Uddhava-gita is like Bhagavad-gita, a summary of the essence of the most confidential knowledge of the Vedas. As Prabhupada explains, Uddhava-gita is even deeper and more intense than Bhagavad-gita.
Uddhava-gita is spoken in the tranquility of Krishna's palace in His capital, Dwaraka. Uddhava was at ease alone with Krishna and was a great sage who was considered "supremely intelligent" (SB10.46.1).
The Uddhava-gita is found at the end of the most important work of Vedic philosophy, the Srimad Bhagavatam, 11th Canto, beginning with Chapter 7.
A complete course on the Uddhava-gita, Krishna's last instructions, going through verse by verse. Translation and commentaries by Hridayananda Das Goswami et al, BBT edition.
The Uddhava-gita is Krishna’s last instructions before leaving this world and is found in the Srimad Bhagavatam, 11th Canto, chapters 7-29.
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