(Excerpt from HH Jayapataka Swami’s recent zoom class)

“I was told in Tirupati, a person died.

After he was taken to the crematorium on a stretcher, suddenly he sat up.

All the people thought-what happened?

The dead man has come back to life!


They thought he was a ghost.

But he said no, don’t worry, I am alright.

Then he went right to the [ISKCON] temple and he asked if they have Bhagavad-gītā As It is.

They said, they had it.

They gave him the Bhagavad-gītā translated by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

The man started crying, he was so happy to have the book.

The devotees asked “what happened? Why are you crying?”

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He told, “You see I died. Then my subtle body was taken to Yamaraja by the yamadutas. He said, no this is the wrong guy. I was taken back to my body and placed there by the Yamadutas.”

Then the Yamadutas said:

“If you get Bhagavad-gītā in the Krsna temple here, you get the Bhagavad-gītā As It Is, you won’t see us again.”

So when he came alive he immediately came to the temple and got the Bhagavad-gītā.

He was so happy, he knew he would not see the Yamadutas again. He started crying.

Now we have our book marathon. Even the Yamadutas are also helping us to sell the Bhagavad-Gītās. Haribol!”

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Author: RAJAN

RAJAN from Tamil Nadu, India, a Life Patron and an Initiated Devotee being in ISKCON for nearly three decades, serves anonymously to avoid Prominence and crowd as an insignificant, Humble and Neutral Servant for all the devotees of Krishna! He promotes Social media forums and this blog-website as e-satsangha (e-forums) blessed with Lakhs of followers, to give Spiritual Solutions for all the Material Problems of the devotees since 2011! He writes friendly and practical tips to practice devotion (i) without hurting the followers of other paths, (ii) without affecting the personal and career life, and (iii) without the blind, superstitious and ritualistic approach! He dedicates all the glories and credits to his Guru and Krishna.