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Press Conference
, sober, full of knowledge, practical application in life of knowledge, tolerant, control of the mind, control senses, very clean, truthful, tolerant, simplicity, full of knowledge, practical application of
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 1.7.16
vijñānam. Jñānam means theoretical knowledge, and vijñānam means practical application of the knowledge. Simply if I know, "This is the qualification of brāhmaṇa," but there is no practical application, that will not do. One must pass the engineering examination and work as engineer; then he's
Initiation Ceremony of Viṣṇujana
; vijñānam, practical application in life; jñānaṁ vijñānam āstikyam, full faith in scriptures and in God
Room Conversation with the Mayor of Evanston
, he is very clean, inside and outside, he is very simple, tolerant, full of knowledge, practical application of knowledge, and believe in God. This is first-class man. There is no mention that he is
Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 3.25.15
; jñānam, jñānam, full knowledge; vijñānam, practical application of knowledge in life; āstikyam
Room Conversation with Mr. & Mrs. Wax
, practical application in life, then to have full knowledge of God---these are the characteristics of first . Then controlling the senses. Then truthful. Then full of knowledge, practical application of
Room Conversation
vijñāna means practical application. Mr. Saxena: Is religion a practical knowledge? Prabhupāda
Bhagavad-gītā 18.41
peaceful; ārjavam, simplicity; and jñānam, full of knowledge; vijñānam, practical application of
Room Conversation with Yogi Bhajan
vijñānam, practical application. So where is the question of that "I am Sikh," "I am Hindu," "I am
Room Conversation with Dr. Ware of the Mensa Society
track or lost pull[?] of this ability to be able to guide people to the practical application of moral
Chapter Five
?” Yogeśvara said.  “Yes. One who is under the control of Kṛṣṇa, he’s no more under control of the mind. Sa not under control of Kṛṣṇa, the mind dictates to him; he’s under the control of the mind or senses practical application in the life.”  Having found the verses, Harikeśa read out 7.12.1 describing the
Chapter Three
explained that control of the mind is essential because the mind is the cause of our material existence jñāna means theoretical knowledge, and vijñāna means practical application.”  Mr. Saxena, showing his service, by practical application of the instruction of Bhaktirasāmṛtasindhu . . . Then if we are

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