Bhagavad Gita As It Is

References to text BG 15.15
BG 15.15: I am seated in everyone’s heart, and from Me come remembrance, knowledge and forgetfulness. By all the Vedas, I am to be known. Indeed, I am the compiler of Vedānta, and I am the knower of the Vedas.

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All purposes served by a small well can at once be served by a great reservoir of water. Similarly, all the purposes of the Vedas can be served to one who knows the purpose behind them.
Contents of the Gita Summarized
BG 2.46
O sages, I have been justly questioned by you. Your questions are worthy because they relate to Lord Kṛṣṇa and so are of relevance to the world’s welfare. Only questions of this sort are capable of completely satisfying the self.
Divinity and Divine Service
SB 1.2.5
Then, in the beginning of Kali-yuga, the Lord will appear as Lord Buddha, the son of Añjanā, in the province of Gayā, just for the purpose of deluding those who are envious of the faithful theist.
Krishna Is the Source of All Incarnations
SB 1.3.24
Śrīmatī Kuntī said: O Kṛṣṇa, I offer my obeisances unto You because You are the original personality and are unaffected by the qualities of the material world. You are existing both within and without everything, yet You are invisible to all.
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
SB 1.8.18
All the great sages then glorified Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa, who was present there, by confidential Vedic hymns. Then all of them returned to their respective hermitages, bearing always Lord Kṛṣṇa within their hearts.
The Passing Away of Bhishmadeva in the Presence of Lord Krishna
SB 1.9.47
After asking various questions and becoming established in the transcendental loving service of Lord Kṛṣṇa, Vidura retired from putting questions to Maitreya Muni.
Dhritarashtra Quits Home
SB 1.13.2
It was He only who withdrew the duration of life from everyone and who, in the battlefield, withdrew the speculative power and strength of enthusiasm from the great military phalanx made by the Kauravas, headed by Bhīṣma, Karṇa, Droṇa, Śalya, etc. Their arrangement was expert and more than adequate, but He [Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa], while going forward, did all this.
The Pandavas Retire Timely
SB 1.15.15
There are also some thinkers who believe that no one can ascertain the cause of distress by argumentation, nor know it by imagination, nor express it by words. O sage amongst kings, judge for yourself by thinking over all this with your own intelligence.
Punishment and Reward of Kali
SB 1.17.20
Sūta Gosvāmī said: Mahārāja Parīkṣit, the son of Uttarā, after hearing the speeches of Śukadeva Gosvāmī, which were all about the truth of the self, applied his concentration faithfully upon Lord Kṛṣṇa.
The Process of Creation
SB 2.4.1
Sūta Gosvāmī said: When Śukadeva Gosvāmī was thus requested by the King to describe the creative energy of the Personality of Godhead, he then systematically remembered the master of the senses [Śrī Kṛṣṇa], and to reply properly he spoke thus.
The Process of Creation
SB 2.4.11
May Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa, who is the worshipable Lord of all devotees, the protector and glory of all the kings like Andhaka and Vṛṣṇi of the Yadu dynasty, the husband of all goddesses of fortune, the director of all sacrifices and therefore the leader of all living entities, the controller of all intelligence, the proprietor of all planets, spiritual and material, and the supreme incarnation on the earth (the supreme all in all), be merciful upon me.
The Process of Creation
SB 2.4.20
May the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who enlivens the materially created bodies of the elements by lying down within the universe, and who in His puruṣa incarnation causes the living being to be subjected to the sixteen divisions of material modes which are his generator, be pleased to decorate my statements.
The Process of Creation
SB 2.4.23
What are the opulences of the great mystics, and what is their ultimate realization? How does the perfect mystic become detached from the subtle astral body? What is the basic knowledge of the Vedic literatures, including the branches of history and the supplementary Purāṇas?
Questions by King Parikshit
SB 2.8.20
Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: O King, unless one is influenced by the energy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, there is no meaning to the relationship of the pure soul in pure consciousness with the material body. That relationship is just like a dreamer’s seeing his own body working.
Answers by Citing the Lord's Version
SB 2.9.1
O Vasu, I know from within your mind what you desired in the days of yore when the Vasus and other demigods responsible for expanding the universal affairs performed sacrifices. You particularly desired to achieve My association. This is very difficult for others to obtain, but I award it unto you.
Vidura Approaches Maitreya
SB 3.4.11
The lotus feet of the Lord are by themselves the shelter of all places of pilgrimage. The great clear-minded sages, carried by the wings of the Vedas, always search after the nest of Your lotuslike face. Some of them surrender to Your lotus feet at every step by taking shelter of the best of rivers [the Ganges], which can deliver one from all sinful reactions.
Vidura's Talks with Maitreya
SB 3.5.41
O Supreme Self, please give us, who are created in the beginning from the mahat-tattva, the total cosmic energy, Your kind directions on how we shall act. Kindly award us Your perfect knowledge and potency so that we can render You service in the different departments of subsequent creation.
Vidura's Talks with Maitreya
SB 3.5.51
The gigantic universal form is represented by three, ten and one in the sense that He is the body and the mind and the senses, He is the dynamic force for all movements by ten kinds of life energy, and He is the one heart where life energy is generated.
Creation of the Universal Form
SB 3.6.9
Words, mind and ego, with their respective controlling demigods, have failed to achieve success in knowing the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Therefore, we simply have to offer our respectful obeisances unto Him as a matter of sanity.
Creation of the Universal Form
SB 3.6.40
Seeing such a misleading creation as a sinful task, Brahmā did not feel much pleasure in his activity, and therefore he purified himself by meditation on the Personality of Godhead. Then he began another term of creation.
Creation of the Kumaras and Others
SB 3.12.3
Dear Lord, O personified Vedic knowledge, in the past millennium, long, long ago, when You appeared as the great boar incarnation, You picked up the world from the water, as an elephant picks up a lotus flower from a lake. When You vibrated transcendental sound in that gigantic form of a boar, the sound was accepted as a sacrificial hymn, and great sages like Sanaka meditated upon it and offered prayers for Your glorification.
The Sacrifice Performed by Daksha
SB 4.7.46
In brahminical culture a brāhmaṇa’s transcendental position is eternally maintained because the injunctions of the Vedas are accepted with faith, austerity, scriptural conclusions, full sense and mind control, and meditation. In this way the real goal of life is illuminated, just as one’s face is fully reflected in a clear mirror.
Instructions by Maharaja Prithu
SB 4.21.42
By hearing the narration of Pṛthu Mahārāja, one can become great, increase his duration of life, gain promotion to the heavenly planets and counteract the contaminations of this Age of Kali. In addition, one can promote the causes of religion, economic development, sense gratification and liberation. Therefore from all sides it is advisable for a materialistic person who is interested in such things to read and hear the narrations of the life and character of Pṛthu Mahārāja.
Maharaja Prithu's Going Back Home
SB 4.23.35
Lord Śiva addressed the Supreme Personality of Godhead with the following prayer: O Supreme Personality of Godhead, all glories unto You. You are the most exalted of all self-realized souls. Since You are always auspicious for the self-realized, I wish that You be auspicious for me. You are worshipable by virtue of the all-perfect instructions You give. You are the Supersoul; therefore I offer my obeisances unto You as the supreme living being.
Chanting the Song Sung by Lord Siva
SB 4.24.33
My Lord, as the supreme directing Deity known as Aniruddha, You are the master of the senses and the mind. I therefore offer my obeisances unto You again and again. You are known as Ananta as well as Saṅkarṣaṇa because of Your ability to destroy the whole creation by the blazing fire from Your mouth.
Chanting the Song Sung by Lord Siva
SB 4.24.36
My dear Lord, You are the viewer of the results of pious activities. You are inclination, disinclination and their resultant activities. You are the cause of the miserable conditions of life caused by irreligion, and therefore You are death. I offer You my respectful obeisances.
Chanting the Song Sung by Lord Siva
SB 4.24.41
My dear Lord, after creating by Your own potencies, You enter within the creation in four kinds of forms. Being within the hearts of the living entities, You know them and know how they are enjoying their senses. The so-called happiness of this material creation is exactly like the bees’ enjoyment of honey after it has been collected in the honeycomb.
Chanting the Song Sung by Lord Siva
SB 4.24.64
My dear King, once in the past lived a king named Purañjana, who was celebrated for his great activities. He had a friend named Avijñāta [“the unknown one”]. No one could understand the activities of Avijñāta.
The Descriptions of the Characteristics of King Puranjana
SB 4.25.10
In that city there were many assembly houses, street crossings, streets, restaurants, gambling houses, markets, resting places, flags, festoons and beautiful parks. All these surrounded the city.
The Descriptions of the Characteristics of King Puranjana
SB 4.25.16
My dear lotus-eyed, kindly explain to me where you are coming from, who you are, and whose daughter you are. You appear very chaste. What is the purpose of your coming here? What are you trying to do? Please explain all these things to me.
The Descriptions of the Characteristics of King Puranjana
SB 4.25.26
Śrī Hari, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, is the Supersoul and guide of all living entities who have accepted material bodies within this world. He is the supreme controller of all material activities in material nature. He is also our best friend, and everyone should take shelter at His lotus feet. In doing so, one’s life will be auspicious.
Talks Between Narada and King Pracinabarhi
SB 4.29.50
The great sage Nārada continued: The living entity acts in a gross body in this life. This body is forced to act by the subtle body, composed of mind, intelligence and ego. After the gross body is lost, the subtle body is still there to enjoy or suffer. Thus there is no change.
Talks Between Narada and King Pracinabarhi
SB 4.29.60
The Pracetās spoke as follows: Dear Lord, You relieve all kinds of material distress. Your magnanimous transcendental qualities and holy name are all-auspicious. This conclusion is already settled. You can go faster than the speed of mind and words. You cannot be perceived by material senses. We therefore offer You respectful obeisances again and again.
The Activities of the Pracetas
SB 4.30.22
Dear Lord, the garment You have put on is yellowish in color, like the saffron of a lotus flower, but it is not made of anything material. Since You live in everyone’s heart, You are the direct witness of all the activities of all living entities. We offer our respectful obeisances unto You again and again.
The Activities of the Pracetas
SB 4.30.26
Without devotional service, what is the meaning of severe austerities, the process of hearing, the power of speech, the power of mental speculation, elevated intelligence, strength, and the power of the senses?
Narada Instructs the Pracetas
SB 4.31.11
Chapter Summary
SB 5..0
My dear Priyavrata, by the order of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, all living entities accept different types of bodies for birth and death, activity, lamentation, illusion, fear of future dangers, and happiness and distress.
The Activities of Maharaja Priyavrata
SB 5.1.13
The Vedas are My eternal transcendental sound incarnation. Therefore the Vedas are śabda-brahma. In this world, the brāhmaṇas thoroughly study all the Vedas, and because they assimilate the Vedic conclusions, they are also to be considered the Vedas personified. The brāhmaṇas are situated in the supreme transcendental mode of nature — sattva-guṇa. Because of this, they are fixed in mind control [śama], sense control [dama], and truthfulness [satya]. They describe the Vedas in their original sense, and out of mercy [anugraha] they preach the purpose of the Vedas to all conditioned souls. They practice penance [tapasya] and tolerance [titikṣā], and they realize the position of the living entity and the Supreme Lord [anubhava]. These are the eight qualifications of the brāhmaṇas. Therefore among all living entities, no one is superior to the brāhmaṇas.
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
SB 5.5.24
“The Supreme Personality of Godhead is situated in pure goodness. He illuminates the entire universe and bestows all benedictions upon His devotees. The Lord has created this universe from His own spiritual potency. According to His desire, the Lord entered this universe as the Supersoul, and by virtue of His different potencies He is maintaining all living entities desiring material enjoyment. Let me offer my respectful obeisances unto the Lord, who is the giver of intelligence.”
The Activities of King Bharata
SB 5.7.14
The physical elements, nature, the original cause, culture, destiny and the time element are all material causes. Agitated by these material causes, the eleven functions transform into hundreds of functions and then into thousands and then into millions. But all these transformations do not take place automatically by mutual combination. Rather, they are under the direction of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
Jada Bharata Instructs King Rahugana
SB 5.11.11
There are two kinds of kṣetrajña — the living entity, as explained above, and the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is explained as follows. He is the all-pervading cause of creation. He is full in Himself and is not dependent on others. He is perceived by hearing and direct perception. He is self-effulgent and does not experience birth, death, old age or disease. He is the controller of all the demigods, beginning with Lord Brahmā. He is called Nārāyaṇa, and He is the shelter of living entities after the annihilation of this material world. He is full of all opulences, and He is the resting place of everything material. He is therefore known as Vāsudeva, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. By His own potency, He is present within the hearts of all living entities, just as the air or vital force is within the bodies of all beings, moving and nonmoving. In this way He controls the body. In His partial feature, the Supreme Personality of Godhead enters all bodies and controls them.
Jada Bharata Instructs King Rahugana
SB 5.11.13-14
Śrīla Śukadeva Gosvāmī continued: The son of Mahārāja Bharata known as Sumati followed the path of Ṛṣabhadeva, but in the Age of Kali some unscrupulous people will imagine him to be Lord Buddha himself. These people, who will actually be atheistic and of bad character, will interpret the Vedic principles in an imaginary, infamous way to support their activities. Thus these sinful people will accept Sumati as Lord Buddhadeva and propagate the theory that everyone should follow the principles of Sumati. In this way they will be carried away by mental concoction.
The Glories of the Descendants of King Priyavrata
SB 5.15.1
O my Lord, I offer my respectful obeisances unto You, who have assumed the form of a tortoise. You are the reservoir of all transcendental qualities, and being entirely untinged by matter, You are perfectly situated in pure goodness. You move here and there in the water, but no one can discern Your position. Therefore I offer my respectful obeisances unto You. Because of Your transcendental position, You are not limited by past, present and future. You are present everywhere as the shelter of all things, and therefore I offer my respectful obeisances unto You again and again.
The Prayers Offered to the Lord by the Residents of Jambudvipa
SB 5.18.30
The objects of material enjoyment [sound, form, taste, touch and smell], the activities of the senses, the controllers of sensory activities [the demigods], the body, eternal time and egotism are all creations of Your material energy. Those whose intelligence has become fixed by perfect execution of mystic yoga can see that all these elements result from the actions of Your external energy. They can also see Your transcendental form as Supersoul in the background of everything. Therefore I repeatedly offer my respectful obeisances unto You.
The Prayers Offered to the Lord by the Residents of Jambudvipa
SB 5.18.37
Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said to Mahārāja Parīkṣit: My dear King, approximately 240,000 miles beneath the planet Pātāla lives another incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. He is the expansion of Lord Viṣṇu known as Lord Ananta or Lord Saṅkarṣaṇa. He is always in the transcendental position, but because He is worshiped by Lord Śiva, the deity of tamo-guṇa or darkness, He is sometimes called tāmasī. Lord Ananta is the predominating Deity of the material mode of ignorance as well as the false ego of all conditioned souls. When a conditioned living being thinks, “I am the enjoyer, and this world is meant to be enjoyed by me,” this conception of life is dictated to him by Saṅkarṣaṇa. Thus the mundane conditioned soul thinks himself the Supreme Lord.
The Glories of Lord Ananta
SB 5.25.1
Śukadeva Gosvāmī, the son of Vedavyāsa, answered: My dear King, since acts meant to neutralize impious actions are also fruitive, they will not release one from the tendency to act fruitively. Persons who subject themselves to the rules and regulations of atonement are not at all intelligent. Indeed, they are in the mode of darkness. Unless one is freed from the mode of ignorance, trying to counteract one action through another is useless because this will not uproot one’s desires. Thus even though one may superficially seem pious, he will undoubtedly be prone to act impiously. Therefore real atonement is enlightenment in perfect knowledge, Vedānta, by which one understands the Supreme Absolute Truth.
The History of the Life of Ajamila
SB 6.1.11
The Yamadūtas replied: That which is prescribed in the Vedas constitutes dharma, the religious principles, and the opposite of that is irreligion. The Vedas are directly the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Nārāyaṇa, and are self-born. This we have heard from Yamarāja.
The History of the Life of Ajamila
SB 6.1.40
I am certainly most abominable and unfortunate to have merged in an ocean of sinful activities, but nevertheless, because of my previous spiritual activities, I could see those four exalted personalities who came to rescue me. Now I feel exceedingly happy because of their visit.
Ajamila Delivered by the Vishnudutas
SB 6.2.32
As the different limbs of the body cannot see the eyes, the living entities cannot see the Supreme Lord, who is situated as the Supersoul in everyone’s heart. Not by the senses, by the mind, by the life air, by thoughts within the heart, or by the vibration of words can the living entities ascertain the real situation of the Supreme Lord.
Yamaraja Instructs His Messengers
SB 6.3.16
Because they are bewildered by the illusory energy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Yājñavalkya and Jaimini and other compilers of the religious scriptures cannot know the secret, confidential religious system of the twelve mahājanas. They cannot understand the transcendental value of performing devotional service or chanting the Hare Kṛṣṇa mantra. Because their minds are attracted to the ritualistic ceremonies mentioned in the Vedas — especially the Yajur Veda, Sāma Veda and Ṛg Veda — their intelligence has become dull. Thus they are busy collecting the ingredients for ritualistic ceremonies that yield only temporary benefits, such as elevation to Svargaloka for material happiness. They are not attracted to the saṅkīrtana movement; instead, they are interested in dharma, artha, kāma and mokṣa.
Yamaraja Instructs His Messengers
SB 6.3.25
Vṛtrāsura continued: O Indra, no one is guaranteed of being always victorious but the original enjoyer, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Bhagavān. He is the cause of creation, maintenance and annihilation, and He knows everything. Being dependent and being obliged to accept material bodies, belligerent subordinates are sometimes victorious and sometimes defeated.
Vritrasura's Glorious Death
SB 6.12.7
A foolish, senseless person cannot understand the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Although always dependent, he falsely thinks himself the Supreme. If one thinks, “According to one’s previous fruitive actions, one’s material body is created by the father and mother, and the same body is annihilated by another agent, as another animal is devoured by a tiger,” this is not proper understanding. The Supreme Personality of Godhead Himself creates and devours the living beings through other living beings.
Vritrasura's Glorious Death
SB 6.12.12
My dear Lord, this cosmic manifestation and its creation, maintenance and annihilation are all but Your opulences. Since Lord Brahmā and the other creators are nothing but small portions of a portion of You, their partial power to create does not make them God [īśvara]. Their consciousness of themselves as separate Lords is therefore merely false prestige. It is not valid.
King Citraketu Meets the Supreme Lord
SB 6.16.35
All living entities, moving and nonmoving, are My expansions and are separate from Me. I am the Supersoul of all living beings, who exist because I manifest them. I am the form of the transcendental vibrations like oṁkāra and Hare Kṛṣṇa Hare Rāma, and I am the Supreme Absolute Truth. These two forms of Mine — namely, the transcendental sound and the eternally blissful spiritual form of the Deity, are My eternal forms; they are not material.
King Citraketu Meets the Supreme Lord
SB 6.16.51
It is wonderful that these elderly women do not have a higher sense of life than we do. Indeed, we are most fortunate, for although we are children and have been left to struggle in material life, unprotected by father and mother, and although we are very weak, we have not been vanquished or eaten by ferocious animals. Thus we have a firm belief that the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who has given us protection even in the womb of the mother, will protect us everywhere.
Hiranyakasipu, King of the Demons
SB 7.2.38
In the body the most important substance is the life air, but that also is neither the listener nor the speaker. Beyond even the life air, the soul also can do nothing, for the Supersoul is actually the director, in cooperation with the individual soul. The Supersoul conducting the activities of the body is different from the body and living force.
Hiranyakasipu, King of the Demons
SB 7.2.45
When the Supreme Personality of Godhead is pleased with the living entity because of his devotional service, one becomes a paṇḍita and does not make distinctions between enemies, friends and himself. Intelligently, he then thinks, “Every one of us is an eternal servant of God, and therefore we are not different from one another.”
Prahlada Maharaja, the Saintly Son of Hiranyakasipu
SB 7.5.12
Intelligence can be perceived in three states of activity — wakefulness, dreaming and deep sleep. The person who perceives these three is to be considered the original master, the ruler, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
What Prahlada Learned in the Womb
SB 7.7.25
The Supreme Being, the Personality of Godhead, is the essence of all Vedic knowledge, the root of all religious principles, and the memory of great authorities. O King Yudhiṣṭhira, this principle of religion is to be understood as evidence. On the basis of this religious principle, everything is satisfied, including one’s mind, soul and even one’s body.
The Perfect Society: Four Social Classes
SB 7.11.7
The living entity tries to achieve happiness and rid himself of the causes of distress, but because the various bodies of the living entities are under the full control of material nature, all his plans in different bodies, one after another, are ultimately baffled.
The Behavior of a Perfect Person
SB 7.13.30
O King Yudhiṣṭhira, the Supersoul in every body gives intelligence to the individual soul according to his capacity for understanding. Therefore the Supersoul is the chief within the body. The Supersoul is manifested to the individual soul according to the individual’s comparative development of knowledge, austerity, penance and so on.
Ideal Family Life
SB 7.14.38
Although the Supreme Personality of Godhead constantly watches the activities of the world, no one sees Him. However, one should not think that because no one sees Him, He does not see, for His power to see is never diminished. Therefore, everyone should worship the Supersoul, who always stays with the individual soul as a friend.
The Manus, Administrators of the Universe
SB 8.1.11
My Lord, You are the observer of all the objectives of the senses. Without Your mercy, there is no possibility of solving the problem of doubts. The material world is just like a shadow resembling You. Indeed, one accepts this material world as real because it gives a glimpse of Your existence.
Gajendra's Prayers of Surrender
SB 8.3.14
Lord Brahmā said: O Supreme Lord, O changeless, unlimited supreme truth. You are the origin of everything. Being all-pervading, You are in everyone’s heart and also in the atom. You have no material qualities. Indeed, You are inconceivable. The mind cannot catch You by speculation, and words fail to describe You. You are the supreme master of everyone, and therefore You are worshipable for everyone. We offer our respectful obeisances unto You.
The Demigods Appeal to the Lord for Protection
SB 8.5.26
The Supreme Personality of Godhead directly and indirectly knows how everything, including the living force, mind and intelligence, is working under His control. He is the illuminator of everything and has no ignorance. He does not have a material body subject to the reactions of previous activities, and He is free from the ignorance of partiality and materialistic education. I therefore take shelter of the lotus feet of the Supreme Lord, who is eternal, all-pervading and as great as the sky and who appears with six opulences in three yugas [Satya, Tretā and Dvāpara].
The Demigods Appeal to the Lord for Protection
SB 8.5.27
Seeing Lord Śiva unagitated and unashamed, Lord Viṣṇu [Madhusūdana] was very pleased. Thus He resumed His original form and spoke as follows.
The Mohini-murti Incarnation Bewilders Lord Siva
SB 8.12.37
You will be thoroughly advised and favored by Me, and because of your inquiries, everything about My glories, which are known as paraṁ brahma, will be manifest within your heart. Thus you will know everything about Me.
Matsya, the Lord's Fish Incarnation
SB 8.24.38
The Supreme Personality of Godhead acts through His material energy in the creation, maintenance and annihilation of this cosmic manifestation just to deliver the living entity by His compassion and stop the living entity’s birth, death and duration of materialistic life. Thus He enables the living being to return home, back to Godhead.
Krishna the Supreme Personality of Godhead
SB 9.24.58
The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Śrī Kṛṣṇa, known as līlā-puruṣottama, appeared as the son of Vasudeva but immediately left His father’s home and went to Vṛndāvana to expand His loving relationship with His confidential devotees. In Vṛndāvana the Lord killed many demons, and afterwards He returned to Dvārakā, where according to Vedic principles He married many wives who were the best of women, begot through them hundreds of sons, and performed sacrifices for His own worship to establish the principles of householder life.
Krishna the Supreme Personality of Godhead
SB 9.24.66
Glorification of the Supreme Personality of Godhead is performed in the paramparā system, that is, it is conveyed from the spiritual master to disciple. Such glorification is relished by those no longer interested in the false, temporary glorification of this cosmic manifestation. Descriptions of the Lord are the right medicine for the conditioned soul undergoing repeated birth and death. Therefore, who will cease hearing such glorification of the Lord except a butcher or one who is killing his own self?
The Advent of Lord Krishna: Introduction
SB 10.1.4
The glories of the Supreme Personality of Godhead are studied through the three Vedas, the Upaniṣads, the literature of Sāṅkhya-yoga, and other Vaiṣṇava literature, yet mother Yaśodā considered that Supreme Person her ordinary child.
Lord Krishna Shows the Universal Form Within His Mouth
SB 10.8.45
The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa, the son of mother Yaśodā, is accessible to devotees engaged in spontaneous loving service, but He is not as easily accessible to mental speculators, to those striving for self-realization by severe austerities and penances, or to those who consider the body the same as the self.
Mother Yasoda Binds Lord Lord Krishna
SB 10.9.21
One of the gopīs, while meditating on Her previous association with Kṛṣṇa, saw a honeybee before Her and imagined it to be a messenger sent by Her beloved. Thus She spoke as follows.
The Song of the Bee
SB 10.47.11
The Śiva-jvara said: I bow down to You of unlimited potencies, the Supreme Lord, the Supersoul of all beings. You possess pure and complete consciousness and are the cause of cosmic creation, maintenance and dissolution. Perfectly peaceful, You are the Absolute Truth to whom the Vedas indirectly refer.
Lord Krishna Fights with Banasura
SB 10.63.25
His fame, as broadcast by the Vedas, the water that has washed His feet, and the words He speaks in the form of the revealed scriptures — these thoroughly purify this universe. Although the earth’s good fortune was ravaged by time, the touch of His lotus feet has revitalized her, and thus she is raining down on us the fulfillment of all our desires. The same Lord Viṣṇu who makes one forget the goals of heaven and liberation has now entered into marital and blood relationships with you, who otherwise travel on the hellish path of family life. Indeed, in these relationships you see and touch Him directly, walk beside Him, converse with Him, and together with Him lie down to rest, sit at ease and take your meals.
Krishna and Balarama Meet the Inhabitants of Vrindavana
SB 10.82.29-30
Just as the honeybee takes nectar from all flowers, big and small, an intelligent human being should take the essence from all religious scriptures.
The Story of Pingala
SB 11.8.10
Among the eight progressive states of yoga I am the final stage, samādhi, in which the soul is completely separated from illusion. Among those desiring victory I am prudent political counsel, and among processes of expert discrimination I am the science of the soul, by which one distinguishes spirit from matter. Among all speculative philosophers I am diversity of perception.
The Lord's Opulence
SB 11.16.24
My dear Lord, the distinction observed between piety and sin comes from Your own Vedic knowledge and does not arise by itself. If the same Vedic literature subsequently nullifies such distinction between piety and sin, there will certainly be confusion.
Pure Devotional Service Surpasses Knowledge and Detachment
SB 11.20.5
Those who are full of lust, avarice and greed mistake mere flowers to be the actual fruit of life. Bewildered by the glare of fire and suffocated by its smoke, they cannot recognize their own true identity.
Lord Krishna's Explanation of the Vedic Path
SB 11.21.27
Cities will be dominated by thieves, the Vedas will be contaminated by speculative interpretations of atheists, political leaders will virtually consume the citizens, and the so-called priests and intellectuals will be devotees of their bellies and genitals.
The Bhumi-gita
SB 12.3.32
What the Upaniṣads describe as the impersonal Brahman is but the effulgence of His body, and the Lord known as the Supersoul is but His localized plenary portion. Lord Caitanya is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa Himself, full with six opulences. He is the Absolute Truth, and no other truth is greater than or equal to Him.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Is the Supreme Personality of Godhead
CC 1.2.5
The blasphemers said, “Although a sannyāsī, He does not take interest in the study of Vedānta but instead always engages in chanting and dancing in saṅkīrtana.
Lord Caitanya in Five Features
CC 1.7.41
The Lord replied, “I belong to a lower order of sannyāsīs. Therefore I do not deserve to sit with you.”
Lord Caitanya in Five Features
CC 1.7.64
“ ‘You are a fool,’ he said. ‘You are not qualified to study Vedānta philosophy, and therefore You must always chant the holy name of Kṛṣṇa. This is the essence of all mantras, or Vedic hymns.
Lord Caitanya in Five Features
CC 1.7.72
“ ‘You are a fool,’ he said. ‘You are not qualified to study Vedānta philosophy, and therefore You must always chant the holy name of Kṛṣṇa. This is the essence of all mantras, or Vedic hymns.
Lord Caitanya in Five Features
CC 1.7.72
“The Vedic sound vibration oṁkāra, the principal word in the Vedic literatures, is the basis of all Vedic vibrations. Therefore one should accept oṁkāra as the sound representation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead and the reservoir of the cosmic manifestation.
Lord Caitanya in Five Features
CC 1.7.128
When teaching a course in grammar [vyākaraṇa] and explaining it with notes, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu taught His disciples about the glories of Lord Kṛṣṇa. All explanations culminated in Kṛṣṇa, and His disciples would understand them very easily. Thus His influence was wonderful.
The Advent of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
CC 1.13.29
Both Rūpa Gosvāmī and Sanātana Gosvāmī brought various scriptures to Vṛndāvana and collected the essence of these by compiling many scriptures on devotional service. In this way they delivered all rascals and fallen souls.
The Later Pastimes of Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
CC 2.1.33
“All the Vedas and literature that strictly follows the Vedic principles explain that the Supreme Brahman is the Absolute Truth, the greatest of all, and a feature of the Supreme Lord.
The Liberation of Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
CC 2.6.139
“The word ‘Brahman’ indicates the complete Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is Śrī Kṛṣṇa. That is the verdict of all Vedic literature.
The Liberation of Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
CC 2.6.147
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu continued, “The Supreme Personality of Godhead is the central point of all relationships, acting in devotional service to Him is one’s real occupation, and the attainment of love of Godhead is the ultimate goal of life. These three subject matters are described in the Vedic literature.
The Liberation of Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
CC 2.6.178
“Actually You are speaking through my mouth, and at the same time You are listening. This is very mysterious. Anyway, kindly hear the explanation of the process by which the goal can be attained.
Talks Between Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Ramananda Raya
CC 2.8.200
While the Lord was bathing and murmuring the Gāyatrī mantra, the elephants came before Him. The Lord immediately splashed some water on the elephants and asked them to chant the name of Kṛṣṇa.
The Lord Travels to Vrindavana
CC 2.17.31
Candraśekhara continued, “There is no talk at Vārāṇasī other than discussions on the six philosophical theses. Nonetheless, Tapana Miśra has been very kind to me, for he speaks about topics relating to Lord Kṛṣṇa.
The Lord Travels to Vrindavana
CC 2.17.96
There was a great Māyāvādī sannyāsī named Prakāśānanda Sarasvatī, who used to teach Vedānta philosophy to a great assembly of followers.
The Lord Travels to Vrindavana
CC 2.17.104
“A devotee’s behavior establishes the true purpose of religious principles. The behavior of Mādhavendra Purī Gosvāmī is the essence of such religious principles.”
The Lord Travels to Vrindavana
CC 2.17.185
“Among human beings, those who are followers of the Vedic principles are considered civilized. Among these, almost half simply give lip service while committing all kinds of sinful activities against these principles. Such people do not care for the regulative principles.
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Instructs Srila Rupa Gosvami
CC 2.19.146
“Devotional service, or sense activity for the satisfaction of the Lord, is called abhidheya because it can develop one’s original love of Godhead, which is the goal of life. This goal is the living entity’s topmost interest and greatest wealth. Thus one attains the platform of transcendental loving service unto the Lord.
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Instructs Sanatana Gosvami in the Science of the Absolute Truth
CC 2.20.125
“ ‘However, if you dig up a small quantity of dirt on the eastern side, your hands will immediately touch the pot of treasure.’
Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu Instructs Sanatana Gosvami in the Science of the Absolute Truth
CC 2.20.135
“ ‘The six divisions of surrender are the acceptance of those things favorable to devotional service, the rejection of unfavorable things, the conviction that Kṛṣṇa will give protection, the acceptance of the Lord as one’s guardian or master, full self-surrender, and humility.
The Process of Devotional Service
CC 2.22.100
“By studying the six philosophical theories, one cannot reach the Absolute Truth. It is therefore our duty to follow the path of the mahājanas, the authorities. Whatever they say should be accepted as the supreme truth.
How All the Residents of Varanasi Became Vaishnavas
CC 2.25.56
Chapter 18: The Conversations with Prakasananda
Teachings of Lord Caitanya
TLC 18
Chapter 1: The Original Person
Teachings of Queen Kunti
TQK 1
Chapter 6: The Master of the Senses
Teachings of Queen Kunti
TQK 6
Those who engage in the culture of nescient activities shall enter into the darkest region of ignorance. Worse still are those engaged in the culture of so-called knowledge.
Sri Isopanishad
Iso 9
Others consider bhakti and knowledge interdependent.
Narada Bhakti Sutra
NBS 29
That person who renounces even the Vedas obtains exclusive and uninterrupted attraction for God.
Narada Bhakti Sutra
NBS 49
New York, February 19-20, 1966
LBG 0.4
London, July 15, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.15
London, July 15, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.15
London, July 17, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.20
London, July 20, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.24
London, July 28, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.40
London, August 3, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.2
London, August 7, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.7
London, August 7, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.7
Manila, October 12, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.13
Hyderabad, November 18, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.13
London, August 23, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.17
Hyderabad, November 25, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.20
Hyderabad, November 25, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.20
London, August 26, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.21
Los Angeles, December 16, 1968
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.46
New York, April 5, 1966
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.49
Los Angeles, December 23, 1968
Karma-yoga
LBG 3.6
New York, May 27, 1966
Karma-yoga
LBG 3.17
Madras, January 1, 1976
Karma-yoga
LBG 3.27
Los Angeles, January 1, 1969
Karma-yoga
LBG 3.31
Delhi, November 10, 1971
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.1
Bombay, March 22, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.2
Bombay, March 23, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.3
Bombay, March 25, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.5
Bombay, March 25, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.5
Bombay, March 25, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.5
Bombay, March 25, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.5
Vrndavana, August 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.10
Calcutta, September 23, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.10
Bombay, April 4, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.15
New York, August 9, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.20
New York, August 12, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.24
New York, September 18, 1966
Dhyana-yoga
LBG 6.40
University of Florida
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Auckland, April 15, 1972
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Hyderabad, April 27, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Hong Kong, January 25, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Hong Kong, January 25, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Durban, October 9, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Nairobi, October 28, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.2
Bombay, March 29, 1971
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
Bombay, February 18, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
Vrndavana, August 9, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
Vrndavana, August 9, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
Nairobi, October 29, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
Bombay, February 19, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.4
Nairobi, October 31, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.4
Bombay, February 22, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.7
Bombay, February 24, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.9
Toronto, June 20, 1976
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.3
Toronto, June 20, 1976
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.3
Calcutta, March 9, 1972
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.4
Melbourne, April 23, 1976
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.4
New York, December 4, 1966
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.18
Durban, October 13, 1975
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.1-2
Bombay, December 30, 1972
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Paris, August 11, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Paris, August 11, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Hyderabad, April 19, 1974
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Hyderabad, April 19, 1974
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Hyderabad, April 19, 1974
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Paris, August 12, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.4
Paris, August 12, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.4
Bombay, September 28, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.5
Bombay, September 30, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.8-12
Bombay, September 30, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.8-12
Bombay, October 3, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.8-12
Bombay, October 6, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.13
Bombay, October 6, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.13
Bombay, October 7, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.14
Bombay, October 10, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.16
Bombay, October 11, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.17
Bombay, October 12, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.18
Bombay, October 13, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.19
Bombay, October 15, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.21
Hyderabad, August 17, 1976
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.22
Hyderabad, August 17, 1976
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.22
Bombay, October 22, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.23
Bombay, October 28, 1973
The Yoga of the Supreme Person
LBG 15.1
August 5, 1976, New Mayapur (French farm)
The Yoga of the Supreme Person
LBG 15.15
South Africa, October 18, 1975
The Divine And Demoniac Natures
LBG 16.6
Tokyo, January 28, 1975
The Divine And Demoniac Natures
LBG 16.8
Hawaii, February 4, 1975
The Divine And Demoniac Natures
LBG 16.8
Ahmedabad, December 10, 1972
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.67
Ahmedabad, December 9, 1972
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.67
Ahmedabad, December 9, 1972
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.67
Caracas, February 21, 1975
Questions by the Sages
LSB 1.1.1
London, August 19, 1971
Questions by the Sages
LSB 1.1.3
London, August 19, 1971
Questions by the Sages
LSB 1.1.3
London, August 24, 1971
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.3
Edinburgh, July 17, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.5
Delhi, November 14, 1973
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.9
Bombay, December 28, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.10
Delhi, November 16, 1973
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.10
Delhi, November 18, 1973
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.12
San Francisco, March 25, 1967
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.17
Calcutta, September 26, 1974
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.18
Calcutta, September 26, 1974
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.18
Vrndavana, November 3, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.23
Los Angeles, August 27, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.24
Vrndavana, November 4, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.24
Vrndavana, November 5, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.25
Vrndavana, November 7, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.27
Vrndavana, November 7, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.27
Vrndavana, November 8, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.28-29
Vrndavana, November 10, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.31
Vrndavana, November 10, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.31
Los Angeles, September 23, 1972
Krishna Is the Source of All Incarnations
LSB 1.3.18
New Vrindaban, May 22, 1969
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.1
New Vrindaban, May 22, 1969
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.1
New Vrindaban, June 11, 1969
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.12
New Vrindaban, June 13, 1969
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.13
Vrndavana, August 5, 1975
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.24
Vrndavana, April 18, 1975
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.6
Vrndavana, April 18, 1975
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.6
Vrndavana, September 5, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.6
Vrndavana, September 6, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.7
Vrndavana, October 1, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.40
Vrndavana, October 8, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.51
Mayapura, September 28, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.18
Mayapura, September 29, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.19
Los Angeles, April 15, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.23
Los Angeles, April 15, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.23
Mayapura, October 3, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.23
Los Angeles, April 22, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.30
Mayapura, October 13, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.33
Mayapura, October 13, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.33
Los Angeles, April 26, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.34
Mayapura, October 21, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.41
Mayapura, October 22, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.42
Los Angeles, May 7, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.45
Mayapura, June 22, 1973
Departure of Lord Krishna for Dvaraka
LSB 1.10.7
Mayapura, June 22, 1973
Departure of Lord Krishna for Dvaraka
LSB 1.10.7
New York, November 29, 1973
The Pandavas Retire Timely
LSB 1.15.1
Los Angeles, December 3, 1973
The Pandavas Retire Timely
LSB 1.15.24
Los Angeles, December 12, 1973
The Pandavas Retire Timely
LSB 1.15.34
Los Angeles, December 13, 1973
The Pandavas Retire Timely
LSB 1.15.35
Los Angeles, January 9, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.12
Los Angeles, January 10, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.13-15
Los Angeles, January 12, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.17
Hawaii, January 20, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.24
Los Angeles, June 12, 1972
Pure Devotional Service: The Change in Heart
LSB 2.3.17
Los Angeles, June 23, 1972
Pure Devotional Service: The Change in Heart
LSB 2.3.25
Los Angeles, June 24, 197
The Process of Creation
LSB 2.4.1
Los Angeles, February 10, 19
Questions by King Parikshit
LSB 2.8.7
Tokyo, April 26, 1972
Answers by Citing the Lord's Version
LSB 2.9.10
Dallas, March 3, 1975
Creation of the Kumaras and Others
LSB 3.12.19
Bombay, November 4, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.4
Bombay, November 5, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.5
Bombay, November 11, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.11
Bombay, November 11, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.11
Bombay, November 13, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.13
Bombay, November 16, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.16
Bombay, November 19, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.19
Bombay, November 19, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.19
Bombay, November 25, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.25
Bombay, November 29, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.29
Bombay, December 11, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.43
Bombay, December 13, 197
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.1
Bombay, December 18, 1974
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.6
Bombay, December 18, 1974
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.6
Bombay, December 27, 1974
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.18
Bombay, December 27, 1974
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.18
Bombay, December 31, 1974
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.22
Bombay, January 3, 1975
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.26
Bombay, January 16, 1975
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.41
Bombay, January 19, 1975
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.44
Bombay, January 19, 1975
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.44
Bombay, January 19, 1975
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.44
Bombay, January 19, 1975
Fundamental Principles of Material Nature
LSB 3.26.44
Tittenhurst, London, September 1
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.1
Tittenhurst, London, September 1
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.1
Vrndavana, October 24, 197
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.2
Bombay, March 29, 1977
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.3
Bombay, March 29, 1977
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.3
Bombay, March 29, 1977
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.3
Bombay, March 29, 1977
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.3
Vrndavana, November 16, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.29
Vrndavana, November 17, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.30
Vrndavana, November 22, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.35
Vrndavana, November 28, 1976
The Activities of Lord Rishabhadeva
LSB 5.6.6
Melbourne, May 20, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.1
Melbourne, May 22, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.3
Melbourne, May 22, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.3
New York, July 21, 1971
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.6
Nellore, January 8, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.15
Honolulu, May 21, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.21
Honolulu, May 21, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.21
Honolulu, May 21, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.21
Philadelphia, July 13, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.28-29
Philadelphia, July 13, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.28-29
Honolulu, May 30, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.31
San Francisco, July 20, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.39
San Francisco, July 20, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.39
San Francisco, July 20, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.39
Surat, December 22, 1970
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.40
Los Angeles, July 23, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.42
Los Angeles, July 23, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.42
Los Angeles, June 10, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.44
Dallas, July 30, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.48
Dallas, July 30, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.48
Detroit, June 14, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.48
Vrndavana, September 18, 1975
Ajamila Delivered by the Vishnudutas
LSB 6.2.15
Vrndavana, September 18, 1975
Ajamila Delivered by the Vishnudutas
LSB 6.2.15
Bombay, January 12, 1973
Prahlada Maharaja, the Saintly Son of Hiranyakasipu
LSB 7.5.1
San Francisco, March 6, 1967
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.1
Madras, January 2, 1976
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.1
Madras, January 2, 1976
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.1
Vrndavana, December 12, 1975
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.10
Washington D.C., July 3, 1976
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.20-23
San Francisco, March 10, 1967
What Prahlada Learned in the Womb
LSB 7.7.22
San Francisco, March 10, 1967
What Prahlada Learned in the Womb
LSB 7.7.22
Calcutta, March 5, 1972
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.8
Montreal, July 10, 1968
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.10
Hawaii, March 24, 1969
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.11
Hawaii, March 24, 1969
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.11
Hawaii, March 24, 1969
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.11
Mayapur, March 15, 1976
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.37
Vrndavana, April 7, 1976
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.52
Bombay, April 14, 1976
The Perfect Society: Four Spiritual Classes
LSB 7.12.3
Room Conversation
April 1969
TLKS 1969.4.24776
Room Conversation
April 1969
TLKS 1969.4.24782
Room Conversation
December 1970
TLKS 1970.12.247CA
Conversation with Prof. Kotovsky
June 1971
TLKS 1971.6.247FE
Talk with Bob Cohen
February 1972
TLKS 1972.2.24872
Room Conversation
May 1972
TLKS 1972.5.248CA
Morning Walks
October 1972
TLKS 1972.10.24902
Morning Walk
April 1973
TLKS 1973.4.24946
Morning Walk
April 1973
TLKS 1973.4.24946
Morning Walk At Cheviot Hills Golf Course
May 1973
TLKS 1973.5.2498E
Morning Walk At Cheviot Hills Golf Course
May 1973
TLKS 1973.5.2498E
Room Conversation With David Wynne
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.2499E
Room Conversation With David Wynne
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.2499E
Room Conversation with David Wynne, Sculptor
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.249A2
Room Conversation with Sir Alistair Hardy
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.249D6
Room Conversation
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A5A
Morning Walk
December 1973
TLKS 1973.12.24A86
Morning Walk
December 1973
TLKS 1973.12.24A86
Morning Walk
March 1974
TLKS 1974.3.24B82
Morning Walk
March 1974
TLKS 1974.3.24B82
Morning Walk
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24BB6
Morning Walk
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C86
Room Conversation with Svarupa Damodara
February 1975
TLKS 1975.2.24D4A
Room Conversation with Canadian Ambassador to Iran
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D8A
Morning Walk
April 1975
TLKS 1975.4.24DDA
Morning Walk
April 1975
TLKS 1975.4.24DF2
Morning Walk
May 1975
TLKS 1975.5.24E7E
Garden Conversation with Dr. Gerson and devotees
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24EBA
Garden Conversation with Dr. Gerson and devotees
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24EBA
Morning Walk
July 1975
TLKS 1975.7.24F22
Morning Walk
July 1975
TLKS 1975.7.24F72
Room Conversation
August 1975
TLKS 1975.8.24FCE
Morning Walk
November 1975
TLKS 1975.11.250D2
Morning Walk
December 1975
TLKS 1975.12.25122
Morning Walks
January 1976
TLKS 1976.1.251A6
Morning Walk
March 1976
TLKS 1976.3.251F2
Morning Walk
March 1976
TLKS 1976.3.251F2
Garden Conversation
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.2531E
Garden Conversation
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253B6
Garden Conversation
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253EA
Answers to a Questionnaire from Bhavan''s Journal
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253F2
Answers to a Questionnaire from Bhavan''s Journal
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253F2
Answers to a Questionnaire from Bhavan''s Journal
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253F2
Answers to a Questionnaire from Bhavan''s Journal
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253F2
Answers to a Questionnaire from Bhavan''s Journal
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253F2
Answers to a Questionnaire from Bhavan''s Journal
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253F2
"Life Comes From Life" Slideshow Discussions
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.2541E
"Life Comes From Life" Slideshow Discussions
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.2541E
Conversation with Prof. Saligram and Dr. Sukla
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25436
Conversation with Prof. Saligram and Dr. Sukla
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25436
Conversation with Prof. Saligram and Dr. Sukla
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25436
Conversation with Prof. Saligram and Dr. Sukla
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25436
Room Conversation
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.254DE
Evening Darsana
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.2553A
Evening Darsan
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.25542
Evening Darsan
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.25542
Evening Darsana
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.2554E
Evening Darsana
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.2554E
Room Conversation with Endowments Commissioner of Andhra Pradesh
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.255AA
Room Conversation with U.N. Doctor
September 1976
TLKS 1976.9.2562E
Room Conversation with Dr. Theodore Kneupper
November 1976
TLKS 1976.11.25672
Press Conference
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.256BA
Morning Walk and Room Conversation
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.256D2
Morning Walk and Room Conversation
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.256D2
Morning Walk and Room Conversation
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.256D2
Room Conversation
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.25702
Room Conversation
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.25702
Room Conversation with Scientists, Svarupa Damodara, and Dr. Sharma
March 1977
TLKS 1977.3.258FE
GBC Meets with Srila Prabhupada
May 1977
TLKS 1977.5.259D2
Discussions with Devotees and Conversation with Dr. Ghosh
June 1977
TLKS 1977.6.259EA
Meeting With Governor of Tamil Nadu
July 1977
TLKS 1977.7.25A9E
Room Conversation
October 1977
TLKS 1977.10.25B5A
Mayapur, March 25, 1975
LCC 1.1.1
Gorakhpur, February 19, 1971 (Krṣṇa Niketan)
LCC 2.6.154
New York, July 19, 1976
LCC 2.20.111
London, July 23, 1976
LCC 2.20.113
Bombay, November 12, 1975
LCC 2.20.120
New York, November 25, 1966
LCC 2.20.121
New York, November 25, 1966
LCC 2.20.121
New York, November 25, 1966
LCC 2.20.121
New York, December 1, 1966
LCC 2.20.144
New York, December 1, 1966
LCC 2.20.144
New York, December 25, 1966
LCC 2.20.337
New York, January 7, 1967
LCC 2.22.5
New York, January 7, 1967
LCC 2.22.5
Los Angeles, April 30, 1970
Lectures on Isopanishad
LISO 1
The Gopis Attracted by the Flute
Volume One
KB 1.21