Srimad Bhagavatam

EARTH DAY SPECIAL—April 22 In Srimad Bhagavatam(10:22:29-35) we find Krishna speaking to the Gopas about the role of trees. Seeing the trees serve Him as parasols shading Him from the scorching sun, Krishna points to the nobility of the trees in …

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The second Sunday in May has come to be celebrated as Mother’s Day the world over. This is a perfect occasion to acknowledge and appreciate a mother’s inherent characteristics of Love and Sacrifice – the two pillars that ‘motherhood’ is …

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Panguni Uthiram (celebrated on March 26 2013) is said to be the auspicious day when Gowri married Lord Shiva, Sita married Lord Rama, Andal married Lord Ranganatha and became one with him. In contemporary times, it was on this auspicious …

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Srimad Bhagavatam, while describing the birth of Lord Krishna, says: “tam adbhutam bAlakam ambujEkshaNam, chatur–bhujam shankhagadAdyudAyudham…” ”The wonderful Lord appeared as a child with lotus eyes, carrying the divine conch, disc, mace and a lotus in each of his four …

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The purpose of all mind quests is to stop that very questioning mind. The purpose of all action is to nullify the results of past actions. The purpose of all efforts is freedom. The purpose of all learning is to …

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HH Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, in His discourses, loves to highlight the compassion of the Lord. He would say “In the world, is there anyone more compassionate than the Lord who has created this world and us and has also given …

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Moksha, which is relief from the cycle of transmigration and attaining the everlasting bliss is the sole purpose of human birth, and this is reiterated in many a scripture in the Sanatana Dharma including Srimad Bhagavatam. Srimad Bhagavatam shows us …

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Srimad Bhagavatam, the crown jewel among the Puranas, is considered as the essence of the Vedas (“nigama kalpatharor gaLitham phalam”). The uniqueness of Srimad Bhagavatam lies in the fact that—unlike other scriptures whose teachings need to be carefully studied and …

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In Srimad Bhagavatam, * In the 1st Canto, we see the story of how little son of a poor widow (Narada’s earlier birth), who earned her living as a servant maid, attained God through mere association of holy men. * Again in …

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Sudama was a close friend of Krishna. They studied together at Sage Sandeepani’s gurukulam. After their sojourn with their Guru, they parted. Years later, Krishna became the King of Dwaraka while Sudama lived a life of poverty but with intense …

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