From Gaurang to Gaurang Das (a devotional panorama of five centuries)
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From Gaurang to Gaurang Das (a devotional panorama of five centuries)

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Item Code: NAX867
Author: Braj Gopal Das Agarwal
Publisher: Ras Manjari, Jaipur
Language: English
Edition: 2020
Pages: 268
Other Details: 9.00 X 6.00 inch
Weight 380 gm
About the Author
A very favoured disciple of the renowned saint, Baba Gaurang Dasji, Raman Reti, Vrindaban.

Took his Master's Degree in English as a favourite student of the famous litterateur, Dr. Ram Bilas Sharma.

A Rajasthan Government officer retired voluntarily in 1992.

• Has been working regularly and painstakingly on the books related to Lord Gaurang and his followers.

• For about 12 years, as editor-writer of the Vaishnava periodical, `Shri Gaur Sundar', provided much needed material to the devotees of Lord Gaurang.

From Gaurang to Gaurang Das is a direct line. We may call it a railway track. From Navadweep to Vrindaban. The journey starts at Navadweep and terminates at Vrindaban. The train passes through a number of Junctions. It is quite a long journey, no doubt, but I learnt from the privileged passengers who had covered all that distance that the journey was very convenient and comfortable.

I didn't catch the train at the starting point. I boarded it at the fag end of the journey. The joy, the ease and the satisfaction, however, that I had, made me believe the truth of their experience.

Strange are the ways of God, they say. Navadweep is far far away from Vrindaban, but the planning of the Navadweep establishment was made here at Vrindaban. Many of us do not know that Navadweep really originates from the sacred bushes of Vrindaban. The readers will find it only a little later.

I was very fortunate to be born in a family where Navadweep and Vrindaban easily and naturally met together, I was lucky that the Names (Nitai, Gaur, Radhe, Shyam, Hare, Krishna, Hare, Ram) entered my ears when I was just a toddler.

I am over eighty now, but my attachment to Lord Gaurang and his messengers has never been diminished. The present book proves that.

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