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First uploaded 10 May 2002 as RealMedia file.
Re-uploaded as mp3 file, December 2011 .

Srila Govinda Maharaj
spoken discourses


 Audio. A new feature on our Math's Website. Made possible with the much appreciated technical assistance of Prabhu Madhusudan, whose extensive audio archive at http://krsna.cc is the nourishment of countless fortunate souls.

Our second uploaded audio file:

18th World Tour: Russia, June 2001.

16 minute excerpt from a public discourse given by
Srila Bhakti Sundar Govinda Dev-Goswami Maharaj

with simultaneous translation into Russian.


Subject:

  • Srila Guru Maharaj one day told us the story of Parvati Devi asking Lord Siva who is the most worshipable. Lord Siva answered that the worship of Lord Vishnu is best, but the worship of His devotees is even better.
  • If you want to satisfy the Lord, you must try to satisfy His devotee.
  • Devotion is bhakti. Gurudev gave us the seed of devotion, but we must be careful not to make any offence to the Vaisnavas.
  • We are not getting the proper result of chanting because we are involved with the ten kinds of offences.
  • We must attract the Divine Form of the Lord through Harinam through service.
  • Sriman Mahaprabhu said that if we are humble and tolerant and give honour to everyone, then the Vaisnavas will automatically be honoured. The Scriptures say many things, but this is appropriate for this age: harer nama harer nama harer nama eva kevalam.... There is no doubt that chanting the Holy Name is the best process.

16+ minutes, 3.9 MB mp3 audio

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Newly posted (December 2011) as an mp3 audio file (earlier it was only available as RealMedia)


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