Krishna based email chain letter promoting happiness.
Gouranga gouranga gouranga. Shout garanga for happiness. Send this email to 56 other people - or die from terminal unhappiness. Gouranga gouranga gouranga.
is a word that is used by Hare Crishna monks meaning be happy!
happy monk guy- how are you today friend? are you happy?
guy- no! now go away!
happy monk guy- say gouranga it means be happy it will cheer you up
Guy- humph! gouranga...............he your right i feel happy already!
when you play gta 1 you can usually find a line of monks (the orange guys) if you kill them all at once gouranga apears in big letters across the screen
Gauranga (Gouranga) was a nickname of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, a monk in India who 500 years ago (sorta) founded the Hare Krishna sect.
There were lots of "GOURANGA!" posters in Scotland in the 70's and spam still goes around now. They just want people to be happy!
Call out Gouranga be happy!!!
Gouranga Gouranga Gouranga ....
That which brings the highest happiness!!
In Grand Theft Auto I, six Hare Krishna pedestrians roamed the streets chanting. If you killed all of them simultaneously you would get bonus points and the game would proclaim, "Gouranga!"
Dude, get a Beast GTS, it makes it easier to get gouranga.
gouranga means golden limbs and refers to the last avartar of god who descended to earth 500 years ago.
This incarnation chaitanya mahaprabhu was golden in complection and so named golden limbs gauranga. he appeared in india and demonstrated how by chanting hare krishna mantra the soul is noticebly cleansed and perfection will be had through this process.
Hare krishna hare krishna krishna krishna hare hare hare rama hare rama rama rama hare hare.
on the bridges the monks put this up they say it means be happy but the name itself is happiness.
May Gouranga follow you wherever you may go!
The Hare Krishnas were wandering around the airport chanting "gouranga" repeatedly.
Sanskrit ford for Gold.
Often attributed to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, because of his perfect golden complexion.
(15th Century avatar of the supreme Krishna)
Gouranga! (Be happy, as it refers to Catanya's preaching on returning to Godhead)