Archive | August, 2011

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Teachings to Das Goswami

In this post we are presenting a lecture given on 6 September 2010 in Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math Nabadwip in which Srila Acharya Maharaj describes the primary teachings of Sriman Mahaprabhu to Srila Raghunath Das Goswami. These verses are very frequently cited by Srila Acharyadev in his preaching to the devotees.

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Sri Nandotsav

In honour of the Nandotsav, we are positing an excerpt from the lecture Srila Govinda Maharaj gave on this occasion in September of 1994 in Hungary.

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Sri Janmastami

In honour of Sri Janmastami, we are presenting an excerpt from the upcoming release Amnaya-Tattva in which Srila Govinda Maharaj explains the transcendental nature of the appearance of Krishna within this world as well as a couple of verses from the Gopi-Gita cited by Srila Govinda Maharaj on this holy occasion.

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Supreme Pastimes

In preparation for Janmastami, we are presenting in this post two verses which adorn the Temple of Love and Affection that describe the general position and supremacy of the Pastimes of Svayam Bhagavan Sri Krishna, followed by a discussion of these verses by Srila Govinda Maharaj excerpted from the upcoming release Amnaya-Tattva.

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Cutting Illusion

In this new audio posting extracted from a lecture given on 6 September 2010 in Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math Nabadwip, Srila Acharya Maharaj describes how strong desire and faith are essential in the process of overcoming the obstacles presented by Maya in the life of a devotee.

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The Way

In honour of the disappearance of Srila Rupa Goswami Prabhu today, we are presenting a verse from the Temple of Love and Affection that expresses the heartfelt prayer of Srila Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Thakur and the Rupanuga Vaisnavas, accompanied by an explanation by Srila Bhakti Sundar Govinda Dev-Goswami Maharaj.