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Rāgānugā-bhakti-rīti: The Path of Loving Attachment (Text 5)

Śrī Rūpa Mañjarī, Śrī Rati Mañjarī, Lavaṅga Mañjarī, Mañjūlalī-māñjarī, and Śrī Rasa Mañjarī eagerly and lovingly serve Śrīmatī Rādhārānī, supplying Her musk and various other articles. Śrīla Narottama dāsa Ṭhākura prays, “When will I serve Śrī Rādhā-Mādhava with these nitya-siddha-mañjarīs?” Many devotees serve Rādhā-Mādhava and there are also many devotees who serve in sakhya- and vātsalya-rasa. But the prema-sevā rendered under the guidance of the mañjarīs is especially pleasing to Rādhā-Mādhava...


Ācharya Kesarī desired to give sannyāsa to his three foremost disciples—Sajjana-sevaka, Rādhānātha, and Gaura Nārāyaṇa. Although he had previously...

Utthana Ekadasi and the Disappearance Day of Srila Gaura-kisora das Babaji Maharaja

In Jaiva-dharma, Bhaktivinoda Thakura wrote that the people who do not follow the proper etiquette of Vaisnavism, who do not have renunciation, and who do not perform sadhana, should not be sannyasis and babajis. They will only be vantasis, or vomit-eaters. If they have no real relation and no real affection, how can they understand anything? How can they control their senses? Bhaktivinoda Thakura was very serious. He called Bimala Prasada and said, “First you should begin daiva-varnasrama-dharma. Do not break the rules and regulations of dharma. Don’t jump to being a paramahamsa until you are above Maya. In this way, follow the rules of regulation of Vaisnavism in vaidhi-marga. Then open training-centers, or temples, mathas, and asramas. These will be places for students to reside. Then, you should also have books.

Remember Gaura Nitai!

1. If you are remembering Gaura-Nitai, then there will be no aparadha in your chanting. 2. By serving the mahamantra like this, you will easily attain perfection. This is the power of gaura-nama. 3. Gaura-dhama means Nityananda Prabhu...


To resolve the situation, Tansena took his sitar and started singing, but he sang off-tune and out of rhythm. His gurudeva, Svami Haridasa, chastised him, saying. “Is this how I taught you to sing?” He took Tansena’s sitar and started to sing himself. At that time, a big cloud appeared in the sky and it started raining. The demigods came and offered flower petals, while the Gandharvas were dancing. Bihariji also came and danced there. All the flower trees started to bloom and drop honey, and everybody present was crying in separation. When the king saw this scenery, he became astonished and understood that God is really present in this world with his devotees.

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