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HOW CHRIST WAS DESCRIBED IN “THE S’RIMAD DEVÎ BHÂGAWATAM” March 22, 2008


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The S’rîmad Devî Bhâgawatam describing Christ as “Mahâ-Visnu”.   

“The egg (born of Mûla Prakriti) that was floating in the waters for a period equal to the life period of Brahmâ, now in the fullness of time separated into two parts. Within that egg there was a powerful Child, lustrous like one thousand millions of suns.
This child could not suck mother’s milk, as it was forsaken by Her. So being tired of hunger, the child for a moment cried repeatedly. The child that will become the Lord of countless Brahmândas (universes), now an orphan having no father nor mother began to look upwards from the waters.
This boy came to be denominated afterwards by the name of Mahâ Virât, when he became gross and grosser. As there is nothing finer than radium so there is nothing grosser than Mahâ Virât. The power of this Mahâ Virât is one-sixteenth of that of S’ri Krisna, the Highest Self.
But this boy, (born of the Prakriti Râdhâ) is the Sole Stay of all this Universe and he is denominated by the name “Mahâ-Visnu”. In his every pore countless universes are existing. So much so that even S’ri Krisna could not count them”. – THE NINTH BOOK, Chapter III
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2 Responses to “HOW CHRIST WAS DESCRIBED IN “THE S’RIMAD DEVÎ BHÂGAWATAM””

  1. VI Says:

    Ok first of all Shri Krishna is Vishnu!!! So you are saying Vishnu can’t count his own pores of universes? Well that’s not right!!

  2. presthayaloka Says:

    sounds a bit like rubbish , but I commend you for trying to tie Christ to something larger than that which is modern Christianity,


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