Sri Krishna-Uddhav Dialogue

The essence of the principles of devotion, knowledge, karma, meditation, yoga, and perception is that of all the Krishna-Uddhav dialogs. This is the final conversation of Shrikrishna and Uddhav in the Ekadashi Skandh of Shrimad Bhagavata. The answer to all the categorical questions of the seekers can be found in this divine dialogue.

धर्मो मद्भक्तिकृत् प्रोक्तो ज्ञानं चैकात्म्यदर्शनम् ।
गुणेष्वसङ्गो वैराग्यमैश्वर्यं चाणिमादय: ।।
(श्रीमद्भागवत ११/१९/२७ )

dharmo madbhaktikṛt prokto jñānaṃ caikātmyadarśanam ।
guṇeṣvasaṅgo vairāgyamaiśvaryaṃ cāṇimādaya: ।।
(śrīmadbhāgavata 11/19/27 )

This conversation should be contemplated considering Udhhav the human being and Shri Krishna as the absolute divine and all powerful.

Uddhav ji has gained knowledge from three gurus Devguru Brihaspati, Vraj Gopkikas and Lord Shri Krishna respectively. He has received both education and initiation from Devguru Brihaspati and the other two were his educators.

There are three principles of Vedas, which are called Vedratri theories that are knowledge, devotion and karma.

Based on the the principle of “guru binu hoi ki jñāna”, he received knowledge from Devguru Brihaspati, realisation of devotion from the Gopis and recitation of all the teachings especially karmic learnings from Lord Krishna. After this, Lord Krishna ordered Uddhav Ji to go to Badrinath, which is the basic centre of Bhagavadiya Divine Consciousness in India.

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