SB 3.33.21

SB 3.33.21

HH Hanumatpresaka Swami August 23, 2018 SB 3.33.21 Text 21: Devahūti’s husband had already left home and accepted the renounced order of life, and then her only son, Kapila, left home. Although she knew all the truths of life and death, and although her heart was cleansed of all dirt, she was very aggrieved at the loss of her son, just as a cow is affected when her calf dies....

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SB 3.33.20

SB 3.33.20

Puskara Prabhu (Alachua, Florida) August 22, 2018 SB 3.33.20 Text 20: Although her position was unique from all points of view, saintly Devahūti, in spite of all her possessions, which were envied even by the ladies of the heavenly planets, gave up all such comforts. She was only sorry that her great son was separated from...

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SB 3.33.19

SB 3.33.19

HH Bhakti Prabhupada-vrata Damodara Swami August 21, 2018 SB 3.33.19 Text 19: When Devahūti would enter that lovely garden to take her bath in the pond filled with lotus flowers, the associates of the denizens of heaven, the Gandharvas, would sing about Kardama’s glorious household life. Her great husband, Kardama, gave her all protection at all...

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SB 3.33.15 — 18

SB 3.33.15 — 18

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) August 20, 2018 SB 3.33.15 — 18 Text 15: The home and household paraphernalia of Kardama, who was one of the Prajāpatis, was developed in such a way, by dint of his mystic powers of austerity and yoga, that his opulence was sometimes envied by those who travel in outer space in airplanes. Text 16: The opulence of the household of Kardama Muni is described herein....

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Preface to Sad Darsana 

Preface to Sad Darsana 

Ramananda Dasa (Volcano, Hawaii) August 18, 2018 Preface to Sad Darsana Six Systems of Vedic...

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SB 3.33.14

SB 3.33.14

Bhrigupati Prabhu (Los Angeles, CA) August 17, 2018 SB 3.33.14 Text 14: She began to bathe three times daily, and thus her curling black hair gradually became gray. Due to austerity, her body gradually became thin, and she wore old...

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