Srimad Bhagavatam

The Highest Attainment
Swami B R Sridhara Goswami
The Vedic culture is considered to be the most ancient and mysterious in the scholarly circle. The great spiritual dictator Sri Krsna Dvaipayana Vyasadeva is known to be the deliverer of the Vedic message in its present form as such the great Vyasa is held in uncommon reverence in all... Read More
Makara Myth or fact?
Swami Narasingha
Dinosaurs in the Srimad Bhagavatam In Sanskrit 'Makara' is a word that means ‘sea dragon’ or ‘aquatic-monster,’ long thought to be a mythical creature in Hindu and Buddhist traditions. Paintings and sculptures of this fantastical creature are found in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Burma, Thailand,... Read More
Sriya Suka
Swami Narasingha
If you have been attending extensive hari-katha in recent years then you may have heard or read the story of Radha’s parrot generally known as Sriya Suka. The story is paraphrased as follows: One day Lord Siva was speaking the Bhagavatam for his wife Parvati to hear. As Siva spoke in deep rapture... Read More
Religiosity
Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
In the Shrimad Bhagavatam a distinction between ‘Religion Pretentious’ and ‘Religion Real’ has been clearly made. According to this original and genuine commentation of the Vedanta-sutra, there are a number of pretentious religious faiths which pass on by that name but actually there is nothing in... Read More
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