Saturday, March 11, 2017

Srimad Bhagavatam Class 11.2.2 by Sridama Prabhu at ISKCON Chowpatty on 03 Mar 2017

Srimad Bhagavatam Class 11.2.2 on Drawing Strength From Humility by Sridama Prabhu at ISKCON Chowpatty on 03 Mar 2017 SB 11.2.2 ko nu rājann indriyavān  mukunda-caraṇāmbujam na bhajet sarvato-mṛtyur  upāsyam amarottamaiḥ Synonyms: kaḥ — who; nu — indeed; rājan — O King; indriya-vān — possessed of senses; mukunda-caraṇa-ambujam — the lotus feet of Lord Mukunda; na bhajet — would not worship; sarvataḥ-mṛtyuḥ — being faced by death on all sides; upāśyam — worshipable; amara-uttamaiḥ — by the best of liberated personalities. Translation: My dear King, in the material world the conditioned souls are confronted by death at every step of life. Therefore, who among the conditioned souls would not render service to the lotus feet of Lord Mukunda, who is worshipable even for the greatest of liberated souls? Purport: The word indriyavān is significant in this verse. Indriyavān means “possessing senses.” Although we are conditioned within the material world, by the mercy of the Supreme Lord we are awarded a human body, which possesses distinct senses, such as the eyes, ears, tongue, nose and skin. Generally the conditioned souls use these senses in a false attempt to exploit the material nature for sense gratification. But our material senses and their objects are temporary, and it is not possible to become peaceful or happy in the attempt to gratify our temporary senses with the temporary sense objects offered by māyā, the illusory energy of the Lord. In fact, our strenuous endeavor to satisfy t For More videos of Srimad Bhagvatam Class - ISKCON Chowpatty Click Here: For More Wallpapers Click Here: To View More ISKCON Centers around the world Stay Connected Website: Twitter: Facebook: Instagram: Pinterest : Soundcloud : If you liked this video, please subscribe to our YouTube channel:

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