• Chaitanya Movement | History
    What follows below and in the following attached pages – is a treatise on the History of this Chaitanya Movement – from its beginnings – in 16th century Bengal – when Chaitanya Mahāprabhu lived – up to the 1925 – when Prabhupāda Bhaktivedanta – was still a young and learning men, but didn’t create new religious organizations and teachings, as of yet... written by a third party – uninterested but...
Category: MANTRA, TEXT

Śrī Jagannāthāṣṭakam Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu Issued from the mouth of Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu The only 8 authentic verses known as written down from...

Category: TEXT

Śrī Gauḍīya Kaṇṭhahāra ("The Necklace of the Gauḍīya Bhaktas") – this is a very important and authoritative work in the tradition of Gauḍīya...

Category: GURU

*/ Murāri Gupta (fl. 16th century) was a noted Bengali Vaishnava poet, a contemporary and close disciple of Śrī Kṛṣṇa Caitanya , also known as...

Śrī Kṛṣṇa Caitanya | Gaudiya Vaishnavism
 
  • Śrī Bhakti-Rasamrita-Sindhu

    This is the work of Rūpa-Gosvāmī (1489–1564) we know as Śrī Bhakti-Rasāmṛta-Sindhu, a fundamental work on Devotional service, Bhakti, it’s inner meanings, psychology, degrees of transformed Consciousness and things favourable to this perfection of consciousness from average...

  • Nārada Bhakti Sūtra

    Nārada Bhakti Sūtras is a traditional Hindu text dedicated to bhakti yoga – the pure, selfless love and devotional service to God. It is written around year 1000 and described to rishi Narada – the eternal sage and devotee of God. Bhakti sutras consist of 84 aphorisms that...

  • Caitanya Philosophy A-Cintya-Bhedābheda

    Caitanya's philosophy is mainly based on Daśa-mūla-śloka (the ten basic verses) ascribed by the Gaudīya (Bengal) Vaiṣṇavas to Caitanya himself.The relation between the Lord’s essence or sva-rūpa and His manifold powers is one of unthinkable difference-in-non-difference or A-...

  • Madhva Acharya and Dvaita Vedanta

    Madhva and his Works, —The philosophy of Brahman (Brahma-Mimāṅsā) expounded by Madhva is popularly called Dvaita. Madhva (1199–1278) was born near Udipi. His social environment was moulded by the general tenets of this philosophy. Scholars studied this philosophy with great...

  • Isha Upanishad | Isopanisad

    Īśa Upanishad derives its title from the opening words “Īśa- Vāsya, “God-covered.” The use of Īśa (Lord)—a more personal name of the Supreme Being than Brahman, Ātman or Self, the names usually found in the Upanishads - constitutes one of its peculiarities. It forms the closing...