Bhagavad Gita As It Is

References to text BG 4.13
BG 4.13: According to the three modes of material nature and the work associated with them, the four divisions of human society are created by Me. And although I am the creator of this system, you should know that I am yet the nondoer, being unchangeable.

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O best among the twice-born, it is therefore concluded that the highest perfection one can achieve by discharging the duties prescribed for one’s own occupation according to caste divisions and orders of life is to please the Personality of Godhead.
Divinity and Divine Service
SB 1.2.13
At Mahārāja Yudhiṣṭhira’s inquiry, Bhīṣmadeva first defined all the classifications of castes and orders of life in terms of the individual’s qualifications. Then he systematically, in twofold divisions, described counteraction by detachment and interaction by attachment.
The Passing Away of Bhishmadeva in the Presence of Lord Krishna
SB 1.9.26
O chief of the Kuru dynasty, the Vedic wisdom became manifested from the mouth of the virāṭ, the gigantic form. Those who are inclined to this Vedic knowledge are called brāhmaṇas, and they are the natural teachers and spiritual masters of all the orders of society.
Creation of the Universal Form
SB 3.6.30
The four divisions of retired life are the vaikhānasas, vālakhilyas, audumbaras and phenapas. The four divisions of the renounced order of life are the kuṭīcakas, bahvodas, haṁsas and niṣkriyas. All these were manifested from Brahmā.
Creation of the Kumaras and Others
SB 3.12.43
The great sage Maitreya continued: O great hero Vidura, the great sages, headed by Bhṛgu, were always thinking of the welfare of the people in general. When they saw that in the absence of King Aṅga there was no one to protect the interests of the people, they understood that without a ruler the people would become independent and nonregulated.
The Story of King Vena
SB 4.14.1
A person who executes his occupational duty properly for one hundred births becomes qualified to occupy the post of Brahmā, and if he becomes more qualified, he can approach Lord Śiva. A person who is directly surrendered to Lord Kṛṣṇa, or Viṣṇu, in unalloyed devotional service is immediately promoted to the spiritual planets. Lord Śiva and other demigods attain these planets after the destruction of this material world.
Chanting the Song Sung by Lord Siva
SB 4.24.29
By the arrangement of the Supreme Lord, low-grade living beings like bugs and mosquitoes suck the blood of human beings and other animals. Such insignificant creatures are unaware that their bites are painful to the human being. However, first-class human beings — brāhmaṇas, kṣatriyas and vaiśyas — are developed in consciousness, and therefore they know how painful it is to be killed. A human being endowed with knowledge certainly commits sin if he kills or torments insignificant creatures, who have no discrimination. The Supreme Lord punishes such a man by putting him into the hell known as Andhakūpa, where he is attacked by all the birds and beasts, reptiles, mosquitoes, lice, worms, flies, and any other creatures he tormented during his life. They attack him from all sides, robbing him of the pleasure of sleep. Unable to rest, he constantly wanders about in the darkness. Thus in Andhakūpa his suffering is just like that of a creature in the lower species.
A Description of the Hellish Planets
SB 5.26.17
The shameless husbands of lowborn śūdra women live exactly like animals, and therefore they have no good behavior, cleanliness or regulated life. After death, such persons are thrown into the hell called Pūyoda, where they are put into an ocean filled with pus, stool, urine, mucus, saliva and similar things. Śūdras who could not improve themselves fall into that ocean and are forced to eat those disgusting things.
A Description of the Hellish Planets
SB 5.26.23
While I am engaged in the business of killing Lord Viṣṇu, go down to the planet earth, which is flourishing due to brahminical culture and a kṣatriya government. These people engage in austerity, sacrifice, Vedic study, regulative vows, and charity. Destroy all the people thus engaged!
Hiranyakasipu, King of the Demons
SB 7.2.10
In time of emergency, one may accept any of the various types of professions known as ṛta, amṛta, mṛta, pramṛta and satyānṛta, but one should not at any time accept the profession of a dog. The profession of uñchaśila, collecting grains from the field, is called ṛta. Collecting without begging is called amṛta, begging grains is called mṛta, tilling the ground is called pramṛta, and trade is called satyānṛta. Engaging in the service of low-grade persons, however, is called śva-vṛtti, the profession of the dogs. Specifically, brāhmaṇas and kṣatriyas should not engage in the low and abominable service of śūdras. Brāhmaṇas should be well acquainted with all the Vedic knowledge, and kṣatriyas should be well acquainted with the worship of demigods.
The Perfect Society: Four Social Classes
SB 7.11.18-20
If one shows the symptoms of being a brāhmaṇa, kṣatriya, vaiśya or śūdra, as described above, even if he has appeared in a different class, he should be accepted according to those symptoms of classification.
The Perfect Society: Four Social Classes
SB 7.11.35
Dogs, fallen persons and untouchables, including caṇḍālas [dog-eaters], should all be maintained with their proper necessities, which should be contributed by the householders. Even one’s wife at home, with whom one is most intimately attached, should be offered for the reception of guests and people in general.
Ideal Family Life
SB 7.14.11
Being pleased by the full surrender and submission of Lord Bharata, Lord Rāmacandra then accepted the throne of the state. He cared for the citizens exactly like a father, and the citizens, being fully engaged in their occupational duties of varṇa and āśrama, accepted Him as their father.
The Pastimes of the Supreme Lord, Ramacandra
SB 9.10.50
Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, descendant of Mahārāja Bharata, I shall now describe the dynasty of Pūru, in which you were born, in which many saintly kings appeared, and from which many dynasties of brāhmaṇas began.
The Dynasty of Puru
SB 9.20.1
Although the demons who take possession of the government are dressed like men of government, they do not know the duty of the government. Consequently, by the arrangement of God, such demons, who possess great military strength, fight with one another, and thus the great burden of demons on the surface of the earth is reduced. The demons increase their military power by the will of the Supreme, so that their numbers will be diminished and the devotees will have a chance to advance in Kṛṣṇa consciousness.
Krishna the Supreme Personality of Godhead
SB 9.24.59
Once when mother earth was overburdened by hundreds of thousands of military phalanxes of various conceited demons dressed like kings, she approached Lord Brahmā for relief.
The Advent of Lord Krishna: Introduction
SB 10.1.17
When brāhmaṇas are free from envy, untruthfulness, unnecessary pride, grudges, disturbance by the opulence of others, and false prestige, their blessings never go in vain. Considering this, Nanda Mahārāja soberly took Kṛṣṇa on his lap and invited such truthful brāhmaṇas to perform a ritualistic ceremony according to the holy hymns of the Sāma Veda, Ṛg Veda and Yajur Veda. Then, while the hymns were being chanted, he bathed the child with water mixed with pure herbs, and after performing a fire ceremony, he sumptuously fed all the brāhmaṇas with first-class grains and other food.
The Killing of the Demon Trinavarta
SB 10.7.13-15
My lord, you are the best of the brāhmaṇas, especially because you are fully aware of the jyotiḥ-śāstra, the astrological science. Therefore you are naturally the spiritual master of every human being. This being so, since you have kindly come to my house, kindly execute the reformatory activities for my two sons.
Lord Krishna Shows the Universal Form Within His Mouth
SB 10.8.6
Nanda Mahārāja said: My dear great sage, if you think that your performing this process of purification will make Kaṁsa suspicious, then secretly chant the Vedic hymns and perform the purifying process of second birth here in the cow shed of my house, without the knowledge of anyone else, even my relatives, for this process of purification is essential.
Lord Krishna Shows the Universal Form Within His Mouth
SB 10.8.10
In accordance with the particular nature one has acquired in conditioned life, whatever one does with body, words, mind, senses, intelligence or purified consciousness one should offer to the Supreme, thinking, “This is for the pleasure of Lord Nārāyaṇa.”
Maharaja Nimi Meets the Nine Yogendras
SB 11.2.36
The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: Taking full shelter in Me, with the mind carefully fixed in the devotional service of the Lord as spoken by Me, one should live without personal desire and practice the social and occupational system called varṇāśrama.
The Nature of Fruitive Activity
SB 11.10.1
Śrī Uddhava said: My dear Lord, previously You described the principles of devotional service that are to be practiced by followers of the varṇāśrama system and even ordinary, unregulated human beings. My dear lotus-eyed Lord, now please explain to me how all human beings can achieve loving service unto You by the execution of their prescribed duties.
Lord Krishna's Description of the Varnasrama System
SB 11.17.1-2
On another day an astrologer came who was said to know everything — past, present and future. Thus Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu received him with all honor and put this question before him.
The Pastimes of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu in His Youth
CC 1.17.103
Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu ordered Rāmānanda Rāya, “Recite a verse from the revealed scriptures concerning the ultimate goal of life.”
Talks Between Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Ramananda Raya
CC 2.8.57
“Therefore, Amogha, get up and chant the Hare Kṛṣṇa mahā-mantra! If you do so, Kṛṣṇa will unfailingly bestow mercy upon you.”
The Lord Accepts Prasadam at the House of Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya
CC 2.15.277
Introduction
Sri Isopanishad
Iso 0.1
London, July 13, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.12
London, July 22, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.28
London, July 30, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.43
London, July 30, 1973
Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuruks?etra
LBG 1.43
Ahmedabad, December 7, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.1
Johannesburg, October 17, 1975
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.1
Ahmedabad, December 11, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.2
Ahmedabad, December 11, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.2
Ahmedabad, December 11, 1972
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
Auckland, February 21, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.9
Edinburgh, July 16, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.11
New York, March 11, 1966
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.13
Manila, October 12, 1972
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.13
London, September 1, 1973
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.31
New York, March 28, 1966
Contents of the Gita Summarized
LBG 2.46
Los Angeles, December 30, 1968
Karma-yoga
LBG 3.18
Bombay, April 1, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
Vrndavana, August 4, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, July 29, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.12
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, April 8, 1973
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 2, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Johannesburg, October 19, 1975
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, August 1, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, August 1, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
New York, August 1, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.13
Bombay, April 3, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.14
Bombay, April 3, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.14
Bombay, April 3, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.14
Bombay, April 3, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.14
Vrndavana, August 6, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.14
Bombay, April 4, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.15
Bombay, April 4, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.15
Bombay, April 5, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.16
Bombay, April 5, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.16
Bombay, April 5, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.16
Bombay, April 6, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.17
Bombay, April 6, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.17
Bombay, April 6, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.17
Bombay, April 6, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.17
Bombay, April 7, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.18
Bombay, April 8, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.19
Bombay, April 8, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.19
Bombay, April 8, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.19
Bombay, April 10, 1974
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.21
New York, August 12, 1966
Transcendental Knowledge
LBG 4.24
San Francisco, March 17, 1968
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Madras, February 14, 1972
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Calcutta, January 27, 1973
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Calcutta, January 27, 1973
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Hyderabad, April 27, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Hyderabad, April 27, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Hyderabad, April 27, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Fiji, May 24, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Fiji, May 24, 1975
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Bhuvanesvara, January 22, 1977
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.1
Bombay, March 29, 1971
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
Bombay, March 29, 1971
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.3
New York, October 2, 1966
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.8
Bombay, February 24, 1974
Knowledge of the Absolute
LBG 7.9
Calcutta, March 7, 1972
The Most Confidential Knowledge
LBG 9.2
Bombay, December 30, 1972
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Bombay, December 30, 1972
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.3
Bombay, December 30, 1972
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
Bombay, September 28, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.5
Bombay, October 3, 1973
Nature, the Enjoyer, and Consciousness
LBG 13.8-12
Calcutta, February 23, 1972
The Divine And Demoniac Natures
LBG 16.5
Stockholm, September 7, 1973
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.41
Stockholm, September 7, 1973
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.41
Durban, October 11, 1975
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.45
Durban, October 11, 1975
Conclusion — The Perfection of Renunciation
LBG 18.45
London, August 10, 1971
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.2
Rome, May 26, 1974
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.2
Rome, May 26, 1974
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.2
At Ladies Club
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.5
Bombay, December 26, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.8
New Vrindaban, September 7, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.9
Hyderabad, April 23, 1974
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.9
Hyderabad, April 23, 1974
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.9
Los Angeles, August 17, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.14
Los Angeles, August 17, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.14
Vrndavana, October 27, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.16
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 8, 1972
Divinity and Divine Service
LSB 1.2.28-29
Los Angeles, January 10, 1968
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.2
Vrndavana, August 3, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.22
Vrndavana, August 3, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.22
Vrndavana, August 3, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.22
Vrndavana, August 3, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.22
Vrndavana, August 3, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.22
Vrndavana, August 17, 1974
Narada's Instructions on Srimad-Bhagavatam for Vyasadeva
LSB 1.5.36
Vrndavana, April 24, 1975
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.7
Vrndavana, September 14, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.16
Vrndavana, September 14, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.16
Vrndavana, September 29, 1976
The Son of Drona Punished
LSB 1.7.36
New York, April 12, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.20
New York, April 12, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.20
Mayapur, October 14, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.34
Mayapura, October 20, 1974
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.40
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 6, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.44
Los Angeles, May 8, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.46
Los Angeles, May 12, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.50
Los Angeles, May 12, 1973
Prayers by Queen Kunti and Parikshit Saved
LSB 1.8.50
Los Angeles, May 16, 1973
The Passing Away of Bhishmadeva in the Presence of Lord Krishna
LSB 1.9.2
Los Angeles, May 16, 1973
The Passing Away of Bhishmadeva in the Presence of Lord Krishna
LSB 1.9.2
Mayapura, June 15, 1973
The Passing Away of Bhishmadeva in the Presence of Lord Krishna
LSB 1.9.49
Mayapura, June 17, 1973
Departure of Lord Krishna for Dvaraka
LSB 1.10.2
London, November 25, 1973
Departure of Lord Krishna for Dvaraka
LSB 1.10.4
Mayapura, June 21, 1973
Departure of Lord Krishna for Dvaraka
LSB 1.10.6
Los Angeles, December 4, 1973
The Pandavas Retire Timely
LSB 1.15.25-26
Los Angeles, December 4, 1973
The Pandavas Retire Timely
LSB 1.15.25-26
Los Angeles, December 29, 1973
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.1
Los Angeles, January 1, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.4
Los Angeles, January 1, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.4
Los Angeles, January 1, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.4
Los Angeles, January 1, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.4
Los Angeles, January 7, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.10
Los Angeles, January 12, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.17
Hawaii, January 16, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.20
Hawaii, January 21, 1974
How Parikshit Received the Age of Kali
LSB 1.16.25
Mombassa, September 13, 1971
The First Step in God Realization
LSB 2.1.2
New York, March 5, 1975
The Lord in the Heart
LSB 2.2.5
New York, March 5, 1975
The Lord in the Heart
LSB 2.2.5
New York, March 5, 1975
The Lord in the Heart
LSB 2.2.5
At Cross Maidan Pandal
Pure Devotional Service: The Change in Heart
LSB 2.3.18
Dallas, May 21, 1973
Questions by Vidura
LSB 3.1.10
Dallas, May 21, 1973
Questions by Vidura
LSB 3.1.10
Bombay, November 14, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.14
Bombay, November 20, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.20
Bombay, November 21, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.21
Bombay, November 30, 1974
The Glories of Devotional Service
LSB 3.25.30
November 16, 1971, Delhi
Sati Quits Her Body
LSB 4.4.14
London, August 30, 1971
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.1
Johannesburg, October 20, 19
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.1
Johannesburg, October 20, 19
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.1
Delhi, November 28, 1975
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.1
Hyderabad, April 13, 1975
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.2
Vrndavana, October 30, 197
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.8
Vrndavana, November 5, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.17
Vrndavana, November 5, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.17
Vrndavana, November 5, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.17
Vrndavana, November 8, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.20
Vrndavana, November 16, 1976
Lord Rishabhadeva's Teachings to His Sons
LSB 5.5.29
New York, July 27, 1971
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.13-14
New York, July 27, 1971
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.13-14
Honolulu, May 16, 1976
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.16
Chicago, July 4, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.20
Surat, December 23, 1970
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.41
Vrndavana, September 2, 1975
The History of the Life of Ajamila
LSB 6.1.66
Vrndavana, September 6, 1975
Ajamila Delivered by the Vishnudutas
LSB 6.2.2
Vrndavana, September 6, 1975
Ajamila Delivered by the Vishnudutas
LSB 6.2.2
Gorakhpur, February 9, 1971
Yamaraja Instructs His Messengers
LSB 6.3.12
Gorakhpur, February 9, 1971
Yamaraja Instructs His Messengers
LSB 6.3.12
Madras, January 2, 1976
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.1
Montreal, June 23, 1968
Prahlada Instructs His Demoniac Schoolmates
LSB 7.6.6
Calcutta, March 7, 1972
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.9
Montreal, July 10, 1968
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.10
Mayapur, March 17, 1976
Prahlada Pacifies Lord Nrisimhadeva with Prayers
LSB 7.9.39
Room Conversation
July 1968
TLKS 1968.7.24722
Room Conversation
December 1970
TLKS 1970.12.247CA
Conversation with Prof. Kotovsky
June 1971
TLKS 1971.6.247FE
Conversation with Prof. Kotovsky
June 1971
TLKS 1971.6.247FE
Conversation with Prof. Kotovsky
June 1971
TLKS 1971.6.247FE
Interview with Reporters
November 1971
TLKS 1971.11.2484A
Interview with Reporters
November 1971
TLKS 1971.11.2484A
Room Conversation with Dr. Karan Singh, -- November 25, 1971, Delhi
November 1971
TLKS 1971.11.24852
Room Conversation
March 1972
TLKS 1972.3.2488A
Room Conversation
May 1972
TLKS 1972.5.248CA
Conversation with Bajaj and Bhusan
September 1972
TLKS 1972.9.248FA
Room Conversation
February 1973
TLKS 1973.2.2491E
Room Conversation with Indian Guests
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.249AA
Room Conversation with Reporter from Researchers Magazine
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.249E2
Room Conversation with Reporter from Researchers Magazine
July 1973
TLKS 1973.7.249E2
Room Conversation with Sanskrit Professor
August 1973
TLKS 1973.8.24A16
Room Conversation with Indian Ambassador
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A36
Room Conversation
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A42
Room Conversation with Banker
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A4A
Room Conversation with Banker
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A4A
Room Conversation with Banker
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A4A
Room Conversation with Banker
September 1973
TLKS 1973.9.24A4A
Room Conversation
November 1973
TLKS 1973.11.24A6A
Room Conversation
November 1973
TLKS 1973.11.24A6A
Morning Walk
December 1973
TLKS 1973.12.24A8A
Morning Walk
February 1974
TLKS 1974.2.24B2E
Morning Walk
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24B9A
Morning Walk
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24BC2
Press Conference
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24BDA
Press Conference
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24BDA
Morning Walk
April 1974
TLKS 1974.4.24BE2
Room Conversation
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C5A
Room Conversation
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C5A
Room Conversation
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C5A
Room Conversation with Robert Gouiran, Nuclear Physicist from European Center for Nuclear Research
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C5E
Morning Walk
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24C62
Room Conversation with Reverend Gordon Powell, Head of Scots Church
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24CD6
Room Conversation with Reverend Gordon Powell, Head of Scots Church
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24CD6
Room Conversation with Reverend Gordon Powell, Head of Scots Church
June 1974
TLKS 1974.6.24CD6
Room Conversation with Sanskrit Professor, other Guests and Disciples
February 1975
TLKS 1975.2.24D2A
Room Conversation
February 1975
TLKS 1975.2.24D32
Room Conversation
February 1975
TLKS 1975.2.24D32
Room Conversation with three Trappist Monks, Psychologists from the University of Georgia, and Atlanta Lawyer, Michael Green
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D52
Room Conversation with Reporter
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D7A
Room Conversation with Press Representative
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D9E
Room Conversation with Press Representative
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D9E
Room Conversation with Press Representative
March 1975
TLKS 1975.3.24D9E
Morning Walk
April 1975
TLKS 1975.4.24DD6
Conversation with Governor
April 1975
TLKS 1975.4.24DF6
Morning Walk
May 1975
TLKS 1975.5.24E1A
Morning Walk
May 1975
TLKS 1975.5.24E3E
Room Conversation with Yogi Bhajan
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24E9E
Morning Walk
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24EC2
Room Conversation with Dr. John Mize
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24EC6
Room Conversation with Dr. John Mize
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24EC6
Room Conversation with Dr. John Mize
June 1975
TLKS 1975.6.24EC6
Room Conversation with Mr. & Mrs. Wax, Writer and Editing Manager of Playboy Magazine
July 1975
TLKS 1975.7.24F16
Room Conversation with writer, Sandy Nixon
July 1975
TLKS 1975.7.24F4A
Room Conversation
July 1975
TLKS 1975.7.24FA2
Room Conversation with Devotees
August 1975
TLKS 1975.8.24FAA
Morning Walk
October 1975
TLKS 1975.10.2503A
Morning Walk
October 1975
TLKS 1975.10.2503A
Morning Walk
October 1975
TLKS 1975.10.25082
Morning Walk
October 1975
TLKS 1975.10.25082
Morning Walk
November 1975
TLKS 1975.11.250CE
Morning Walk
December 1975
TLKS 1975.12.25132
Morning Walk
January 1976
TLKS 1976.1.25176
Morning Walk
February 1976
TLKS 1976.2.251BA
Morning Walk
February 1976
TLKS 1976.2.251C6
Morning Walk
April 1976
TLKS 1976.4.2526A
Morning Walk
June 1976
TLKS 1976.6.253B2
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
Room Conversation
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25456
Evening Darsana
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.2545A
Evening Darsana
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25482
Evening Darsana
July 1976
TLKS 1976.7.25482
Morning Walk
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.25572
Conversation with Seven Ministers of Andhra Pradesh
August 1976
TLKS 1976.8.255A6
Press Interview
October 1976
TLKS 1976.10.2564E
Room Conversation About Gurukula
November 1976
TLKS 1976.11.2566E
Room Conversation About Gurukula
November 1976
TLKS 1976.11.2566E
Morning Walk
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.256A2
Morning Walk
December 1976
TLKS 1976.12.256A2
Evening Darsana
January 1977
TLKS 1977.1.257BE
Room Conversation Varnasrama System Must Be Introduced
February 1977
TLKS 1977.2.25852
Room Conversation
February 1977
TLKS 1977.2.258AA
Room Conversation
March 1977
TLKS 1977.3.258D6
Room Conversation with Scientists, Svarupa Damodara, and Dr. Sharma
March 1977
TLKS 1977.3.258FE
Interview with Mr. Koshi (Asst. Editor of The Current Weekly)
April 1977
TLKS 1977.4.2590A
Conversation with disciples of Chinmayananda and Shivananda Ashram
April 1977
TLKS 1977.4.25952
Conversation with disciples of Chinmayananda and Shivananda Ashram
April 1977
TLKS 1977.4.25952
Second Meeting with Mr. Dwivedi
April 1977
TLKS 1977.4.25966
Evening Darsana
May 1977
TLKS 1977.5.259A6
Talk with Svarupa Damodara
June 1977
TLKS 1977.6.259FE
Room Conversation with Mr. Myer
July 1977
TLKS 1977.7.25A52
Room Conversation about Mayapura Attack Talk with Vrindavan De
July 1977
TLKS 1977.7.25A72
Meeting With Governor of Tamil Nadu
July 1977
TLKS 1977.7.25A9E
Room Conversation
October 1977
TLKS 1977.10.25B12