maandag 25 april 2016

The unaltered editions of the Caitanta caramrita all 17 Volumes free pdf downloads!

  • The unaltered editions of the Caitanta caramrita 



Please find the links below to all 17 Volumes of Srila Prabhupada’s original Sri Caitanya-caritamrta EXACTLY as it was published by Srila Prabhupada in 1974.
Srila Prabhupada stressed so much to Radhavallabha Prabhu, the production manager at the BBT when Sri Caitanya-caritamrta was first printed, that once this book was printed they could not change anything. Of course Prabhupada did not want changes made to any of his books but he very strongly forbade the BBT from making any changes at all to his Caitanya-caritamrta once it was printed. Prabhupada forced them to print it very quickly and they wanted to add new paintings and ‘finish’ paintings that were already in the book after it was printed… Mithiladhisa Prabhu, a friend of Radhaballabha, relates the situation as follows:

zondag 24 april 2016

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Met veel beelden uit het Naga sadhu Kamp #bhakta bhakta Piet(er)

Gedragsregels en normen, voor voedsel uit The Krsna Consciousness Handbook

The Krsna Consciousness Handbook FOR THE YEAR
484, CAITANYA ERA
(March 24, 1970 - March 12, 1971)


Vereiste Gedragsregels en persoonlijke normen
voor de ministers en studenten.
Geen vlees, vis of eieren. Het
enige voedsel dat kan worden gegeten door studenten
of ministers is voedsel bereid onder
strikte dieet regelgeving. En aangeboden door
de voorgeschreven ceremoniën. Wanneer
Tijdens het reizen of onder ongewone omstandigheden,
kunnen studenten of ministers voedingsmiddelen  eten
zoals fruit of melk die gemakkelijk kunnen worden
aangeboden (geofferd). En die niet per se
voorbereiding vereisen. Onder geen enkele omstandigheid mag ongeofferd voedsel worden gegeten. In Krishna bewustzijn, is eten een daad van verering

 en moet dus ook zo worden uitgevoerd..

Gedragsregels en normen, voor voedsel uit The Krsna Consciousness Handbook 

 #bhakta #bhaktapiet(er) Krsna Consciousness Handbook

Śrīla Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvatī Ṭhākura gaf felle kritiek op zijn dikke discipelen.SB 4.28.35-36

SB 4.28.35-36

tatra candravasā nāma
 tāmraparṇī vaṭodakā
tat-puṇya-salilair nityam
 ubhayatrātmano mṛjan
kandāṣṭibhir mūla-phalaiḥ
 puṣpa-parṇais tṛṇodakaiḥ
vartamānaḥ śanair gātra-
 karśanaṁ tapa āsthitaḥ
Word for word: 
tatra — there; candravasā — the Candravasā River; nāma — named; tāmraparṇī — the Tāmraparṇī River; vaṭodakā — the Vaṭodakā River; tat — of those rivers; puṇya — pious; salilaiḥ — with the waters; nityam — daily; ubhayatra — in both ways; ātmanaḥ — of himself; mṛjan — washing; kanda — bulbs; aṣṭibhiḥ — and by seeds; mūla — roots; phalaiḥ — and by fruits; puṣpa — flowers; parṇaiḥ — and by leaves; tṛṇā — grass; udakaiḥ — and by water; vartamānaḥ — subsisting; śanaiḥ — gradually; gātra — his body; karśanam — rendering thin; tapaḥ — austerity; āsthitaḥ — he underwent.
Translation: 
In the province of Kulācala, there were rivers named Candravasā, Tāmraparṇī and Vaṭodakā. King Malayadhvaja used to go to those pious rivers regularly and take his bath there. Thus he purified himself externally and internally. He took his bath and ate bulbs, seeds, leaves, flowers, roots, fruits and grasses and drank water. In this way he underwent severe austerities. Eventually he became very skinny.
Purport:

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