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Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta
Swami Prabhupada
From the beginning of creation, the three words om tat sat were used to indicate the Supreme Absolute Truth. These three symbolic representations were used by brahmanas while chanting the hymns of the Vedas and during sacrifices for the satisfaction of the Supreme. (Bhagavad-gita 17.23)
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Darshan in transit to Mumbai   17.11.2012

Latest report by Kadamba Kanana Swami- 17 November 2012, Mumbai, India

Govinda, who gives pleasure to the cows and senses,  has His silver cows. The Bhagavatam describes that the cows became stunned by hearing Krsna’s flute. They are simply gazing at Krsna.

I am now traveling alone; my servant Jananivasa (kks) stayed a few more days in Vrindavan and then will go to Australia. I am on the way to South Africa, of course with Giriraja Govinda! I am not alone at all, He is looking after me. Yesterday I prayed to Him to please melt my heart.
Today is Srila Prabhupada’s dissappearance day. It is a day of sadness, a day of seperation. We wish we could just walk in to Prabhupada’s room and tell him everything that happened to his movement and ask him questions about just anything. But now that is no longer possible. On the other hand, he lives forever in his words and also in his remembrances. Remembering Srila Prabhupada fills us with inspiration. That will bring us some relief on this day of seperation,  Once Prabhupada asked his disciples, while walking on the beach of the Pacific ocean, ‘Do you know why the ocean is so peaceful?’ Then he answered his own question, ‘Because it is very deep’ . It was Prabhupada, who was very deep and saw everything in relation to Krsna only. Ekendra was still completing school, so Prabhupada wrote to him about mathematics.
Krsna + Everything= Vrndavana

Even in Mathematics Prabhupada was going beyond the external straight to the essence, Krsna!


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