Here you will find the complete and up-to-date version maintained in Sanskrit, English and Dutch of this most important sacred book of stories of India. The book, arranged in twelve so-called cantos, comprises chapters with about verses. It is this collection of stories that stresses the prime importance of the maintaining aspect of God personified by the transcendental form of Lord Vishnu. The person The culture The representative of Vishnu on earth is named the Fortunate One in this book. Thus there is the Lord in His many appearances, the devotee with as many faces and the book. They are all called Fortunate.
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Now and then you will see that the name contains a "m" at the end: e. Under these particular circumstances, that "m" is indicatory of Nominative case, singular number, neuter gender of nouns ending in "a".
See the "Declension" subsection within the "Sanskrit" section for more information. The term "Bhagavat" is in general translated as "Lord", but its real meaning is "One who has bhaga or good fortune, welfare, etc. As a result, the translation "Fortunate One" is a better translation than "Lord". Of course, the Fortunate One is the Lord, but I wanted my translation to be more accurate.
In fact, he is very often called the "literary incarnation of the Lord" because of the immense literature he produced, which is the base of practically the entire Hinduism. He is supposed to be a messenger between gods and men.
In other words, he is not a mere mortal as you can see, hehe. He was born perfect, to wit, he needed not any guru or initiation to attain enlightenment because he already was an emancipated soul. He was a virtuous king and the only one who could prevent the upcoming Kaliyuga age of quarrel or discord from entering.
Kali, is the worst one. There are also different interpretations of the quantities, but it is not relevant in this context. I personally think that worrying about if those quantities are completely right or not is like a person dying by starvation and at the same time being worried about how rich a particular tycoon is.
Oh well, sorry if there are some possible mistakes in the relationships but I was never good at family affairs. As he was really very thirsty, went to a nearby hermitage for some water.
Srimad Bhagavatam Sridhari (Sanskrit Text)
Some love back those nhagwat, some do the contrary of this, and some love neither, Oh! In addition, each word can be clicked to find its sanskrut elsewhere in the entire book, like auto-built concordance with expanded links. There are four databases available at Bangalore http: Hide my email address. Evil has temporal reasons that feeds it, good has spiritual reasons that sustains it, and the cosmic tension between the two, with cycles of conflict, weaves through the chapters in twelve books of the Bhagavata Purana.