Article By: Swami B.G. Narasingha
The Divinity of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu
Segment 1
A Note to the Reader 

This paper was written by a disciple of Srila Prabhupada, Swami B.G. Narasingha. I know that there are protocols in what I am about to do, and that is that I am not going to seek permission to present this paper for any reader who may visit the Website. It is to important to me personally, “that I do not waste any time”, due to the fact that today, I turned to an old ripe, but not to juicy 76 years of living on this Planet called Earth. So, you can understand that death is at my heals, so to speak. Infact, I can give you plenty of personally verifiable evidence, that I should have died, sometime shortly after 2010.  

 With the assistance of modern medical services, technology, and medicine, that has been provided by the USA Veterans Administration Hospital System; I have been able to still be living today. However, death is relentless, and will never give up until “I am dead”. Moreover, we all know that my time to take my final breath of Earthp’s atmosphere, will surely come without any doubt. Trying to contact him and maybe have to haggle or even have my request not granted; I being BOLD, and doing the needful. Sirla Prabhupada taught me something that I feel is my permission to do what I am doing.  

 In Purport to Bhagava-gita 10.4-5, Prabhupada wrote: 

 Satyam, truthfulness, means that facts should be presented as they are, for the benefit of others. Facts should not be misrepresented. According to social conventions, it is said that one can speak the truth only when it is palatable to others. But that is not truthfulness. The truth should be spoken in a straightforward way, so that others will understand actually what the facts are. If a man is a thief and if people are warned that he is a thief, that is truth.

Although sometimes the truth is unpalatable, one should not refrain from speaking it. Truthfulness demands that the facts be presented as they are for the benefit of others. That is the definition of truth. “ 

I sincerely believe that both, Swami B.G. Narasingha and myself; well, we are doing just what has been underlined, and in bold blue font. Swami Ji, the contents of his paper you wrote, is inherent to the purpose of this Website, thank you very much. The follow is a hyperlink to where his article can be found: 

This presentation is addressed to anyone who has some knowledge of the Vedic traditions.  It is very much applicable to modern Hindu’s in India.  Therefore, the format is that of objections that have been made by various Hindu communities. 

These objections are followed up with a refutation of their arguments by sighting scriptural reference. These reference prove beyond and doubt, that Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who appeared on this Planet Earth on 18 February 1486, is Divine, and no other than Lord Sri Krishna Himself. 

Lord Krishna appeared 5,000 years ago, and instructed EVERY ONE to SURRENDER  to Him.  Just around 500 years ago, He has  appeared as Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, to show us HOW to SURRENDER to HIM.

There are many evidences to prove the divinity of Sri Caitanya MahaprabhuFirst we will present those references from sastra which are from sruti, and then those from the Puranas and other Vedic literatures. 


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