Category:Describing God's Appearance
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.
Pages in category "Describing God's Appearance"
The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total.
- All the incarnations described in the sastras act wonderfully. It is only by the personal sweet will of the Supreme Personality of Godhead that He appears and disappears, and only fortunate devotees can expect to see Him face to face
- As described in the Srimad-Bhagavatam, the Lord appears and disappears according to His relationships with different devotees
- In the previous verses, the general transcendental qualifications of the Supreme Personality of Godhead were described. Now the specific purpose of the Lord's appearance is also described - in SB 3.33.5
- It is advised that one who simply recites this chapter of Bhagavatam, describing the appearance of the Lord in different incarnations, in sincerity and devotion, can have insight into the birth and activities of the Lord
- The Lord's appearance is described here (in SB 3.28.13) as padma-garbharuneksanam. His eyes resemble the inside of a lotus flower, and in His four hands He holds the four symbols: conchshell, discus, mace and lotus
- The so-called appearance and disappearance of the Lord are not actions of material nature, but are demonstrations of the internal potency of the Lord. They are described by the great sages for the purpose of self-realization