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Sri Ananta Dasa Babaji Maharaja

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Catalogue of Publications

Madhurya Kadambini -
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The following is a list of the current publications of Sri Krishna Chaitanya Shastra Mandir in English. For a catalog of Bengali and Hindi publications, please click here (PDF). Samples of most publications have been included, available in PDF-format by clicking on the link at the end of the title description.

Madhurya Kadambini

Madhurya Kadambini Among Srila Vishwanath Chakravarti Thakur's most memorable works, the Madhurya Kadambini instructs us in the ways of bhakti yoga, mercifully infusing life into our devotional practice. In this elaborate explanation of Sri Rupa Goswami's adau sraddha verse, he details the devotee's progress from the beginnings of faith to the glorious attainment of prema, doing so in a clever, playful, and easily accessible manner. By studying these teachings, the mind of the sadhaka will enter the honey sweet kingdom of Vrindavan rasa, where it will relish the incomparable treasure of Sri Sri Radha Madhava's loving pastimes. Of this there can be no doubt!
(362 pages, softbound) ⋅ Free shipping world-wide!

Raga Vartma Candrika

Raga Vartma Candrika This title was composed by Srila Visvanatha Cakravartipada to teach the society of devotees the authentic means of attaining prema-bhakti akin to that of the eternal associates of Sri Krishna in the divine realm of Vraja. In its first chapter, the author examines in depth the various aspects of the practice of raganuga bhakti sadhana, while the second chapter describes the theology of God's simultaneous sweetness and prowess, also revealing the ultimate perfection a sincere sadhaka will come to attain.
(148 pages, hardbound)
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Rasa Darshan - The Philosophy of Divine Sentiments

Rasa Darshan Rasa-tattva, the philosophy of divine sentiments, is the zenith of all theology, illuminating the essential principles of love at work in the pastimes of Radha and Krishna. The deep mystery of rasa is easily accessible through Sri Ananta Das Babaji Maharaja's brilliant work exploring both the principles of classical rasa-theory as well as Sri Rupa Goswami's exposition of rasa in the devotional context of Vraja-lila. Has the topic of rasa ever been as clearly and concisely presented before?
(148 pages, softbound)

Sri-Sri Siksastakam

Sri-Sri Siksastakam This title is the only literary work of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, revealed during His final twelve years in Jagannatha Puri. The eight verses of Sri Siksastakam practically illustrate the meaning of pure love, revealing the inner feelings of Sriman Mahaprabhu. His prayers illustrate the entire scala of spiritual emotions from humility to intense separation, rejoice, longing and lamentation – endless waves swelling in the deep ocean of His mahabhava. These teachings are the essence of all instructions.
(158 pages, hardbound)
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Sri Guru Tattva Vijnana & Sri Bhakta Tattva Vijnana

Sri Guru Tattva Vijnana & Sri Bhakta Tattva Vijnana Sri Guru Tattva Vijnana examines the theology of guru-tattva, presenting the qualifications of a genuine spiritual master, the necessity and purpose of initiation, the duties of a disciple and the rejection of a disqualified guru.
Sri Bhakta Tattva Vijnana examines the characteristics of the various classes of devotees of the Lord, the proper behavior to be adopted towards them, the paramount necessity of associating with devotees and the glory of their service.
(76 pages, softbound)
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The Glory and Heritage of Sri Radha-kunda

The Glory and Heritage of Sri Radha-kunda Sri Radha-kunda, praised as the best of Sri Krishna's pastime-places, overflows with ambrosial love. A central place of pilgrimage for Gaudiya Vaishnavas, this sacred place is rich in her glory and heritage. This work by Sri Ananta Das Babaji Maharaja, the current Mahanta of Radha-kunda and the 34th representative of the chair of Srila Raghunath Das Goswami, sheds light on the philosophical truths surrounding the holy abode and reveals a wealth of information on her history.
(128 pages, softbound)

In addition to the abovementioned titles, some unpublished works are available as photocopied manuscripts. To view the catalogue of books yet to be printed, click here.

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