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Guru Purnima Offerings


Nityananda! Gauranga! Hare Krishna! Jaya Shrila Prabhupada, Shrila Bhaktisiddhanta, Shrila Bhaktivinoda, Shri Shri Nitai-Gaura Bhakta Vrinda and Shri Shri Radha Krishna Bhakta Vrinda! Jaya Jagannatha!


My Pranams and Blessings to all the kind devotees and disciples who have sent their most kind and heartfelt offerings. I feel greatly unworthy of your sublime sentiments and have transferred them to my own Gurus, to our Acharya Parampara and ultimately to Lord Nityananda Prabhu, the Adi Guru. I cannot even begin to express the gratefulness I feel due to your heart-touching and sincere offerings.


Please forgive me if I cannot thank all of you individually for this kindness but I have carefully read and heard all the offerings I have received by email, sms, on this forum and by phone call and have humbly passed them to the Supreme Guru Lord Nityananda through my Guru Varga so that He becomes pleased upon all of you. On this Holy Day, I have intensely prayed to Lord Nityananda Prabhu for the spiritual deliverance of each and every individual disciple and devotee whom I know.


Today is the Holy Day when Lord Nityananda performed the Vyasa Puja of the Supreme Personality of Godhead Lord Gauranga Himself at Shrivasa Angan. And today is the most Holy Day when Lord Gauranga showed His six-handed form to Lord Nityananda when Lord Nityananda put the garland meant for Shrila Vyasadeva around the neck of Lord Gauranga Himself. So it is a very special day. Today we should individually worship all the Acharyas of our Guru Parampara, recite their pranama Mantras and humbly beg for their mercy. Also today is the holy day when Shrila Vyasadeva, the literary incarnation of God is worshiped. And today is the Holy Day of Disappearance Day of our exalted Shrila Sanatana Goswamipada, who is the Guru of all followers of Lords Nityananda Gauranga.


Thankyou again for being there so I can serve you.


Daaso'smi, Swami Gaurangapada.