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The knowledge that brings one nearer to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa
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“Teachings of the Vedas”
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Delivered as a lecture by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda on October 6, 1969, at Conway Hall, ...
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Ladies and gentlemen, today’s subject matter is the teachings of the Vedas. What are the Vedas? The Sanskrit verbal root ...
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Another defect: to be illusioned. Illusion means to accept something which is not: māyā. Māyā means “what is not.” Everyone ...
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The third defect is the cheating propensity. Everyone has the propensity to cheat others. Although a person is fool number ...
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Lastly, our senses are imperfect. We are very proud of our eyes. Often, someone will challenge, “Can you show me ...
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You may call the Vedas Hindu, but “Hindu” is a foreign name. We are not Hindus. Our real identification is ...
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In India if one person tells another, “You must do this,” the other party may say, “What do you mean? ...
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The Vedas are not compilations of human knowledge. Vedic knowledge comes from the spiritual world, from Lord Kṛṣṇa. Another name ...
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The Vedas are considered to be the mother, and Brahmā is called the grandfather, the forefather, because he was the ...
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Vedic knowledge is called śabda-pramāṇa. Another name is śruti. Śruti means that this knowledge has to be received simply by ...