A Retelling of Srimad Bhagavatam: Canto 3.2 – Two Avatars


A vivid dramatisation of Srimad Bhagavatams third canto. In this volume we hear about the appearance of Vishnu´s stupendous boar incarnation. Lord Varaha, who rescued the earth from the demon Hiranyaksha. We also meet the great sage Kardama, who married Devahuti, daughter of the earths emperor, Manu. She gibes birth to Lord Kapila, the divine incarnation who descenden to teach the ancient science of Sankhya yoha. Filled with enlightening wisdom and stimulating stories, Two Avatars presents the ancient teachings of the epic Srimad Bhagavatam in a highly enjoyable way that will appeal to anyone seeking real peace and lasting happiness


“Krishna Dharma and his good wife Cintamani Dhama Dasi have taken on the summun bonum of Vaishnava literature – the magnum opus of the sage Vayasadeva – the great Srimad Bhagavatam. In their highly engagung retelling they have remained faithful to the original text, highlighting the essence in such a way that both the lay person and the long time practitioner will be deeply spiritually nourished. Highly absorbing and evocative.

 – Sacinandana Swami 

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Weight0,35 kg
Dimensions12,5 × 20,5 × 1,8 cm


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