The play of the Sweet Absolute as described in Śrī Śrī Dāmodarāṣṭakam. The Pastime of Mother Yaśodā’s binding Kṛṣṇa took place today on Dīpāvalī (Śrī Sārārtha-darśinī: 10.9.1).
Śrīla Gurudev’s poem describing the descending grace of Śrī Guru and Śrī Gaurāṅga.
Śrīla Gurudev describes the glory of the Lord’s eternal servants. 17 October 1993.
Śrīla Gurudev explains the second verse of Śrī Śrī Prapanna-jīvanāmṛta. Spoken 7 June 1993.
Śrīla Gurudev glorifies the songs of Śrīla Bhakti Vinod Ṭhākur. Spoken 23 January 1993 in Malaysia.
Śrīla Gurudev summarises the departure of Śrīla Haridās Ṭhākur. (9 September 2003. Śrī Govardhan Dhām, India)
Śrīla B.S. Govinda Mahārāj speaks on the need for harmonious dealings between different groups and missions within Krishna consciousness.
It is truth, but everywhere there is two things, everywhere is two things; there is Dhām-aparādh and Nām-aparādh, will go behind us, then we avoid that, and can stay and chant, and other place it is quite different, chanting in other place than Dhām
Śrīla Gurudev’s tribute to Śrīpād Ajita Kṛṣṇa Das Brahmachārī Sevā Saurabh. The following is a Sanskrit poem published as a dedication at the beginning of the Bengali edition of Śrī Śrī Prema-dhāma-deva-stotram.
Śrīla Gurudev explains the defining characteristic of the Sweet Absolute. Spoken on 5 May 1996.
Śrīla Gurudev explains a mystery within the Śikṣāṣṭakam.
Śrīla Gurudev recounts the glory of Nitāi and Gaurāṅga.
Śrīla Bhakti Sundar Govinda Dev-Goswāmī Mahārāj explains the general attitude of a progressive practitioner. Spoken 5 May 1996.
Translated from the original Bengali published in Sri Gaudiya Darshan, Volume 1, Issue 2, Friday, 16 September 1955.
Śrīla Gurudev marvels at the expanding glory of Śrī Chaitanya Sāraswat Maṭh.
Śrīla Gurudev advises the devotees to study the ten offences to the Holy Dhām, prior to Śrī Nabadwīp Dhām Parikramā, March 2008.
Śrīla Gurudev shows the highest development of śaraṇāgati. Spoken 2 April 1991.
A series of questions and answers with Śrīla Gurudev about chanting Śrī Hari-nām.