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ŚB 11.1.18
kiṁ kṛtaṁ manda-bhāgyair naḥ kiṁ vadiṣyanti no janāḥ iti vihvalitā gehān ādāya muṣalaṁ yayuḥ
ŚB 11.1.19
tac copanīya sadasi parimlāna-mukha-śriyaḥ rājña āvedayāṁ cakruḥ sarva-yādava-sannidhau
ŚB 11.1.19
Viśvanātha Cakravartī Ṭhākura points out that the word rājñe refers to King Ugrasena and not to Śrī Kṛṣṇa. Because of ...
ŚB 11.1.20
śrutvāmoghaṁ vipra-śāpaṁ dṛṣṭvā ca muṣalaṁ nṛpa vismitā bhaya-santrastā babhūvur dvārakaukasaḥ
ŚB 11.1.21
tac cūrṇayitvā muṣalaṁ yadu-rājaḥ sa āhukaḥ samudra-salile prāsyal lohaṁ cāsyāvaśeṣitam
ŚB 11.1.21
King Ugrasena thought, “Sāmba and the others should not feel any shame or fear,” and thus without even consulting Śrī ...
ŚB 11.1.22
kaścin matsyo ’grasīl lohaṁ cūrṇāni taralais tataḥ uhyamānāni velāyāṁ lagnāny āsan kilairakāḥ
ŚB 11.1.23
matsyo gṛhīto matsya-ghnair jālenānyaiḥ sahārṇave tasyodara-gataṁ lohaṁ sa śalye lubdhako ’karot
ŚB 11.1.24
bhagavān jñāta-sarvārtha īśvaro ’pi tad-anyathā kartuṁ naicchad vipra-śāpaṁ kāla-rūpy anvamodata
ŚB 11.1.24
Ordinary persons may be surprised or bewildered that the Lord gladly sanctioned the cursing and destruction of His own dynasty. ...
ŚB 11.1.24
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam hints at the great misfortunes that would come after the disappearance of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Such misfortunes ...
ŚB 11.1.24
Lord Caitanya, exhibiting His magnanimous pastimes, drove away from South India all the false doctrines of the apasampradāyas, or so-called ...