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6 Goswami's of Vrindavan - By Radhanath Swami


6 Goswami's of VrindavanThe spiritual path of perfection is a long and arduous journey filled tremendous challenges. Many begin to seek the ultimate, but are waylaid by allurements of this world.

The six Goswamis of Vindavan represent a class of highly perfected personalities, who threw away all prospects of the most attractive pleasures like pebbles in the street. By hearing about their lives and teachings, a seeker gets insight into the possibilities awaiting him if he simply continues sincerely on this path. they have painstakingly constructed aesthetically pleasing temples for the pleasure of the Lord and the spiritual upliftment of mankind.

What follows are accounts of the lines of these great spiritual masters, especially the six goswamis of Vrindavan, who were all the very embodiments of the life and teachings of Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

Reading this book will take the readers on the journey through the forests of vraja, where the Goswamis performed their services to the Lord, who on His part, reciprocated by enacting wonderful pastimes. It will also make an ideal companion both when one is actually in the temple and when physically far away.

Price: Rs.125.00


Chapters in the book

1. Introduction to Vrindavan Yatra
2. Sri Sri Radha Madan Mohan Mandir
3. Sri Sri Radha Govinda Mandir
4. Sri Sri Radha Gopinath Mandir
5. Sri Sri Radha Raman Mandir
6. Sri Sri Radha Damodar Mandir
7. Sri Sri Radha Gokulananda Mandir
8. Sri Sri Radha Radha Shyamasundar Mandir


About Radhanath Swami

Radhanath Swami - An AuthorBorn in Chicago in 1950, Radhanath Swami, sets out to wander the world on a spiritual quest. Arriving in India in 1970, he lives the life of a wandering mendicant, travelling both outwardly and inwardly. Within months, his young world is augmented by experience, realization, soul-stirring revelations and near death experiences. He imbibes the teachings of great yogis, monks, and gurus including Swami Sivananda, Swami Rama, Swami Satchitananda, Swami Chidananda, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Ananda Mayi Ma, Neem Karoli Baba, Muktananda, the Dalai Lama and Mother Teresa. He meets lepers and Naga Babas, contemplative Buddhists and mystic yogis. Living in Himalayan caves, forests and under trees, he moves through the subcontinent with a thirst for “the truth” that is rarely seen. Fasting and meditating for a month on the Banks of the Ganga in Rishikesh, he hears the celestial sound of mantras emerging from the Holy River.

Each experience brings him closer to the core of India’s mystic teachings and to the divine love he has been seeking. He reveals all in “The Journey Home”, a penetrating account into the heart of a seeker, filled with humor, adventure, wisdom, and inspiration. Perhaps not since, Autobiography of A Yogi, has such a lucid and intricate tale of one man’s revelation of the soul been so wonderfully recounted. As a man of infinite depth and grace, his life story offers all who hear it, an infinite wisdom.