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The following is a list of ATS (Audio Text Synchronized) classes, lectures and conversations with Srila Prabhupada. It works with all major browsers such as Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 9 etc. Please make sure your speakers are connected and the volume is turned up, then click on the links below to play the lectures. You can also access the classes at gauranga.org and causelessmercy.com.

 

 

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If I were to desist from lecturing about the Absolute Truth due to fear that some listeners may be displeased, I would be deviating from the path of Vedic truth and accepting the path of untruth. I would become one who is inimical to the Vedas, an atheist, and would no longer possess faith in Bhagavan, the very embodiment of truth. He who compromises is finished.

 

(Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Vaibhava)