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ŚB 11.1.18
The young men of the Yadu dynasty said, “Oh, what have we done? We are so unfortunate! What will our ...
ŚB 11.1.19
The Yadu boys, the luster of their faces completely faded, brought the club into the royal assembly, and in the ...
ŚB 11.1.20
O King Parīkṣit, when the inhabitants of Dvārakā heard of the infallible curse of the brāhmaṇas and saw the club, ...
ŚB 11.1.21
After having the club ground to bits, King Āhuka [Ugrasena] of the Yadus personally threw the pieces, along with the ...
ŚB 11.1.22
A certain fish swallowed the iron lump, and the bits of iron, carried back to the shore by the waves, ...
ŚB 11.1.23
The fish was caught in the ocean along with other fish in a fishermen’s net. The iron lump in the ...
ŚB 11.1.24
Knowing fully the significance of all these events, the Supreme Lord, though capable of reversing the brāhmaṇas’ curse, did not ...
ŚB 11.2.1
Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Eager to engage in the worship of Lord Kṛṣṇa, O best of the Kurus, Nārada Muni ...
ŚB 11.2.2
My dear King, in the material world the conditioned souls are confronted by death at every step of life. Therefore, ...
ŚB 11.2.3
One day the sage among the demigods, Nārada, came to the house of Vasudeva. After worshiping Nārada with suitable paraphernalia, ...
ŚB 11.2.4
Śrī Vasudeva said: My lord, your visit, like that of a father to his children, is for the benefit of ...
ŚB 11.2.5
The activities of demigods lead to both misery and happiness for living beings, but the activities of great saints like ...