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Srimad Bhagavatam — Volume One (PDF)
Posted on July 26, 2015 · Posted in Digital Books (PDF)

For the first time available for download, Srimad Bhagavatam (Volume One) with Vrajavasi commentaries by Mahamandaleshwar Mahant Sri Krsna Balaram Swami.

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* 384 Pages

Many thanks to all the special members of Bhagavat Dharma Samaj who helped make this happen.

Padma Purana states:

“O Intelligent people! It is useless for you to continually drink the poison of material sense gratification. Stop for a moment, and just drink this incomparably nectarean Bhagavatam spoken by Sri Sukadeva Goswami. 0 man! Why uselessly waste your life running on the tortuous hellish path of misery? Look! King Pariksit is the evidence that by only hearing the Bhagavatam, one can get liberated.”

His Divine Grace Mahant Sri Krsna Balaram Swami is a very distinguished Sanskrit scholar and has mastered learning in the field of devotion to Krsna. His past and present translations of Vedic Scriptures into the English language are very explicit, perfect and filled with wisdom. This most important literary classic of Vedic India, Srimad Bhagavatam, presented here in the English language is writing so that everyone with the great fortune of receving a copy will grasp this most sublime message. The lucid Vrajavasi Purports presented here by Sri Krsna Balaram Swamiji will surely appeal to every class of people, intellectuals and laymen alike. Even if you are not following a Vedic path or have a different diksaguru (initiating Guru), please take this spiritual knowledge via your Siksaguru (instructing teacher), His Divine Grace Mahant Sri Krsna Balaram Swamiji Maharaj, as a benediction from the Supreme Lord Himself. The Society, Bhagavat Dharma Samaj occupies a significant place in the intellectual, cultural, and spiritual fields of the modern day, and times to come.

The Bhagavat Press

CHAPTER 1: The Atrocities of King Kamsa
CHAPTER 2: Prayers of the Demigods
CHAPTER 3: Krsna’s Transcendental Appearance