The Srimad Bhagavatam consists of eighteen thousand Slokas, three hundred and thirty-two chapters and twelve Skandhas. The book is named Bhagavata because it speaks of the glory of Bhagavan or Vishnu. It is one of the most authoritative of Hindu scriptures. It is a work of great repute in India. It exercises a direct and powerful influence on the opinions and feelings of the people. It has acquired a wonderful hold on the minds of Hindus. It contains the essence of all the Puranas.
In Srimad Bhagavatam alone the history of the universe is systematically dealt with.
Lord Krishna is the central figure of this unique book. It is an authoritative book on devotion. Bhagavatam teaches devotion that is associated with Jnana (Bhaktiytikta-Jnana). It does not divorce knowledge from Bhakti. It teaches that Jnana is extremely helpful to its perfect attainment. In Bhagavatam the treacle of Bhakti is mixed with the elixir of Jnana.
Each morning, join us from the Ashram for a 30 min meditation, Daily Chants (Jaya Ganesha) and study on Srimad Bhagavatam.
Mon- Fri 6 am – 7:30 am EST
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