Sri srimad bhaktivedanta narayana gosvami maharaja
Quote by Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja: “. If there is a picture on the wall of a room, ...”
Maharaja, Sri Srimad Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami
Sri Srimad Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja took his divine birth in the year in the village of Tewaripur near the bank of the sacred Ganges River in the state of Bihar, India. His birth name was Sriman Narayana Tiwari. Being born in a very religious family of Vedic priests, from childhood he had the opportunity to regularly attend kirtans and spiritual discourses. From that first meeting he took shelter of his Gurudeva, who gave him the name Sri Gaura Narayana brahmacari. Srila Maharaja was requested by his Gurudeva to translate the books of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura a contemporary master in the Vaisnava tradition from Bengali into his native language, Hindi. These books, as well as his translations and commentaries of the books of other prominent acaryas in the lineage are presently being translated into English and other languages by his followers and students.
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Today is Christmas Day, the birthday of Jesus Christ., Sri Srimad Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja took his divine birth in the year in the village of Tewaripur near the bank of the sacred Ganges River in the state of Bihar, India. His birth name was Sriman Narayana Tiwari.
Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja Book Archive. As one of the nava-laksana, the nine processes of devotional service, it refers to worshipping the Deity form of the Lord. Arcana Dipika teaches us how this service is performed and how to please the Lord through this process of worship. Bhaktivedanta Svami Maharaja the process of Deity worship, which is the authentic method of approaching Sri Bhagavan, has been successfully introduced to the entire world. He has collected into the form of a book several confidential hints from his own method of bhajana to guide sincere sadhakas who are performing bhajana under his direction. Some years ago, this destitute person observed him performing bhajana.
Srila Narayana Maharaja was born in a village named Tewaripur located near the bank of the sacred Ganges river in Bihar, India. The area was renowned for being the place where Lord Ramacandra and Visvamitra Muni came and killed the Taraka demon. He was born on the Amavasya new moon day 7th February, , into a very religious Trivedi brahmana family. Throughout his childhood he had many opportunities to regularly accompany his father when he would go to attend kirtana and pravachan assemblies. He had traveled there from his village after meeting a disciple of Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura named Srila Narottamananda Brahmacari, who was touring and preaching the message of Sri Caitanyadeva in the area. After initial discussions with this devotee, he was convinced of the paramount position of the philosophy given by the acaryas in the line of Srila Rupa Gosvami Prabhupada, and within days he left home to join the mission of his spiritual master and surrender his life. When he arrived in Sri Navadvipa Dhama, the annual parikrama was under way and he joined with the group.
The GBC have preached for many years that everyone must have a "living, physically present Guru" or anyone but Srila Prabhupada , and now they are reaping their reward. Narayana Maharaja likes to portray himself as a mere humble servant of Srila Prabhupada, who simply wants to bring everyone to Srila Prabhupada through a deeper appreciation of his mission and teachings:. In this article we shall use Narayana Maharaja's own words to see if he is bringing us closer to Srila Prabhupada. In pursuance of the above stated aim to replace Srila Prabhupada, Narayana Maharaja has urged his followers to distribute HIS books in preference to those of Srila Prabhupada:. Clearly the above goal of trying to match Srila Prabhupada can only be achieved if Narayana Maharaja's books alone are being distributed by his followers, and that is generally what is happening. To create the demand for his services, Narayana Maharaja claims that there is much spiritual knowledge that Srila Prabhupada failed to give, so that he can claim he has come to fill this gap:.