Bhagavat Saptah: a week with a saint


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Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

Bhagavat Saptah: A week with a saint

Lectures by

His Holiness Sri Mahavishnu Goswami Maharajji

This is compilation of the transcripts of Bhagavat-Saptah lectures given by His Holiness MahaVishnu Goswami Maharaj in Sidney, Australia, between 29 September to 06 October 2001

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Dedication and Gratitude

Hare Krishna,

This lecture transcription service is dedicated at the lotus feet of His Holiness Param Pujya Sri MahaVishnu Goswami Maharaj (Maharajji).

The initial transcription and reviewing of Bhagavat Saptah lectures and was done mainly by Minneapolis yatra devotees. Special thanks to prabhujis and mataji from Minneapolis yatra especially, Purnendu Krishna Das, Anasuya Devi Dasi, Yadushrestha Krishna Das and Jagat Mohini Devi Dasi, Gopika Devi Dasi, Balram Das and Purnima Devi Dasi, Jayant Krishna Das and Sarva Mangala Devi Dasi and Shipra mataji for their lecture transcription and reviewing efforts.

Later, in order to further review and edit the Bhagavat Saptah lectures so as to make it presentable in the form of a book gracious help was received from Sheela Ravishankar mataji, Bal Krishna Das and Prasanna Vadana Das prabhujis. Through out the efforts we got constant encouragement from HG Devakinandan prabhuji. With the blessings of all devotees only we have reached thus far and hope to keep doing more such service unto the lotus feet of Maharajji.

H. H. MahaVishnu Goswami Maharajji emphasized study of Srimad Bhagavatam and Bhagavad-gita books written by ISKCON founder His Devine Grace Swami Srila Prabhupada so that we can be convinced about chanting the name and wonderful pastimes and glories of the unlimited Supreme Lord and Supreme authority Lord Sri Krishna, and in the process purify our existence so that we can be better servants of the servants of the Supreme Lord.

We hope that the students of Srimad Bhagavatam can derive fresh and deeper meaning and better practical understanding of the Granthraj after reading through lecture transcriptions of Maharajji.

Most of the lecture delivered by Maharajji was in English language. Parts which were delivered in Hindi been translated to English language. We hope that the reader will overlook the mistakes in these transcriptions and translations and take the essence. Feedback for improvement of this lecture transcription is welcome. This six day lecture transcription has been with divided into chapters for better readability.

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Please note that the audio of the Bhagavat Saptah lectures can be found at web site. Readers will find reading in conjunction with listening to the lectures more fulfilling experience when they actually hear Maharajji’s speak, sing, pray and laugh!

Legend: Comments or translations or content not delivered by Maharajji is within square ([ ]) brackets.


His Holiness Srila Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj was born in the outskirts of Mumbai in 1919 on the auspicious day of Dattätreya Purnima in the month of mārga-śīrṣa [November-December]. He appeared in an eight generation Vaishnava family. Aged 91, he was the most elderly sannyasi (spiritual teacher) in ISKCON (International Society for Krishna Consciousness). Maharaj first took darshan of Srila Prabhupada in 1973 when, as President of the London Gujarati Community Society, he invited Prabhupada to be guest-of-honour at the society’s annual function. There Srila Prabhupada’s lecture marked the turning point in Maharaj’s life. Srila Prabhupada had stated that whenever we meet our friends, we ask them so many material things, like how is your business, your family etc. But this is simply a waste of time. If we really cared for them, then when we meet them, we should ask them how far they have progressed, since we last met, in the matter of stopping the repetition of the cycle of birth and death. Since that profound meeting H H Mahavishnu Goswami has dedicated his life to the rigorous study of Srimad Bhagavatam.

His Holiness Srila Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj, is a brilliantly divine personality and such kind of personalities are rarely seen on the stage of human life. Anybody who has come in touch with Maharaj experienced that he was not just a spiritual master but a sweet loving father, who, by his loving dealings with everyone, made them experience the love of Krishna. He is an embodiment of all the exalted qualities. His deep serenity, the vast limitless wellspring of knowledge he possessed, the beautiful sobriety he exhibited, his gentle, sweet and simple demeanor, the soft expressiveness of his features and the natural flow of all his actions could capture everyone’s heart.

Maharaj could relate even the most ordinary event to the scriptures and for even a seemingly ordinary subject matter, Maharaj could offer a spiritual perspective. He was a genuine guide in our struggle to carry on the material life as well as for understanding the transcendence. His presentation of the scriptures and especially Srimad Bhagavatam which is his life and soul, was not a dry academic subject to be theorized and armchair philosophized about. Maharaj spoke and lived the essence of the scriptures and made everyone understand that the scriptures are not in the cloud or in the sky but very much on the ground intimately related to our day to day life. That way he is a practical Maha Bhagavata and a down to earth Paramahamsa. The humility which Maharaj exhibited is a conclusive proof of his greatness.

Maharaj is simultaneously grave and jolly and often he laughed and joked and brightened the whole atmosphere with his effulgent Vaikuntha smile but even his lighter mood was fully Krishna conscious and not frivolous. Maharaj’s every movement, every word and every action had a transcendental purpose in it. Throughout his whole life and at the time of leaving the world, Maharaj showed us how not to be bewildered by the inevitable miseries of the material existence and always remain aloof simply by remembering the lotus feet of the Lord (saṁsāra-dharmair avimuhyamānaḥ smṛtyā harer bhāgavata-pradhānaḥ – SB 11.2.49).

Once when one of the senior devotee humbly asked His Holiness Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj that how he was able to become so famous a devotee all over the world, Maharaj replied with his trademark uncommon humility that it was because he lived every moment of his life based on the verse 1.6.26 from Srimad Bhagavatam. This particular verse spoken by Srila Narada Muni reveals the nature of an unflinching servitor of the Supreme Lord.

Thus I began chanting the holy name and fame of the Lord by repeated recitation, ignoring all the formalities of the material world. Such chanting and remembering ofthe transcendental pastimes of the Lord are benedictory. So doing, I traveled all over the earth, fully satisfied, humble and unenvious.”

Anyone who comes in touch with His Holiness cannot go away without the impression that Krishna consciousness is all common sense, practical, logical and simple. The one shloka which Maharaj had in his heart even till his winding up pastimes was SB 1.5.40, the instruction of Srila Narada Muni to his disciple Srila Vyasadev on the power of the pure subject matter of the transcendental pastimes of the Supreme Lord and how it is satisfying both to the general mass as well as great learned men.

Please, therefore, describe the Almighty Lord's activities which you have learned by your vast knowledge of the Vedas, for that will satisfy the hankerings of great learned men and at the same time mitigate the miseries of the masses of common people who are always suffering from material pangs. Indeed, there is no other way to get out of such miseries.”

Maharaj urged everyone that the preaching of Srimad Bhagavatam with emphasis on its practical aspect is the one and only way to mitigate the miseries of common people who are suffering from the material pangs. His instructions ranged from organizing one’s own shaving kit, washing one’s one clothes to living a life without a tinge of expectation from anyone.

Maharaj firmly emphasized that without organizing our material lives in a perfect manner, there is no question of progressing spiritually.

Maharaj is unflinchingly attached to the lotus feet of Srila Prabhupada and studied His Divine Grace’s books very deeply. With his compassionate, powerful, intense, pure and earnest preaching and encouragement, Maharaj could impress upon the living entities to translate all the instructions of scripture into real life experiences by changing the behavior for good.

Maharaj is of the firm belief that Srila Prabhupada’s literatures are so powerful that by the force of this literary influence, a revolution can be brought in the lives of the conditioned souls and thus save them from the miserable conditions. Maharaj’s appreciation and attachment to Srila Prabhupada’s transcendental literature is so much that Maharaj says that if it had been possible, Prabhupada would have physically taken out his heart and put it in these books.

At about 3.25 pm on 25th January 2010, our beloved spiritual master, H H Mahavishnu Goswami entered into his final pastimes in this mortal world and left us all in great grief of separation at the Bhaktivedanta Hospital, Mira Road, Mumbai, India. The title of this book was chosen to reflect the life and example of H H Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj. Those who had the good fortune of meeting him, soon became aware that the Srimad Bhagavatam was indeed his very life and soul. In a very simple and sublime manner he would provide anyone practical guidance in their lives based on the teachings of the Bhagavatam, and with this he has awakened so many souls to the importance of the amala purana Srimad Bhagavatam.

These teachings are organized and conveyed in this book so that future generations may benefit from H H Mahavishnu Goswami Maharaj’s unique insight and intimate association of the Bhagavatam. May he live forever by his divine instructions in the hearts of his sincere followers.

We offer our deepest respect unto His Holiness Mahavishnu Goswami’s lotus feet for kindly guiding us on the path back to the Supreme One. Now more than ever, his divine instructions are the only shelter for his disciples and all sincere souls seeking to reunite with the Supreme Lord Krishna.


His Holiness Maha Vishnu Goswami Maharaj (1919-2010) was of Gujrat origin and was born in the outskirts of Bombay in 1919 into an eight generation Vaishnava family. He was highly educated having obtained a masters degree in both Sanskrit and English and is equally conversant in Marathi, Gujrati, Hindi, Urdu and the Gujrathi dialect Kachhi. In his childhood Maharaj was always curious to seek transcendental knowledge about the Supreme Lord Sri Krsna. His mother would force him to offer his dhoti to the Lord before using it. But she could not explain him as to why he should be offering it. He would never get satisfying answers to his questions. So at the tender age he began studying the holy scriptures of Srimad Bhagavat-gita and Srimad Bhagavatam in earnest. His burning desire to realize God was finally answered, when he met Srila Prabhupada, the founder acharya of the International Society of Krsna Consciousness (ISKCON). At that meeting Prabhupada noted that upon meeting friends, we ask them how their business is, how their family is, but this he said was a waste of time. If we really cared about our friends, then we meet them, we should inquire as to how far they have progressed in the matter of stopping the cycle of repeated birth and death.

Prabhupada’s pure preaching touched Maharaj’s heart, and awakened his enthusiasm for self-realization. He began intensifying his spiritual endeavors and began practicing Krsna Consciousness. Some time later he was introduced to Prabhupada, by devotees, as a Sanskrit scholar. Upon hearing this, Prabhupada exclaimed, “Oh, a Sanskrit scholar, then you should take sanyas”. Prabhupada these words always remained in Maharaj’s heart. In 1991 Maharaj, after successfully performing his worldly obligations to his family, renounced the world and took the order of sanyas. For years on, he continued to serve Srila Prabhupada, by carrying on his legacy in preaching devotional service of Supreme Lord Krsna, as enunciated in Srimad Bhagavatam and Srimad Bhagavat-gita. Maharaj has tirelessly circled the globe 10 times in the 10 years, inspiring people from all walks of life, wherever he went. He is renowned for his powerful preaching, uncompromising in delivery of the teachings of Gita and the message of Srila Prabhupada. In Bhagavat saptahas around the world, notably in Kurushetra and Vrindavana, he has lectured for upto 6 hours daily, on Bhagavatam, for 7 continuous days, before fully captivated audiences. Despite his advanced age and frail health, Maharaj continued to tirelessly travel around the world, preaching the message to follow teachings of Lord Krsna, through Srila Prabhupada books and to increase the quality of our devotional service so as to become, genuine servants of the servants of the Lord.

For many Maharaj was a humble and loving Vaishnava, who has made them follow the teachings of the Supreme Lord and realize the true value of human life. Still others cannot help but be completely and helplessly touched by Maharaj’s love and compassion. In today’s age His Holiness’s love and humility coupled with his profound wisdom and realization, have brought many fallen souls to the lotus feet of Prabhupada and the Supreme Lord. In 2001 from 29th September to 6th October, under the auspicious of ISKCON Sidney, His Holiness Maha Vishnu Goswami decided to deliver Srimad Bhagavat Saptah, in Sidney, Australia, giving powerful and heartfelt discourses, over 8 continuous days, to a fully captivated audience in Statville Town Hall. Following is the recording of the great saint.
Table of Contents

Day 1: Simplify Life and Take the Medicine of ‘BBC’ 3

Significance of Purushottam Maas and Simple Vedic Life 4

What is our duty in this age? 6

How to become very simple? 6

How Purushottam month became auspicious? 7

How to get manifold result from our pious activities? 8

Don’t waste your valuable human existence 8

How to perfect the mind and speech? 8

How avoiding mental concoction saves time? 9

Significance of Temporary Human Existence 11

What should be our main concern? 11

What is the purpose of this temporary human existence? 11

How to make best use of Purushottam mass? 12

What one should be completely satisfied with? 12

What one should never be satisfied with and why? 12

How to come out of the material rut? 13

How to be completely fixed in a constantly changing world? 14

How Vedic calculation helps increase our faith? 14

How fruitful are our attempts to avoid death? 14

Medicine for this age 16

Medicine for old age 16

Change your life 17

Hear, Study and Contemplate 17

Heart is meant for Krishna 18

Understanding Krishna’s Vigraha 19

Powerful Effect of Harinaam 20

Magical effect of Darshan 21

Chant Sincerely like Valmiki 22

How study of scriptures will bring us away from anxiety? 22

What is the work of a preacher? 23

Greed is a horrible thing 24

Understanding Krishna changes our life completely 25

Secret of devotional service 26

Dissatisfaction: Cause and Solution 29

Srimad Bhagavatam is pure history 30

What is the cause of our dissatisfaction? 30

What was Narada Muni’s solution to Vyasadeva dissatisfaction? 31

Pleasing Krishna pleases everyone 32

How to reduce our difficulties and become completely satisfied? 34

Maharaj Parikshit Punishes Kali Yuga 37

Global remnants of Vedic culture 37

What are the four pillars of sinful life? 38

How to improve the fabric of our existence? 39

What are the ill effects of money? 39

How to avoid the ill effects of wealth? 40

What is real wealth? 41

A Devotee Executes Krishna’s Plan 43

From where do good qualities come? 43

What comfort can 5-star hotel provide? 43

Who is the secret doer? 44

What is use of blaming others? 46

Is this world my permanent place? 48

Maharaj Parikshit Fasts unto Death 50

What three things Maharaj Parishik asked from Sukadeva Goswami? 50

What is the art of living? 51

Maharani Kunti’s Prayers 53

How we are saved at every step and every second of our existence? 53

What is the solution to our miseries? 54

What is our duty? 54

Who exists everywhere and secretly does everything? 54

How can we remember Krishna? 55

Druva Maharaj 57

What did mother Suniti instruct the hurt Dhruva Maharaj? 57

Story: Sadhu and the dog 58

Don’t poke your nose in Krishna’s business 58

Completely purify your mind 59

How tolerating saves time and brings you closer to Krishna? 60

Druva Maharaj Meets Narada Muni 61

How to attain Krishna? 61

Pray to Krishna like mother Kunti 62

Everything in relation to Krishna is spiritual 63

Verses that will take you back to Godhead 64

Bhisma Pitamah: Steady in Troubles 65

Whats is the secret of success? 65

How our problems can bring us closer to Krishna? 65

Story: Krishna lifts Govardan hill to protect his devotees 66

What is the solution to our problems? 67

Story: Santanu conditional marriage with Ganga 68

Story: Bhisma early life 69

How tolerance and constant rememberance of the Lord helps us? 71

Story: Devavrata declared king by Shantanu 72

How to have stable intelligence in the midst of sorrows? 74

Day 3 79

Keshava Keshava Kukiye lxxx

What is the benefit of feelingly uttering the names of Krishna? lxxxi

How to become fearless? lxxxii

Developing firm Faith lxxxiv

Why can’t we have faith in sastras? lxxxiv

Why is reciting verses important? lxxxv

How to recite verses properly? lxxxv

What is the difference between atheist and theist? lxxxv

How excessive sense gratification is misguiding? lxxxvi

How to wake up early? lxxxvii

Why kill yourself before death by worrying? lxxxviii

Tolerate xc

Seeing Krishna through scriptures xci

Be careful about mental concoctions xci

Be careful about watering down the confidential pastimes xcii

Try to purify your life xcii

Hand out the worries to Krishna xcii

Have steady intelligence and listen to scriptures xcii

Perform prescribed duties honestly and keep hearing scriptures xciii

Chant and be regulated xcv

Lord is the cause of all causes xcv

Lord Brahma struggles to find the truth xcv

Chant while you can xcvi

Respect parents and get their blessings xcvii

Lord brahma’s prayers xcix

Atma cannot live independently xcix

Smelling Lord’s lotus feet by the scriptures ci

Lord’s name is greater than Lord ci

Story: Compassionate sadhu and horse thief ciii

How we can remove miseries? ciii

Story: Within misery we chant very nicely civ

Krishna is there, but we are not there for Him civ

Maṅgala-ārati and naam sankirtan cvii

Mangal Aarati is enlivening cvii

Nama-sankirtanam pleases Krishna cviii

Kapila Muni instructs Devahuti cx

How a living entity takes birth? cx

Prayers of the unborn child cxii

Symptoms of live society cxv

First live symptom: Murty Puja cxv

Dwarka temple gets a pujari cxv

Is murthy is idol or transcendental form of the Lord? cxvi

Second live symptom: Prasadam Distribution cxvii

Third live symptom: Study of scriptures and Preaching inside and outside the temple cxvii

Appeal to the youths: Don’t get lost or frustrated cxvii

Our psychiatrist is Krishna cxviii

Study the scriptures cxviii

Painful process of birth cxx

Prayers of the unborn child (Jantu) continued cxx

Please determine to make this birth your last birth cxxi

What is the meaning of Krishna and how He acts? cxxi

Why we should not cross the Laskman Rekha of BBC? cxxi

In Srila Prabhupada words cxxii

Day 4 cxxiv

Understanding Detachment cxxv

Importance of recitation of Sanskrit slokas cxxv

Srimad Bhagavatam and Bhagavat Gita shows the way to Krishna cxxvii

Understanding the temporary nature of material existence cxxvii

Understanding the permanent cxxvii

What are the types of temporary detachment? cxxix

What is real detachment and how to develop it? cxxix

Wake Up and Understand the Permanent cxxxi

Understanding how our body is together cxxxi

How to control anger? cxxxii

Can we be proud of this body? cxxxii

How Krishna’s touch cleans your body? cxxxiii

Bodily woes continues, old age, disease and lamentation cxxxiii

Simple living and high thinking cxxxiii

Why we need strong temples? cxxxiv

How to know who is real guru? cxxxiv

What is this (temporary) body really? cxxxiv

Eat fresh prasadam cxxxv

Simply be connected to Krishna cxxxv

Srila Prabhupada points out the Supreme Truth is Krishna cxxxvi

Consciousness is for Krishna cxxxvi

Lessons from the Life of Priyavrata cxxxviii

Why we need to be austere? cxxxviii

Why we need to be humble? cxxxviii

Why happens when we have faith in Krishna? cxxxviii

Why happens when we turn away from Krishna? cxxxix

What is the benefit of coming to Krishna? cxl

Key to relieve our miseries is in our hands cxl

The benefit of being satisfied cxli

What is the way to find out Krishna? cxli

Be innocent like four Kumaras cxlii

Perform austerity in your ashram cxlii

Are we Krishna conscious or chapatti conscious? cxliii

Story: Immature Guru cxliv

Don’t disturb your setup cxlvi

Just chant feelingly cxlvi

Must retire at sometime cxlvii

Renunciation will make you very happy cxlviii

Be sincere like Srila Prabhupada cxlviii

Lessons from Lord Rishabdeva cxlix

What is our duty? cxlix

Avoid undue attachment cl

Day 5 clii

Worship Nothing other than Krishna cliii

Lord is Always Fully Satisfied clvii

How to behave with others? clvii

Run after the completely satisfied clvii

How can you become completely satisfied without anything? clviii

This body is on lease, don’t break the lease conditions clviii

Don’t catch dog’s tail clix

Jaya and Vijaya Stop the Four Kumaras clx

Purify your life with fiery devotional service clx

Attachment leads to discrimination clx

Story: Jaya and Vijay cursed by four Kumaras clxi

Death of Hiranyaksha clxi

Hiranyakashipu plays havoc clxii

Always check whether Hari satisfied clxii

Hiranyakashipu consoles his relatives clxii

Make it Your Priority to Just Serve Krsna clxiii

Don’t entertain miseries, entertain devotional service clxiii

How immortality is established? clxiv

Take the jewel of Bhagavatam to increase your faith clxv

Hiranyakashipu’s Son, Prahlad Learns in Mothers Womb clxvi

Hiranyakashipu starts terrorizing clxvi

Skand and Amarka try to teach Prahalad clxvi

Pralalad learns on mother’s womb clxvii

Srila Prabhupada takes us out of the material rut clxvii

Pralalad is Narada disciple clxvii

Teachings of Bhakta Prahlad clxix

Wake up early for mangal aarati clxix

Basic religiosity is the monopoly of Bharat Varsha clxx

What is the art of living material life? clxx

Nine ways of Bhakti clxxi

Our movement needs training schools clxxii

Take care of your self interest clxxiii

Srila Prabhupada movement gives real education clxxiii

Please lead simple life somehow or other clxxiv

What is not required in devotional service? clxxv

Be wide hearted and welcome everyone to devotional service clxxvi

Day 6 clxxvii

All Glories to Lord Sri Rama, the Renouncer clxxviii

Rama is bestower of bliss clxxix

In renunciation there is more happiness clxxx

Be equal in misery or happiness clxxx

How to get rid of envy? clxxxii

Parents must be Respected and Served clxxxiv

Ravana Unlimitted Lusty Desires clxxxv

Ravana’s fights with Kubera and wins a chariot clxxxv

Ravana’s cursed by chaste Vedavati clxxxv

Ravana cursed again by Parvati clxxxvi

Be grateful to Ram and don’t get intoxicated by little prosperity clxxxvii

Lessons from the Life of Sri Ram clxxxix

One verse children must remember clxxxix

Sita Rama pastimes at Panchavati near Nasik cxc

Build temples for future generation cxc

Story: Ram builds bridge to cross over ocean to Lanka cxci

Protect yourself by performing mangal-aarati and be merciful by preaching cxcii

How does simple life helps us? cxcii

Bhajan: Sri Rama Chandra kripalu bhajmann cxciii

How to enter into the pastimes of Krishna cxciv

Mother Teaches Vedic Culture cxcvii

Kirtan and verses cxcvii

Listen and learn everything cxcix

Two types of knowledge of Vedic mother cc

It is very easy to have purified consciousness cci

Perform Devotion with Determination ccii

Determination of Druva Maharaj ccii

Story: Determination of Kacha cciii

Determination of Srila Prabhupada cciv

Change Your Lifestyle for Good ccvi

Teachings of mother Kunti ccvi

How children can be happy? ccvi

How elders can be happy? ccvii

Take the king of knowledge and change your life for the better ccvii

How the youths can contribute? ccviii

Learn about Krishna from Lord Brahma ccx

What are the seven laws controlling living entity? ccx

Make use of vast shastric knowledge at your disposal ccx

Krishna’s existence is completely spiritual ccxi

Please run after the auspicious ccxi

Story: Don’t be a hypocrite ccxii

Transcendental qualities of Sri Krishna and why we need to understand it ccxii

Story: Birth of Devaki’s son, Lord Sri Krishna ccxiv

Day 7 ccxvii

Get out of the Life of Pa-Varga ccxviii

Kirtan: Jaya Radha Madhava and Krishna Krishna Krishna he ccxviii

How to get rid of our miseries and become fearless? ccxix

Can we follow on Srila Prabhupada’s footsteps for a while? ccxxi

Why one should take the path of apa-varga and not the pa-varga? ccxxi

Please study Srimad Bhagavatam ccxxiv

Quality of a devotee is that he picks up the fallen and does not kick ccxxv

Surrender to Lord and lovingly sing the verses ccxxv

Lessons from the Life of Narada Muni ccxxvi

Story: Rukmini Invites Durvasa for Prasadam ccxxviii

Story: Krishna Ranchorji Pastimes ccxxxi

Why ne need to follow the regulative principles? ccxxxii

Come to Srila Prabhupada? ccxxxii

Kalyavana extra prowess makes him foolishly eager to fight with Krishna ccxxxii

How to capture Krishna? ccxxxiii

Kalyvana tries to capture Krishna ccxxxiii

Ranchorji “escapes” from battlefield ccxxxiv

Humility Attracts the All Attractive ccxxxvi

Unlimited pastimes of sweet Krishna ccxxxvi

Protect your consciousness ccxxxvi

Story: Pralambha tries to kill Balarama ccxxxvii

Importance of Seva and Katha ccxxxvii

How to develop all good qualities? ccxxxviii

How Vaishnavas attain good qualities and become kalpatarus? ccxxxix

Story: The proud brahmana and the humble cobbler. ccxl

Be humble like Ambarisha Maharaj ccxlii

Pralamba gets killed by Balrama ccxlii

What is death like? ccxliii

Satrajit and the Syamantek Jewel ccxlv

Satrajit gets the jewel and becomes proud ccxlv

Satrajit’s brother wears the jewel ccxlvi

Krishna accused of killing Satrajit’s brother for the jewel ccxlvi

Three doors to hell ccxlvii

In anger Jambavan fights with Lord Krishna ccxlvii

Krishna returns to Dwarka with the Jewel ccxlviii

Srila Prabhupada showed us the practical side of highest spiritual principles ccxlix

Pandavas and the lac house ccl

Satrajit was murdered ccli

Satyadhanva killed by Krishna cclii

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