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Welcome to the Sangam podcast, where amazing things happen. Cover art photo provided by Andrew Ridley on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@aridley88
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Guruji's Bangalore Sangat

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Amidst the global pandemic, when we are confined to our homes and left craving Guruji’s divine Satsangs, Sangat Vaani is an initiative to bring His global parivaar together on a virtual platform. In this audio series, the magic of satsangs is brought to you in the form of curated Podcasts published on the web. Each hourly episode includes soulful shabads, new satsangs, and insightful conversations.
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Ravindra Svarupa Dasa

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Ravindra Svarupa Dasa (William H. Deadwyler, III) is an initiated disciple of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada who is the Founder-Acarya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON). Ravindra Svarupa Dasa received a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1966 and a Ph.D. in Religion from Temple University in 1980. In 1971 he became an initiated disciple of Srila Prabhupada. In his decades of service to ISKCON, he has served as t ...
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 42 śrī-parīkṣid uvāca tac chrutvā duṣṭa-kaṁsasya jananī dhṛṣṭa-ceṣṭitā jarā-hata-vicārā sā sa-śiraḥ-kampam abravīt TRANSLATION Śrī Parīkṣit said: Upon hearing this, the mother of the wicked Kaṁsa spoke out, her head shaking, her manner bold, her judgment spoiled by old age.…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Texts 36-38 mama pratyakṣam evedaṁ yadā kṛṣṇo vraje ’vrajat tato hi pūtanādibhyaḥ keśy-antebhyo muhur muhuḥ daityebhyo varuṇendrādi- devebhyo ’jagarāditaḥ tathā cirantana-svīya- śakaṭārjuna-bhaṅgataḥ ko vā nopadravas tatra jāto vraja-vināśakaḥ tatratyās tu janāḥ kiñcit te ’nusandadhate na tat TRANSLATION My own …
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 33 athāgataṁ guru-gṛhāt tvat-prabhuṁ prati kiñcana saṅkṣepeṇaiva tad-vṛttaṁ duḥkhād akathayaṁ ku-dhīḥ TRANSLATION But I am not very intelligent. After your Lord returned from the house of His spiritual master, my sadness drove me to tell Him briefly how the Vraja-vāsīs were faring.…
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In this episode, we perceive the noble qualities of a respected leader, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 400, penned about the Chozha King Nalankilli by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. Set in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’, the verse reveals nuances about the king’s compassion and administration. மாக விசும்பின் வெண் திங்கள் …
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In this episode, we perceive a poet’s dilemma and its resolution, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 399, penned about the Leader Thaamaan Thondrikon by the Poet Aiyoor Mudavanaar. The verse is situated in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’ and talks about the thoughtful and boundless generosity of a patron. அடு மகள் முகந்…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Texts 31-32 ahaṁ śrī-vasudevena samānītā tato yadā yaśodāyā mahārtāyās tadānīntana-rodanaiḥ grāvo ’pi rodity aśaner apy antar dalati dhruvam jīvan-mṛtānām anyāsāṁ vārtāṁ ko ’pi mukhaṁ nayet TRANSLATION When Śrī Vasudeva brought me back from Gokula, the cries of the greatly distraught Yaśodā made even stones shed…
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In this episode, we observe acts of generosity, straight from the heart, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 398, penned about the Chera King Vanjan by the poet Thiruthaamanaar. Set in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’, the verse reveals the request of a supplicant and the response from the patron. மதி நிலாக் கரப்ப, வெள்ளி…
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In this episode, we perceive the absolute trust in a patron’s protection, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 397, penned about the Chozha King Kulamuttrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Erukkattoor Thaayankannanaar. The verse is situated in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’ and describes in detail the moments of meet…
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In this episode, we perceive the boundless generosity of a ruler, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 396, penned about the Velir King Vaattraattru Ezhiniyaathan by the poet Mangudi Kizhaar. Set in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’, the verse echoes the pride of a supplicant about his patron. கீழ் நீரான் மீன் வழங்குந்து; ம…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 28 śrī-parīkṣid uvāca tad-vākya-tattvaṁ vijñāya rohiṇī sāsram abravīt cira-gokula-vāsena tatratya-jana-sammatā TRANSLATION Śrī Parīkṣit said: Because Rohiṇī had long lived in Gokula, its residents held her in high regard. She knew the inner meaning of Uddhava’s words. So with tears in her eyes, she decided …
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In this episode, we perceive a day in the life of a lush ancient town, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 395, penned about the Leader Chozhanaattu Pidavoor Kizhaarmakan Perunchaathan by the poet Madurai Nakeerar. Set in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’, the verse talks about the unceasing generosity of this leader. மென் …
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In this episode, we perceive a striking poetic device deployed with dexterity, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 394 penned about the Leader Chozhiya Enaathi Thirukkuttuvan by the poet Chonattu Erichaloor Madalan Madurai Kumaranaar. Set in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’, the verse sketches the leader’s generosity in a…
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In this episode, we perceive the wishes in the heart of a supplicant, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 393, penned about the Chozha King Kulamuttrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Nalliraiyanaar. The verse is situated in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’ and etches, with striking similes, the present state of a per…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 25 tata eva hi kṛṣṇasya tat-prasādasya cādbhutā tat-premṇo ’pi mayā jñātā mādhurī tadvatāṁ tathā TRANSLATION Since then I have understood the amazing sweetness of Kṛṣṇa’s mercy, of love for Him, and of those who possess that love.
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In this episode, we listen to the greatness of a king in war and peace, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 392, penned about the Velir King Poguttu Ezhini by the poet Avvaiyaar. The verse is situated in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’ and reveals a fascinating fact in the history of agriculture. மதி ஏர் வெண் குடை அதியர் …
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In this episode, we perceive the journey of a people in search of a better life, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 391, penned about the Leader Poraiyaatrukizhaan, by the poet Kalladanaar. Set in the category of ‘Paadaan Thinai’ or ‘Praise’, the verse expresses the hope of finding refuge in the domain of this prosperous ruler. தண் …
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In this episode, we perceive the thoughtful generosity of a much-celebrated king, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 390, penned about the Velir King Athiyamaan Nedumaan Anji by the poet Avvaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about all the ways the leader allayed the suffering of a supplicant.…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Texts 19-21 śrī-parīkṣid uvāca uddhavo ’tyanta-sambhrānto drutam utthāya tat-padau nidhāyāṅke samāliṅgya tasyābhipretya hṛd-gatam hṛt-prāpta-bhagavat-tat-tat- prasāda-bhara-bhāg-janaḥ tadīya-prema-sampatti- vibhava-smṛti-yantritaḥ rodanair vivaśo dīno yatnād dhairyaṁ śrito munim avadhāpyāha mātsaryāt sāttvikāt p…
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In this episode, we listen to impressive words of praise about a lord of a minor domain, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 388, penned about the Leader Pannan by the poet Madurai Alakkar Gnaalalaar Makanaar Mallanaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about a poet's determination to spread the fame…
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In this episode, we listen to the glory of a king in war and compassion, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 387, penned about the Chera King Selvakadungo Vaazhiyaathan by the poet Kundrukatpaaliyaathanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and renders a heartfelt blessing upon this ruler.…
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In this episode, we perceive the prosperity of a country, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 386, penned about the Chozha King Kulamutrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse proclaims the trust in this patron's generosity.…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 10 utthāya yatnād ānīya svāsthyaṁ nītvā kṣaṇena tam premāśru-klinna-vadanaṁ prakṣālyāhuḥ śanair laghu TRANSLATION Standing up, they brought him carefully to where they had been sitting. They took a moment to restore him to a condition closer to normal and wiped dry his face, wet with tears of love. Then the…
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In this episode, we observe the natural wealth of a leader's region, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 384, penned for the Leader Karumbanoor Kizhaan by the poet Purathinai Nannaakanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and depicts the boundless trust in a patron's generosity.…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 4 bhūmau kvāpi skhalati patati kvāpi tiṣṭhaty aceṣṭaḥ kvāpy utkampaṁ bhajati luṭhati kvāpi rodity athārtaḥ kvāpy ākrośan plutibhir ayate gāyati kvāpi nṛtyan sarvaṁ kvāpi śrayati yugapat prema-sampad-vikāram TRANSLATION He sometimes tripped and fell to the ground and sometimes stood motionless. Sometimes his…
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In this episode, we perceive the trust of a poet in a patron, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 383, penned about the Leader Aviyan by the poet Maarokaththu Nappasalaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse reveals the emotions of the poet after receiving the leader's patronage.…
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In this episode, we hear of a king's fame, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 382, penned for the Chozha King Nalankilli by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and reveals the respect held for this ruler in the hearts of many.Af Nandini Karky
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Text 5 he man-mātar idānīṁ tvaṁ sāvadhāna-tarā bhava sthiratāṁ prāpayantī māṁ sa-dhairyaṁ śṛṇv idaṁ svayam TRANSLATION My dear mother, please now be fully attentive. Listen soberly with steady concentration to what I am about to say.
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In this episode, we perceive the nuanced portrait of a leader, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 380, penned for the local leader Nanjil Valluvan by the poet Karuvoor Kathapillai. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse talks about the personality and generosity of this patron.…
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In this episode, we perceive the eagerness of a poet in meeting with a patron, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 379, penned for the Leader Oymaan Villiyaathan by the poet Purathinai Nannakanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and paints a portrait of a patron's generosity.…
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In this episode, we perceive the ecstatic joy of a poet's family, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 378, penned for the Chozha King Cheruppaazhi Erintha Ilanchetchenni by the poet Oonpothi Pasunkudaiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse portrays the victory and wealth of this king.…
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In this episode, we listen to the fame and glory of a king, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 377, penned for the Chozha King Rasasooyam Vetta Perunar Killi by the poet Ulochanaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise' and sketches a poet's awe in seeing a patron's kindness.…
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In this episode, we hear the lament of a poet, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 375, penned for the Velir King Aay Andiran by the poet Uraiyoor Enicheri Mudamosiyaar. Set in the category of 'Paadaan Thinai' or 'Praise', the verse spotlights the generosity of this king in the contrast of a barren background.…
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In this episode, we perceive the many ways a king has attained victory in a battlefield, as portrayed in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 373, penned for the Chozha King Kulamutrathu Thunjiya Killivalavan by the poet Kovoor Kizhaar. Set in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory', the verse spotlights a war zone from the perspective of the af…
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In this episode, we perceive a battlefield ritual, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 372, penned for the Pandya King Thalaiyaalankaanathu Cheruvendra Nedunchezhiyan by the poet Maankudi Kizhaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory' and reveals a poet's reason for arriving in a battle zone.…
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In this episode, we perceive the events of a battlefield, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 371, penned for the Pandya King Thalaiyaalankaanathu Cheruvendra Nedunchezhiyan by the poet Kallaadanaar. Set in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory', the verse presents an impoverished poet's perspective of a king's conquest.…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 6 Texts 1-3 śrī-parīkṣid uvāca tac chrutvārye mahā-prema- rasāveśena yantritaḥ mahā-viṣṇu-priyo vīṇā- hasto ’sau vismṛtākhilaḥ sadā-dvāravatī-vāsā- bhyastāntaḥ-pura-vartmanā prabhu-prāsāda-deśāntaḥ- praveśāścarya-vāhinā pūrvābhyāsād ivābhyāsaṁ prāsādasya gato muniḥ bhūtāviṣṭo mahonmāda- gṛhītaś ca yathetaraḥ TRANS…
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In this episode, we listen to a supplicant's difficult journey, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 370, penned for the Chozha King Cheruppaazhi Erintha Ilanchetchenni by the poet Oonpothi Pasunkudaiyaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory' and sketches the terrible state of a battlefield.…
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Bṛhad-bhāgavatāmṛta Part 1 Chapter 5 Text 129 yathāhaṁ prārthya tat-saṅga- sthitiṁ nāpnomi karhicit tan-mahā-lābhato hīno ’satyayā rājya-rakṣayā TRANSLATION In contrast, despite my begging to stay in Kṛṣṇa’s company, I never obtain that blessing. I am deprived of that achievement because of my degraded occupation of protecting the kingdom.…
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In this episode, we observe a perfect instance of projection, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 369, penned for the Chera King Kadalottiya Velkelu Kuttuvan by the poet Paranar. Set in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory', the verse puts forth a specific request to a winning king in the battlefield.…
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In this episode, we perceive bloodshed and loss in a battlefield, as depicted in Sangam Literary work, Puranaanooru 368, penned for the Chera king Kudakko Neduncheralathan by the poet Kazhaathalaiyaar. The verse is situated in the category of 'Vaagai Thinai' or 'Victory' and talks about a king's generosity in the midst of great strife.…
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Avsnitt 72. Chris Bendz pratar med kompositören, musikern och vinnaren av Årets visa: David Löfberg. Han komponerar vackra sånger med drömska texter och spelar själv dragspel i magiska Midnattsorkestern. Vi pratar om musik, låtskrivande, texter och också om annan konst som David skapar. Kortedalahästen till exempel. Lyssna!…
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