Lectures & Conversations with His Divine Grace

A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhuhpada

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1977-01-25Morning Walkplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigMorning Walk — January 25, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Morning Walk [Morning Walk — January 25, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Prabhupāda: Sarpaḥ krūraḥ khalaḥ krūraḥ [Cāṇakya Paṇḍita]. The two envious... [break] But this sarpaḥ, snake, can be charmed by herbs and mantra, but the man, envious, cannot be. Therefore he
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1977-01-25Evening Conversationplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigEvening Conversation — January 25, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Evening Conversation [Evening Conversation — January 25, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Prabhupāda: It was heart attack.

Hari-śauri: Yeah.

Prabhupāda: Otherwise I could not understand. So I passed through third heart attacks. One, two, three. They say that anyone who gets heart attack, the third attack, he must expire. Heart attack.
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1977-01-25Conversationplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigConversation — January 25, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Conversation [Conversation — January 25, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Prabhupāda: Just imagine what kind of astrologer. The modern astrologers, they cannot foretell like that, neither they can believe that it is possible.

Satsvarūpa: [reading] “
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1977-01-26Evening Address to Paṇḍas and Scholarsplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigEvening Address to Paṇḍas and Scholars — January 26, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Evening Address to Paṇḍas and Scholars [Evening Address to Paṇḍas and Scholars — January 26, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Indian man (1): ...Prabhupāda, who has been kind enough to grace this occasion wherein we have assembled this evening to pay our respectful homage to Jagannātha dāsa Gosvāmī, who was a contemporary of Lord Caitanya.
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1977-01-26Conversationplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigConversation — January 26, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Conversation [Conversation — January 26, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Prabhupāda: And whatever plan he’s making, it will be all frustrated. That is the whole history. Big, big emperor, big, big politicians, they have tried. Roman Empire, the Carthagian Empire, Greece Empire, Egyptian Empire and Mogul Empire, British Empire
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1977-01-26Prayer Chants by Purī Brāhmaṇasplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigPrayer Chants by Purī Brāhmaṇas — January 26, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Prayer Chants by Purī Brāhmaṇas [Prayer Chants by Purī Brāhmaṇas — January 26, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

[Purī temple brāhmaṇas chant prayers to Lord Jagannātha, loud pūjā going on in background throughout]

Prabhupāda: So these European and American Vaiṣṇavas, they
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1977-01-27Room Conversationplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigRoom Conversation — January 27, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Room Conversation [Room Conversation — January 27, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Prabhupāda: We are under mercy of Kṛṣṇa.

Gargamuni: To rectify us. It is a place to rectify.

Prabhupāda: That rectification means to stop this repeated birth and death. [break]
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1977-01-27Room Conversationplugin-autotooltip__small plugin-autotooltip_bigRoom Conversation with Two Indian Guests — January 27, 1977, Jagannātha Purī

Room Conversation with Two Indian Guests [Room Conversation with Two Indian Guests — January 27, 1977, Jagannātha Purī]

Prabhupāda: Politics means always fight between the kṣatriya and kṣatriya.

Indian man (1): Still, actually, with this nonviolence method, we could get them, I mean, get the Britishers out from India.
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