Srila Prabhupada Padma-vakya

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Sep 5, KUALA LUMPUR (SUN) Audio files with transcripts recorded on this day.


September 5, 1972, New Vrndavana

Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.2.6

“Formerly every brahmana used to learn these two sciences, Ayur-veda and Jyotir-veda. Jyotir-veda means astronomy.”

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September 5, 1973, London
Bhagavad-gita 18.5 — Radhastami
“Asita means black. Asitambuda. So black cloud. Ambuda means cloud. Asitambuda-sundarangam. His complexion is like blackish cloud, but very, very, very, very beautiful.”
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September 5, 1973, Stockholm
Room Conversation with Indian Ambassador
“The government should not be callous about religion. They may be neutral that whatever religion you profess, government has nothing to do. You do nicely. But it is the government’s duty to see that you are doing nicely, you are not bluffing.”
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September 5, 1975, Vrndavana
Srimad-Bhagavatam 6.2.1
“You cannot imitate Haridasa Thakura. So by imitating Haridasa Thakura, keeping connection with woman and doing all nonsense, you cannot imitate Haridasa Thakura. You must work. You must go out for chanting, for preaching. This is the real chanting.”
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September 5, 1976, Vrndavana
Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.7.6
“So there are two kinds of dangerous person. One person is atheist, agnostic. And another person is Mayavadi, impersonalist. Nirvisesa-sunyavadi.”
Audio Text

Bhaktivedanta Book Trust. HDG A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada.


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