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Sri Hari-bhakti-vilasa (Volume Three): Vilasas 11-13 (With Transliteration and English Translation)

Purnaprajna Das (Author) Bhumipati Dasa (Author)
Synopsis There are two kinds of Vedic literature-fruitive and transcendental. Those who are inclined toward the fruitive division naturally have no interest in transcendental literature. Human beings mould their lives, actions, concepts and conclusions according to their own taste. For this reason, the smartas also have more faith in the literature of their choice. Because they are not qualified to study transcendental literature, they lack faith in them. That is the arrangement of the creator. There is no doubt that there is a confidential purpose behind this. The purpose is that if one remains fixed in his own position, according to his qualifications, he will gradually make advancement. As soon one gives up the duties pertaining to his position, he becomes degraded. When human beings are engaged in fruitive activities, they are called karmis, and when they are engaged in devotional service, they are called devotees. As long as one is attached to the performance of fruitive activities, he should follow the path of smarta because it will be beneficial for him. If he somehow transcends the platform of fruitive activities and enters onto the platform of devotional service, he will naturally develop a taste for spiritual life. That is why the creator has made two sets of literature-fruitive and transcendental.
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Title Sri Hari-bhakti-vilasa (Volume Three): Vilasas 11-13 (With Transliteration and English Translation)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 29.05.2006
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788187812951
length xliv+484p., 25cm.