SB 3.2.30

SB 3.2.30

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) April 24, 2015 SB 3.2.30 — The great wizards who were able to assume any form were engaged by the King of Bhoja, Kaṁsa, to kill Kṛṣṇa, but in the course of His pastimes the Lord killed them as easily as a child breaks...

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SB 3.1.45

SB 3.1.45

Girigovardhana Prabhu (Potomac, Maryland) March 17, 2015 SB 3.1.45 — O my friend, please, therefore, chant the glories of the Lord, who is meant to be glorified in the places of pilgrimage. He is unborn, and yet He appears by His causeless mercy upon the surrendered rulers of all parts of the universe. Only for their interest did He appear in the family of His unalloyed devotees the...

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SB 3.1.44

SB 3.1.44

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) March 16, 2015 SB 3.1.44 — The appearance of the Lord is manifested for the annihilation of the upstarts. His activities are transcendental and are enacted for the understanding of all persons. Otherwise, since the Lord is transcendental to all material modes, what purpose could He serve by coming to...

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SB 3.1.43

SB 3.1.43

Puskara Prabhu (Alachua, Florida) March 13, 2015 SB 3.1.43 — Despite His being the Lord and being always willing to relieve the distress of sufferers, He [Kṛṣṇa] refrained from killing the Kurus, although they committed all sorts of sins and although He saw other kings constantly agitating the earth by their strong military movements carried out under the dictation of three kinds of false pride....

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SB 3.1.42

SB 3.1.42

Narahari Prabhu (Honolulu, HI) March 12, 2015 SB 3.1.42 — I am not astonished at this, having traveled over the world without being seen by others. The activities of the Personality of Godhead, which are like those of a man in this mortal world, are bewildering to others, but I know of His greatness by His grace, and thus I am happy in all...

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SB 3.1.41

SB 3.1.41

HH Bhakti Prabhupada-vrata Damodara Swami March 11, 2015 SB 3.1.41 — O gentle one, I simply lament for him [Dhṛtarāṣṭra] who rebelled against his brother after death. By him I was driven out of my own house, although I am his sincere well-wisher, because he accepted the line of action adopted by his own...

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