Light of the Bhagavata

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Bhaktivedanta Book Trust, 1996 - Religion - 147 pages
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The simplicity, beauty, and intricacies found in nature have captured the minds and hearts of the greatest philosophers throughout time. Even the greatest scientific minds of our time are at a loss to understand nature's great mysteries. Light of the Bhagavata presents a clear and tangible illustration of the purpose and significance of nature and its origin.

Light of the Bhagavata captures the philosophy of India in a beautiful Chinese art and cultural presentation.

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User Review  - Yajnavalkya Dasa - Goodreads

Great book, but try to get the 1984 original. This version is small (about 8"x6"). The original is a large, coffee table sized book, with more pages, more content. I was able to find a copy of the 1984 edition on eBay for only $10. Read full review

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User Review  - Anand Subramanian - Goodreads

Great book. Wonderful comparison to nature. I was so much elated to read this and see how Prabhupada has made everything so simple to understand. Read full review


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Prabhupada is the founder of Acarya of the International Society of Krishna Consciousness. He is recognized as a distinguished teacher of Indian culture and philosophy.

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