• About memories and recollections concerning krishna-katha and Krishna’s devotees.
  • The importance of hearing about the lives and glories of previous acharyas.
  • The importance of guru-seva and vaishnava-seva.
  • Most of the Bhagavatam is about the glories of the pure devotees of Krishna, such as Prahlada, Dhruva, Ambarisa Maharaja, and even the gopis, who are pure devotees of the Lord.
  • The difference between listening to krishna-katha and bhagavata-katha.
  • How does one surrender to the Lord?
  • Bhagavad-gita, man mana bhava and sarva dharman verses.
  • Krishna appears as Mahaprabhu – His speciality.
  • Guru-rupa-sakhi now plays the role of an ordinary sadhaka.
  • The sadhaka form and the siddha form.
  • The beautiful story of the elephant who was about to drown.
  • The function (duty) of the Paramatma.
  • The meaning of Srimati Radhika’s lotus in the story of the elephant.
  • The duty of the guru.
  • Narottama dasa Thakura’s song, Sunniaci sadhu muki.
  • Srimati Radhika is Kunjesvari.
  • Radha’s kuñja.
  • Who made Radha’s beautiful soft bed?
  • The Katha of Prema-bhakti-candrika, by Narottama dasa Thakura.
  • Song Radha Krishna Prana Mora.
  • Ratna-vedi, the seat (throne) of Radha and Krishna in Govardhana.
  • Garlands of malati and bakula flowers, Radha’s favourite flowers. The red flower used in Radha’s flower bed.
  • The kunja of Ananga Manjari.
  • Ananga Manjari’s seva is very confidential and is glorified by Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura.
  • Who can enter the kunja of Ananga Manjari?
  • Raghunatha Gosvami talks about the different services of the manjaris.
  • Rupa Gosvami describes the service of Lalita-devi.
  • Lalita-devi trains and gives many instructions to Srimati Radhika.
  • The paths of Vrindavana.
  • Rupa Gosvami writes several verses in the Ter-kadamba and makes garlands for Radha’s hair.
  • The peacock’s shame at Radha’s beauty.
  • Symptoms of anuraga.
  • The pastime that Kamala Manjari sees, of the pana prasada that makes Krishna’s lips reddened, described in the song Yamuna Puline.


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