
An honest deed is the best gamble in the world and a sure winner.
There are many rules and regulations to follow in human life which help us to be healthy, happy and successful. The most important of all is:

Always remember Babosa (God) and never forget Him.


“Karma” means “activity”, and the law of karma is the law that regulates the reactions to our activities. The law of karma is the natural law of action and reaction. In physics this is expressed by Newton’s law, “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”. Or, in Christian theology, “As ye sow so ye shall ye reap”.
From a practical point of view this means that good actions give good results and bad or destructive actions give bad or less fortunate results.

It should be noted here that all souls are essentially good. This means that just because someone gets a bad reaction it does not mean that they are a bad person. Another important point is that karma is temporary. This means that although we may be experiencing a particular set of circumstances right now those circumstances will change in the future. This could happen in this life or even future lives. Not only is karma temporary it is also possible to change one’s karma, or even get rid of it altogether by acting spiritually in the service of God.

Good reactions include things like wealth, beauty, intelligence and happiness. Bad reactions include things like poverty and disease. In order to fully understand how karma works the concept of reincarnation must also be looked into. See the page on Reincarnation for more information.

Karma (good or bad) creates a continuous cycle by which one is entangled in repeated actions and subsequent reactions. As long as one is in this cycle one will naturally experience both happiness and distress. The philosophy of the devotees of Krishna teaches how to break this cycle and achieve a state of eternal happiness known as liberation in a pure relationship with Krishna (God).

From the spiritual point of view, that of eternity, it doesn’t really matter if one has “good” or “bad” karma. This is because past material karma does not impede one from making spiritual advancement.

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