Comparison of Bhagavata worldview with scientific materialism, Christianity and impersonalism

by Chaitanya Charan dasOctober 10, 2013
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  • Shivam Saraogi
    October 14, 2013 at 5:25 pm

    Hare Krsna prabhuji..! The last answer about going back to Godhead is amazing. Thank you so much for such a wonderful explanation.

    ys, shivam.

  • Keshav
    October 16, 2013 at 4:30 pm

    Want to share this with you ,

    Introducing Chapter of 13 Gita, Madhusudana Sarasvati ,
    in His Gudartha-Dipika says

    ध्यनाभ्यासनवशीकृतेन मनसा तन्निर्गुणं निष्क्रियं ज्योतिः
    किंचनं योगिनो यदि परं पश्यन्ति पश्यन्तु ते |
    अस्माकं तु तदेव लोचनचमत्काराय भूयाच्चिरं
    कालिन्दीपुलिनोदरे किमपि यन्नीलं महो धावति ||

    If the yogis, with their minds which have been brought under control through the practise of meditation, see some such transcendental light that is without qualities and action, let them see!

    But, for filling our eyes with astonishment, let there be forever that indescribable Blue (Light) alone which runs about hither and thither on the sands of the kaaLindi (Yamuna)!

    Salutation to the devotees of Lord Hari !

    Hare Krishna !

  • Keshav
    October 16, 2013 at 4:32 pm

    Also,Concluding His commentary on 15th chapter of Gita,
    Madhusudana Sarasvati has to say this :

    I do not know any reality other than Krishna whose hands are adorned with a flute, whose lustre is like that of a rain-cloud, who wears a yellow cloth, whose lips are reddish like the Bimba-fruit, whose face is beautiful like the full moon, and whose eyes are like lotuses.

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