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The Teachings Of Lord Chaitanya Original 1968


The Teachings Of Lord Chaitanya is a summary study of Lord Caitanya’s teachings in the original, classic edition. The life and teachings of Lord Sri Kṛṣṇa Caitanya Mahaprabhu who appeared in West Bengal, India in 1486 and Who spread love of Krishna all over India. Caitanya Mahaprabhu (Mahaprabhu means “the great master”) appeared in Bengal, India, in 1486, and He began a revolution in spiritual consciousness that has profoundly affected the lives of millions.\n\nRenowned as a great saint even in His youth, Lord Caitanya left His family and friends at the age of 24 to teach the forgotten essence of the ancient Vedic wisdom throughout India. Although He Himself was a fully renounced mystic, He taught how one could act in spiritual consciousness even within one’s home, occupation and social affairs. Thus, His teachings, although timeless, bear special relevance for today’s world.

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The Teachings Of Lord Chaitanya

Purpose of the book

The purpose of this book, Teachings of Lord Caitanya, is to transmit the essence of that vibration in an easily readable summary study.

Unlimited forms of the Lord

There is no limit to the incarnations of the Supreme Lord, just as there is no limit to the waves of the ocean.

The beauty of Shri Krishna

The pearls of the necklace which hangs about the neck of Kṛṣṇa are as white as ducks. The peacock feather which decorates His head is colored like a rainbow. His yellow garment is like lightning in the sky. And Kṛṣṇa Himself is like the newly arrived clouds.

Devotional service benedicts the highest result

The results of devotional service rendered in full Kṛṣṇa consciousness cannot be compared to the results of demigod worship, fruitive activities, or mental speculation.

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Weight 0.36 kg
Dimensions 19.2 × 13 × 2.7 cm

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