a) Krishna is the master of everyone
b) Krishna is the object of all pleasures for cows and the senses
c) Krishna is the object of all transcendental pleasure
d) Krishna is the master of the senses
a) When the living entity tries to satisfy the senses of Govinda
b) When the living entity lives a very charitable life
c) When the living entity renounces everything
d) None of these
c) Their own.
d) No one’s.
a) That he is compassionate towards Kurus.
b) What will satisfy his senses.
c) That he respects his teachers and hence do not want to kill them.
d) That his decision of going to forest is correct.
a) By satisfying Govinda.
b) By accumulating more and more wealth.
c) By eating delicious food.
d) By working very hard.
a) To distribute it to poor people.
b) To serve the Lord.
c) To show it to his relatives.
d) For his survival.
a) Their friends and relatives.
c) Poor people.
d) The thieves.
a) Somebody not worshipping Him.
c) Somebody who does not offer money and food to Him.
d) Somebody doing mischief with His devotees.