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Description: Three lectures in which His Holiness shares his realizations on the famous section in the Caitanya-Caritamrita where Lord Caitanya compares the development of devotion to the growth of a creeper plant. In the purport Srila Prabhupada extensively discusses what are the weeds that can surround one's devotional creeper and endanger its progress, how to recognize them and how to deal with them. Meaningful lectures to all of us who are still struggling on the road of bhakti.
|1995.08.03||NZ||CcM 19.158||37:48||8.7M||Devotees Should Be Straightforward||Tending to the Bhakti Creeper|
|1995.08.04||NZ||CcM 19.160||60:54||13.9M||Detecting the Unwanted Creepers||Tending to the Bhakti Creeper|
|1996.06.28||Houston, US||Home Program CcM 19.150||78:27||18.0M||Carelessness & the Bhakti Creeper||Tending to the Bhakti Creeper|