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Serial No. SHRI GRANTH CHAPTER / VERSE NO. TRANSLATION IN ENGLISH
1129 SHRIMAD BHAGWATAM
(Mahatamanya)
CH 03
VS 50
TRANSLATION OF WRITE-UP IN ENGLISH - In the above verse the glory of Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is described.

Shri Uddhavji says that by listening to Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran devotees of GOD attains the light of GOD. We get an example of this while Shri Uddhavji described the monthly narration of Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran to the great grandson of GOD Shri Vrajnabhji and to the queens of GOD. While listening to Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran all listeners were lighted with the vision of GOD and they started visualizing GOD everywhere. At that time everyone saw themselves as lighted with the vision of GOD and situated in the self form of GOD.

Listening to Shimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran with reverence provides us with supernatural pleasure.

GIST FOR ALL RELIGION
  1. We get the light of GOD when we listen to Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran with great reverence.
ENGLISH TRANSLITERATION              Translation by: SHEELNIDHI GUPTA
1130 SHRIMAD BHAGWATAM
(Mahatamanya)
CH 03
VS 73
TRANSLATION OF WRITE-UP IN ENGLISH - Shri Sutji said the above words to Shri Shaunak and other sages.

The devoted devotees who are immersed in the love of GOD get to visualize GOD. It is the capability of devotion that it enables the devotees to visualize GOD. GOD gives His clear visualization to those who undertake devotion and love GOD. It is not so that in Satyug, Treta or Dwapar the devotees have visualized GOD but in Kaliyug (modern era) too many devotees have been able to visualize GOD and have been able to get the contiguity of GOD. GOD is available in all eras for His devotees and blesses them with His visualization.

Therefore the creature must love GOD and undertake His devotion to make his life successful.

GIST FOR ALL RELIGION
  1. GOD gives His visualization to His devoted devotees in all eras.
ENGLISH TRANSLITERATION              Translation by: SHEELNIDHI GUPTA
1131 SHRIMAD BHAGWATAM
(Mahatamanya)
CH 04
VS 21
TRANSLATION OF WRITE-UP IN ENGLISH - Shri Sutji said the above words to Shri Shaunak and other sages.

In this verse, the characteristics of the best listener of Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is described. The best listener should sit down by official greeting and salutation to GOD while listening to the narration of GOD. The best listener should abandon all other worldly things and should only keep a wish to listen to the pastime narration of GOD. The best listener should be able to understand the synopsis of narration, should be polite and should listen to the narration by joining the hands with reverence and faith. Whatever the best listener listens, he should continuously think about it and should keep pure feelings. The best listener should always keep the continuous love feelings for GOD in his heart.

If we will listen to the narration of GOD by becoming the best listener then we will be benefited in a true manner.

GIST FOR ALL RELIGION
  1. We must have reverence and faith in listening to the narration of GOD.
ENGLISH TRANSLITERATION              Translation by: SHEELNIDHI GUPTA
1132 SHRIMAD BHAGWATAM
(Mahatamanya)
CH 04
VS 31
TRANSLATION OF WRITE-UP IN ENGLISH - Shri Sutji said the above words to Shri Shaunak and other sages.

Shri Sutji says that those creatures who are eager to listen, chant and relish the pastime narration of GOD they are ultimate fortunate. Such devotees even do not expect salvation. For such devotees, Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is the ultimate wealth. Nothing is dear to them other than Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran. On the other hand, the creatures who nervously want to get rid of the worldly misery, for them also Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is the perfect medicine. Therefore in the Kaliyug (modern era), both types of creatures should worship Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran.

Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran provides devotion and love for GOD which is the highest achievement and which is expected by selfless devotees. Along with this Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is also a mean for those devotees who have desires and expects salvation. Therefore Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is desirable for all in this Kaliyug. Those who take the support of Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran with some desire are able to enjoy their best wishes in the world but the big irony of it is that there is no glory in it. It is so because Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran is a holy scripture which enables us in attaining GOD and provides us the love and devotion for GOD. Therefore we should keep only the aim of attaining GOD from it.

GIST FOR ALL RELIGION
  1. We must not aim for attaining worldly desires but must aim for attaining GOD through Shrimad Bhagwatji Mahapuran.
ENGLISH TRANSLITERATION              Translation by: SHEELNIDHI GUPTA
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