dukhalayam asasvatam



dukhalayam asasvatam

Bg. 8.15 Vedabase

They only want Ka and Ka’s association, and nothing else. That is the highest perfection of life. This verse specifically mentions the personalist devotees of the Supreme Lord, Ka. These devotees in Ka consciousness achieve the highest perfection of life. In other words, they are the supreme souls.

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SEVEN STAGES OF PURIFICATION The Daily Guardian

So the first stage of chanting the holy names of the Lord removes all the dust from the mirror of the mind. SECOND PURIFICATION. Bhavamahadavagninirvapanam which means the chanting of the Holy Names extinguishes the forest fire of material suffering. This world is, Krishna says, dukhalayam asasvatam.

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