Although our temple has numerous departments performing various different services, the main focus is on the deity worship, prasadam distibution, goshala, devotee care and 24 hour hour kirtan of the holy names of the Lord, and all other functions carried out in the temple are all meant to support and encourage the betterment and success of these key services.
is presently one of the foremost spiritual leader of the mission of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and His associates in the world today. He is the dearly beloved disciple of Srila Bhakti Dayita Madhava Goswami Maharaja and who is in turn the equally beloved disciple of Srila Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Goswami Prabhupada ……..
One wealthy well-wisher, not a vaiṣṇava, has volunteered to help us with a place and equipment for a publication center. They have also brought here a whole car of different foodstuffs to somewhat meet half-year requirements, and I do not know what to do! I cannot throw that away, at the same time “viṣayīra anna khāile malina haya mana”(our mind becomes polluted by eating the grains of a wordly person) always sound in my memory.
The heart-specialist doctor advised me to remain in one place, at least for 6 months. When I had a discussion with him regarding a preaching tour outside India, he had no objection if done after 3 months i.e. in the coming summer season. But I am supposed to stay only at one place and devotees can come and see me. But will it be practically possible – if I go there and confine myself only to one place?
Recently I started organising mass bhajans where devotees from different Gauḍīya Maṭhs including ISKCON could meet devotees and perform sankīrtan in a vegetarian restaurant run by one of the disciples of Srīman BR Śrīdhara dev Goswāmī. By the grace of Śrī Krishna, recently the President of the Lakshmi Nārāyaṇ Temple has decided to offer this temple as the permanent venue for such sankīrtans and prasād distribution every Sunday evenings. I seek and need your advice and blessing as to how I should continue to progress.
has its origin in the teachings and practice of Sree Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, Who appeared at Sree Mayapur in the district of Nadia in West Bengal in 1486 A.D. The Divine Missionary work started during the life-time of Sree Chaitanya Mahaprabhu at Sree Mayapur in or about 1505 A.D.