SB 3.24.6

SB 3.24.6

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami June 8, 2017 SB 3.24.6 — After many, many years, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Madhusūdana, the killer of the demon Madhu, having entered the semen of Kardama, appeared in Devahūti just as fire comes from wood in a sacrifice.  ...

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SB 3.23.44

SB 3.23.44

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami May 25, 2017 SB 3.23.44 — After coming back to his hermitage, he divided himself into nine personalities just to give pleasure to Devahūti, the daughter of Manu, who was eager for sex life. In that way he enjoyed with her for many, many years, which passed just like a moment.  ...

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SB 3.23.36-37

SB 3.23.36-37

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami May 18, 2017 SB 3.23.36-37 — The sage could see that Devahūti had washed herself clean and was shining forth as though no longer his former wife. She had regained her own original beauty as the daughter of a prince. Dressed in excellent robes, her charming breasts duly girded, she was waited upon by a thousand Gandharva girls. O destroyer of the enemy, his fondness...

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SB 3.23.10

SB 3.23.10

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami May 11, 2017 SB 3.23.10 — Śrī Devahūti said: My dear husband, O best of brāhmaṇas, I know that you have achieved perfection and are the master of all the infallible mystic powers because you are under the protection of yoga-māyā, the transcendental nature. But you once made a promise that our bodily union should now fulfill, since children are a great quality for a...

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SB 3.23.4-5

SB 3.23.4-5

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami May 4, 2017 SB 3.23.4-5 — The daughter of Manu, who was fully devoted to her husband, looked upon him as greater even than providence. Thus she expected great blessings from him. Having served him for a long time, she grew weak and emaciated due to her religious observances. Seeing her condition, Kardama, the foremost of celestial sages, was overcome with compassion...

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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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