Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura, one of the most important saints and teachers of the Gaudiya Vaisnava school, wrote the “Sri Camatkara Candrika” while residing in Radhakunda and is composed of four stories that took place over five thousand years ago between Yavata and Nandagrama, two villages a few kilometers away. At that time Radharani lived in Yavata and Krishna in Nandagrama. An important key to understanding Sri Camatkara Candrika is that these are not stories of flirtations between boys and girls, but they are stories that must be understood within the concept of transcendence. Krishna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the creator of all that exists, and Srimati Radharani is His eternal companion. All others personalities playing a part in these stories are Their eternal companions.
Sri Sri Radha Krishna Ganoddesa Dipika (English) Kindle
Srila Rupa Goswami, one of the six Goswamis of Vrindavana, was an incarnation of Rupa Manjari, the most important of the eight confidential maidservants of Srimati Radharani in the eternal transcendental Vrindavana.
A sidelong glance – (English) Kindle
We are here today to present our latest book, “A Sidelong Glance“.
Srimati Radharani fascinates Sri Krishna by looking at him in this way. It is an irresistible and full of attraction look. We also have a strong desire to one day be fascinated by the way Srimati Radharani is, at all times, calling us back to the spiritual world, where life is filled with eternal knowledge and happiness.
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This booklet is lovingly and respectfully dedicated to my Guardian Angel who has given this special causeless mercy to me, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada. For without his extreme rare mercy as this, such a book like this could not have been even remotely conceived of, let alone practiced.Thank you Srila Prabhupada for letting me have faith in you and your faith in me and putting in a good word on my behalf to the Lords of my heart, my Priya Priyatam!! You are truly my ever well- wisher!-Radha Kunda Dasa
Maha-Bharata As It Is vol. 2 of 2 (English) Kindle
Introduction The epoch: five thousand years ago; the place: a quiet and luxuriant forest of India; the setting: a conclave of holy ascetics. Suta Gosvami, a young yet already renowned sage arrives. The ascetics ask about his last pilgrimages and Suta tells of having witnessed a great sacrifice, during which Vaishampayana, one of the disciples of the famous Vyasa, tells the wonderful story called Maha-bharata. Saunaka asks Suta to faithfully repeat everything he has heard, and the latter willingly accepts. Thus began the Maha-bharata of Vyasa, one of the most magnificent works that humanity has ever seen.