Bhavas in Srimad Bhagavatam

Milk or Sugar or both?

If one drinks a glass of milk, he finds it very sweet and tasty. If he takes a spoonful of sugar, he finds that sweet too. When he takes milk with sugar dissolved in it, he finds the combination
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The seed, tree and the fruit

The third sloka of the first chapter of the first canto of Srimad Bhagavatam talks about Bhagavatam being the very essence of the fruit of the tree called the Vedas. Although he it does not
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Change in stance?

In the second Canto, Sage Suka tells Parikshit that one should go in search of satsang and Guru. He also says that one should renounce his house, and belongings. Are there no shelters provided by
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Astonishing (‘adbutham’)

In Srimad Bhagavatam, Sage Suka uses the term ‘Adbutham’ (astonishing) while describing three avatars of the Lord — Krishna Avatar, Narasimha Avatar, Vamana
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The advice to Rahugana

In Jadabharata’s advice to Rahugana, the former says that the best Sadhana is to bath oneself with the dust from the foot of a Jivan Mukta Guru (‘vinA mahat pAda rajObhishekam’).
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Bhavas in Srimad Bhagavatam – 3

Given below are a few excerpts from Sri Sri Swamiji’s recent expounding of Srimad Bhagavatam: The twelve cantos Srimad Bhagavatam consists of 12 cantos. Each of these cantos contains a bunch of
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Bhavas in Srimad Bhagavatam – 1

Sri Sri Swamiji expounded the Bhagavata Mahapurana for seven days in March 2008 at Guruvayoor. Innumerable bhavas sprung forth during His discourses. Nama Dwaar shares with its readers a few of
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The perfect wedding match

Sage Vyasa had eighteen daughters each one with varied character and personality. Amongst them was one, who was graceful, beautiful, ‘saatvic’ and lovable. As a gift for anyone who wins the hand
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The Zodiac in Bhagavatam

There are twelve ‘Rasis’ (zodiacs) in the Indian Horoscope and each one of them represents something particular in life. The first zodiac represents life. The second house represents family and
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The Authorities

Veda Vyasa is the authority of the Vedas and Narada is considered the foremost in Bhakti.Written by Veda Vyasa on the advice of Sage Narada, Srimad Bhagavatam is, no doubt, the essence of the Vedas
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Sage Narada’s compassion

The very intention of Sage Narada meeting Sage Vyasa was that the world would be gifted with the great Purana called Srimad Bhagavatam The very purpose of Sage Narada meeting Valmiki was that the
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