Krsna's Toilet Cleaner Is Better Than A Yogi

Assorted Lectures | August 23, 2005 |

English; Naberezhnie Chelni, Russia

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Could you please speak something regarding the verse and translation of SB 2.1.27 in which Srila Prabhupada writes that "The knees of the universal form are the planetary system of the name Sutala, and the two thighs are the Vitala and Atala planetary systems. The hips are Mahitala, and outer space is the depression of His navel."

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