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Srimad Bhagavatam – Churning of the Milk Ocean

Srimad Bhagavatam – Churning of the Milk Ocean

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Srimad Bhagavatam – Churning of the Milk Ocean


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Srimad Bhagavatam – Churning of the Milk Ocean

In the 11th Canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam, when Lord Sri Krsna is finishing his earthly pastimes, Sri Uddhava is feeling separation. Sri Uddhava places a question to the supreme Lord; how will he get association when the Lord transcends his personal form back to Goloka Dham. The Supreme Lord replies, he is situating himself in the Srimad Bhagavatam. Those who read and discuss the Srimad Bhagavatam will personally associate with the Supreme Lord.


As this great pastime of the churning of the milk ocean begins in Canto 8, King Parikshit will describe in verse 13 of the 5th Chapter nātitṛpyati me cittaṁ- how his desire to hear the pastimes of the Supreme is not getting satiated and he is experiencing a newer taste with each description. The Pastime of Churning of the milk ocean provides us with a unique glimpse on the causeless love, the supreme lord has for his devotees. Whether it’s taking the role of a charioteer in the Kurukshetra Battlefield, or taking the Kurma avatar (Turtle form) to support the Mandara mountain, or taking the Mohini avatar to delude the Asuras. The prevailing theme is to always protect his devotees.


We have taken the essence of those chapters and combine them into this course where we will explore how the two sides – the Suras (demigods) and Asuras (demons) put the same resources (time and energy) to churn the milk ocean. Yet only one side emerges victorious. Join us for 4 sessions, where we embark on a journey of love, war, defeat and betrayal and see how the Suras emerge victorious because they always sought the shelter of the Supreme Lord.


1st session free – please join us for free for the first session and sign up only if you want to continue for the rest of the series – this is one not to miss!


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Dates: 24th Apr - 15th May
Day: Sundays
Time: 2.30 pm - 5.30 pm
Duration: 4 sessions
Price: £40
Location: Zoom Online and Onsite at Nitai Room

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School of Bhakti Teacher
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