SB 3.14.35 —36

SB 3.14.35 —36

SB 1.2.31 — After creating the material substance, the Lord [Vāsudeva] expands Himself and enters into it. And although He is within the material modes of nature and appears to be one of the created beings, He is always fully enlightened in His transcendental position.

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SB 3.12.53 — 57

SB 3.12.53 — 57

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami May 26, 2016 SB 3.12.53 — The two newly separated bodies united together in a sexual relationship. SB 3.12.54 — Out of them, the one who had the male form became known as the Manu named Svāyambhuva, and the woman became known as Śatarūpā, the queen of the great soul Manu. SB 3.12.55 — Thereafter, by sex indulgence, they gradually increased generations of...

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SB 3.12.49 — 52

SB 3.12.49 — 52

Gaudacandra Prabhu (Los Angeles, California) May 25, 2016   SB 3.12.49 — Thereafter Brahmā accepted another body, in which sex life was not forbidden, and thus he engaged himself in the matter of further creation. SB 3.12.50 — O son of the Kurus, when Brahmā saw that in spite of the presence of sages of great potency there was no sufficient increase in population, he seriously...

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SB 3.12.48

SB 3.12.48

Girigovardhana Prabhu (Potomac, Maryland) May 24, 2016 SB 3.12.48 — Brahmā is the personal representation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead as the source of transcendental sound and is therefore above the conception of manifested and unmanifested. Brahmā is the complete form of the Absolute Truth and is invested with multifarious...

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SB 3.12.44 — 47

SB 3.12.44 — 47

Madan Mohan Prabhu (Alachua, Florida) May 23, 2016 SB 3.12.44 — The science of logical argument, the Vedic goals of life, and also law and order, moral codes and the celebrated hymns bhūḥ, bhuvaḥ and svaḥ all became manifested from the mouths of Brahmā, and the praṇava oṁkāra was manifested from his heart. SB 3.12.45 — Thereafter the art of literary expression, uṣṇik, was generated...

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SB 3.12.43

SB 3.12.43

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami May 19, 2016 SB 3.12.43 — The four divisions of retired life are the vaikhānasas, vālakhilyas, audumbaras and phenapas. The four divisions of the renounced order of life are the kuṭīcakas, bahvodas, haṁsas and niṣkriyas. All these were manifested from...

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