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Bhagavata-sastri course 2007

Dear devotees,

We are sorry for the late reply. In light of the above comment we have deciced to take out the first line of our advertisement which says “Why become an academic scholar when you can be a natural scholar in the eternal Vaisnava tradition?”. Although this question was not intended to be polemical we can see how it could easily be read as such. The original intention was to entice devotees with the opportunity to learn the knowledge in a traditional way within our own parampara for the first time in ISKCON’s history. We beg the pardon of Rasasthali dd and Janakirama dasa and any other academic scholars who may have been disheartened by this part of our advertisement, and we look forward to serving side by side with you all in the much needed pursuit of Vaisnava academia.

your servant,

Matsya Avatara dasa.

Sanskrit teacher in the Srimad-Bhagavata-Vidyapitham

Comment Posted By Matsya Avatara dasa On 27.07.2007 @ 02:30

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