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OAT 1975 completed
The index for the 1975 Original Audio and Transcripts is now completed and you will find a total of 562 lectures in that section. Please note that we have now opted for a new presentation in this section. The first column leads you to the audio file which is simply a link to the mp3 audio file (depending on the configuration of your browser, the file will either use your own preferred audio player or use the plugin installed. In the latter case, the file opens in a new tab of your browser so you can also read the transcript) The second column opens a PDF file which contains diacritics, in a new tab also. We hope you like that as it was a particular request from the Bhaktivedanta Archives to show the diacritics.
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Srila Prabhupada explains the maha-mantra
The links to the main scriptures in the left menu.
Now you can easily consult the Bhagavad-gita, Srimad-Bhagavatam and Caitanya-caritamrta with a simple click. You will find those links that will take you to the Bhaktivedanta Vedabase Online in the left menu under web links.
If you haven't got time to sit down and read, you can always hear Srila Prabhupada's books. Simplly visit the Amala Bhakta's book narration section on the right side of this page.
Throughout the collection of lectures and conversations, discrepancies sometimes occur between the preface in the audio file and the title of the transcript found in the Vedabase viz sometimes the date or the location is different. The information found in the Vedabase will always supersede. Also, the written text does not necessarily start where the audio file starts and many endings are missing. Here is the explanation. The files in the commercially distributed tapes were made out of pre-determined format (30-60-90 minutes)cassette tapes. Unfortunately, there were sometimes a few words that couldn't fit in and they were cut off.