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The servant pushed the carriage closer, lifted the two boys out, and then, holding their hands, escorted them reverentially before the Deities.
Srila Prabhupada: I can remember standing at the doorway of Radha-Govinda temple saying prayers to Radha-Govinda murti. I would watch for hours together.
The Deity was so beautiful with His slanted eyes. Radha and Govinda, freshly bathed and dressed, now stood on Their silver throne amidst vases of fragrant flowers.
Govinda was about eighteen inches high, and Radharani, standing to his left, was slightly smaller.
Both were golden. Radha and Govinda both stood in the same gracefully curved dancing pose, right leg bent at the knee and right foot placed in front of the left. Radharani, dressed in a lustrous silk sari, held up Her reddish right palm in benediction, and Krsna, in His silk jacket and dhoti, played on a golden flute.
Their necklaces of gold, pearls, and diamonds shimmered. Beautifully dressed, dancing on Their silver throne beneath a silver canopy and surrounded by flowers, Radha and Krsna appeared most attractive to Abhay. Life outside, on Harrison Road and beyond, was forgotten.
In the courtyard the birds went on chirping, and visitors came and went, but Abhay stood silently, absorbed in seeing the beautiful forms of Krsna and Radharani, the Supreme Lord and His eternal consort.
Then the kirtana began, devotees chanting and playing on drums and hand cymbals. Abhay and his friend kept watching as the priest, or pujari, offered incense, its curling smoke hanging in the air, then a flaming lamp, a conchshell, a handkerchief, flowers, a whisk, and a peacock fan. Finally the pujari blew the conchshell loudly, and the arati ceremony was over. The family physician. Bose, prescribed chicken broth. Bose said. Dozens of people died every day, and thousands evacuated the city.
When there seemed no way to check the plague, an old babaji oraganized Hare Krsna sankirtana all over Calcutta. The group arrived at Harrison Road, and Gour Mohan eagerly received them. Although Abhay was a little child, his head reaching only up to the knees of the chanters, he also joined in the dancing. Shortly after this, the plague subsided. Since his own parents had also been Vaisnavas, Gour Mohan had never touched meat, fish, eggs, tea, or coffee.
His complexion was fair and his disposition reserved. At night he would lock up his cloth shop, set a bowl of rice in the middle of the floor to satisfy the rats so that they would not chew the cloth in their hunger, and return home. There he would read from Caitanya-caritamrta and Srimad-Bhagavatam, the main scriptures of Bengali Vaisnavas, chant on his japa beads, and worship the Deity of Lord Krsna.
He was gentle and affectionate and would never punish Abhay. It is my duty. During his visit in September he entered the doors of this matha dressed in white, as Abhoy Babu, Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura but would be leaving dressed in saron, a sannyasi.
He personally designed the logo, an ef- to be confused with the title Swami. In this matha, in fulgent gure of Caitanya Mahaprabhu in the upper left Mathura Vrndavana, Abhoy Charan Bhaktivedanta took corner, with the motto: "Godhead is Light, Nescience is Vaishnava renunciate vows,sannyasa, from his friend darkness" greeting the readers. Introduction to now, I was simply speculating whether I shall the rst volume was a biographical sketch of Caitanya venture this dicult task and that without Mahprabhu.
Bhaktivedanta Swami, Back to the world. In his possession were a suitcase, an umbrella, Godhead magazine Vol. Previous to this, as with his early disciples, followers used to call him "Swamiji".
Examining these compositions, academics regard them as intimate records of his 1. A message from Jaladuta Diary Journal kept by Prabhupada. He single-handedly published the first three volumes covering seventeen chapters of the first book of Bhagavata Purana, filling three volumes of four hundred pages, each with a detailed commentary.
In his possession were a suitcase, an umbrella, a supply of dry cereal, about eight dollars worth of Indian currency , and several boxes of books. Between 25 August and 30 August , the Jaladuta Journal falls silent for six days.
On the seventh day, 31 August, the silence is broken with these simple words, "Passed over a great crisis on the struggle for life and death. Examining these compositions, academics regard them as "intimate records of his prayerful preparation for what lay ahead" and a view on "how Bhaktivedanta Swami understood his own identity and mission.
Now You can do whatever You like with me. But I guess You have some business here, otherwise why would You bring me to this terrible place?