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This is a conversation with His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Recorded on 11th June 1974 in Paris, France
When the chief of the Law House of Paris met him, Srila Prabhupada said we are also lawyers like in the Legislative Assembly not in the material sense, but we know the law of God. When people become lawful they also do activity and follow the law of God, the activities such as chanting the Holy Name of Lord so people may hear and their hearts may cleanse and they may try to understand what is God.
The Chief asked about Christianity.
Namo Brahmne devaya
Go brahmane hitaya ca
Jagat hitaya krishnaya
Govindaya namo namah
While commenting on this verse, Srila Prabhupada once said Lord Krishna is saying who He takes care of specially. Namo brahmane devay which is not Brahman but it is parabrahma the Supreme Lord offering obeisances to him then ‘go brahman hitay ca’ so Krishna is giving first preference to the cow and for his welfare and then the Brahmanas and then jagat hitay Krishnay means all other living entities are taken care of , but in the above verse first Krishna has given importance ...
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Bhagavad Gita (18.44)
Farming, cow protection and business are the natural work for the vaiśyas, and for the śūdras there is labor and service to others.
Lord Kṛṣṇa as Govinda is more inclined to the brāhmaṇas and the cows, indicating thereby that human prosperity depends more on these two items, namely brahminical culture and cow protection. Lord Kṛṣṇa is never satisfied where these are lacking. (Teachings of Queen Kunti Ch. 4)
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