Bhagavatam Lectures


Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the greatest scriptures in the divine literature of the Sanathana Dharma. It shows us the beautiful path of Bhagavata Dharma.

Consisting of 18000 verses across 12 cantos, this Purana was written by Sri Veda Vyasa and narrated to King Parikshit by Sage Suka in seven days, when the later faced a curse of death by the sting of a serpant.

Srimad Bhagavatam talks about Yoga, Jnana, Karma, Bhakti and various different paths, and primarily shows the path of Bhagavata Dharma, through the life histories of various great Bhagavatas like Dhruva, Ambarisha, Ajamila, Prahlada, etc., and also speaks about the various incarnations of the Lord.

Sri Ramanujamji, a disciple of His Holiness Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, accepted the request of GOD USA to expound this scripture over the telephone over an extended period of time.

Accordingly, the series of Bhagavatam discourses are being organized on telecon by G.O.D.

The discourses delves into each chapter of each Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam, covering all the incidents and stories, explaining all the concepts and philosophies in detail with beautiful illustrations from everyday life, in an easy-to-understand manner.


The discourse is offered on a telephone-based  teleconference satsang on every Tuesday at 8:30 pm Central (9:30 pm Eastern / 6:30 pm Pacific) for a duration of one hour every week.

Everyone is welcome to attend the discourses by dialing into the conference line.

Call-in number:    1 (605) 475-4000       Passcode:131581

In order to avoid disturbances on the line, the call will be on a ‘Presentation’  mode, where all the attendees will be muted.

Timings are subject to change. There may be session cancellations / rescheduling.  In order to be notified of change in schedules, please sign-up with us.

(Note: The above number is NOT a toll-free number. Hence long distance charges as levied by your phone service provider may apply. If you are dialing from a mobile-phone, you may be charged for the air-time in accordance with your service plan. Please check with your service provider for details.)

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