Lord Brahma saw Krishna directly and composed a prayer based on his Realizations—a striking prayer by one who has seen the Truth.
Krishna revealed His own form to Brahma, along with His spiritual planets, His devotees and their relationships with Him. Overwhelmed by this transcendental revelation, Brahma spoke these words glorifying Krishna and what he saw.
Brahma’s awe and love permeates the text and gives an overview of the workings of the cosmic creation.
Follow Brahma's vision and understanding to the feet of Krishna and see Him face-to-face yourself.
This publication is an expanded edition of the first English-language version of Brahma-samhita—published in India in 1932—featuring the translation and commentary of Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Goswami (1874–1937). Srila Bhaktisiddhanta, a great Vaishnava saint and scholar, was the guru of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
Sri Brahma Samhita, Softbound
Softbound; 157 pages; 12.1 17.8 (centimeters); 4.75 x 7 (inches)