BG Chap 7 - The Narādhamas who do not surrender to Kṛṣṇa
The civilized human beings are those who have regulative principles of social, political and religious life. Those who are socially and politically developed but who have no religious principles must be considered narādhamas. In the Gītā the Personality of Godhead clearly states that there is no authority above Him and that He is the Supreme Truth. The civilized form of human life is meant for man's reviving the lost consciousness of his eternal relation with the Supreme Truth, the Personality of Godhead Śrī Kṛṣṇa, who is all-powerful. Whoever loses this chance is classified as a narādhama. Narādhamas, having become civilized human beings by practicing devotional service for some time, later decide that devotional practices are impractical for achieving their aims in life and thus whimsically discard devotional service. The symptom of their being adhama, or the most fallen, is their intentional rejection of devotional service. Under the influence of māyā, the narādhamas, though attaining a high status by being born as brāhmaṇas, become the lowest of men by absorption in materialistic poetic works. Condemned by fate, they are averse to the nectarean activities of the Supreme Lord and listen to the impure narrations of ordinary men. They do not believe in God and just engage in material pursuits.