Sri Bhagavat Sandarbha (Volume II)

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SPECIFICATION:
  • Publisher : Rasbihari Lal & Sons
  • By : Srila Jiva Gosvami
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Language : Transliterated Text Word-to-word Meaning and Translation
  • Edition : 2007
  • Pages : 544
  • Weight : 850 gm
  • Size : 9.4 x 6 inches
  • ISBN-10: 8184030479
  • ISBN-13: 978-8184030471
DESCRIPTION:
From the Jacket

This second volume of the Bhagavat-sandarbha includes the Anucchedas beginning with sixty-one. This volume begins with a discussion of the nature of the spiritual world, which is declared to be non-different from the Supreme Personality of Godhead, being a manifestation of His personal potency. Any comparison of the spiritual world with the material world of our experience is soundly refuted.

Next, the fact that the Vedas solely describe the Supreme Lord is presented. Although materialistic men consider that the Vedas deal with the four purusarthas-dharma, artha, Kama, and moksa-such materialistic goals are simply stepping-stones on the path back home, back to Godhead. Thereafter, it is argued that Brahman and Bhagavan and not at all two separate entities, but are factually different aspects of the one Absolute Truth.

In the Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Madhya-lila, chapter one, Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami writes: Sri Rupa Gosvami's has compiled so many books on devotional service that there is no counting them. In Sri Bhagavata-sandarbha, Srila Jiva Gosvami has written conclusively about the ultimate end of devotional service.

Back of the Book

In his purport, Srila Prabhupada wrote: "The Bhagavata-sandarbha is also known as the Sat-sandarbha. In the first part, called Tattva-sandarbha, it is proved that Srimad-Bhagavatam is the most authoritative evidence directly pointing to the Absolute Truth. The second Sandarbha, called Bhagavat-sandarbha, draws a distinction between impersonal Brahman and localized Paramatma and describes the spiritual world and the domination of the mode of goodness devoid of contamination by the other two material modes. In other words, there is a vivid description of the transcendental position known as suddha-sattva.

Description

SPECIFICATION:
  • Publisher : Rasbihari Lal & Sons
  • By : Srila Jiva Gosvami
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Language : Transliterated Text Word-to-word Meaning and Translation
  • Edition : 2007
  • Pages : 544
  • Weight : 850 gm
  • Size : 9.4 x 6 inches
  • ISBN-10: 8184030479
  • ISBN-13: 978-8184030471
DESCRIPTION:
From the Jacket

This second volume of the Bhagavat-sandarbha includes the Anucchedas beginning with sixty-one. This volume begins with a discussion of the nature of the spiritual world, which is declared to be non-different from the Supreme Personality of Godhead, being a manifestation of His personal potency. Any comparison of the spiritual world with the material world of our experience is soundly refuted.

Next, the fact that the Vedas solely describe the Supreme Lord is presented. Although materialistic men consider that the Vedas deal with the four purusarthas-dharma, artha, Kama, and moksa-such materialistic goals are simply stepping-stones on the path back home, back to Godhead. Thereafter, it is argued that Brahman and Bhagavan and not at all two separate entities, but are factually different aspects of the one Absolute Truth.

In the Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Madhya-lila, chapter one, Srila Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami writes: Sri Rupa Gosvami's has compiled so many books on devotional service that there is no counting them. In Sri Bhagavata-sandarbha, Srila Jiva Gosvami has written conclusively about the ultimate end of devotional service.

Back of the Book

In his purport, Srila Prabhupada wrote: "The Bhagavata-sandarbha is also known as the Sat-sandarbha. In the first part, called Tattva-sandarbha, it is proved that Srimad-Bhagavatam is the most authoritative evidence directly pointing to the Absolute Truth. The second Sandarbha, called Bhagavat-sandarbha, draws a distinction between impersonal Brahman and localized Paramatma and describes the spiritual world and the domination of the mode of goodness devoid of contamination by the other two material modes. In other words, there is a vivid description of the transcendental position known as suddha-sattva.

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