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CaptionThe great sage Vyasadeva, after editing the the Vedas, was still not satisfied in his mind, although he had engaged himself in working for the welfare of all people. As Vyasadeva was considering this and regretting the defects, Narada Muni arrived at his cottage. The sage Narada, with a smile upon his face, told Vyasadeva that his work, the Mahabharat was well prepared and elaborately explained. He asked Vyas what was the cause of his feeling despondent. Vyasa replied by questioning Narada as to what must be the root cause of his dissatisfaction. Narada said, "You have not actually broadcast the sublime and spotless glories of the Personality of Godhead. That philosophy which does not satisfy the transcendental senses of the Lord is considered worthless. Although, great sage, you have very broadly described the four principles beginning with religious performances, you have not described the glories of the Supreme Personality, Vasudeva." Narada requested Vyasadeva to describe the almighty Lord's activities for the benefit of all classes of men. Thus Srimad Bhagavatam is meant for the sincere soul who desires peace of mind and not for any particular class or sect.
HeadlineNarada Muni Encourages Vyasadeva to Write the Srimad Bhagavatam
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