Radhanath Swami Glorifies Narahari Sarakar

Narahari Sarkar's residence at Srikhanda

The residence of Narahari Sarkar at Srikhanda

  Navadvip was the high seat of learning for the Holy Scriptures in all of India. In fact, Nisikanta Sanyal in his book ‘Sri Krishna Chaitanya’, he describes Navadvip in terms of India in 1930s. He said, “It was the Oxford of India for Vedic studies.”So Narahari Sarakar, living in …

Radhanath Swami on Dassera

Vijaya dashami

Today being Vijaya Dashmi or Dashera is a very special meditation as well as celebration. The great sages have established these festivals according to historical pastimes of the Lord and his devotees. Vijaya Dashmi is historical and symbolic simultaneously. Historically, it is actually on this day that the Supreme Personality …

Radhanath Swami glorifies Raghunath Das Goswami

Raghunatha-Dasa-Goswami

“Even the great author Srila Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami considers himself unable and practically speechless to explain the glories of Srila Raghunath Das Goswami.” – Radhanath Swami   Radhanath Swami describes the childhood and marriage of Raghunath Das Goswami Srila Raghunath Das Goswami was born in a village of the name …

Radhanath Swami Glorifies Jiva Goswami

Nityananda Prabhu and Jiva Goswami

“Jiva Goswami wrote twenty five books on Vaisnav philosophy and eternal pastimes of Radha and Krishna. He composed over 400,000 verses in perfect rhythmic Sanskrit. His divine grace Srila Prabhupad explained that of all philosophers in the world, Jiva Goswami is foremost.” – Radhanath Swami Radhanath Swami describes Jiva Goswami’s …

Radhanath Swami Glorifies Thakur Bhaktivinod

Bhaktivinoda Thakur

“Mahabharata tells us:  Mahajana yena gata sapanta. The process of bhakti is very much depending on our eagerness to follow in the footsteps of the great souls.” – Radhanath Swami Actually, association with great sadhus gives such faith, because at the beginning stages as a neophyte devotee, so much of …

Radhanath Swami glorifies Vamanadev

Vamana-dev

One day Durvasa Muni was walking along the pathway of the road and he happened to see Indra passing by on his mighty elephant. Durvasa Muni was walking barefoot and Indra was riding on his elephant. But that’s proper, because one is the king and one is the sadhu. But …