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Srimad Bhagavatam — Volume Two (PDF)
Posted on August 7, 2015 · Posted in Digital Books (PDF)

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

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* 350 Pages

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

SUCCESSFULLY ADDRESSED THE DOUBTS OF SKEPTICS

Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the most widely read and influential Hindu scriptures. It is a treasure house of divine knowledge and wisdom. It deals with macrocosmic and microcosmic acts of divine creation, maintenance and dissolution of the universe, with all beings in it. It also narrates the stories of the incarnations of Bhagavan Visnu and the eminence of His devotees. Knowledge of the greatness of God and His graciousness leads to loving devotion.

Of all the incarnations, the complete and the most popular is that of Lord Sri Krishna. The Tenth Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam deal with the life history of Lord Sri Krishna and the display of His grace and glory in form and action. The leelas of the Lord from the fun and frolics of the divine child through the sports and pastimes of his youth and His heroics acts in Dvaraka and Kurukshetra are described here.

Mahant Srila Krishna Balaram Swami has continued his worthy endeavor to make the Vrajavasi insights and interpretations of the divine text available to the Western readers and devotees in the English language. The volume covers chapters four through seven of the Tenth Canto of Srimad Bhagavatam. In his elucidations, the author brings into relief the idea that bliss is the deepest essence of God and that devotion is the paramount means to realize the Divine.

The author’s insightful comments on divine love and human devotion in this volume have successfully addressed the doubts frequently raised by skeptics. He has focused on the redeeming knowledge from the perspective of the scriptural tradition. I am delighted that this task has been ably accomplished in this volume.

It deserves wide attention.

Hope that all the rest of the volumes will be published at the earliest convenience.

K.L. Seshagiri Rao
Professor Emeritus,
University of Virgina USA

CHAPTER 4: The Evil Endeavors of King Kamsa
CHAPTER 5: Lord Krsna’s Birth Festival
CHAPTER 6: The Liberation of the Demoness Putana