‘Brihad Bhagavatamrita’ seminar series at the London College of Vedic Studies
by London College of Vedic Studies
The London College of Vedic Studies recently facilitated a highly anticipated seminar by HG Sutapa dasa, unveiling the mysteries of one of the greatest spiritual quests in history – The Brihad Bhagavatamrita. It is a rich and astounding scripture that reveals the story of sage Narada Muni on his search for which exalted devotee has obtained the greatest mercy from The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Sri Krishna.
Needless to say the topic and the speaker attracted a full house of audience. During the two-part seminar, attendees and Sutapa Prabhu sat humbly on the floor gathered around to share these nectarean pastimes. One could have truly forgotten that just outside was the hectic city of London, as everyone was transported to the spiritual world while seated in the oasis of the desert of the material world that we call ISKCON-London.
Newcomers were able to easily connect to the subject due to the concise presentation Sutapa Prabhu demonstrated; bringing light to various familiar, modern scenarios such as practical management techniques in parallel with the challenges that Lord Brahma himself faced! Additionally, anyone already familiar with the text took great satisfaction in the unravelling of this great literary work by the expertise of Sutapa Prabhu and had the opportunity to unpack many of its deeper aspects.
The audience was fully satisfied with the event and the overwhelmingly positive feedback we received was a testament to this. We at the London College of Vedic are counting down the days until Sutapa Prabhu will visit us again, bringing his delightful and scholarly discourses on such timeless wisdom.
The London College of Vedic Studies serves as the educational department of ISKCON-London, offering a wide range of educational, spiritual and practical courses, seminars and workshops aimed at developing character, personal fulfilment and spiritual progression.
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