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Guru Tattva (OUT NOW!)

The information in this booklet was compiled by His Divine Grace Srila Gour Govinda Swami Maharaja. After many of his Godbrothers fell from their positions as sannyasis and gurus, Srila Gour Govinda Maharaja presented this information to the GBC members (of ISKCON) in 1989 for the sole purpose of establishing the absolute conception of (sad-) guru and to console Srila Prabhupada’s grand-disciples so that they would not lose faith in devotional service and Krishna consciousness. 14.5 x 21 cm; 36 pages, softcover (re-edited and re-printed)

(Please follow this link to read the e-book edition of this booklet: tvpbooks.com/publications/guru-tattva-booklet-ebook)

Encountering the Krsnalingita Vigraha

“… From what I can understand, the Babaji was very encouraged that Srila Prabhupada had one disciple like this — a maha-bhagavata. I was there in the room when Akincina Krsnadasa Babaji paid his obeisances to Gour Govinda Maharaja and said, ‘He is a maha-bhagavata, do not disturb him.‘ “ — Lagudi dasa Brahmacari
14 x 21 cm; 151 pages, softcover

Vedic Dharma and the Grhastha-ashrama

“In the Bhagavad-gita and the Srimad-Bhagavatam conditioned souls are instructed to practice varnasrama-dharma in order to liberate themselves from maya. … under the guidance of guru, when your heart is purified, you will come to the suddha-sattva state. This is a gradual process.“ — His Divine Grace Srila Gour Govinda Swami | Read excerpt →
14.5 x 21 cm; 290 pages, softcover

Krsnalingita Vigraha — Volume One 1929-1978

The Authorised Life Story In this detailed account of the life of Srila Gour Govinda Swami, by his personal secretary of several years, the reader learns about the exalted nature of the pure devotee of the Lord; a life of devotion & prayer, and his search for the ultimate goal of life. Volume 1 of a 6-part series | Read chapters 1 to 3 →
15.5 x 21.5 cm; 328 pages, softcover

Sri Guru Pada Padma – “The Lotus Feet of the Spiritual Master”

Srila Gour Govinda Swami Maharaja presents a very profound view of the bonafide guru, sadhu-sanga and the offences to the sadhu. “The association of a great saintly person, is very important, … simply by association with a great saintly person one can immediately make considerable advancement in spiritual life…” Cc. Madhya 22.83
14.5 x 21 cm; 315 pages, softcover

Suddha Nama Bhajan – On Chanting The Holy Name

“Why should you be engaged in a struggle for survival? If you completely surrender unto Krishna, and engage yourself in His service, then Krishna takes care. A bhakta is never engaged in this hard struggle for survival, but in a struggle to fight of maya. Conquer maya and thereby you will attain Krishna!“
14.5 x 21 cm; 290 pages, softcover

Trinad api sunicena – “Lower than the straw in the street”

A series of lectures by Srila Gour Govinda Swami on the essence of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s instruction — trinad api sunicena. “The more one advances spiritually, the more humble one becomes. The greatest devotee, the maha-bhagavata, sees everyone except himself as a servant of Lord Krishna.” 14.5 x 21 cm; 315 pages, softcover

Guru Makes Krsna Appear in Your Heart

Srila Gour Govinda Swami presents the qualification of the guru. “The guru is not a mundane person, but he is a resident of the transcendental realm and comes to this material realm to preach and deliver the fallen souls. He dispels their momentary life of suffering and ignorance with the torchlight of knowledge and offers an eternally blissful existence.”
14.5 x 21 cm; 290 pages, softcover

Guru Tattva

An early pamphlet on the true nature of guru ….
14.5 x 21 cm; 290 pages, softcover

Bhagavata Darsana

First published in Oriya in 1975 as an introduction of ISKCON to the land of Orissa, the celebrated land of Lord Jagannatha and the place of Mahaprabhu’s ecstatic pastimes.

14.5 x 21 cm; 35 pages, softbound