SB 3.22.37 —39

SB 3.22.37 —39

HG Narayani Devi Dasi  April 28, 2017 SB 3.22.37 — Therefore, O Vidura, how can persons completely under the shelter of Lord Kṛṣṇa in devotional service be put into miseries pertaining to the body, the mind, nature, and other men and living creatures? SB 3.22.38 — In reply to questions asked by certain sages, he [Svāyambhuva Manu], out of compassion for all living...

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SB 3.22.35

SB 3.22.35

Damayanti Devi (Cottonwood, Arizona) April 26, 2017  SB 3.22.35 — Consequently, although his duration of life gradually came to an end, his long life, consisting of a Manvantara era, was not spent in vain, since he ever engaged in hearing, contemplating, writing down and chanting the pastimes of the...

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SB 3.22.34

SB 3.22.34

Girigovardhana Prabhu (Potomac, Maryland) April 25, 2017 SB 3.22.34 — Thus Svāyambhuva Manu was a saintly king. Although absorbed in material happiness, he was not dragged to the lowest grade of life, for he always enjoyed his material happiness in a Kṛṣṇa conscious...

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SB 3.22.29-31

SB 3.22.29-31

Narahari Prabhu (Honolulu, HI) April 21, 2017 SB 3.22.29-30 — The city of Barhiṣmatī, rich in all kinds of wealth, was so called because Lord Viṣṇu’s hair dropped there from His body when He manifested Himself as Lord Boar. As He shook His body, this very hair fell and turned into blades of evergreen kuśa grass and kāśa [another kind of grass used for mats], by means of...

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SB 3.22.26-28

SB 3.22.26-28

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami April 20, 2017 SB 3.22.26-27 — After asking and obtaining the great sage’s permission to leave, the monarch mounted his chariot with his wife and started for his capital, followed by his retinue. Along the way he saw the prosperity of the tranquil seers’ beautiful hermitages on both the charming banks of the Sarasvatī, the river so agreeable to saintly...

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SB 3.22.21 —23

SB 3.22.21 —23

Vidagdha Madhava Prabhu (Hawaii)  April 18, 2017 SB 3.22.21 — Śrī Maitreya said: O great warrior Vidura, the sage Kardama said this much only and then became silent, thinking of his worshipable Lord Viṣṇu, who has a lotus on His navel. As he silently smiled, his face captured the mind of Devahūti, who began to meditate upon the great sage. SB 3.22.22 — After having...

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