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9 Featured Presentations
"1” : A Treatise “Moving Forward”, Making a “Case”, for the Reconstitution of Srila Prabhupada's “Missions”. By Upendranath Dasa 2022

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Section PROLOGUE : Preliminary & Essential Information. (Text)
 

2022 Vyasa-puja Offering By Upendranath Dasa

 

Invocation  

 

Segment 01.1: Notes to the Reader Part 1

Segment 01.2:Notes to the Reader Part 2

Segment 01.3: Notes to the Reader Part 3

Segment 01.4: Notes to the Reader Part 4

Segment 02.1: Blind Faith Pretending to be Rational Faith; Or Dry-logic Pretending to be Logic that is Based on The Principle of “Guru Sastra, and Sadhu”. Part 1

Segment 02.2: Blind Faith Pretending to be Rational Faith; Or Dry-logic Pretending to be Logic that is Based on The Principle of “Guru Sastra, and Sadhu”. Part 2

Segment 03: The Importance of the First Two Verses from Srimad-bhagavatam.

Segment 04: What is The Definition of Truthfulness, According to   Srila Bhaktisiddanta Saraswati Thakur and Srila Prabhupada?

Segment 05: Why are The Adjectives, “Ruined & Useless” Being Seriously Used by this Treatise?

Segment 06.1: Inspiration for the Writing of this Treatise. Part 1

Segment 06.2: Inspiration for the Writing of this Treatise. Part 2

Segment 07.1: Consequences of Not Following the Instructions & Orders of One’s Spiritual Master, Part 1

Segment 07.2: Consequences of Not Following the Instructions & Orders of One’s Spiritual Master, Part 2

Segment 07.3: Consequences of Not Following the Instructions & Orders of One’s Spiritual Master, Part 3

Segment 08.1: What Will Happen to the GBC, If They Do Not Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders & Instructions Part 1

Segment 08.2: What Will Happen to the GBC, If They Do Not Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders & Instructions Part 2

Section PROLOGUE : (Audio)
Section ONE : The "Guru" Issue (Text)

Segment 09.1: ISKCON’S Current Guru System. Part 1

Segment 09.2: ISKCON’S Current Guru System. Part 2

Segment 09.3: ISKCON’S Current Guru System. Part 3

Segment 09.4: ISKCON’S Current Guru System. Part 4

Segment 09.5: ISKCON’S Current Guru System. Part 5

Segment 10: Some Superlative Definitions of What is a Genuine Guru.  

Segment 11.1: Analysis of a Lecture Given by Srila Prabhupada in 1969 Part 1

Segment 11.2: Analysis of a Lecture Given by Srila Prabhupada in 1969 Part 2

Segment 12.1: Needing a teacher,How do I Discriminate Between a Desirable Guru, and an Undesirable One? Part 1

Segment 12.2: Needing a teacher.How do I Discriminate Between a Desirable Guru, and an Undesirable One? Part 2

Segment 13.1: The Real and The Fake Guru. There Are No Mystical or Esoteric Qualifications, For These Are Not Verifiable. Part 1

Segment 13.2: The Real and The Fake Guru. There Are No Mystical or Esoteric Qualifications, For These Are Not Verifiable. Part 2

Segment 13.3: The Real and The Fake Guru. There Are No Mystical or Esoteric Qualifications, For These Are Not Verifiable. Part 3 .

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Segment 14: "The Guru & Disciple Should Study Each Other Carefully Before Establishing a Relationship." 

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Segment 14.1: In Finding a Guru, We Cannot Say It Is a Science, If We Use Mystical and or Popularity Criteria, That the Neophyte Student Has No Ability to Verify.     

Segment 14.2: If the Guru Makes Himself or Herself Unavailable for Association.    

Segment 14.3: The Process of Mutual Testing of the Spiritual Master and Disciple.  

Segment 14.4: The Spiritual Master Tests the Determination of the Candidate for Discipleship:       

Segment 15.1: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 1

Segment 15.2: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 2

. Segment 15.3:Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 3

Segment 15.4: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 4

Segment 15.5: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 5

Segment 15.6: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 6

Segment 15.7: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 7

Segment 15.8: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP) Part 8

Segment 16: The Heretical Ritvik Theory.

Segment 16.1: The Paramahamsa-Maha-bhagavata, and Uttama Adhikari Must See Krishna?  

Segment 16.2: How Does One Become a Sincere Soul?

Segment 16.3: Why the Ritvik-vadis Score Points.      

Segment 16.4: Utpata, Disturbance.

Segment 16.5: An Interesting Twist.

Segment 16.6: The Meaning of Uttama-adhikari.       

Segment 17: Ritvik-vada And the Three Modes.

Segment 17.1: To Get Rid of a Problem, Solve It.        

Segment 17.2: We Must Have Faith.

Segment 17.3: Ritvik-vadis Are Irrational.        

Segment 17.4: Solutions.       

Segment 18: He is Considered First-class. 

Segment 19: The Phrase “Who Can be Guru?”

Segment 20.1: One Who Knows the Science of Krishna Can be Guru. Part 1

Segment 20.2: One Who Knows the Science of Krishna Can be Guru. Part 2

Segment 20.3: One Who Knows the Science of Krishna Can be Guru. Part 3

Segment 21.1: Prema Vivarta 20.

Segment 21.2: CONCLUSION, In Actuality, There Was Never A “Guru Issue”.

Section ONE : (Audio)
Section ONE "Audio"
The "Guru Deception" Issue
Section TWO : The Management of Srila Prabhupada's Mission "Issue" (Text)
 

 Segment 22: Introduction to “The Management of ISKCON”. 

Segment 23: You Will Ruin Everything.  

Segment 24.1: Forms of Government. Part 1

Segment 24.2: Forms of Government. Part 2

Segment 24.3: Forms of Government. Part 3

Segment 25: What Form of Government Did ISKCON Have During Srila Prabhupada ’s Lifetime and Thereafter?      

Segment 26.1: What Form of Government Does ISKCON Have Now? Part 1

Segment 26.2: What Form of Government Does ISKCON Have Now? Part 2

Segment 27.1: Copy of Original Direction of Management (DOM), for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness Incorporated. Page 1

Segment 27.2: Copy of Original Direction of Management (DOM), for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness Incorporated. Page 2

Segment 27.3: Copy of Original Direction of Management (DOM), for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness Incorporated. Page 3

Segment 27.4: Copy of Original Direction of Management (DOM), for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness Incorporated. Page 4

Segment 27.5: Copy of Original Direction of Management (DOM), for the International Society for Krishna Consciousness Incorporated. Page 5

Segment 28.1: Transcription of the DOM. Part 1

Segment 28.2: Transcription of the DOM. Part 2

Segment 29: Was this DOM Neglected or Ignored by The GBC When Srila Prabhupada Was Still Present?        

Segment 30: Copy of Original Srila Prabhupada’s “TOPMOST URGENCY LETTER”, July 22, 1974.    

Segment 31.1: Transcription of TOPMOST URGENCY Letter Part 1

Segment 31.2: Transcription of TOPMOST URGENCY Letter Part 2

Segment 31.3: Transcription of TOPMOST URGENCY Letter.Part 3

Segment 32.1: How Can the Direction of Management [DOM], be Applied Today, in The Absence of Srila Prabhupada?  Part 1

Segment 32.2: How Can the Direction of Management [DOM], be Applied Today, in The Absence of Srila Prabhupada?  Part 2    

Segment 33: Illegal Bylaws for “The GBC Society of West Bengal”, Give the GBC Dictatorial Power.     

Segment 34: Bylaw Adoption: A Coup Attempt:  The following is an article written in 2005, by Nimai Pandit Dasa Temple president of the ISKCON Long Island Temple.  This article was found to be in the same mood as this Treatise; hence it is presented for your consideration.  After reading this you will understand why the so-called, in name only, entity who are calling themselves as to be GBCs of ISKCON, are unscrupulous, untruthful, dishonest and frauds.  Sixteen years have passed since Nimai Pandit Das tried to warn the followers of Srila Prabhupada about what was going on with the management of his mission.  At that time in 2005, it was “A Coup Attempt”.  Today, 2022, one can say without a doubt, it has become “A Successful Coup”.  I have done some grammatical editing, and have added text for the purpose of clarification to the reader.  In all regards, this editing absolutely does not change the message found in its contents:.

Segment 34.1: Article Written by Nimai Pandit Das Part 1

Segment 34.2: Article Written by Nimai Pandit Das Part 2

Segment 34.3: Article Written by Nimai Pandit Das Part 3

Segment 34.4: Anyone is Legally Free to Incorporate, Another Religious Organization, Under the Name ISKCON, and Run it Independently From the GBC.

Segment 35.1: Comments on the Direction of Management. Part 1

Segment 35.2: Comments on the Direction of Management. Part 2

Segment 35.3: Comments on the Direction of Management. Part 3

Segment 35.4: Comments on the Direction of Management. Part 4

Segment 35.5: Comments on the Direction of Management. Part 5

Segment 35.6: Comments on the Direction of Management. Part 6

Segment 36: Srila Prabhupada Instructions on Management.       

Segment 36.01: Relationship between the GBC and Temple Management; And the Election of Temple Presidents. Part 1

Segment 36.02: Relationship between the GBC and Temple Management; And the Election of Temple Presidents. Part 2

Segment 36.03: Relationship between the GBC and Temple Management; And the Election of Temple Presidents. Part 3

Segment 36.04: Relationship between the GBC and Temple Management; And the Election of Temple Presidents. Part 4

Segment 36.05: On Management in General.  

Segment 36.06: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan Part 1

Segment 36.07: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan Part 2

Segment 36.08: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan, Part 3

Segment 36.09: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan Part 4

Segment 36.10: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan Part 5

Segment 36.11: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan Part 6

Segment 36.12: On Management in General. Morning Walk, March 12, 1974, Vrindhavan Part 7

Segment 36.13: On Management in General.  Miscellaneous, Part 1

Segment 36.14: On Management in General.  Miscellaneous, Part 2

Segment 37.1: The Art of Management According to Srila Prabhupada Part 1

Segment 37.2: The Art of Management According to Srila Prabhupada.Part 2.

Segment 37.3: The Art of Management According to Srila Prabhupada Part 3

Segment 38.1: Comments on The Art of Management Part 1

Segment 38.2:Comments on The Art of Management Part 2

Segment 38.3:Comments on The Art of Management Part 3

Segment 38.4:Comments on The Art of Management Part 4

Segment 38.5:Comments on The Art of Management Part 5

Segment 38.6:Comments on The Art of Management Part6

Segment 38.7:Comments on The Art of Management Part 7

Segment 38.8:Comments on The Art of Management Part 8

Section TWO : (Audio)
A Treatise "Moving Forward"
Section TWO" Audio"
The Managment of Srila Prabhupada's "Mission" Issue?
Section THREE : Final Words On the “Guru & Management of Srila Prabhupada's Mission” Issues (Text)
 

Segment 39: A History of ISKCON In a Nutshell

Segment 40: BBT & its Shadow BBTI Part 1

Segment 41: BBT & its Shadow BBTI Part 2

Segment 42: BBT & its Shad ow BBTI Part 3

Segment 43: The Conclusions are Clear and Evident.

Segment 44: We Must Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders & Instructions Part 1

Segment 45: We Must Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders & Instructions Part 2

Segment 46: We Must Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders & Instructions Part 3

Segment 47: We Must Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders & Instructions Part 4

Segment 48: We Must Follow Srila Prabhupada’s Orders &Instructions Part 5

Segment 49: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 1

Segment 50: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 2

Segment 51: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 3

Segment 52: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 4

Segment 53: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 5

Segment 54: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 6

Segment 55: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 7

Segment 56: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 8

Segment 57: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 9

Segment 58: "My Mission Is" According to Srila Prabhupada Part 10

Segment 59: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 11

Segment 60: “My Mission Is” According to Srila Prabhupada Part 12

 

 

Section THREE : (Audio)
Section FOUR : Essentials of a Krishna-consciousness Movement Organization & Secrets For Success (Text)

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Essentials of a Krishna-consciousness Movement Organization & Secrets For Success.

Segment 61: Desa-kala-patra. According to Time, Atmosphere, & the Performer Part 1

Segment 62: Desa-kala-patra. According to Time, Atmosphere, & the Performer Part 2

Segment 63: Desa-kala-patra. According to Time, Atmosphere, & the Performer Part 3

Segment 64: Desa-kala-patra. According to Time, Atmosphere, & the Performer Part 4

Segment 65: Desa-kala-patra. According to Time, Atmosphere, & the Performer, Part 5.

Segment 66: Srimad-bhagavatam & Srila Prabhupada Articulate the “Core Essential Elements” of Krishna-Consciousness” Part 1

Segment 67: Srimad-bhagavatam & Srila Prabhupada Articulate the “Core Essential Elements” of Krishna-Consciousness” Part 2

Segment 68:Srimad-bhagavatam & Srila Prabhupada Articulate the “Core Essential Elements”, of Krishna-Consciousness” Part 3

Segment 69: Srimad-bhagavatam & Srila Prabhupada Articulate the “Core Essential Elements”, of Krishna-Consciousness” Part 4

Segment 70: Srimad-bhagavatam & Srila Prabhupada Articulate the “Core Essential Elements”, of Krishna-Consciousness” Part 5

Segment 71: “Core & Essential Elements” of Srila Prabhupada’s Krishna-consciousness Movement Part 1

Segment 72: “Core & Essential Elements” of Srila Prabhupada’s Krishna-consciousness Movement Part 2

Segment 73: The Chanting of The Holy Names of Krishna is The Goal. Part 1

Segment 76: Istagoshi Is Inherent to Sadhu-sanga Part 2

Segment 77: The 9 Angas (Arms) of Bhakti Part 1

Segment 78: The 9 Angas (Arms) of Bhakti Part 2

Segment 79: The 9 Angas (Arms) of Bhakti Part 3

Segment 80: What is the Difference Between Nama & Mantra? Part 1

Segment 81: What is the Difference Between Nama & Mantra? Part 2

Segment 82: A Humbly Request.

Segment 83: Everything Is In My Books Part 1

Segment 84: Everything Is In My Books Part 2

Segment 85: Everything Is In My Books Part 3

Segment 86: Everything Is In My Books Part 4

Segment 87: Back To Godhead #13-01/02 1978 Srila Prabhupada Disappearance, Srila Prabhupada Speaks Out, His Final Instruction Part 1

Segment 88: Back To Godhead #13-01/02 1978 Srila Prabhupada Disappearance, Srila Prabhupada Speaks Out, His Final Instruction Part 2

Segment 89: Srila Prabhupada’s Instructions From His Antya-lila. Part 1

Segment 90: Srila Prabhupada’s Instructions From His Antya-lila. Part 2

Segment 91: Srila Prabhupada’s Instructions From His Antya-lila. Part 3

Segment 92: Solutions & Suggestions Part 1

Segment 93: Solutions & Suggestions Part 2

Segment 94: Solutions & Suggestions Part 3

Section FOUR : (Audio)
“2” : Srila Prabhupada's Antya-lila, “His Last Six Months”. Was He Systematically Poisoned? Never Before Published Memoirs by Disciples & Followers. By Upendranath Dasa 2022

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Antya-lila Prologue: A Introductory Mix of the Last Six Months of Srila Prabhupada Being Present
Antya-lila Prologue Audio (Work in Progress)
 
Antya-lila Prologue Text:
 
Introduction:.
 

Part 1   Part 2 

 Part 3   Part 4 

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Segment 001: Abhirama dasa July 19th to the 28th 1977

Segment 002: Abhirama dasa July 28th to August 2nd 1977 Part 2.

Segment 003: Abhirama dasa August 3rd to the 7th 1977

Segment 004: Abhirama dasa August 8th to 26th 1977

Segment 005: Abhirama October 1st to 7th 1977

Segment 006: Abhirama dasa October 9th to 16th 1977

Segment 007: Unknown September 29th to October 8th 1977

Segment 008: Unknown September 29th to October 8th 1977

Segment 009: Unknown October 9th, 1977 Part 1

Segment 010: Unknown October 9th 1977 Part 2

Segment 011: Unknown October 10th to the 11th 1977

Segment 012: Bardaraja Dasa Part 1

Segment 013: Bardaraja Dasa Part 2          

Segment 014: Bardaraja Dasa Part 3          

Segment 015: Bardaraja Dasa Part 4          

Segment 016: Bardaraja Dasa Part 5

Segment 017: Arundhati Dasi Part 1          

Segment 018: Arundhati Dasi Part 2        

Segment 019: Arundhati Dasi Part 3          

Segment 020: Anantacarya Dasa Part 1 November 11th– 3th 1977    

Segment 021: Anantacarya  Dasa Part 2 November 14, 1977

Segment 022: Anantacarya Dasa Part 3 November 14, 1977  

Segment 023: Anantacarya Dasa Part 4 November 15, 1977  

Segment 024: Trivikram Swami Part 1 Beginning of October, &End of September 1977        

Segment 025: Trivikram Swami Part 2 Beginning of October, & End of September 1977       

Segment 026: Harikesa Swami One of the Bogus 11 Part 1        

Segment 027: Harikesa Swami One of the Bogus 11 Part 2       

Segment 028: Harikesa Swami One of the Bogus 11 Part 3        

Segment 029: Upendra Dasa (Srila Prabhupada Personal Servant.  Sent to Australia, in 1970, to Establish ISKCON.  Part 1. October 2nd & 4th 1977.

Segment 030: Upendra Dasa (Srila Prabhupada Personal Servant.  Sent to Australia, 1970, to Establish ISKCON There.  Part 2. October 7th & 8th 1977

Segment 031: Upendra Dasa (Srila Prabhupada Personal Servant.  Sent to Australia, in 1970, to Establish ISKCON.  Part 3. October 9th 1977

Segment 032: Upendra Dasa (Srila Prabhupada Personal Servant.  Sent to Australia, in 1970, to Establish ISKCON.  Part 4. October 11th 1977

Segment 034: Satyanarayana Dasa Part 1 May 7th to August 27th 1977         

Segment 035: Satyanarayana Dasa Part 2 May 7th to August 27th 1977         

Segment 036: Bhakti Caru Swami Part 1    

Segment 037: Bhakti Caru Swami Part 2    

Segment 038: Vipramukhya Dasa Part 1  

Segment 039: Vipramukhya Dasa Part 2 

Segment 040: Balavanta Dasa GBC, August 1977

Segment 041: Ravi Dasa

Segment 42: Rohini Kumar Dasa

Segment 043: Gunavnava Dasa, May 17 to August 27, 1977, Part 1.

Segment 044: Gunavnava Dasa, May 17 to August 27, 1977, Part 2.

Segment 045: Puri Maharaja (Srila Prabhupada God brother.)    

Segment 046: Dhanudara Swami, Headmaster of the Vrindavana Gurukula, October 1977.

Segment 047: Akshatananda Swami, Temple President, Vrindavana 1977.

Segment 048: Jagadhisa Goswami.

Segment 049: Raghunath dasa (Gurukula student).

Segment 050: Yadubara Dasa, Part 1, May 17-22, 1977.

Segment 051: Yadubara Dasa, Part 2, May 23-26, 1977.

Segment 052: Yadubara Dasa, Part 3, May 27-30, 1977.

Segment 053: Satadhanya Swami..  Part 1.

Segment 054: Satadhanya Swami.  Part 2.

Segment 055: Satadhanya Swami.  Part 3.

Segment 056: Yadurani Devi Dasi.

Segment 057:  Ekadasi Dasa.

Antya-lila 81: 6 Months Prior to Srila Prabhupada's Departure

 

Antya-lila "81" Audio (Work in Progress)

 

Antya-lila "81" Text:

 

Segment 058: Dvarkadisha Dasa, & Ekendra Dasi, Vrindavana 1976-1977  

Segment 059: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 1

Segment 060: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 2

Segment 061: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 3

Segment 062: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 4

Segment 063: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 5

Segment 064: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 6

Segment 065: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 7

Segment 066: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 8

Segment 067: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 9

Segment 068: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 10

Segment 069: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 11

Segment 070: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 12

Segment 071: Bhaktijana Dasa, Vrindavana, 1976 Part 13

Segment 072: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  At a Bhagavad-gita 3.31-34 Lecture, Los Angeles 1969

Segment 073: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada At a Srimad-Bhagavatam 7.7.25-28 Lecture, San Francisco, March 13, 1967

Segment 074: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  At a Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 7.108 Lecture, San Francisco, ebrary 18, 1697 Part 1

Segment 075: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  At a Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 7.108 Lecture, San Francisco, ebrary 18, 1697 Part 2

Segment 076: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  At a Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 7.108 Lecture, San Francisco, ebrary 18, 1697 Part 3

Segment 077: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  At Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 7.109-114 Lecture, San Francisco, February 20, 1967 Part 1

Segment 078: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  At Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 7.109-114 Lecture, San Francisco, February 20, 1967 Part 2

Segment 079: Bhaktijana Dasa, Conversation With Srila Prabhupada.  Morning Walk, Vrindavana, May 29, 1977  

Segment 080: Bhaktijana Dasa, Letters From Srila Prabhupada, Part 1

Segment 081: Bhaktijana Dasa, Letters From Srila Prabhupada, Part 2

Segment 082: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 1

Segment 083: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 2

Segment 084: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 3

Segment 085: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 4

Segment 086: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 5

Segment 087: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 6

Segment 088: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 9

Segment 089: Gunarnava-dasa, Delhi, Vrindavana, Bombay, Mayapur, 1976-1977 Part 10

Segment 090: Janana Dasa, London, 1976-1977

Segment 091: Lokanatha Swami, Delhi, Vrindavana, Kumbamela 1976

Antya-lila 82: 5 Months Prior to Srila Prabhupada's Departure
Being Edited, and will be post this year or early 2023
Antya-lila 83: 4 Months Prior to Srila Prabhupada's Departure
Being Edited, and will be post this year or early 2023
Antya-lila 84: 3 Months Prior to Srila Prabhupada's Departure

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Antya-lila 85: 2 Months Prior to Srila Prabhupada's Departure
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Antya-lila 86: The Last Month Prior to Srila Prabhupada's Departure
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“3” : What is the Eternal & Constitutional Function of the Jiva/Soul? From Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur's Jaiva-dharma (1896) First 25 Chapters Without the Thakur's Novel & Stories. English Translation by Nabadwip-dasa 1996. Edited by Upendranath dasa 2022

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Chapter "One": The Eternal & Temporary Natures of the Jiva/Soul
 
Chapter "One": Audio (Work in Progress)
 
 
I n t r o d u c t i o n:.

 

Part-1       Part-2       Part-3

Part 4       Part-5       Part-6

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Segment 001:   The Definition of Dharma”.

Segment 002:   “What is it That is Called Vastu, and What is the Meaning of True Nature?”  Part 1

Segment 003:  “What is it That is Called Vastu, and What is the Meaning of True Nature?” Part 2

Segment 004:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World”  Part 1

Segment 005:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World” Part 2

Segment 006:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World" Part 3

Segment 007: “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World”  Part 4

Segment 008: “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World"  Part 5

Segment 009:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World” Part 6

Segment 010:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World”  Part 7

Segment 011:   “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World”  Part 8

Segment 012:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World”  Part 9

Segment 013:  “How and When Did the Jiva Makes a Choice to be in This Material World”  Part 10

Segment 014:  Summary.

 
Chapter "Two": The Eternal Natural Position & Function ofthe Jiva/Soul
 
Ch a p t e r  "T w o": Audio (Work in Progress)
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Segment 015: “If the Jiva is Infinitesimal, How Can his Eternal Dharma be Full and Pure?  And if the Natural Function of the Jiva is Formed at the Time it is Constituted, How Can That Function be Eternal?  And What is the Nitya-Dharma, or Eternal, Constitutional Function of the Jiva?

Segment 016: “Who Was Sankaracarya?  In the Caitanya-Caritamrta, One Will Witness the Super-excellence of the Spotless Vaisnava-Dharma, Which Sri Caitanya has Revealed.  At That Time, Around 500 Years Ago, Sankaracarya’s Monistic Doctrine Flooded India and Became Very Prominent.  This Doctrine has a Contemptible Nature.  The Intense Emotions, Which Were Displayed by Sri Caitanya, is the Highest State of Concentrated Prema.  Is it Different From the Attainment of the Perfection of Absolute Oneness That Was Taught by Sankaracarya?”   

Segment 017: “What is Prema?”  Part 1

Segment 018: “What is Prema?” Part 2 

 

Chapter "Three": The Circumstantial Function, Duty, & Regligion of a Conscious Being is to be Relinzuished

 

C  h  a p  t  e  r  "T h r e e": Audio (Work in Progress)
 

Segment 019: “Dharma Scriptures, State That the Brahmana Caste is the Highest Caste.  According to These Scriptures, Religious Rites Such as the Chanting of Vedic Mantras, Such as at Dawn, Noon, and Sunset, are Considered Nitya-karma (Eternal Duties) for the Brahmanas.  If These Activities Are Obligatory, Why is Vaisnava Behavior Opposed to Them?”

Segment 020: "Now, How Will They Attain Good Fortune?  By What Means Can Remembrance of Krishna be Aroused in the Hearts of the Jivas Who Are Enthralled by Maya?”

Segment 021:  “What Does It Mean to Adopt the Path of Karma” Part 1

Segment 022:  “What Does It Mean to Adopt the Path of Karma” Part 2

Segment 023: “From the Point of View of the Essential Nature of Things, the Nitya-dharma of the Jivas is Unalloyed Spiritual Practice, and all Other Types of Dharma are Naimittika”.

Segment 024: “Accepting Vows” 

Segment 025:  “What is Vaisnava-Dharma?”

Chapter "Four": Vaisnava-dharma is Eternal-dharma

 

Chapter "Four": Audio (Work in Progress).

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Segment 026: “If the Mind is Agitated by Such Fears, How Will one be Able to Fix it Upon Sri Krishna?”

Segment 027: “So far, it Appears That There is a Close Connection Between Nitya-Dharma and Vaisnava-Dharma.  Are These Two-Dharma s Identical?” Part 1

Segment 028: “So far, it Appears That There is a Close Connection Between Nitya-Dharma and Vaisnava-Dharma.  Are These Two-Dharma s Identical?” Part 2

Segment 029: “Some Claim That One is a Real Vaisnava Only if He Experiences the Path of Devotion Through Bhava (Emotions), so There is no Need for Knowledge.  How Much Truth is There in This Statement?”

Segment 030: “Bhagavan Has a Form.  Since Form is Limited by Spatial Considerations, How can Bhagavan be the Resting Place of the Limitless and All-pervading Brahman?  How Can Sri Krishna’s Form be Eternal, Since He Takes Birth, Performs Activities, and Gives up His Body?”

Segment 031: “When One Meditates on the Form of Sri Krishna, the Conception That Arises in the Heart is Limited by Time and Space.  How Can One Transcend Such Limitations and Meditate on Krishna’s Actual Form?  When Can One Receive the Mercy of the Lord and be Granted Such Spiritual Realization?  What is Spiritual Experience?”

Segment 032: “What is the Eternal Relationship That Exists Between Maya, the Jivas, and Krishna?  If Knowledge is Obtained by Academic Study, Must One be a Scholar to Become a Vaisnava?  What Should One do After Receiving Diksa and Siksa?”

Segment 033: “How Does One Perform Bhagavad-Bhajana?  What Are the Different Types of Sadhana, and How Are They Performed?”

Segment 034: “How is Adhikara (Eligibility) Determined, in Regard to Sadhana-Bhakti?  How is Eligibility Recognized?  How Does One Determine Their Own Eligibility?  Is Bhajana Not Feasible Without Adhering to the Tenets of Scripture.?"

Segment 035: “What is Prayojana-Tattva?”..

 

Chapters "Five" Vaidhi-bhakti is Nitya (Eternal), Not Naimittika (Causal, Circumstantial & Temporary)
 
Chapters "Five" Audio (Work in Progress)
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Segment 036: “Is Sandhya-Vandana not Hari-Bhajana?  Do the divisions of Hari-Bhajana have some secondary results?  Is There any difference between Sandhya-Vandana and the practices that constitute Vaidhi-bhakti (Bhakti that is performed by rule, law, religious injunction or regulation), such as  Sandhya-vandana?”

Segment 037: “Then Why Do the Scriptures praise the virtues of the secondary results?”

Segment 038: “If that is the case, how should one know which directives of the Scripture to have Faith in? Moreover, how many of those of lower adhikara (eligibility), attain a higher destination?”

. Segment 039: “The activities of the Vaisnavas consist of Sravanam, Kirtanam, Smaranam, Pada-sevanam, Arcanam, Vandanam, Dasyam, Sakhyam, and Atma-nivedanam, and they are significantly connected with mtter; so, why are not they also referred to as temporary, Naimittika?  It appears that there is some partiality in these activities, such as the service of the Deity, easting, and worship with material ingredients, which are all connected with gross matter; so, how can they be Eternal?”

Segment 040: "If one worships the Sri-vigraha (Deity) of Bhagavan, but does not accept that Vigraha as Eternal, Then it is not worship of an Eternal Object; it is the Worship of a Temporary Forms?  But Sri-vigraha that is worshiped is fashioned by a human being; so, how Can it be Eternal?” 

Segment 041: “According to the ideology, of those who follow the tenets found in the Qur’an and the many books of the Sufis; what is meant by mukti?  What is the primary teaching of the Qur’an?  Does the Qur’an accept that the Lord has a transcendental form?  What is the Opinion of the Sufis in this regard?”

 

Chapter "Six" Eternal Dharma, Race & Caste
 

Chapters "Six" Audio (Work in Progress)

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Segment 042: “Is caste, eternally invariable?  Is it constant, rigid, set, unchanging, inflexible, and consistent?  Are the Vaisnavas and Hindus not become fallen by associating with Christians, Muslims, and Jew?  However, does that mean that there is no caste distinction between Vaisnavas, Christians, Muslims, and Jew?  Is there no difference in terms of birth?  On the other hand, does the difference between Vaisnavas & Hindus or Muslims & Christians & Jews, consist of nothing more than the difference in clothing and other such things?  Then how can Muslims/Christians/Jews be Vaisnavas, and how can respectable Vaisnavas associate with them?”

Segment 043: “According to this progression, one cannot become a Vaisnava without first completing one’s eligibility for Karma.  Muslims/Christians/Jews are not eligible even to perform the prescribed Karma within the Varna system, because they are outcastes, so how can they become eligible for Bhakti?”

Segment 044: “How can the defect of degraded birth be removed?  Can a defect relating to one’s birth be removed without taking another birth?” 

Segment 045: “What is the cause of eligibility for Karma, and what is the cause of eligibility for Bhakti?  What is meant by ‘nature, birth, and other practical causes’ that make one suitable for a particular type of work; are these sources of eligibility?”

Segment 046: “What is meant by faith in the Absolute Truth?  What if some people have developed faith in the Scriptures; although their natures are not elevated?  Are such people also eligible for Bhakti?”

Segment 047: ," What if one does not accept the authority of Srimad-Bhagavatam?" Part 1."

Segment 048:  "What if one does not accept the authority of Srimad-Bhagavatam?" Part 2."

Segment 049:  "How does Sraddha (Faith) develop?  Muslims/Jews/Christians, do not perform Sat-Karma, so how can they be eligible for Bhakti?

Segment 050: "Please explain clearly what you mean by Bhakta-sanga (association with devotees), and Bhakti-kriya-sanga (contact with acts of devotion).  From what type of Sukrti do these arise?"

Segment 051: "Does this mean that Nitya-sukrti comes about by chance?  What is the circumstance by which the Jiva first entered the cycle of Karma?

Segment 052: Chapter 6, “Is There no difference between an Aryan and a Yavana?”

+Segment 53: “What is meant by a Vyavaharika difference between Aryans and Yavanas?”

Segment 054: “Then how can there possibly be no cifference between Aryans and Yavanas from the Absolute point of view?"

Segment 055: “How can Rrice, Bbeans, Fruit, Milk, Nuts, & Vegetables be Spiritual?"

Segment 056: “What is the proper vehavior between the Yavanas and Vaisnavas?"

Segment 057: “ Can You Eat Food, Drink Water, & other such actitities with a Yavana who Has truly become a Vaisnava?”

Segment 058: “Then why is it that Yavana Vaisnavas are not permitted to worship & werve the Deities in the Vainava Temples?”

Segment 059: “Sudras are not eligible to study the Vedas, so can a Sudra study the Vedas when he becomes a Vaisnava?”

Segment 060: “Then do you people conclude that the Vedas that promote tattva teach only vaisnava-dharma and no other religion?

 

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Chapter "Seven" Nitya-dharma & Material Existence
 
Chapters "Seven" Audio (Work in Progress)

 

Chapter Seven is a series of questions & inquiries, that Bhaktivinoda Thakura answers.  The specific questions & inquires, are numbered and listed after each Segment Number.   

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Segment 061:

  1. Question: “My humble prayer is that you will be merciful to me, and clearly explain what is this material existence?”
  2. Question: “The conceptions of ‘I’ and ‘mine’ are active in the conditioned state, but do they also exist in the liberated state?”
  3. Question: “Then what is the defect in the different conceptions of ‘I’ and ‘mine’ that exist in the conditioned state?”
  4. Question: “Is this deceptive material existence false?”
  5. Question: “Why have we fallen into this illusory relationship?”
  6. Question: “Why is it that our true identity does not become manifest despite significant endeavor?”
  7. Question: “There are two types of endeavor: “appropriate and inappropriate. Appropriate endeavors will certainly dissipate false egoism, but how can inappropriate endeavors do so?”
  8. Question: “What are inappropriate endeavors?”
  9. Question: “Why are these endeavors inappropriate?”

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Segment 062:

  1. Question: “What are appropriate endeavors?”

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Segment 063:

  1. Question: : “The sadhus who are present in this world, and whom they are also oppressed by the miseries of material existence, so how is it that they can deliver other jivas?”
  2. Question: “The Bhagavatam slokas which you just quoted refer to four categories of people who possess spiritual insight. Out of these four, which type of association is considered sadhu-sanga?”
  3. Question: “You have explained that bhaktas live in two conditions. Kindly explain this clearly so that people like myself, who have limited intelligence, may understand easily?”
  4. Questions: “Please describe the nature of the grhastha-bhaktas’ relationship with this world?”

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Chapter 7 Segment 065:

  1. Question: “Grhastha Vaisnavas are obliged to remain under the jurisdiction of smarta-brahmanas, otherwise they will have to suffer much harassment in society. Under such circumstances, how can they practice suddha-bhakti?”
  2. Question: “If grhastha-bhaktas are so highly respected and dear to everyone, why do some of them renounce household life?”
  3. Question: “Kindly explain how one becomes eligible to renounce household life?”
  4. Question: “What are the symptoms of a bhakta who is eligible to give up household life?”

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Segment 066:

  1. Question: “These days, young men often renounce household life and adopt the dress of the renounced order. They establish a place for sadhus to congregate, and begin to worship the Deity of the Lord. After some time, they fall into association with women again, but do not give up chanting hari-nama. They maintain their hermitage by collecting alms from many places. Are such men tyagis or grhastha-bhaktas?”
  2. Question: “What is real renunciation and what is false renunciation?”
  3. Question: “Does a bhakta who has given up household life need to adopt the external dress of a renunciant
  4. Question: “What is the purpose of being identified by the signs of the renounced order?”
  5. Question: “From whom should one accept the renounced order?”
  6. Question: “What criteria should a guru use to offer initiation into the renounced order?”
  7. Now I see that it is no light matter to accept the renounced order; it is a serious undertaking. Unqualified gurus are turning this practice into a common affair. It has only just begun, and there is no telling where it will end.

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Segment 067:

  1. Question: "Is it proper to construct a monastery and establish the worship of a Deity after one has entered the renounced order?”
  2. Question: “What do you call renunciants who set up a monastery and then live like householders?”
  3. Question: “Then are they no longer to be considered Vaisnavas?”
  4. Question: “How can one say that they have given up Vaisnavism, as long as they do not give up the chanting of hari-nama?”
  5. Question: “Then is the domestic life of such people not to be considered Krishna-centered?”
  6. Question: “Is such a person inferior to a grhastha-bhakta?”
  7. Question: “Grhastha-bhaktas are situated under the rules and regulations of varnasrama-dharma. If a grhastha is excluded from varnasrama-dharma, is he

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Segment 068:

  • Question: “Do the sastras describe any system for accepting the renounced order?”

 

Chapter "Eight" Nitya-dharma & Vaisnava Behavior
 
Chapter Eight is a series of questions & inquiries, that Bhaktivinoda Thakura answers.  The specific questions & inquires, are numbered and listed after each Segment Number.   
 

Segment 069:

  1. Question: “I understand that vaisnava-dharma is eternal religion, and I would like to know in detail how one who has taken shelter of vaisnava-dharma should behave with others?”     
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Segment 070:

  1. Question: “What is a Vaisnava and what are the symptoms by which he can be recognized?”
  2. Question: “The philosophical outlook lodged in the heart of Mayavadis and proponents of other similar doctrines is that Bhagavan has no form and that the Deity which is worshiped is simply an imaginary icon.  Under such circumstances, how can there be any faith in the Deity?
  3. Question: “How should suddha-bhaktas behave towards such inimical people?”
  4. Question: “Some members of one’s own family may acquire a malicious nature as a result of their sinful activities from a previous life.  Should one abandon such people?”
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Segment 071:

  1. Question: “What is the behavior of uttama-bhaktas?”
  2. Question: “What are the Vedas, or sruti?”                                       
  3. Question: “To which category of Vaisnavas do you think I belong? Am I a kanistha or a madhyama Vaisnava? I am certainly not an uttama Vaisnava. I sincerely want to know my actual position.
  4. Question: “To which class of Vaisnava do I belong, and how should I behave?”

 

Segment 072:

  1. Question: “What are the primary and secondary characteristics of a kanistha-bhakta in regard to bhakti?”
  2. Question: “How can the kanistha Vaisnava be called a bhakta when he is contaminated with the faults of karma and jnana, and his heart is filled with desires for things other than bhakti?”
  3. Question: “When will he obtain bhakti?”    20
  4. Question: “Suddha-bhakti appears along with sambandha-jnana.  When is that knowledge awakened by which one becomes eligible for suddha-bhakti?”
  5. Question: “How long does that take?”
  6. Question: “What is the first result attained by past sukrti?”
  7. Question: “What is the progression that evolves from sadhu-sanga?”
  8. Question: “How does one attain sadhu-sanga”
  9. Question: “What are the stages of progress for a kanisthabhakta?”
  10. Question: “Why is it that many kanistha-bhaktas do not progress?”       
  11. Question: “When does that happen?”       
  12. Question: “Under what circumstances can his advancement be assured?”
  13. Question: “What is the nature of the kanistha-adhikari’s inclination towards sinful and pious activities?”
  14. Question: I have understood the situation of kanistha-adhikaris.  Now kindly describe the primary symptoms of the madhyama-adhikari bhaktas
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  1. Question: “What are the secondary symptoms of the madhyama-bhakta?”
  2. Question “Can he still commit sins or offenses?”
  3. Question: “Does the madhyama-bhakta have any trace of karma, jnana, or extraneous desires?”
  4. Question: “Do such bhaktas even desire to live, and if so, why?”
  5. Question: “However, why don’t they long for death?”       24
  6. Question: “What happiness can come from remaining in this gross material body?”
  7. Question: “When they die, will they not obtain their spiritual forms and identities by Krishna’s mercy?”
  8. Question: “I have understood the symptoms of the madhyama-adhikari.  Now, please tell me about the secondary symptoms of the uttama-adhikari.”          
  9. Question: “Is it possible that some uttama-adhikaris will live as householders?”
  10. Question: “If an uttama-adhikari bhakta is a grhastha, and a madhyama-adhikari bhakta is in the renounced order, how should they behave towards each other?
  11. Question:  “Should one bring many Vaisnavas together and hold festivals for distributing bhagavat-prasada?”
  12. Question: “A new caste has emerged in Baragachi consisting of people who refer to themselves as descendants of Vaisnavas.  Kanistha-adhikari householders invite them and feed them in the name of Vaisnava seva.  How is this to be viewed?”  
  13. Question: “Babaji: Have these descendants of Vaisnavas taken up suddhabhakti?”      
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Segment 074:

  1. Question: “Do the descendants of Vaisnavas deserve any special regard?”
  2. Question: “What if the descendant of a Vaisnava is only a worldly man?”
  3. Question: “How can one be free from pride?”
  4. Question: “It seems from this that one cannot be a Vaisnava without humility and compassion.”
  5. Question: “Then does Bhakti-devi depend on humility and compassion?”
  6. Question: “When I am so wretched and insignificant myself, how can I inflict punishment upon others?”
  7. Question: “How should a Vaisnava behave towards the followers of other religions?”
  8. Question: “Is it our duty to preach Vaisnava dharma or not?”

 

Chapter "Nine" to "Twenty-five"
Are Being Edited and Will be Posted Slowly but Surely by early 2023
"4" : In Vaikuntha Not Even the Leaves Fall “The Origin of the Jiva Controversy” By Satyanarayana Dasa, Edited by Kundali Dasa (1996) & Edited & Formated By Upendernath Dasa (2022)

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First Wave: Siddhanta
 

Setting the Scene: 

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Part-1: “This Book is the Result of Controversy.  In writing it We Were Advised to Downplay the Controversial Aspect”      

Part-2: “This Issue Will be Settled, if At All, in the Marketplace of Ideas”

Part-3: “The Above Letter Sets the Stage.  We Want Our Readers to Note Some of the Salient Features of This Letter”

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First Wave: Siddhanta

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Introduction

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CHAPTER ONE: “The Origin of the Jiva According to Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura”   

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Part-1: “In ISKCON, the Question of the Origin of the Jiva Has Come up Again and Again From the Very Beginning”  

Part-2: “When We Study the Writings of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura, We Find That Whereas Other Acaryas Previously Explained Anadi in Philosophical Terms he Explained it in a Novel Way”    

Part-3: “The Essence is That There are Three Types of Jivas”

Part-4: “A Class of “Weak” Jivas Exist to Enable the Lord, Who is Lilamaya, to Have the Full Range of Lila”     

Part-5: “If the Jiva had not Been Given Independence, What Would Have Been the Loss?”

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CHAPTER TWO: "More from the Teachings of Bhaktivinoda Thakura”

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CHAPTER THREE: “The Origin of the Jiva According to Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura Prabhupada”

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CHAPTER FOUR: “The Origin of the Jiva According to Srila Prabhupada”

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CHAPTER FIVE:  “Evidence From Other Acaryas, and From Sruti & Smrti”  

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CHAPTER SIX, “Srila Jiva Goswami, No One Falls from Vaikuntha”        

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CAPTER SEVEN, “Nitya-muktas Never Contact the Material Energy”..

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Second Wave: Reconciliation
Work in Progress
Third Wave: Objections
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Fourth Wave: Additional Evidence
Work in Progress 
Aspects of Vaisnava Theory & Practice
What happened to ISKCON, and “Why”; and how to “Not” let it Happen Again
By Kundali Dasa, 1996
Edited by Upendranath Dasa, 2022
"5" : Raising Our Spiritual Standards (RoSS)

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RoSS Chapters 1-4
 
Audio is Work in Progress
 

Introduction:

 

Segment I: “Notes to The Reader” Part 1

Segment II: "Notes to The Reader” Part 2

Segment III: “The Writings on This Site Have a Central Purpose; To Foster Independent Thinking in the Reader, Within the Framework of the Philosophy of Krishna Consciousness”

Segment IV: “Virtually all Institutions in ISKCON, Foster Dependency in Their Members” 

 

.Preface:

 

Part 1: "There Were Many Reservations About Writing and Presenting These Works.  In the End it Was Decided to Do It”

Part 2: "The Singular Purpose for Writing This Work is to Generate an Open Discussion About Issues Confronting Our Society”

 

Chapter 1: Delaying Gratification   

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Part 1: “Inability to Delay Gratification”

Part 2: “To Grow in Spirit, Both as Individuals and an Organization, We Must Develop the Sattvic Qualification of Being Able to Delay Gratification”

 

Chapter 2: Responsibility

 

Part 1: “The difference between a happy human being and a miserable one, is that the happy person has accepted that life is full of problems”

 Part 2: “There is Another Aspect to Sidestepping Responsibility”

Part 3: "Srila Prabhupada Exemplified the Vyavasayatmik

 

Chapter 3: Dedication to Truth

 

Part 1: “The More Clearly We See the Reality of the World, the Better Equipped We Are to Deal with the World”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada Was Never Afraid to Change a Plan or Schedule if New Information Came to His Attention”

Part 3: “A life of Accepting Responsibility for Problem-Solving Entails a Life of Dedication to the Truth, and a Life of Dedication to Truth Entails a Willingness to Constantly Redraw One's Maps”

 

.Chapter 4: Openness to Challenge

 

.Part 1: “Dedication to Reality Naturally Leads to Constant Self-Examination”

 Part 2: “Being Open to Challenge is a Healthy and Desirable Quality”.

RoSS Chapters 5-8
 

Chapter 5:  Truth-Sayers versus Preachers of Virtue

 
Part 1: “The Devil’s-Advocate Can Save the Group from Itself”

Part 2: “The Practice of Virtue is Meant to Have Us Deceive No One and Not Be Deceived by Anyone”

Part 3: “When Srila Prabhupada Says Nothing Should be Accepted Blindly, He is Telling us to be Hard-headed Realists”

 

Chapter 6: Incurable Optimism

 

Part 1: “Some May Say the Situation in ISKCON is Too Far Gone. The Society Cannot be Pulled Back from the Brink. We are Doomed to Accept Dysfunctional Dynamics or Go Away”

Part 2: “Keep in Mind That Tests of Courage are Opportunities to Rehearse in Preparation to Face the Ultimate Test of Courage, Death”  

6 Part 3: “ISKCON has Become Many Things Srila Prabhupada did not Want—Power-driven, Anti-intellectual, Bureaucratic, Authoritarian, Averse to Independent Thoughtfulness, Unethical, and Indifferent to Transgressions of Human Dignity—Thus Unattractive to Intelligent People”

 

Chapter 7: A Devotee is not Blind 

 

Part 1: “Our Philosophy is That a Spiritual Authority Removes Our Doubts with Logic and Reason and Ultimately with Philosophy, Sastra. This is the Path of Rational or Open-eyed Faith”

Part 2: “There Must be Some Blind Following, a Small Degree, for Exceptional Circumstances”

Part 3: “Unless A Vaisnava is Able to Discriminate, They Are To be Considered to be in the Neophyte Stage”

 

Chapter 8: Did Prabhupada Follow Blindly?

 

Part 1: “Sastra is Our Eyes, Srila Prabhupada Taught”

Part 2: “What Kind of Society Needs to Silence the Opposition? If They Truly Have all the Answers, They Should be Fearless of the Opposition”

Part 3: “Promoters of Guru, Guru, and Guru Instead of Guru, Sastra, and Sadhu; as Pramana, or of Blind Following Are Swindlers”

RoSS Chapters 9-12
 

Chapter 9: The Conscience of ISKCON "I"

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Part 1: “It is Critical and Valid That Critical Feedback be the Backbone of an Organization”   

Part 2: “The Basic Tenets of Krishna-consciousness, to Rise Above ‘The Three Modes of Nature’”

 Part 3: “If ISKCON executives Are Resistant to Brahminical Influence, it Has to be a Symptom of the Mode of Ignorance, Not Passion.”

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Chapter 10: The Conscience of ISKCON "II"

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Part 1: “A Body Serving as a Conscience for ISKCON Will be Highly Effective for Upholding the Purity and the Integrity of our Institution”

Part 2: “Anarthas Caused by Bhakti”    

Part 3: “Maya Can Exploit the ISKCON Society for Years and Years”

 

Chapter 11: The Conscience of ISKCON "III"

 

Part 1:  “How Bad Should a Problem be Before we Address it?  How Much of our House Must be on Fire Before we Begin to Fight It?”

Part 2: “The Sacrifice One Makes for the Sake of the Many”

Part 3: “Management Means the Mode of Passion. One Cannot Help But be Influenced by It”

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Chapter 12: Congeniality and The Three Modes

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Part 1:  “In an authoritarian System Groupthink is Practiced Instead of Collegiality”      

Part 2 : “We Have to Give Up the Association of Rajo-guna and Tamo-guna. Then There is Question of Progress. Otherwise, it is Simply a Bluff.”

Part 3: “The Crux of the Problem Facing Us Was a Loss of Fellowship Among Srila Prabhupada’s Disciples”

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Us Was a Loss of Fellowship Among Srila Prabhupada’s Disciples”.

RoSS Chapters 13-17
 

Chapter 13: Our Mission

 

.Part 1: “Krishna consciousness Movement is to Create a Class of Men Who Are Ideal, First-Class Men”   

Part 2: “Prabhupada's Vision is Not an Impossible Dream” 

Part 3: “How do We Decide Who is an Intellectual?”

Part 4: “Ultimately, Envy or Hate Can be Rationalized”

Part 5: “First-class Civilization is That Which Associates With the Modes of Goodness” 

 

Chapter 14: Dogma Verse Science

 

.Part 1: “Dogma Verses Science”

Part 2: “We Have Heard Repeatedly That This Path is a Science, But How Scientific Are We in Our Approach?”

Part 3: “In preaching Krishna Consciousness There Can be no Question of Compromise, But There is Tact”

Part 4: “The False Security of Running with the Herd”

Part 5: “We Should all Become Adept Philosopher-Scientists and Sift the Data Ourselves”

 

.Chapter 15: Censorship and Brahminical Society

 

.Part 1: “Censorship in the Form of Book Banning Without Adequate Dialogue is at Once Symptomatic of Four Negative Signs”

 Part 2: “Is ISKCON a Closed or an Open Society?”

Part 3: “With That Brief Definition, is ISKCON, in Srila Prabhupada’s Conception, intended to be a Closed or Open Society?”

Part 4: “According to Time, Place and Circumstance, There must be Latitude to Freely Discuss and Exchange Ideas”

Part 5: “What Does a Book Ban Implicitly and Explicitly Communicate to Us?”

Part 6: “What Sort of Societies Ban Books and Repress Free Speech?”

Part 7: “What About the Fate of Banned Books and Their Authors?”

Part 8: “Is There an Alternative to Banning Books?”.

 

Chapter 16: A Prediction

 

.Part 1: “Making a Prediction is Not Always a Mystical Affair”

Part 2: “Well, 1975 to 1996 (Now 2022), is a Good 20 (Now 47) Years, so Why Bring up the Unpleasant Past?”

Part 3: “We Should Orient Ourselves, to Attracting and Teaching the Best Quality Students”

 

.Chapter 17: Let's Make ISKCON All It Can Be.

 

.Part 1: “Review of Previous Chapters”

Part 2: “ Srila Prabhupada Has Given us Many, Many Guidelines and Advice for Leaders in His Books and Letters”

Part 3: “Ultimately, Our Mission is to Gring Out the Best in People, and Offer It for the Lord's Devotional Service. Let us Defy History and Avoid the Tragedy of all Great Religions”.

"6" : Verities of Dysfunctional Experience (VoDE)

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VoDE Chapters 1-4
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Introduction: 
 

Part 1: “What is Sadhu and What is Truth” 

Part 2: “It is irrational to damn the source of an utterance rather than judge a thing on its merit”

Part 3: “When advancement of knowledge is applied in the servi+

 
Preface: 
 

Part 1: “I have come to appreciate that the situation in our society is far worse than I thought when I wrote Our Mission (Raising our Spiritual Standards)”

Part 2: “I reject, categorically, all manifestations and permutations of bullying and intimidation”.

 
Chapter 01: The Healing Process
 

Part 1: “Neurosis is always a substitute for legitimate suffering”

Part 2: “My purpose is not to make ISKCON more pain free, but to assist the individual and thus the group organism to be healthier, happier, and more vitally alive”

 
Chapter 02: “Why Emphasize Dynamics?”
 

Part 1: “Studies prove that our childhood experiences influence us throughout life and Krishna consciousness supports this finding”

Part 2: “Authoritarianism makes our society unattractive and unlivable for member who realize that they are getting mentally hobbled by the dynamics”

Part 3: “Enlightened leadership welomes observations or suggestions from senior members of the society by soberly and empathetically hearing, considering, then investigating if necessary”

 
Chapter 03: Dysfunctional Authority; A Study
 

Part 1: “Our society has already proven itself prone to many forms of human flaws, from abuse of authority, to child abuse, to embezzling money, to highly placed leaders getting side-tracked, to murder and more”

Part 2: “Philip Zimbardo interest in determining the cause of the dehumanization that is so prevalent in prisons.”

Part 3: “The happenings within the mock prison were so unpleasant and potentially so dangerous that the entire experiment had to be brought to a premature end after six days rather than the scheduled fourteen”  

Part 4: “We have had in our society men who blatantly display virtually no Vaisnava symptoms in that they were impersonal, ruthless, political, duplicitous, and crazy-making to associate with and to serve”

 
Chapter 04: On Pondering Zimbardo's Hell
 

Part 1: “Turning to the numbered points in the previous chapter we shall see how they have parallels within our everyday ISKCON”

Part 2: “We use the philosophy to opiate our intelligence”

Part 3: “The Peter Principle states that in any organization the tendency is for people to get promoted to the level of their incompetence”

Part 4: “The sad truth is that now the GBC hat is confused with the guru hat and the leaders think themselves absolute”

Part 5: “Unfortunately, our leaders are not in touch enough to pick up on the signs of depression on the faces of the devotees”

Part 06: “It only takes a few rotten people to create a rotten experience for scores of others”

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Chapter 05: Dysfunctional Obedience; A Study

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Part 01: “Obedience is a principle integral to military, social, and spiritual discipline. Yet in all cases it happens that conflict arises in the relationship between authority figures and their subordinates”

Part 02: “Here begins the response to the numbered sections above”

Part 3: “One must hear submissively from the spiritual master, “but one must also get a clear understanding from him. This means blind following is out of the question”

Part 4: “Most hierarchical setups reward personnel for blind obedience--being yes-men--as opposed to open-eyed obedience or competence”

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Chapter 06: Alienation as Self-Estrangement

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Part 1: “The biggest danger, that of losing oneself, can pass off in the world as quietly as if it were nothing”

Part 2: “When one acts in the jurisdiction of the “institution” (as a “surrendered soul”), then one tends not to take responsibility for one's actions”

Part3: “If we mistakenly seek to be disempowered, considering it the real thing, then our every act of worship is another step on the path of alienation”

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Chapter 07: Alienation Via Our Irrational Strivings

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Part 1: “When we mistakenly think that the genuine experience of Krishna consciousness makes us powerless, we have entered the realm of self-estranged beings”

Part 2: “Alienation also happens in relationship to oneself, when one is subject to irrational passions”

Part 3: “The person bent on possessing others in the name of Krishna consciousness is obviously “the mundane person in the dress of a Vaisnava.”

Part 4: “Another ploy by which we sidestep the responsibility to discriminate is by implying: 

Chapter 08: The Prime Symptoms of An Alienated Culture

VoDE Chapter 9-12
 
Chapter 09: Prabhupada's Answers to Alienation
 

Part 1: “Devotees need to know what Prabhupada's conception of structure, mood, and management was like. Then they can decide for themselves if what ISKCON is currently doing, is in line with his spirit and intent, or a sham”

Part 2: “It is clear that Srila Prabhupada  did not favor ‘ksatriya style’ management from his GBC men; their role is clearly brahminical. But where is such function going on after fifty years?"

 
Chapter 10: A Diagnosis of Dysfunctional Philosophizing      
 

Part 1: “Rather than Srila Prabhupada’s mission, the real mission becomes keeping power and the bureaucratic structure intact”

Part 2: “ISKCON is made up of people. For the leaders, the barometer of ISKCON's bodily and mental health is ascertained by the honest feedback they get from the devotees, especially the older more experienced devotees”

Part 3: “The Vedic system is that brahmanas are scholarly and insightful and the administrators consult them”

Part 4: “ISKCON is a society rife with problems of every variety and the rank and file devotee would like to see energy directed to solving them”

Part 5: “How can an “ordinary” devotee sift through all this verbiage from a leader in the movement who is fortified with titles such as guru, GBC and sannyasi?”

 
Chapter 11: A Further Diagnosis
 

Part 1: “We want to know if bureaucratic alienation has taken hold of ISKCON institutions”

Part 2: “Interesting. I wrote a whole book saying that everything is not perfect in ISKCON and it was the GBC executive body itself that gave ultimatums to punish me for speaking up, with no discussion and probably before reading the book”

 
Chapter 12: Causality Report: Victims Of Friendly Fire
 

Part 1: “The author of ‘Aspects of Vaisnava Theory & Practice”, is not alone in his perception of the society, in his analysis that ISKCON is a fully alienated bureaucratic organization, and his concern for its future”

Part 2: “It is not GBC approval that makes a devotee a qualified acarya. It is his sincere desire to please Srila Prabhupada and Krishna, and such an acarya does not have to be approved by anyone, he is self-effulgent”

Part 3: “There are devotees worldwide who care about and love ISKCON, whose resistance to alienation is strong; they are too attached to having a clear conscience, thus they cannot allow themselves to succumb to the crazy-making dysfunctional extremes that ISKCON has come to represent”

Part 4: “GBC officer Atreya Rsi, who got self-estranged and then caught himself, but too late to fit in once he woke up”

VoDE Chapter 13-16
 
Chapter 13: ISKCON, When It Went Wrong
 

Part 1: “We must preach. Our service to the parampara must go on. Free from doubt and delusion, we must perform welfare activities--teach people to distinguish between reality and illusion”

Part 2: “Returning now to the subject of “B” Swami, here was his account of incidents leading up to his case being made a global issue in the society back in 1985”      

Part 3: “Fanaticism as a disguise is easy to see through”

 
Chapter 14: He Cannot Make Any Comment, these are Facts
 

Part 1: “My aim is not to defend myself, for I have nothing to defend. I am practicing to live my life in the open and whoever wants to denigrate me is most welcome to have a go”

Part 2: “We are meant to distinguish reality from illusion for the benefit of all, as mandated in our scriptures, and the preacher is supposed to find the ways and means to communicate that”

Part 3: “One GBC man, no doubt fearing the repulsion of the majority of the body, said privately that ‘Every word of Kundali's book is true’” 

 
Chapter 15: An Knock’em Dead Lecture
 
Chapter 16: Listen, Little Prabhu
Afterword
"7" : Faith, the Analytical Mind, & The Uttama Adhikari (FtAM)
FtAM Chapters 1-4
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udio is Work in Progress
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Chapter 1: Sweet Tone and Other Considerations.   
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Part 1, “If I Become Involved in Someone's Likes and Dislikes, I Cannot Possibly Write the Simple Truth.”

Part 2, “We Have a Serious Problem. The Thing to do is Make a Stark Assessment of it, and Establish the Solution and Then Apply It”

Part 3, “Attacking Our Problem at its Root Means Drastic Changes for Those Who Have Vested Interest in Keeping the Way They Are”

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Chapter 2: “The Rude Truth. Who Are the People Who Need to Hear This Message?”

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 Chapter 3: The Simple Truth
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Part 1: “The People These Our Mission Books Are For, May Not be Born Yet”

Part 2: “We Must be Unhesitating to Shine the Candle of Enlightenment in all Directions”

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Chapter 4: The Duty of a Vaisnava Writer
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Part 1: “These Times Have Seen the Emergence of a New American Beed, the Truth-Teller as Hero”

Part 2: “Careful Analysis of the Vaisnava Character Reveals that a Hard-head and a Soft-heart is the Standard”

Part 3: “I Write Because I Believe in the Power of Open Debate to Sort Things Out, and to Make Things Better”

FtAM Chapters 5-8
 
Chapter 5: The Priceless Value of Criticism  .
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Part 1: “The Devil’s-Advocate Can Save the Group from Itself”

Part 2: “The Practice of Virtue is Meant to Have Us Deceive No One and Not Be Deceived by Anyone”

Part 3: “When Srila Prabhupada Says Nothing Should be Accepted Blindly, He is Telling us to be Hard-headed Realists”

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Chapter 6: Srila Prabhupada's Warning and The Lessons of History.
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.Part 1: “Dovetailing Sense Gratification”.  

Part 2: “Things Once Again Become Disordered”.    

Part 3: “Upeksa Means Neglect.”

Part 4: “We Should Discriminate More.”

Part 5: “Consolidation of Power.”

Part 6: “Blind Following, And Death of the Spirit.”

Part 7: "Krishna's Example: No Fear and Trembling.”

 Part 8: “No Stable Arrangement Has Yet Been Successful.”    

Part 9: “Be Must be Proactive.”

Part 10: “Mode of Goodness: Learning the Lessons of History"

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.Chapter 7: Authoritarian and Humanitarian Dynamics: “Symptoms of Authoritarianism and Cultish Dynamics in Our Society.”
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..Chapter 8: The Answers Lies Within
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.Part 1: “Srila Prabhupada warned us That the Greatest Threat to ISKCON is From Within.”

Part 2: “Deeply Buried Irrational Motivation is Never Obvious to the Individual Harboring It.”   

Part 3: “Authoritarian Dynamics Should be Questioned.”

Part 4: “It is Easier to Determine Our Condition Than We Realize.

FtAM Chapters 9-12
Work in Progress
FtAM Chapters 13-15
Work in Progress 
FtAM Chapters 16-20
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Work in Progress
"8 : The Heart of Reform (THoR)
Work in Progress
"9" : Treatise on "The Three Modes of Material Nature (MoMN)

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MoMN Chapters 1-4
 
Chapter 01: Why Study the Three Modes of Material Nature?   
 

Segment 01: Introduction to Why Study the Three Modes of Material Nature?   

Segment 02: Unwanted Creepers Part 1

Segment 03: Unwanted Creepers Part 2

Segment 04: Responsibility, This Is No Exaggeration.

Segment 05: Be a Victor Not a Victim.

 
Chapter 02: What Are The Three Modes?
 
 

Segment 06: Ignorance Is No Excuse

Segment 07: Putting This Knowledge to Work

Segment 08: Three Features of The Modes

Segment 09: Something Exceptional

Segment 10: The Danger of The Mode of Goodness

Segment 11: Accept What’s Favorable

 
Chapter 3: Which Mode Is Preferred?
 

Segment 12: Judge by The Results

Segment 13: But Devotees Are Above the Modes

Segment 14: Symptoms of One Above the Modes.

Segment 15: The Better Part of Valor

 

Chapter 4: Devotional Service In Knowledge Is Best

 

Segment 16: Introduction to Devotional Service In Knowledge Is Best

Segment 17: Do not Just Throw Yourself on The Track

Segment 18: We Should Always Take the Long View

Segment 19: Misconceptions About Love

Segment 20: Love Is Work (Service)

Segment 21: Sentimental Means Poor Discrimination

Segment 22: Bhakti-Yoga Is a Science

Segment 23: Mercy Abounds .          

Segment 24: The Only Qualification

Segment 25: Simply Become Bold for Krishna

Segment 26: Soft-Hearted Does Not Mean Mushy

Segment 27: Krishna Is All-Sweet

Segment 28: Discrimination: Seeing Through the Shastra

MoMN Chapters 5-8
 
Chapter 5: Freedom from the Modes or Pure Bhakti?

Segment 29: Symptoms of One Transcendentally Situated

Segment 30: First Be Free of The Modes

Segment 31: Do We Have a Choice?

Segment 32: Who Can Be Spiritual Master?

Segment 33: Who Can Be a Disciple?

Segment 34: A Word of Caution

Segment 35: Fanatic Disciples: What Mode Are They In?

Segment 36: The Accelerated Process

 
Chapter 6: Bhakti Mixed With The Three Modes Of Nature
 

Segment 37: A Popular Misconception

Segment 38: Mixed Devotional Service Is Not Good Enough

Segment 39: No Substitute For Pure Devotional Service

Segment 40: Dare to Discriminate?  But of Course

Segment 41: Dare to Question?  Why Not?

Segment 42: Become a Responsible Follower

Segment 43: What About the Mercy of The Lord?

Segment 44: Mixed Devotional Service

Segment 45: Bhakti in The Mode of Ignorance

Segment 46: Bhakti in The Mode of Passion

Segment 47: Bhakti in The Mode of Goodness

 
Chapter 7: Mixed Devotional Service
 

Segment 48: Introduction to Mixed Devotional Service

Segment 49: Fault-Finding Versus Discrimination

Segment 50: It is Not All About Getting Glory

Segment 51: A Devotee Is a Mahatma, Not a Duratma

Segment 52: The Varieties of Devotee Dealings

Segment 53: The Highest Principle

Segment 54: The Sentimental Paradigm

Segment 55: We Should Be Self-Critical

Segment 56: The Personal Ambition Syndrome

Segment 57: The Downline Syndrome

Segment 58: Killing a Sacred Cow

Segment 59: What Pleases Prabhupada Most

Segment 60: I am Doing This for Prabhupada

Segment 61: A Question of Loyalty  

Segment 62: New Vrindavana

MoMN Chapters 9-13
Work in Progress
MoMN Appendix A&B
Work in Progress 
F o r u m
Contributing Authors
Articles By Kundali Dasa
The Two Divisions of Maya. Article written by Kundali Dasa & Satyanarayana Dasa in 2009. On Srila Jiva Goswami’s Tattva Sandarbha Section 17-19. Edited and formatted by Upendranath Dasa 2022 09 16
"Is Bhakti a Science? 2004

 

Edited & Formatted by Upendranath-dasa. 2021 01 01.

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Segment 1: What is Bhakti? 

Segment 2: Objectivity/Subjectivity. 

Segment 3: Faith/Doubt.       

Segment 4: The True Basis of Reality.          

Segment 5: Matter is Not the True Basis of Reality, but Consciousness; and Consciousness Implies Being.           

Segment 6: How Does Bhakti Propose to do What Conventional Science Can Only Infer?        

Segment 7: Are the Laws of the Science of Bhakti Certain?           

Segment 8: Certainty/Uncertainty.

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Articles By Upendranath Dasa

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The Guru & Disciple Should Study Each Other Carefully Before Establishing a Relationship. 20222 09 14
 

Segment 1:  In Finding a Guru, We Cannot Say It Is a Science, If We Use Mystical and or Popularity Criteria, That the Neophyte Student Has No Ability to Verify

Segment 2: If the Guru Makes Himself or Herself Unavailable for Association.

Segment 3: The Process of Mutual Testing of the Spiritual Master and Disciple

Segment 4: The Spiritual Master Tests the Determination of the Candidate for Discipleship

Segment 5: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP). Part 1

Segment 6: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 2

Segment 7: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 3

Segment 8: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 4

Segment 9: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 5

Segment 10: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 6

Segment 11: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 7

Segment 12: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 8

Segment 13:  Final Commentary

 

The Two Divisions of Maya. Article written by Kundali Dasa & Satyanarayana Dasa in 2009. On Srila Jiva Goswami’s Tattva Sandarbha Section 17-19. Edited and formatted by Upendranath Dasa 2022 09 06
Srila Prabhupada 2022 Vyasa Puja Offering By Upendranath Dasaa 2022 08 20
 

Srila Prabhupada's 2022 Vyasa-puja Offering, By Upendranath Dasa

 
Analysis of Srila Prabhupada's “Direction of Management”, the DOM 2022 02 02
 

Segment 01: The DOM Part 1

Segment 02: The DOM Part 2

Segment 03: The DOM Part 3

Segment 04: Removal of Temple Presidents

Segment 05: Elections of GBCs

Segment 06: Srila Prabhupada on Relationship Between The GBC And Temple Management

Segment 07: Srila Prabhupada on Temple President Is Elected

Segment 08: Srila Prabhupada on Removal Of Temple President

Segment 09: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 1

Segment 10: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 2

Segment 11: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 3

Segment 12: Concluding Commentary Part 1

Segment 13: Concluding Commentary Part 2

Segment 14: Concluding Commentary Part 3 .

Authoritarian Dynamics in Religion, How Corruption Begins to Take Hold and Spread, 2022, 03 29
 

Segment 01: “The Tragedy of all Great Religions”

Segment 02: “Rationalization: The Counterfeit of Reason”

Segment 03: “Authoritarian Religion”

Segment 04: “Sheep Nature and Human Nature”

Segment 05: “The Double Standard”

Segment 06: “Sin and the Response to It”

Segment 07: “The Main Qualification for Getting Ahead”

Segment 08: “Humanitarian Religion”

Segment 09: “The True Heroes of the Human Race”

Segment 10: “A Social Order that Develops Reason; Varnasrama Society

Segment 11: “The Authoritarian/Masochistic Character”

Segment 12: “The Result”

Segment 13: “Conclusion”

Segment 14: “ISKCON Book Banning!  Are we Going to do the Needful?

Evil Doers, Wicked Persons, And Demons.2002 01 29
 

Part 1: “Free or Should I Say “Easy” Tickets to Vaikuntha?”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada Gave Many Warnings For Us to be Aware Of.”

Part 3:  “Hence, Some Questions Naturally Come to Mind.”

Part 4: “Let’s Look at the Definition of the Word’s “Evil” and “Wicked”.

Part 5: “What is More Evil or More Wicked?  Physical Life Mas Murder or Spritual Life Mas Murder?”

Saragrahi.org’s Specific Vision About Free Speech and Civility. (Website Editorial) 2022 01 29
 

Part 1: “I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend with my life< your right to say it.”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada has something to say about 'Blind Faith'” 

Part 3: “An author should not accept responsibility for others’ feelings.  An author should accept responsibility for his own feelings.  And an author should expect that on this site, others will do likewise

Part 4: “A Person of Integrity”.

"They Must be Completely Neglected" 2002 04 01
 

Part 1.     

Part 2.

Articles By Swami B.G. Narasingha
The Divinity of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Date Unknown.  Edited, & Reformatted by Upendranath dasa. 2022 01 29 .
 

Segment 01: A Note to the Reader. 

Segment 02: Objection 1

Segment 03: Refutation of Objection 1 References from Sastra which are from Sruti.

Segment 04: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 1. 

Segment 05: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 2.

Segment 06: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 3

Segment 07: Refutation of Objection 1 “References from the Other Scripture”   

 Segment 08: Refutation of Objection 1 “Ananta-Samhita”  

Segment 09: Refutation of Objection 2 “Some of the Scriptures That You Quote Have Never Been Heard Of”.  

 Segment 10: Refutation of Objection 3 “Many of your scriptural quotes are not to be found in the said books”    

 Segment 11: Refutation of Objection 4 “Those quotes that you use which can be found are conveniently interpreted by you to promote the cause of your own sect”    

Segment 12: Refutation of Objection 5   

Segment 13: Refutation of Objection 6, “It is the opinion of learned scholars such as Trivikrama Pandit-acarya that Madhva was the incarnation of Mukhya Prana (Vayu)”    

Segment 14: Objection 7.   

Segment 15: Refutation of Objection 7  

Segment 16: Objection 8  

Segment 17: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 1 

Segment 18: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 2 

Segment 19: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 3  

Segment 20: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 4  

 Segment 21: Conclusion.   

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All Contributions

Articles, Essays Papers or Comments. In Order of Date Posted (Descending)

The Guru & Disciple Should Study Each Other Carefully Before Establishing a Relationship. By Upendranath Dasa. 20222 09 14
 

Segment 1:  In Finding a Guru, We Cannot Say It Is a Science, If We Use Mystical and or Popularity Criteria, That the Neophyte Student Has No Ability to Verify

Segment 2: If the Guru Makes Himself or Herself Unavailable for Association.

Segment 3: The Process of Mutual Testing of the Spiritual Master and Disciple

Segment 4: The Spiritual Master Tests the Determination of the Candidate for Discipleship

Segment 5: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP). Part 1

Segment 6: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 2

Segment 7: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 3

Segment 8: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 4

Segment 9: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 5

Segment 10: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 6

Segment 11: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 7

Segment 12: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 8

Segment 13:  Final Commentary

The Two Divisions of Maya. Article written by Kundali Dasa & Satyanarayana Dasa in 2009. On Srila Jiva Goswami’s Tattva Sandarbha Section 17-19. Edited and formatted by Upendranath Dasa 2022 09 06
Srila Prabhupada's Vyasa-puja Offering By UpendranathDasa 2022 08 20

2022o-08-20 Srila Prabhupada's Vyasa-puja Offering By Upendranath Dasa

Authoritarian Dynamics in Religion, How Corruption Begins to Take Hold and Spread, By Upendranath Dasa (ACBSP) 2022, 03 29
 

Segment 01: “The Tragedy of all Great Religions”

Segment 02: “Rationalization: The Counterfeit of Reason”

Segment 03: “Authoritarian Religion”

Segment 04: “Sheep Nature and Human Nature”

Segment 05: “The Double Standard”

Segment 06: “Sin and the Response to It”

Segment 07: “The Main Qualification for Getting Ahead”

Segment 08: “Humanitarian Religion”

Segment 09: “The True Heroes of the Human Race”

Segment 10: “A Social Order that Develops Reason; Varnasrama Society”

Segment 11: “The Authoritarian/Masochistic Character”

Segment 12: “The Result”

Segment 13: “Conclusion”

Segment 14: “ISKCON Book Banning!  Are we Going to do the Needful?

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Analysis of Srila Prabhupada's “Direction of Management”, the DOM By Upendranath Dasa (ACBSP) 2022 02 02
 

Segment 01: The DOM Part 1

Segment 02: The DOM Part 2

Segment 03: The DOM Part 3

Segment 04: Removal of Temple Presidents

Segment 05: Elections of GBCs

Segment 06: Srila Prabhupada on Relationship Between The GBC And Temple Management

Segment 07: Srila Prabhupada on Temple President Is Elected

Segment 08: Srila Prabhupada on Removal Of Temple President

Segment 09: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 1

Segment 10: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 2

Segment 11: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 3

Segment 12: Concluding Commentary Part 1

Segment 13: Concluding Commentary Part 2

Segment 14: Concluding Commentary Part 3 .

 

Saragrahi.org’s Specific Vision About Free Speech and Civility. (Website Editorial) By Upendranath Dasa (ACBSP) 2022 01 29

 

Part 1: “I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend with my life< your right to say it.”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada has something to say about 'Blind Faith'” 

Part 3: “An author should not accept responsibility for others’ feelings.  An author should accept responsibility for his own feelings.  And an author should expect that on this site, others will do likewise”

Part 4: “A Person of Integrity”.

"Is Bhakti a Science?". By Kundali Dasa (ACBSP) , Vrindavana 2004. ."Is Bhakti a Science?". By Kundali Dasa, Vrindavana 2004. Edited & Formatted by Upendranath-dasa .2021 01 01
 

Segment 1: What is Bhakti? 

Segment 2: Objectivity/Subjectivity.

Segment 3: Faith/Doubt.       

Segment 4: The True Basis of Reality.  

Segment 5: Matter is Not the True Basis of Reality, but Consciousness; and Consciousness Implies Being          

Segment 6: How Does Bhakti Propose to do What Conventional Science Can Only Infer?

Segment 7: Are the Laws of the Science of Bhakti Certain?           

Segment 8: Certainty/Uncertainty.

"They Must be Completely Neglected" By Upendrananth Dasa (ACBSP) 2002 04 01
 

Part 1

Part 2.

Evil Doers, Wicked Persons, And Demons. By Upendranath Dasa (ACBSP) 2004 09 23

 

Part 1: “Free or Should I Say “Easy” Tickets to Vaikuntha?”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada Gave Many Warnings For Us to be Aware Of.”

Part 3:  “Hence, Some Questions Naturally Come to Mind.”

Part 4: “Let’s Look at the Definition of the Word’s “Evil” and “Wicked”.

Part 5: “What is More Evil or More Wicked?  Physical Life Mas Murder or Spritual Life Mas Murder?”

 

The Divinity of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, By Swami BG Narasringha (ACBSP)Date Unknown.

 

Segment 01: A Note to the Reader. 

Segment 02: Objection 1

Segment 03: Refutation of Objection 1 References from Sastra which are from Sruti.

Segment 04: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 1. 

Segment 05: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 2.

Segment 06: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 3

Segment 07: Refutation of Objection 1 “References from the Other Scripture”   

 Segment 08: Refutation of Objection 1 “Ananta-Samhita”  

Segment 09: Refutation of Objection 2 “Some of the Scriptures That You Quote Have Never Been Heard Of”.  

 Segment 10: Refutation of Objection 3 “Many of your scriptural quotes are not to be found in the said books”    

 Segment 11: Refutation of Objection 4 “Those quotes that you use which can be found are conveniently interpreted by you to promote the cause of your own sect”    

Segment 12: Refutation of Objection 5   

Segment 13: Refutation of Objection 6, “It is the opinion of learned scholars such as Trivikrama Pandit-acarya that Madhva was the incarnation of Mukhya Prana (Vayu)”    

Segment 14: Objection 7.   

Segment 15: Refutation of Objection 7  

Segment 16: Objection 8  

Segment 17: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 1 

Segment 18: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 2 

Segment 19: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 3  

Segment 20: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 4  

 Segment 21: Conclusion.   

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The Guru & Disciple Should Study Each Other Carefully Before Establishing a Relationship. By Upendranath Dasa. 20222 09 14
 

Segment 1:  In Finding a Guru, We Cannot Say It Is a Science, If We Use Mystical and or Popularity Criteria, That the Neophyte Student Has No Ability to Verify

Segment 2: If the Guru Makes Himself or Herself Unavailable for Association.

Segment 3: The Process of Mutual Testing of the Spiritual Master and Disciple

Segment 4: The Spiritual Master Tests the Determination of the Candidate for Discipleship

Segment 5: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP). Part 1

Segment 6: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 2

Segment 7: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 3

Segment 8: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 4

Segment 9: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 5

Segment 10: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 6

Segment 11: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 7

Segment 12: Not Accepting Unqualified Persons as Guru or Disciple, & The Story of Anonymous Prabhu, (AP).  Part 8

Segment 13:  Final Commentary

The Two Divisions of Maya. Article written by Kundali Dasa & Satyanarayana Dasa in 2009. On Srila Jiva Goswami’s Tattva Sandarbha Section 17-19. Edited and formatted by Upendranath Dasa 2022 09 06
Srila Prabhupada, Vyasa-puja Offering By Upendranasth Dasa 2022 08 20

 2022-08-20 Vyasa-puja Offering By Upendranatha Dasa

Saragrahi.org’s Specific Vision About Free Speech and Civility, By Upendranath Dasa 20220129
 

Part 1: “I may not agree with what you say, but I will defend with my life< your right to say it.”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada has something to say about 'Blind Faith'” 

Part 3: “An author should not accept responsibility for others’ feelings.  An author should accept responsibility for his own feelings.  And an author should expect that on this site, others will do likewise

Part 4: “A Person of Integrity”.

 
Is Bhakti a Science?. By Kundali Dasa 2004. (Edited 202200101
 

Segment 1: What is Bhakti? 

Segment 2: Objectivityl  Or Subjectivity.

Segment 3: Faith/Doubt.       

Segment 4: The True Basis of Reality.  

Segment 5: Matter is Not the True Basis of Reality, but Consciousness; and Consciousness Implies Being          

Segment 6: How Does Bhakti Propose to do What Conventional Science Can Only Infer?

Segment 7: Are the Laws of the Science of Bhakti Certain?           

Segment 8: Certainty/Uncertainty.

"They Must be Completely Neglected" By Upendrananth Dasa 20020401
Part 1.      Part 2
Analysis of Srila Prabhupada's “Direction of Management”, the DOM By Upendranath Dasa 20220202
 

.Segment 01: The DOM Part 1

Segment 02: The DOM Part 2

Segment 03: The DOM Part 3

Segment 04: Removal of Temple Presidents

Segment 05: Elections of GBCs

Segment 06: Srila Prabhupada on Relationship Between The GBC And Temple Management

Segment 07: Srila Prabhupada on Temple President Is Elected

Segment 08: Srila Prabhupada on Removal Of Temple President

Segment 09: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 1

Segment 10: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 2

Segment 11: Srila Prabhupada On Management In General, Part 3

Segment 12: Concluding Commentary Part 1

Segment 13: Concluding Commentary Part 2

Segment 14: Concluding Commentary Part 3 .

Evil Doers, Wicked Persons, And Demons. By Upendranath Dasa 20040923

 

Part 1: “Free or Should I Say “Easy” Tickets to Vaikuntha?”

Part 2: “Srila Prabhupada Gave Many Warnings For Us to be Aware Of.”

Part 3:  “Hence, Some Questions Naturally Come to Mind.”

Part 4: “Let’s Look at the Definition of the Word’s “Evil” and “Wicked”.

Part 5: “What is More Evil or More Wicked?  Physical Life Mas Murder or Spritual Life Mas Murder?”

The Divinity of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, By Swami BG NarasringhaDate Unknwn.
 
Edited, & Reformatted by Upendranath dasa.
2022 01 29 .
 

Segment 01: A Note to the Reader. 

Segment 02: Objection 1

Segment 03: Refutation of Objection 1 References from Sastra which are from Sruti.

Segment 04: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 1. 

Segment 05: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 2.

Segment 06: Refutation of Objection 1 References from the Puranas, Part 3

Segment 07: Refutation of Objection 1 “References from the Other Scripture”   

 Segment 08: Refutation of Objection 1 “Ananta-Samhita”  

Segment 09: Refutation of Objection 2 “Some of the Scriptures That You Quote Have Never Been Heard Of”.  

 Segment 10: Refutation of Objection 3 “Many of your scriptural quotes are not to be found in the said books”    

 Segment 11: Refutation of Objection 4 “Those quotes that you use which can be found are conveniently interpreted by you to promote the cause of your own sect”    

Segment 12: Refutation of Objection 5   

Segment 13: Refutation of Objection 6, “It is the opinion of learned scholars such as Trivikrama Pandit-acarya that Madhva was the incarnation of Mukhya Prana (Vayu)”    

Segment 14: Objection 7.   

Segment 15: Refutation of Objection 7  

Segment 16: Objection 8  

Segment 17: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 1 

Segment 18: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 2 

Segment 19: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 3  

Segment 20: Refutation of Objection 8, Part 4  

 Segment 21: Conclusion.   

Krishna Katha
Audio Versions of Books By Srila Prabhupada
 
Verses & Purports Unless Otherwise Indicated
 

Canto 1 “Creation” 

Canto 2 “The Cosmic Manifestation” 

Canto 3 “The Status Quo” 

Canto 4 “The Creation of the Fourth Order” 

Canto 5 “The Creative Impetus” 

Canto 6 “Prescribed Duties for Mankind” 

Canto 7 “The Science of God”: 

Canto 8 “Withdrawal of the Cosmic Creations”: 

Canto 9 “Liberation” ( Verses Only)  

 
Canto 10: “The Summum Bonum”
 

Part 1, Chapters 1-15    

Part 2, Chapter 16-30

Part 3, Chapter 31-45

Part 4, Chapter 46-60

Part 5, Chapter 61-75

Part 6 Chapter 75-90 

 

Caitanya-caritamrta: By Srila Krishna-dasa Kaviraja.

 
 
Verses Only With Music Read by Damodar Dasa:
 

Adi-Lila

 

Madhya-lila

.

Antya-lila

 

Verses Only, With Dramatization & Music by Amala Bhakta Dasa
 

Adi-lila  Chapter 2 and 13 are missing

 

Madhya-lila   Work in Progress

 

Antya-lila   Work in Progress

 
Verses & Purports Read by Damodar Dasa:
 

Adi-lila

 

Madhya-lila 

 

Antya-lila

 

 

 
TLC: Teaching of Lord Caitanya
 
 
BB&D: Beyond Birth & Death
 
EJTOP: Easy Journey to Other Planets
 
Audio Versions of Books by Past Acarayas: Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati’s Brahma-samhita: Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura’s Jaiva-dharma: Srila Vrindavana Dasa Thakura’s Caitanya-bhagavata; and Srila Sanatana Goswami’s Brhad-Bhagavatamrta
 
Brahma-samhita, By Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Prabhupada
.

 

“Brhad-Bhagavatamrta”, By Srila Sanatana Goswami
 

Part 1

Part 2: Chapters 1 – 3

Part 2: Chapters 4 – 5

 

Part 2: Chapters 6 – 7

 
 
“Caitanya-bhagavata”, By Srila Vrindavana Dasa Thakura
 

      Adi-lila

      Madhya-lila

      Antya-lila.

 

 
Jaiva-dharma“, By Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakur
 
Books By Past Acarayas : Srila Vyasa-deva’s Srimad Bhagavata Mahatmyam: Srila Jiva Goswami’s Tattva & Bhagavata Sandarbha’s: and Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura’s Madhurya Kadambini
Sri Tattva Sandarbha ofSrila Jiva Goswami Translations & Commentary By Satyanarayana Dasa, Vrindavana India 1992

 

Work in Progress, Coming in 2022-23

Sri Bhagavat-sandarbha of Sri Jiva Gosvami Prabhupada, Translations & Commentary by Satyanarayana Dasa & Kundali Dasa, Vrindavana India 1996

 

Work in Progress, Coming in 2022-23

Srimad Bhagavata Mahatmyam The Glories of Srimad Bhagavatam by Srila Vaäsadeva Translation & Commentary By Satyanarayana Dasa, Transcribed by Upendranath Dasa, Vrindavana India 1993

 

Work in Progress, Coming in 2022-23

Madhurya Kadambini by Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakur. Tranlated by Deena Bandhu Dasa, Vrindavana India 1996

 

Work in Progress, Coming in 2022-23

Kirtana Video Play List
Kirtana Audio Play List
Video Documentaries of Srila Prabhupada's  Mission in the Early 1970's
 

Video Documentaries of Srila Prabhupada's  Mission in the Early 1970's

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Website Contents "Downloads" i MS-Word & Pdf, Document Formats. In Addition, the pre-2003 Srila Prabhupada VedaBase Zip File with Easy Installation Instructions.
Downloads Content

MS-W = Microsoft Word Document

PDF = Pdf-Document

A Treatise, “Moving Forward”.  Making a “Case” for the Reconstitution of Srila Prabhupada’s “mission”

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase (With Installation Instructions)

Special Photos of Srila Prabhupada

” In Vaikuntha Not Even the Leaves Fall ” or The Origin of the Jiva Controversy

Srila Prabhupada’s Antya Lila, Prologue & 81

What is the Eternal & Constitutional Function of the Jiva/?”: Introduction, Chapters 1 – 8

Aspects of Vaisnava Theory & Practice

Raising Our Spiritual Standards

Varieties Of Dysfunctional Experience

Faith, the Analytical Mind, & the Uttama Adhikari

A Treatise on the Three Modes of Material Nature

“Science Wars” In Search for the Ultimate Scientific Instrument Part 1.

“Science Wars” In Search for the Ultimate Scientific Instrument Part 2

“Science Wars” In Search for the Ultimate Scientific Instrument Part 3.

Special , Never Before Published, Photos of His Divine Grace, A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, Taken by Upendranath Dasa at the Juhu Beach Property, in 1974