Lord Chaitanya and His Teachings


Discover the profound teachings and divine pastimes of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in this enlightening book. Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is the Supreme God, Lord Sri Krsna Himself, and appeared about five hundred years ago as His own devotee.

Immerse yourself in spiritual teachings that He has graciously bestowed upon the seekers of this world. Explore the essence of Vedic knowledge, encapsulating the wisdom of the Vedas, Puranas, Itihasas, and Upanishads, all within this single, accessible text.

Seekers of truth, practitioners of spiritual life, scholars of Vedic scriptures, and anyone curious about life’s ultimate reality will find this book a treasure trove of insights for liberation from the material world. Written in a simple, engaging manner, the knowledge within these pages appeals to both the learned and the curious. 

Experience the relief of finding clear guidance and the joy of connection with the Supreme Person. Those who have broad intellect and have interest to cultvate spiritual knowledge impartally (without bias) will easily attain the required knowledge from this book to receive self realization within this life. The teachings of Lord Chaitanya are so perfect, appealing, and transcendentally saturated that sincerely reading them will relieve one from the entanglement of karma and various ambiguous doctrines and false opinions.

Unlock the mysteries of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and embark on a transformative journey today. 

About the author.

His Divine Grace Mahamandaleshwar Mahant Sri Krsna Balaram Swami appeared in a family of self-realized Gaudiya Vaisnavas. His birth dynasty dates back to Kasyapa Muni-one of the seven sons born from the mind of the first created being in the universe, Lord Brahma.
Swamiji heard Devanagari (Sanskrit) spoken fluently in his home and was exposed to Bhakti Yoga (the path of devotion) from birth. His father, a highly respected Guru of many in the Vrindaban area, began tutoring his son at the tender age of four, at their home in Vrindaban.
At the age of eight, Swamiji was enrolled in Vrindaban’s renowned Nimbarka Sanskrit Mahavidyalaya College, where he lived in the dorm and studied continually for eight years. A brilliant student, he then transferred to an English college, where he learned to translate the ancient Vedic scriptures into English.

 In April of 2004, the four Vaisnava Sampradayas elevated Swamiji to the position of Mahamandaleshwar.Historically Mahamandaleshwar is the highest position that has been held among the Mahants of the four Vaisnava Sampradayas.