Knowledge Given in Srimad Bhagavatam

Krishna is everywhere, Krishna is in everything. Srimad-Bhagavatam gives us that knowledge by which we can see Krishna everywhere and in everything, and understand where we are now and where we have to move to, by a scientific process — scientific process in the sense that if we follow the stipulations, then we get the result; and if we don't, we don't get the result. If we chant the holy names of Krishna without offenses, niraparadhe nama laile paye prema-dhana, then we attain love of Krishna; and if we don't — if we chant the names of Krishna with offenses-then, bahu janma kare jadi sravana-kirtana tabahu napaye Krishna-pade prema-dhana: even if we supposedly chant the names of Krishna for many lifetimes, we won't attain love of Krishna.

Lecture on SB 3.6.32 – About the Four Varnas – Vyasa Puja 2008 – 5th Jan'08 – Tirupati

Knowledge

Knowledge means to know that I am helpless in this world and only the power of God can save me.

Receive Knowledge From The Right Person

One who disbelieves in the sastras [scriptures] is an atheist and we should not consult an atheist, however great he may be. A staunch believer in the sastras, with all their diversities, is the right person from whom to gather real knowledge. Such knowledge may seem inconceivable in the beginning, but when put forward by the proper authority its meaning is revealed and then one no longer has any doubts about it.

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