Jayah, Satya-sandah

Viṣṇu-sahasranāma 511-512 | December 11, 2016 |

English with தமிழ் Translation; Tiruchendur, Tamil Nadu, India

Play (59 m 1 s)     Download (27 MB)    

You can mark interesting parts of the page content and share unique link from browser address bar.

Mark




Related Lectures

Materialistic Miami

June 2, 2014 |

English; Coral Springs, Florida, USA

Bhaktisiddhanta Exposes Misconceptions, Establishes Real Bhakti, Part-1

February 28, 2016 |

English; Pune, Maharashtra, India

Hellish Impersonalism

August 28, 2014 |

English; Govindadvipa, Ireland

Sikhandee, Nahushah, Vrushah

March 1, 2014 |

English; Nanda Gokulam, Andhra Pradesh, India

  • Viṣṇu-sahasranāma 312-314

  • 41 m 58 s  |  19.2 MB

  • Download
  • Play

Bhaktisiddhanta and Bhaktivedanta: Ideal Disciples and Gurus

June 1, 2011 |

English; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Benefits of Book Distribution

June 19, 2011 |

English; San Jose, California, USA

Bhaktivinoda's Lamentation, Part-9, Suno Mor Duhkher Kahini

November 19, 2016 |

English; Mayapur, West Bengal, India

Overestimation and Underestimation

January 15, 2014 |

English; Salem, Tamil Nadu, India

Statements of Srila Prabhupada That Defy Common Sense

February 8, 2012 |

Question: How do we understand the statements of Srila Prabhupada that defy common sense? My question is not specific to what I could eat to make my body happy, but "how do we understand statements by pure devotees that defy common sense?" One might be able to explain away sentences such as in the purport… Expand>

Question:

How do we understand the statements of Srila Prabhupada that defy common sense?
My question is not specific to what I could eat to make my body happy, but "how do we understand statements by pure devotees that defy common sense?" One might be able to explain away sentences such as in the purport of CC 2.4.169 Srila Prabhupada mentions that, "One should not eat fish or other non-vegetarian food during the month of Kartika. A non-vegetarian diet means fish and meat. Similarly, masura dhal and urad dhal are also considered non-vegetarian. These two dhals contain a great amount of protein, and food rich in protein is considered non-vegetarian," however if you have to give to an intelligent reader they defy common sense. So, then comes the question of hermeneutics. In our parampara, it is not just important to understand the scriptures, but the writings of acaryas such as Srila Prabhupada. I refuse to compromise myself saying that some parts of Srila Prabhupada's writings from which I can't extract sense from should be avoided.

^ Show less

English;

The Attractiveness of Srila Prabhupada, Part-4

August 23, 2014 |

English; Govindadvipa, Ireland

The Opiate of the People

August 11, 2014 |

English; Zadar, Croatia

Gurudeva Kabe Tava Karuna-prakase with Explanation

May 16, 2016 |

English; Mayapur, West Bengal, India

Jaya Radhe Jaya Krsna Jaya Vrindavan

June 24, 2016 |

English; Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India

Truth is Transcendental

February 9, 2014 |

English with தமிழ் translation; Panvila, Sri Lanka

Purusattama, Vinaya

December 7, 2016 |

English with తెలుగు translation; Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Sense Gratification Blocks Pure Devotion

November 20, 2015 |

English; Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India

Interview with Asia TV

August 15, 2016 |

English; Seattle, USA

The Paradox of Bhaktisiddhanta

December 25, 2010 |

English; Salem, Tamil Nadu, India

Mayavadi Association is the most Dangerous

December 3, 2013 |

English; Nanda Gokulam, Andhra Pradesh, India

Perfection of Religion, Part-3

February 6, 2015 |

English; Bhimavaram, Andhra Pradesh, India