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Prabhupāda, starts a lecture in August, 1972 by quoting a verse from the Śiva Purāṇa. To strengthen his argument he cites another verse (ārādhanānāṁ sarveṣāṁ viṣṇor ...) supposedly from the Padma Purā …
asked Apr 30 by sv.
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As you can see below, Prabhupāda, in his purport to BG 14.8, explains the "mode of ignorance" by citing a śloka from some scripture. Which scripture or 'literature' is he talking about? BG 14.8 …
asked Dec 14 '16 by sv.
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exist regulative rules for sex life. You're absolutely right! The verse is not giving anyone license to have unlimited sex with whoever one wants whether one is single or married. But Prabhupada is … drive etc. According to his Divine Grace Swami Prabhupada intercourse is only for procreation. Yes, Shankaracharya agrees as well. He used the term "for the mere maintenance of the body" above. So …
answered Nov 25 '16 by sv.
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Prabhupāda translates the Sanskrit word bhūgolam in verse 5.25.12 of Bhāgavata Purāṇa as the universe. Should it be earth instead? Or does the word (bhūgolam) in this context suggest a universe with e …
asked Sep 24 '18 by sv.