Please accept my humble obeisances in remembrance of our Divine Masters.
In pursuance of your phone call yesterday, and the ensuing conversation, I have a few questions.
One of the last things you mentioned was to the effect, as I remember it, that you want to continue to support Acharya Maharaja’s Indian Maths, take your disciples there and keep some sort of ongoing relationship with those Maths. Will you kindly tell me why you feel these things are important to you?
You said you agreed with me on most points, that you made mistakes and hope to correct… Read More...
These transcripts are corrected forms of transcripts previously posted on our website. All of them have now been presented in a universal type font making the characters with diacritics much more portable, as they can now be easily converted into a great number of fonts for use in a wide number of digital and print formats and devices.
See all the transcripts of His Divine Grace HERE. [remember to click ‘transcripts’ in the right window]
Please accept my blessings and well-wishes and please convey the same to your family and especially my dear disciple Srimati Arundhati Devi dasi.
I was very pleased, satisfied and happy to learn from you about the intense eagerness of Srimati Arundhati Devi to make progress in Krishna consciousness. I am very encouraged to hear such things and very pleased that you have taken the time to write to me about them.
Srimati Arundhati Devi is my disciple, but we see our disciples as representatives of our guru. I take it from your report of her activities that it is a message
A few weeks ago we were blessed to receive, from Sriman Paramananda Prabhu (UK), 150 transcripts of Srila Sridhara Maharaja’s audio recordings. His email, notifying me of this auspicious presentation, along with my reply, are attached below.
Most of the transcripts I received are corrected forms of transcripts previously submitted by him and posted on our website. Others are new transcripts. All of them have now been presented in a universal type font making the characters with diacritics much more portable, as they can now be easily converted into a great number of fonts for … Read More...