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Srimad Bhagavatam Set 10 Volume Set

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Before He left His Body, Bhaktivedanta Swami had translated only the first part of the 10th Canto. His senior disciples then completed the 10,11 and 12th Canto's, as He requested, using...

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Before He left His Body, Bhaktivedanta Swami had translated only the first part of the 10th Canto. His senior disciples then completed the 10,11 and 12th Canto's, as He requested, using the same exacting study of all the previous acharya's commentaries, and Prabhupadas own summary of the 10th Canto in the 'Krishna Book'. This beautifully printed set contains onlt the 9 conto's completed up to his leaving his body, plus the abridged edition of the 10th Canto published as the 'Krsna Book', By Prabhupada. This set comes in a protective casing. The Srimad Bhagavatam is the king of Knowledge, Raja Vidya. Translated from the original Sanskrit, with a word for word system, each verse in the roman alphabet, and a sanskrit pronunciation guide make this ideal for scholars and laymen alike. Each volume has 32 colour pictures to illustrate the various stories that fill this fascinating study of the highest spiritual knowledge any where in the universe. Of all the collections of spiritual teachings found in Vedic literature, Srimad-Bhagavatam is considered the topmost. Vedic literature is sometimes said to be a “desire tree,” a tree that can yield whatever one might desire, and of that tree the Srimad-Bhagavatam is said to be the ripe and most relishable fruit. Srimad-Bhagavatam is sometimes said to begin where the Bhagavad-gita leaves off, since it goes even further into the nature of reality and the relationship between all beings and the Absolute. The Bhagavatam's eighteen thousand verses consist of hundreds of conversations―spoken between yogis, sages, and self-realized kings of the ancient world―on how to achieve life's ultimate perfection. Their discussions frequently center on various incarnations of Krishna―the Supreme Person―and descriptions of His pastimes with His devotees. The

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