Uddhava Gita: Krishna’s Final Instruction

While the Bhagavad Gita is one of the most widely read classics in the world of spirituality, sadly its counterpart the Uddhava Gita remains overlooked by the majority. This course allows the student to walk down a previously unexplored path to understanding Krishna’s instructions on the purpose of life. Although there are parallels with the Bhagavad Gita, the context and approach differ: the Bhagavad Gita was spoken during the urgency of battle, whereas the Uddhava Gita was spoken prior to Krishna’s departure from this world.
Uddhava is a famous devotee and dear friend of Krishna, but even he could not understand why Krishna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, had not prevented the destruction of His own dynasty. In this famous final conversation Krishna explains why the Yadu dynasty had to be destroyed, and in response to Uddhava requesting Krishna to take him back home, expounds the famous philosophy that is the Uddhava Gita.
The Uddhava Gita offers the reader philosophy, poetry, guidance, and ultimately hope for a more complete Krishna consciousness in which our lives are in harmony with our spiritual nature. Masterfully facilitated by Govinda das, this set of four seminars will examine the flow of the conversation, dive deep into Krishna’s instructions and their relevance to us, as well as examine famous pastimes such as the lessons from the 24 gurus, the teachings of Hamsa-avatara, and the song of the Avanti brahmana.



Course Dates: starting 26th February 2017 for 4 weeks

(Finishes on 26th March as there is a break on 12th March for Gaura Purnima festival)

Time: 10am – 1pm
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Manor
Course Fee: £25


For more information, please email cvs@krishnatemple.com or call Sesa das on 07854 734331

You can sign up to this course by following the Paypal link below, or at the Manor reception (01923 851000). You will then receive e-mail confirmation of your place on the course.

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Govinda Das is a hugely knowledgeable member of the congregation at  Bhaktivedanta Manor. He joined ISKCON in 1995 and spent many
years on the Polish tour under His Holiness Indradyumna Maharaja  as a kirtaneer. He has a degree in pure mathematics from Edinburgh  University, and taught science and mathematics in Mayapur International School for two years.

He is married with three children, and is dedicated to Saturday
harinam sankirtana.