His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and his disciples

Hardbound, 18 Volume Set Edition

  • Hardbound; total 17,338 pages; 15.2 x 22.9 (centimeters); 6 x 9 (inches)
  • 1st Canto (1 vol.) 2nd Canto (1 vol.) 3rd Canto (2 vols.) 4th Canto (2 vol.) 5th Canto (1 vol.) 6th Canto (1 vol.) 7th Canto (1 vol.) 8th Canto (1 vol.) 9th Canto (1 vol.) 10th Canto (4 vols.) 11th Canto (2 vols.) 12th Canto (1 vol.) Refer to the editors notes for the ISBNs of individual cantos.
  • 288 color illustrations; jacket; ribbon; index
  • Publisher: The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust; First issue: 1987; Reissue: 1999
  • Original Language: Sanskrit; Date: 3,000 B.C.E.

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A useful and wide selection of articles, transcribed lectures, and conversations on subjects ranging from science to philosophy, centered on the practical and timeless wisdom uniquely found in the Vedic tradition of India.

Those interested in comparative religious dialogues as well as those who wish to gain a working understanding of the process of bhakti-yoga—Krishna consciousness—will be well-served by this compact yet generously stocked (over 450 pages) volume.

Narada-bhakti-sutra is a collection of concise, poetic verses (sutras) spoken by the immortal sage Narada on bhakti, devotional service to the Supreme Being, Krishna. Narada offers practical insights on what love of God is, what it isn't, how it can transform our life, and what helps or hinders progress on the spiritual path.

Of the many hundreds of poetic Sanskrit stotras—songs of glorification offered to the Supreme Lord, His devotees, and the holy places of His pastimes—King Kulashekhara's Mukunda-mala-stotra is one of the most perennially famous. Srila Prabhupada frequently enjoyed citing certain favorite stanzas from it.

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