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Srimad Bhagavatam English Translation with Sanskrit
He maintains everything, and He is the Supreme Person. He is the chief and original person, and we are His subordinate parts and parcels.
The simultaneous oneness and difference between Krishna and all others can be explained by the following example. I am one with the President of the United States because we are both humans and both Americans, but the difference is that he is the chief American, whereas I am a subordinate. Similarly, Krishna is the Supreme Person, and everyone else is subordinate to Him. Considering that Lord Krishna is vastly more powerful than anyone and that He is a person, one should recognize that His personal activities must be extraordinary.
There is one verse in the Second Canto of the Bhagavatam where Krishna in His incarnation of Lord Rama is described as becoming so angry that His very glance generated burning heat in the ocean, causing fear to the fish and crocodiles. No one can be angry like the Lord.
Srimad-Bhagavatam is made up of thousands of such verses describing the transcendental philosophy and superhuman activities of the Supreme Person. In another canto of the Bhagavatam it is described that Krishna in His original form married 16, wives and that He expanded into 16, Krishnas to act as an attentive husband to each.
One who knows the spiritual science of Krishna consciousness can understand how such acts are possible for God. Krishna expands Himself, by His feature called Supersoul, in the heart of every living creature, and as Supersoul He supplies everyone with memory, intelligence and forgetfulness.
Therefore, since Krishna is in the hearts of all the countless living entities, it was not very difficult for Him to come out of the hearts of 16, women who were His great devotees and marry them. But only God can do such things. God is the Supreme Person, and His personal pastimes as presented in the Srimad-Bhagavatam are recited and glorified by the greatest transcendental poets and philosophers.
Whatever Krishna does, being absolute in quality, can liberate whoever submissively hears such pastimes. Chased by the demon Jarasandha, Krishna left a battlefield because He had to tend to another pastime, which also involved fighting with armies, to rescue His chief queen, Rukmini.
At that time Krishna and His brother, Balarama, fled from the demon to the top of a high mountain. Jarasandha set the mountain on fire, and Krishna and Balarama leaped down from the mountain, which was eighty-eight miles high. No one can perform such feats but the Supreme Personality of Godhead. There are no activities within our experience that can compare to His pastimes. Krishna and Balarama leaped from the mountain. Of course, God can jump eighty-eight billion miles if He so desires. He challenged and played a trick on Krishna by stealing His cowherd friends and cows.
Krishna then proved Himself by manifesting the whole universe within His body, and Brahma fell down dumbstruck. Your body has inconceivable potency. They know that they themselves cannot lift a hill, so they think that it must be impossible for God also.
The philosophers of the impersonal school do not believe that God is a person who has His own eternal activities. Because in this miserable material world there is a variety of people, activities, eating, talking, singing and so forth, they take it that spirit must be devoid of all variety and personality. They want to make everything zero, and they think this to be perfection.
They take the Absolute Truth to be a kind of blank or void. But this idea of the Supreme is not supported by the version of the Vedic literature.
Throughout the whole of the Vedic scriptures we hear that Lord Visnu, Lord Krishna, is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the eternal source of everything. There is no void anywhere in His creation.
Nor can a living entity do away with his individual personality because, like the Supreme Lord, we are eternal persons. The impersonalist philosopher is fearful of real spiritual life because of his bitter experience with personal varieties in material life.
He is like a man who has been ill in a hospital for a long time and who, when told that one day he will recover his health, eat normally and have many pleasurable activities, does not believe it because of experiencing only misery for so long.
But factually there is healthy, normal life. There is an eternal, blissful life of variety and personality in loving service to the Supreme Person. Certainly the activities and relationships of this material world are false because they are impermanent, but eternal truth is not void, zero or without variety.
The best method for getting rid of all confusion about actual spiritual life is to hear the authorized version of Srimad-Bhagavatam. The purpose of holding the Bhagavatam class is to facilitate such hearing.
All confusion about the nature of God and the living entity will be cleared up as one hears Krishna conscious philosophy from great authorities. It is extremely important that one hear Bhagavatam from the right person, a bona fide spiritual master, if one tries to understand the pastimes of the incarnations of Godhead on his own, or if he is misled by a mundane academic scholar, he will come to the wrong conclusion and think that God is an ordinary man or that God is impersonal.
But who is the bona fide spiritual master from whom we must hear? And when you have thus learned the truth, you will know that all living beings are but part of Me- and that they are in Me, and are Mine. Such a teacher carries the message of Krishna as it is. You are as good as Krishna. Forget Krishna.
What the spiritual master says is also stated in the scripture and upheld by the disciplic succession of bona fide teachers. For example, Krishna first spoke the truth of the Bhagavatam to the first living entity, Brahma, who in turn spoke it to Narada. Narada spoke it to Vyasadeva, who spoke it to Sukadeva.
In this way it has come down to the present age, and Srila Prabhupada, our spiritual master, is a bona fide teacher in this direct succession from Krishna. How does he speak, and how does he walk? He controls his senses by fixing his consciousness upon the Personality of Godhead. Such liberated spiritual masters are not interested in telling fictional stories. Their meditation upon Krishna is accepted as meditation upon the highest transcendental truth.
His Divine Grace A. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada delivers the purifying message of Srimad-Bhagavatam to a small group of disciples in the recently opened Krishna consciousness center in Stockholm, Sweden.
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The full purport of the Mahabharata is also there. The commentary of the Brahma-gayatri is also there and fully expanded with all Vedic knowledge.
By regular hearing of the Bhagavatam and by rendering of service to the pure devotee, all that is troublesome to the heart is almost completely destroyed, and loving service unto the Personality of Godhead, who is praised with transcendental songs, is established as an irrevocable fact. Either you be a Hindu or Muslim or Mohammedan or Buddhist, whatever you like, Srimad-Bhagavata does not stop you, but it gives you hint what is the purpose of religion.
The purpose of religion is to develop your love of Godhead. It is a form of worshiping Lord Krishna in transcendental Vedic language that creates a positive energy in the consciousness.
Chanting forms the basis of Vedic life. Whether in the earlier ages of fire sacrifices or the present age, chanting, either of Vedic mantras or the holy name is very important. The Vedic verses are transcendental and not made of mundane sound. Repeating these verses does not cause boredom but increases peace in the mind.
The powerful effects of chanting mantras are glorified not only in the Vedic literature but also by psychological researchers of the modern period. When we try to memorize a Shloka, it keeps reverberating in our minds, leaving no room for the devil.
First it is a challenge to memorize it and when that is done, it becomes a pleasure to just keep repeating it. Besides filling up our minds with positive vibrations and thoughts, Shlokas also serve to remind us of helpful philosophy at difficult times.First it is a challenge to memorize it and when that is done, it becomes a pleasure to just keep repeating it.
Srila Prabhupada only translated up to Tenth Canto Chapter But the difference is vast. This hearing and chanting engage two important senses—the ear and the tongue—and thus the restless mind is captured, and one can think of Krishna, the goal of life. February 15, at 3:
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