to be certain that the translator is capable of conveying precisely the same meaning as the original text
. * * * Today during Prabhupāda’s morning massage on the roof, I tentatively asked if I could continue
man’s work, Śrīla Prabhupāda said he wanted to spend more time with him, examining the document and testing
We have got this test: if anyone has no interest in Kṛṣṇa, he must be with these groups, that’s all—duṣkṛtina When you submit somewhere, you must test and then submit. That is sad-guru.” “They say, sir,” Dr.
. * * * Jaśomatīnandana has arranged for a large paṇḍāl tent to be erected, and programs are to be held This is the test of bhakti, that if you engage yourself twenty-four hours in devotional service, then
attracting guests by offering free English lessons, which he conducted using Kṛṣṇa book as the basic text
The net is almost like a small tent, and sometimes mosquitoes get trapped inside it during its erection Today he read text ten of Chapter Nine: “Prahlāda Mahārāja continued to think that a brāhmaṇa who has “This is the test of bhakti. The clarity and precision of his commentaries on the text have rarely been equaled. We have here the ideal of what an edition of a Sanskrit text for a Western audience should be.”
that he has no objection, but it is not essential since he has already translated so many Sanskrit texts
dāsa lent his expertise for the color inserts and provided much practical advice on the layout of the text
standards of his own Caitanya tradition: to become vegetarians, to maintain personal purity, to study the texts
That is the test. Just like Dhruva Mahārāja. When he saw Viṣṇu, he said, ‘Everything is all right.
He also reported that Śrīla Prabhupāda’s Bhagavad-gītā is now being used as a course text in at least Therefore he said that Parīkṣit Mahārāja very intelligently passed the test set by his spiritual master That is the test of how you have become Kṛṣṇa conscious. That is the test. Spotless . . . Sādhu.