Sree Mahabhagavatham Mon-Fri, 20:00-20:30 hrs On Asianet
Sree Mahabhagavatham Mon-Fri, 20:00-20:30 hrs in Asianet
Sree Mahabhagavatham Mon-Fri, 20:00-20:30 hrs in Asianet”Srimad Bhagavatam is accepted as the essence of all Vedic literature and Vedantic philosophy. Whoever tastes the nectar of Srimad Bhagavatam shall never be attracted to any other literature.” – verse 12.13.15, Srimad Bhagavatam.
Srimad Bhagavatam is the story of Lord Krishna – his childhood, his teenage years, his youth, his marriage with Rukmini, his relationship with Kunthi and the Pandavas, and his role in the great Kurukshethra war. Every word of the mahakavya is imbued with a deep philosophical significance which resonates across almost all Hindu scriptures and forms the core of Indian philosophical thought. The mahakavya ends with Lord Krishna abandoning his mortal form marking the end of the Dwapara yuga.
The Lord assures the devout in the Bhagvatha Gita: “Whenever adharma (evil) rears its head, I will come back again to establish dharma (righteousness).”
Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the central texts of the Vaishnava school of thought. It is also considered a natural commentary on the Vedanta-Sutra. Those who delight in the sacred text are blessed with peace of mind, purity of thought and are guided towards the path of selfless devotion. It also liberates the devotee from the three-fold suffering – physical, mental and spiritual – all caused by egoism, and bestows upon the devotee a state of Supreme Bliss.