1.Kavery, 2.Samipia, 3.Ishthadev das, 4.Dina Tarine, 5.krsna nagar da, 6.Siamakunda, 7.Visnupriya, 8.Rema Latika,9. Vydia Sarad, 10.Jhulan Yatra, 11.krsna nagar Das,12. Saci Mata, 13. Brs Dars, 14. Nitya Pada 15.Caitanya Lila 16. Madre ambika 17. Sanjivani Hanuman
1.Kavery, 2.Samipia, 3.Ishthadev das, 4.Dina Tarine, 5.krsna nagar da, 6.Siamakunda, 7.Visnupriya, 8.Rema Latika,9. Vydia Sarad, 10.Jhulan Yatra, 11.krsna nagar Das,12. Saci Mata, 13. Brs Dars, 14. Nitya Pada 15.Caitanya Lila 16. Madre ambika 17. Sanjivani Hanuman 18. krsna prema 19.viracocha 20.puspanjali 21. rati gopi 22. surech c das 23.ishta dev 24 vidya Sarad 25. Dina Tarini 26. Thakurani 27. Rohini Mex 28. gundisha
Verses : 30 -44
Key points of this lecture:
to get more insight about this Canto 3 chapter 29 Read Caitanya Caritamrta chapter 26 verses 12,13
the devotees that knows this three qualities of the supreme controller lord krsna es un Vaishnava: Bhagavan, paramatman, brahmana
A vaishnava can continue his or her devotional service in other planets.
even though devotees born in the west were not born in a brahmana family through our devotional service we become a brahmana.
do not become a separatist, or devotee that disobeys the guru instruction and the only thing that brings to himself and herself is destruction.
A separatist (vaisnava aparada) is a person who becomes part of Krsna Consciouness to gain personal benefit this devotee has an envious nature and constantly find faults in others and becomes a poison this person should be avoided,
when the devotee becomes the object of enjoyment of the supreme lord, the devotee also becomes the enjoyer, the real enjoyment comes from the supreme personality of godhead.
This verse explains why Krsna descends into this world.
Read chapter 4 bhagavagita verse 9
not to be afraid of death. Krsna will always think of the devotee so that he goes back to Krsna. As long as the devotee is rmeditates in Lord Krsna.
whomever meditates in me will come to me. ( at the time of death)
this world still exist thanks to the mercy of the vaishnavan saints