Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu – Tridandi Bhakti Pradip Tirtha

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AUTHOR’S PREFACE:
The Supreme Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is not a historical person. His Leela or Divine Deed is eternally
enacted on the highest plane of the Absolute Realm. His Deeds are incomprehensible to human intelligence. But they have been described in the Scriptures in such a form
that they may become intelligible to us, if we listen to them with due submission from the lips of Absolute-realised Souls. Such Narratives are identical with the
Deeds themselves.The Divine Narrative of the Eternal Leela of Sri Krishna – Chaitanya Mahaprabhu descends to the mundane plane along with His Leela. Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata written by Thakur Vrindavana Das and Sri Chaitanya Charitamrita by Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami, both of which deal with the Leela of the Supreme Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in this world, do not belong to the category of historical and biographical works that record mundane occurrences. The Eternal Leela of the Supreme Lord appeared to the view of the people of that period in the form of mundane events.His Birth and Deeds remain inaccessible to the cognizance of non-devotees even when They make Their appearance in this world.This brief outline of the Divine Leela of Sri Krishna-
Chaitanya Mahaprabhu should be perused as an authentic account of the Transcendental Occurrences whose esoteric meaning can be understood only by submissive listening from the lips of Absolute-realised Souls. If this sketch is perused in this cautious and reverential spirit, it may, perchance, enkindle in its fortunate readers their erstwhile slumbering loving-devotion to the Lotus Feet of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, engender in them a firm faith in His Teaching and enable them to find the real Spiritual Preceptor from Whom they may realise the Transcendental Truth by submissive listening and unconditional service.The unsatisfactory socio-religious condition of Bengal at
the time when the Supreme Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu
made His Advent into this world, has been described in Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata and Sri Chaitanya Charitamrita. Men of affluence lavishly wasted their wealth in such frivolous
whims as in the wedding of dolls and cats, nautches and courtesans. The pedagogues of Navadvip, whenever they
met one another, engaged themselves in barren polemic discussions often resulting in unseemly fracas. The ordinary people revelled in gambling, carousing, merry-making and
other pastimes of a low order. Worship of sundry gods actuated by selfish motives, stoic abnegation and pseudo-asceticism were the religious practices in vogue at that time. The will of the sacerdotal caste was regarded as the voice of God.

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