Translated by Swami Tapasyananda, 228 Pages, Paperback.

Kapilopadesha occurs in the third Skandha of the Bhagavata Purana, Comprising nine of its concluding chapters. Bhagavan Kapila is looked upon as one of the divine incarnations. In Kapilopadesha, which is in the form of the dialogue between Kapila and his mother, Devahuti, the son gives sermons on a variety of subjects, but never deviates from the central theme of the Bhagavata, namely, Mukti or Freedom from bondage.

The method advocated here towards this emancipation, Kaivalya, is the Samkhya philosophy.