A SWEET TASTE OF BHAKTI: FROM THE HEART OF SRILA PRABHUPADA PREMGOPAL GOSWAMI
This book is an introduction to Premgopal Goswami's unique style of Bhakti Yoga, the sweet path of spontaneous love for Radha and Krishna. Premgopal was born in a family of great saintly Vaishnavas descending directly from Lord Nityananda. This book is based on a series of talks where Premgopal gave us a taste of the philosophy of spontaneous devotion (Raganuga bhakti), as well as fascinating stories about saintly personalities, Radha-Krishna and Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
We have tidied up the language a little to make it reader friendly and suitable for print, but we hope we have kept the spirit of Premgopal's mood in these pages. Premgopal is a beautifully compelling speaker and his realizations empower him to give those who hear from him a real taste of the bliss of bhakti. He spends his time travelling and generously sharing this with his fortunate friends and followers. He sings and plays the harmonium like an angel. All who come into his presence are divinely blessed. We hope our readers will get a taste of his presence in this spiritual publication.
Author: Praneswari dasi & Dau Dayal das
Year of publication: 2014
Format: 14×22 cm, softcover
Number of pages: 62
Prabhupada Premgopal Goswami of the Nityananda vamsha was born in 1972 in Nabadwip, a great Vaisnava in a family of great Vaisnavas and the 14th generation direct descendant of Lord Nityananda. A highly talented and lovely person, he is supremely skilled in the Vedic and Vaisnava scriptures. He is a beautifully compelling speaker, and his realizations empower him to give those in his presence a real taste of the bliss of Bhakti. He spends his life travelling and generously sharing this with his many fortunate devotees. He sings and plays like and angel All who come into his presence are divinely blessed.
This first book in English ir lovingly compiled by devotees who have the privilege and joy of hearing his speak, and who wish to share their good furtune with others. Joy Nitai!