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Last update: 2008-11-30

What is a guru.

2008-11-30
Length: 47m 48s


This podcast features Tejasvi Krishna Prabhu's Sunday Feast lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, on text 34 of the Bhagavad-gita, chapter 4. …

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difference between soul and body

2008-11-28
Length: 47m 44s

This podcast features Amugadric Prabhu 's Sunday Feast lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, given on chapter 3 text 42. …

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how the life works.

2008-11-28
Length: 41m 54s


This podcast features Caitanya Candra Prabhu 's Sunday Feast lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, on text 44 of the Bhagavad-gita, chapter 2. …

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leading up to krishna.

2008-11-27
Length: 46m 28s


This podcast features Lalitanantha Prabhu 's Sunday Feast lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, The story of krishna lifting govardhan hill. …

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Knowing Krishna - by regulative principles of freedom

2008-10-05
Length: 41m 26s


This podcast features Tejasvi Krishna Prabhu's Sunday Feast lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, given on october 5, 2008, on text 64 of the Bhagavad-gita, chapter 2. …

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We are all part of Srila Prabhupada's family

2008-10-05
Length: 2h 2m 30s


This podcast features Manidhara Prabhu's morning Bhagavatam lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, given on July 27, 2008, text 44 of the Srimad Bhagavatam, chapter 7, 4th canto. We are all part of Srila Prabhupada's family - so somehow or other we have to make it work, together. …

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Regarding the search for the God particle

2008-09-11
Length: 30m 55s

“Ravana (in the Ramayana): He wanted to make a staircase up to the heavenly planet. It is like that. Ugra-karma. Why they are doing so? Ajna, ajna. Foolish people.”

By Srila Prabhupada
"Being beyond the range of limited sense perception, the eternally irreproachable factor covered by the curtain of deluding energy, You are invisible to the foolish observer, exactly as an actor dressed as a player is not recognized." (SB 1.18.19)
maya-javanikacchannamm ajnadhoksajam avyayam na laksyase mudha-drsa nato natyadharo yatha So one side is maya-javanikacchannam. Maya, this illusory energy, is covering with the curtain. Just like we are seeing the Deity, but if there is a curtain, we cannot see. Similarly, there is a curtain which is illusory energy, maya. Big, big scientists, they cannot see what is behind this material nature. They cannot understand. Because the maya, this wonderful material energy, is acting in such a big curtain, they cannot understand that beyond this there is something else. They cannot understand. Maya-javanika acchannam. Illusory energy. They are thinking this material energy working, that is everything. Nothing beyond this. The whole world is covered. This is one side. And the other side: ajna. Maya-javanikacchannam ajna... These materialistic persons, they are ajna, means they have no sufficient knowledge. Unless one develops the light of knowledge, sattva-guna... Sattva-guna is the light of knowledge. Rajo-guna and tamo-guna is darkness. Ignorance and passion. In this stage one cannot understand what is Krsna, what is God. Ajna. Rajas-tamo-bhavah. As we have discussed in Bhagavad, Srimad-Bhagavatam, rajas-tamo-bhavah, those who are infected with the two kinds of material modes, means rajo-guna and tamo-guna, they are simply busy, kama and lobha. They are busy only... Those who are passionate, they are simply busy for sense gratification, and those who are in ignorance, in darkness, they have no eyes to see. Ugra-karma: very, very strong work So these two classes of men... Mostly people are infected with these two kinds of modes of material nature. Rajas-tamas. The whole world. At the present moment, especially, mostly ignorance, and some of them are passionate. That passionate tendency is engaging them for so many industries and very, very strong work, ugra-karma. Ugra-karma. Ugra-karma means very strong...? What is, should be the English word? Ugra... Ugra, just like chili, pungent. There are many things. They are very strong in taste. So ugra-karma, these... Just like they are building hundred-and-fifty-story building. People can live comfortably in a small cottage or one-storied house or little more. But no, they're increasing. Their passionate activities are increasing. Just like in your country, in New York, now there is hundred-and-four-storied building, or more than that. Some building? Brahmananda: Hundred and ten. Prabhupada: Hundred and ten. Brahmananda: Two of them. Prabhupada: Two of them. They're increasing. They are thinking by increasing the stories more and more, that is advancement of civili... But how long you will increase? If you make million stories, still, it is unlimited. That we can see. So many airplanes are running in the sky. What is that? Still, it is vast. So many sputniks are running in the sky. Still, it is vast. So it is simply desire, that "If I make a hundred-and-fifty-storied house, then my life is successful." So in this way, instead of not wasting valuable time of this human life, they are simply wasting time in this way. That is also explained in the Ramayana. Just the Ravana. He wanted to make a staircase up to the heavenly planet. It is like that. Ugra-karma. Why they are doing so? Ajna, ajna. Foolish people. Krishna is adhoksaja
Now, if we say that "You are all foolish, rascal people. You are wasting your time in this way," they will think us crazy. And they think us like that, that we do not recommend these things. So it is very, very difficult to understand Krsna in this condition, in this situation. Maya-javanikacchannam and ajna, foolish people. Ajna. And the other, other side, Krsna is adhoksaja. Even one is advanced in knowledge... Knowledge means, our knowledge means we manufacture words or syllables from A to Z. That's all. ABCD. We compose words with these twenty-six, or how many? A to Z? Devotee: Yes. Prabhupada: Yes. That is... And in Sanskrit, as in English it is A to Z, similarly in Sanskrit, a, a, i, u, and the end is ksa. So a and ksa, that is called aksa. Aksa-ja. And ja means generated. So we also compose words, those who are Sanskrit scholars, they compose words from a to aksa, just like English they compose words from A to Z. So our mental speculation and advancement of education is limited between this a and ksa, aksa. Aksa-ja. But Krsna is adhoksaja. Adhoksaja means where these kinds of speculation, beginning from a to ksa, will not act. Therefore His name is Adhoksaja. (From a lecture by Srila Prabhupada on the Srimad-Bhagavatam 1.8.19, Mayapura, September 29, 1974) …

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Sankirtana means giving

2008-08-02
Length: 52m 32s


This podcast features Manidhara Prabhu's Sunday Feast lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, given on July 27, 2008, on text 32 of the Bhagavad-gita, chapter 6. If one gets something nice, one should share it with others. This is the sankirtana movement. Sankirtana means giving. All the time giving out, in whatever capacity we have. Therefore we strongly advocate to actually give out Srila Prabhupada's books - in any capacity we can. …

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There is a price to pay to be Krishna's devotee

2008-06-03
Length: 39m 56s


This podcast features Smita Krishna Swami's morning Bhagavatam lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, given on June 1, 2008, on text 6 of the Srimad Bhagavatam, chapter 7, 4th canto. If you could get whatever you want, would you be able to handle it? Sanatana Goswami and the touchstone story. "I actually have something more valuable. But are you prepared to take it?" …

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Three types of knowledge

2008-06-03
Length: 27m 31s


This podcast features Prithu Prabhu's morning Bhagavatam lecture at the Copenhagen Hare Krishna Temple, given on May 19, 2008, on text 41-42 of the Srimad Bhagavatam, chapter 6, 4th canto. There are three basic types of knowledge: Pratyaksa (perception), anumana (inference) and sabda (revelation); the latter being superior to the others. Discussing Srila Prabhupada's statement: "When the scriptures of the yavanas—namely the Old Testament, New Testament and Koran—cannot properly answer inquisitive followers, naturally those advanced in scientific knowledge and philosophy lose faith in such scriptures." …

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