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Ultimate culmination of all transcendental knowledge……..…....


Veda Vyas is Krishna Himself. He descended and wrote the Vedas. It was Veda Vyas, with the help of Ganapati, who wrote the entire Mahabharat, which includes the Bhagavad Gita, at Badrik ashram. It was him who wrote the 4 vedas – rg, yathur, atharva and the sama. He worte the Upanishads, puranasa, itihasas, the various histories, the Vedic literatures that are meant to elevate the consciousness of humanity to its ultimate perfection. And after this most extensive and exhaustive expression of his mercy to humanity by writing all these scriptures, he was not satisfied. In his ashram in Badrinath, sitting in the banks of saraswati, Narada muni approached him and told him you have not exclusively presented a scripture which speaks nothing but pure unalloyed devotion to the supreme lord Krishna. That is the ultimate culmination of all transcendental knowledge. So the last written statement of Veda Vyas was the Srimad Bhagavatam. The most perfect, spotless purana, the culmination of all knowledge. His own commentary on the Vedanta Sutra, the essence of the Vedas. And after describing the pure devotion of so many great devotees, mahajans, and then describing the personal lila of Krishna in Vrndavan, in Mathura, in Dwaraka … Krishna’s instructions to Uddhava … The last verse of Veda Vyas

nama-sankirtanam yasya sarva-papa pranasanam

pranamo duhkha-samanas tam namami harim param

In this age of Kali Yuga, the chanting, the congregational chanting of the holy names of Krishna will relieve you of all sinful reactions and award you the perfection of life. Srimad Bhagavatam ends, concludes, culminates with this glorification of the Sankirtan movement and in the Gaudiya Vaisnava sampradaya we understand that how Chaitanya Caritamrita begins where Srimad Bhagavatam ends.

H H Radhanath Swami Maharaj

guru-mukha-padma-väkya, cittete koriyä aikya, är nä koriho mane äsä

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