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- A vivid example is Bharata Maharaja. Although in his next life he became a deer, in the life after that he became completely free from all material contamination and was elevated to the kingdom of God
- After returning home, he vividly informed Lord Krsna and Balarama of the actual situation in Hastinapura and the intentions of Dhrtarastra. Akrura was sent to Hastinapura by Krsna to study these, and by the grace of the Lord he was successful
- All you boys and girls who are now married, follow this instruction of Lord Caitanya, and show vivid example to the world how man and woman can be united, not for sense gratification but for the service of the Lord
- Hiranyakasipu was a vivid example of this dissatisfied state of humanity
- His (Arjuna's) wonderful acts on the Battlefield of Kuruksetra are vividly described in the Mahabharata. Arjuna was defeated, however, by his son Babhruvahana at Manipura and fell unconscious when Ulupi saved him
- How a yogi can transfer himself to another planet is vividly described in the Second Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam
- I have several times spoken to you that in my, when I was about six months old, I remember, I remember I was lying down on my eldest sister's lap, and she was knitting. I still remember it very vividly
- If you do business and you earn money and spend it for Krsna consciousness, that is also bhakti. That is also bhakti. Just like vivid example is Arjuna. Arjuna is a fighter, and by fighting, he became a devotee; not by chanting Hare Krsna
- If you work for Krsna... The vivid example is Arjuna. He is working for Krsna. So you can do also. Simply by fighting... Arjuna was not chanting Hare Krsna. So you can do also
- In the Bhagavad-gita Lord Krsna gives only a small hint of His personal abode, Goloka Vrndavana, which is the supermost planet in the spiritual kingdom. A vivid description is given in the Brahma-samhita
- It is very difficult for one to surrender fully unto the Personality of Godhead without being purified by devotional service. The example of the learned brahmanas and their wives is vivid
- Simple material comforts of life are not sufficient to make us happy. The vivid example is America
- Sometimes I become surprised how I have written this. Although I am the writer, still sometimes I am surprised how these things have come. Such vivid description. Where is such literature throughout the whole world?
- Sometimes, even in the presence of Lord Krsna, they vividly described the pastimes they had enjoyed in the lake or river with Him. Some of such talk is described here
- Spirit is never pierced, burnt, dried, moistened, etc. This is vividly explained in the Bhagavad-gita
- Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu's answers to his (Satyaraja Khan's) inquiries about the duty of householder devotees are vividly described in the Madhya-lila, Chapters Fifteen and Sixteen
- Srila Rupa Gosvami gives us a vivid description of Krsna as the reservoir of all pleasure in his Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu
- Srila Vrndavana dasa Thakura has very vividly described the places visited by the Lord on the way to Bhuvanesvara
- Sukadeva Gosvami and the wives of the brahmanas who were performing yajna are vivid examples of devotees who achieved the perfectional stage of devotional service by the grace of the Supreme Personality of Godhead
- The early life of the Lord is most fascinatingly expressed by the author of Caitanya-bhagavata, and as far as the teachings are concerned, they are more vividly explained in the Caitanya-caritamrta
- The form of the unlimited eternal is sometimes conceived as the universal form, and in the Vedic literatures like the Upanisads the form of the limited eternal is vividly described
- The kings began to manage the affairs of their kingdoms in accordance with the instructions of Lord Krsna, and all those kings and their subjects passed their days very happily. This is a vivid example of a Krsna conscious society
- The meeting of Sarvabhauma Bhattacarya with Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu is vividly described in Madhya-lila, Chapter Six
- The same gopi said, "They remain struck with devotion, and tears glide down from their eyes, illustrating vividly how they are embracing Krsna heart to heart"
- The Vedas, especially three Vedas, namely Sama, Yajur and Rk, vividly describe this process of ascending to the higher planets and returning
- The vivid example is always present in the behavior of the gopis; therefore Lord Caitanya declared that no one can worship the Supreme Lord by any method which is better than the method of the gopis
- The vivid example of this presence of God both before the theist and atheist simultaneously is Lord Nrsimhadeva
- The vivid example verifying this statement is Visvamitra Muni. He was a great yogi who practiced a breathing exercise, but when he was visited by Menaka, a society woman of the heavenly planets, he lost all control & begot in her a daughter, Sakuntala
- This (how Krsna displayed His transcendental characteristics) is very vividly described in Srimad-Bhagavatam - specifically, the Tenth Canto - and thus the basis of this book will be the Tenth Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam
- This place is also known as Viraja, because it is free from the influence of the three qualities of the material world. In the Mrtyunjaya-tantra, a Vedic scripture, there is a vivid description of this Karana Ocean, or Viraja
- Those saintly persons who represent the Upanisads are vivid examples of this. By worshiping the Lord on the path of spontaneous love, they attained the lotus feet of Vrajendra-nandana, the son of Nanda Maharaja
- When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu one day appeared in ecstasy as the Varaha murti, Murari Gupta offered Him prayers. He was a great devotee of Lord Ramacandra, and his staunch devotion is vividly described in the Caitanya-caritamrta
- While traveling along the public way, Ajamila came upon a fourth-class man and a prostitute, who are vividly described here. Drunkenness was sometimes manifest even in bygone ages, although not very frequently