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The Teachings of Lord Chaitanya is a practical demonstration of the teachings of Lord Krishna, who at the end of the Bhagavad Gita, says that everyone should surrender unto Him, the supreme personality of Godhead. Lord Chaitanya therefore teaches us directly, that one has to worship Lord Krishna, because He is the absolute truth, and there is no difference between His name, quality, form, and pastimes. His teachings will help human society have a new light on spiritual life, opening the field activities of the pure soul
Classic original edition. The Teachings of Lord Caitanya narrates the life and teachings of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu who appeared in West Bengal, India in 1486 and spread love of Lord Sri Krishna all over India. Later, His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhuapda brought the same message to the Western world.
Contents: The Author, Preface, THE LIFE OF CHAITANYA MAHAPRABHU, Lord Chaitanya's Mission, Introduction, Teachings to Rupa Goswami, Sanatan Goswami, Teachings to Sanatan Goswami, The Wise Man, How to Approach God, His Forms are One and the Same, Unlimited Forms of Godhead, The Avataras, The Beauty of Krishna, Service to the Lord, The Devotee, Devotional Service in Attachment, The Ecstasy of the Lord and His Devotees, Explanation of the Atmarama, Verse in Srimad Bhagwatam, Conclusion of Teachings to Sanatan Goswami, Lord Chaitanya, The Original Personality of Godhead, The Conversations With Prakasananda, The Goal of Vedanta Study, The Mayavadi Philosophers Are Converted, Further Talks With Prakasananda, The Srimad Bhagwatam, Why Study the Vedanta Sutra?, Talks with Sarvabhauma Battacharya, Personal and Impersonal Realizations, Bhattacharya Is Converted, Lord Chaitanya and Ramananda Roy, Relationship with the Supreme Lord, The Transcendental Pastimes Of Radha and Krishna, Pure Love For Krishna, The Supreme Perfection, Conclusion.
Original 1968 Edition, Reprint 2016, Krishna Books Inc.(KBI)
Author: His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Format: Hard Cover, 5.25" x 7.75"
Pages: 330 with 32 Color Plates and Illustrations
ISBNs : 978-1-60-293002-5 9781602930025 1602930023 1-602930-02-3
Library of Congress Catalogue Card Number: 68-29320
Shipping Weight: 450 grams
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