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Morning Walk
Dr. Patel: Science means knowledge. And knowledge is there. Knowledge means God.
Morning Walk
Prabhupāda: Yes. Knowledge. That is knowledge, that "I have to work for Viṣṇu." That is knowledge.
6. The Ultimate Knowledge
on jñāna [cultivation of knowledge], are being given the pride of place by noted savants?” Śrīla combined in the word Vedānta are veda and anta. Veda means “knowledge,” and anta means “goal” or ”end .” So Vedānta means “the end of all knowledge, or veda.” Now, in the Bhagavad-gītā Lord Kṛṣṇa says end of knowledge. And if we take shelter of the Māyāvādī Vedantists, the bluffers, then we cannot knowledge are also rascals. They are willingly being cheated. Let the Māyāvādī Vedantists and their
Morning Walk
Prabhupāda: Life. Knowledge, knowledge.
Lecture at Arlington Street Church
Prabhupāda: There are books, knowledge books, books of knowledge. Therefore I am speaking of Vedic knowledge.
Morning Walk
Prabhupāda: Hmm? Hmm? Knowledge means culture. Just like we were discussing. This is the process of knowledge = inquiry from right person and take the answer. That is knowledge. Just like a child takes knowledge from his father = "Father, what is this?" He gives knowledge. So you must inquire rightly from the right person. Then you get knowledge. This is the process of knowledge.
Room Conversation with Father Tanner and Mrs. Wells
Prabhupāda: Because Veda, Veda means knowledge. Knowledge means truth. Unless you come to the knowledge of truth, your knowledge is not perfect.
Room Conversation with Indian Guest
Prabhupāda: That knowledge... Just like we are getting this knowledge. Kṛṣṇa came. Kṛṣṇa is giving us the knowledge. You can get the knowledge and make your life perfect.
Room Conversation With John Lennon, Yoko Ono, and George Harrison
Prabhupāda: Everything depends on knowledge. Without knowledge, how can we make progress? Student means to acquire knowledge. Serious student means to acquire knowledge.
Bhagavad-gītā 4.1–6
Prabhupāda: Transcendental knowledge. There are two kinds of knowledges: mundane knowledge and transcendental knowledge. Mundane knowledge means how to maintain this body, āhāra-nidrā-bhaya-maithunam [Hitopadeśa 25],
Room Conversation with Professor Durckheim, Dr. P. J. Saher and Professor Porsch
Prabhupāda: Yes. It doesn't matter whether it is Christianity or Hinduism or Muslim or... Knowledge is knowledge. Wherever knowledge is available, you must pick up. So knowledge...
Bhagavad-gītā 13.1-3
These are the Vedic statement. And our process of knowledge, Veda... Veda means knowledge. Vetti veda vido jñāne. Supreme knowledge, perfect knowledge, that is Veda.