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ŚB 11.4.6
Nara-Nārāyaṇa Ṛṣi, who is perfectly peaceful and is the best of sages, was born as the son of Dharma and …
ŚB 11.4.6
It is understood that Nara-Nārāyaṇa Ṛṣi spoke transcendental knowledge to great saintly persons such as Nārada Muni. On the basis …
ŚB 11.4.7
indro viśaṅkya mama dhāma jighṛkṣatīti kāmaṁ nyayuṅkta sa-gaṇaṁ sa badary-upākhyam gatvāpsaro-gaṇa-vasanta-sumanda-vātaiḥ strī-prekṣaṇeṣubhir avidhyad atan-mahi-jñaḥ
ŚB 11.4.7
King Indra became fearful, thinking that Nara-Nārāyaṇa Ṛṣi would become very powerful by His severe penances and seize Indra’s heavenly …
ŚB 11.4.7
This verse and the following nine verses illustrate the Personality of Godhead’s opulence of supreme renunciation. The word atan-mahi-jñaḥ, “not …
ŚB 11.4.8
vijñāya śakra-kṛtam akramam ādi-devaḥ prāha prahasya gata-vismaya ejamānān mā bhair vibho madana māruta deva-vadhvo gṛhṇīta no balim aśūnyam imaṁ kurudhvam
ŚB 11.4.8
The primeval Lord, understanding the offense committed by Indra, did not become proud. Instead He spoke laughingly as follows to …
ŚB 11.4.8
The word gata-vismayaḥ, or “free from false pride,” is very significant. If one becomes proud by performing severe penances, such …
ŚB 11.4.8
Similarly, the International Society for Krishna Consciousness is establishing beautiful centers in all the major cities of the world. In …
ŚB 11.4.9
itthaṁ bruvaty abhaya-de nara-deva devāḥ sa-vrīḍa-namra-śirasaḥ sa-ghṛṇaṁ tam ūcuḥ naitad vibho tvayi pare ’vikṛte vicitraṁ svārāma-dhīra-nikarānata-pāda-padme
ŚB 11.4.9
My dear King Nimi, when Nara-Nārāyaṇa Ṛṣi thus spoke, eradicating the fear of the demigods, they bowed their heads with …
ŚB 11.4.9
The demigods said, “Our dear Lord, although ordinary living entities such as the demigods and ordinary men are always disturbed …