The demoniac beings will wear the tilaka and the dhoti in this age of Kali.
Click here The senior disciples of His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada have disobeied. They  went to hear his Godbrothers, they became the murderers of their spiritual master.  URL: http://www.harekrsna.org/gbc/black/tripura.htm

Comments from Brahminical Council:


How disciples of His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, “leaders” of Iskcon, can ask to very advanced devotees like Aindra and others, to give them any respect. Aindra Prabhu speaks in a respectful manner, but he says the truth to these cheap leaders. Aindra Prabhu has not committed suicide, he has been killed. He has been killed by envious people, may be Gaudiya-math or Iskcon people, simply because he was an advanced devotee, he was preaching on the basis of his realizations. The association Iskcon-Gaudiya-math is a big danger for the movement of the Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu in the world. Here is what Srila Prabhupada was fearing. The cartel Iskcon/Gaudiya-math wants to establish Krishna consciousness in the world by copying on the Vatican, Roma, Italy: one religion based on authoritarism, bureaucracy, pyramidal government, with leaders who possess the absolute power, in reality all powers, the political, economic, religious powers. This can seem like christianism in the Middle-Age. All person who is not in accordance with the “leaders” in place is killed.


Happiness and distress are not in our hands, whereas the nature of our activities does depend on us. Whatever happens in a devotee’s life is not his karma, but the Lord’s mercy. When suffering comes, an ordinary devotee becomes hopeless and laments, “Alas, what shall I do?” Undoubtedly, such a devotee tastes the fruits of his own past activities. However, an advanced devotee thinks, “This is the Supreme Lord’s mercy. My Lord has sent me this suffering to free me from pride, and to make me humble and tolerant...

Bhagavad-gita: chapter III, verses 6, 7, 8, 9.


karmendriyāni samyamya

ya āste manasā smaran

indriyārthān vimūdhātmā

mithyācārah sa ucyate

Translation:

One who restrains the senses of action but whose mind dwells on sense objects certainly deludes himself and is called a pretender.

Purport by His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:

There are many pretenders who refuse to work in Krishna consciousness but make a show of meditation, while actually dwelling within the mind upon sense enjoyment. Such pretenders may also speak on dry philosophy in order to bluff sophisticated followers, but according to this verse these are the greatest cheaters. For sense enjoyment one can act in any capacity of the social order, but if one follows the rules and regulations of his particular status, he can make gradual progress in purifying his existence. But he who makes a show of being a yogī while actually searching for the objects of sense gratification must be called the greatest cheater, even though he sometimes speaks of philosophy. His knowledge has no value, because the effects of such a sinful man’s knowledge are taken away by the illusory energy of the Lord. Such a pretender’s mind is always impure, and therefore his show of yogic meditation has no value whatsoever.

yas tv indriyāni manasā

niyamyārabhate ’rjuna

karmendriyaih karma-yogam

asaktah sa viśisyate

Translation:

On the other hand, if a sincere person tries to control the active senses by the mind and begins karma-yoga [in Krishna consciousness] without attachment, he is by far superior.

Purport by His Divine Grace A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:

Instead of becoming a pseudo transcendentalist for the sake of want on living and sense enjoyment, it is far better to remain in one’s own business and execute the purpose of life, which is to get free from material bondage and enter into the kingdom of God. The prime svārtha-gati, or goal of self-interest, is to reach Visnu. The whole institution of varna and āśrama is designed to help us reach this goal of life. A householder can also reach this destination by regulated service in Krishna consciousness. For self-realization, one can live a controlled life, as prescribed in the śāstras, and continue carrying out his business without attachment, and in that way make progress. A sincere person who follows this method is far better situated than the false pretender who adopts show-bottle spiritualism to cheat the innocent public. A sincere sweeper in the street is far better than the charlatan meditator who meditates only for the sake of making a living.

niyatam kuru karma tvam

karma jyāyo hy akarmanah

śarīra-yātrāpi ca te

na prasidhyed akarmanah

Translation:

Perform your prescribed duty, for doing so is better than not working. One cannot even maintain one’s physical body without work.

Purport by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:

There are many pseudo meditators who misrepresent themselves as belonging to high parentage, and great professional men who falsely pose that they have sacrificed everything for the sake of advancement in spiritual life. Lord Krishna did not want Arjuna to become a pretender. Rather, the Lord desired that Arjuna perform his prescribed duties as set forth for ksatriyas. Arjuna was a householder and a military general, and therefore it was better for him to remain as such and perform his religious duties as prescribed for the householder ksatriya. Such activities gradually cleanse the heart of a mundane man and free him from material contamination. So-called renunciation for the purpose of maintenance is never approved by the Lord, nor by any religious scripture. After all, one has to maintain one’s body and soul together by some work. Work should not be given up capriciously, without purification of materialistic propensities. Anyone who is in the material world is certainly possessed of the impure propensity for lording it over material nature, or, in other words, for sense gratification. Such polluted propensities have to be cleared. Without doing so, through prescribed duties, one should never attempt to become a so-called transcendentalist, renouncing work and living at the cost of others.



yajñārthāt karmano ’nyatra

loko ’yam karma-bandhanah

tad-artham karma kaunteya

mukta-sangah samācara

Translation:

Work done as a sacrifice for Visnu has to be performed; otherwise work causes bondage in this material world. Therefore, O son of Kuntī, perform your prescribed duties for His satisfaction, and in that way you will always remain free from bondage.

Purport by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:

Since one has to work even for the simple maintenance of the body, the prescribed duties for a particular social position and quality are so made that that purpose can be fulfilled. Yajña means Lord Visnu, or sacrificial performances. All sacrificial performances also are meant for the satisfaction of Lord Visnu. The Vedas enjoin: yajño vai visnuh. In other words, the same purpose is served whether one performs prescribed yajñas or directly serves Lord Visnu. Krishna consciousness is therefore performance of yajña as it is prescribed in this verse. The varnāśrama institution also aims at satisfying Lord Visnu. Varnāśramācāravatā purusena parah pumān/ visnur ārādhyate (Visnu Purāna 3.8.8).

Therefore one has to work for the satisfaction of Visnu. Any other work done in this material world will be a cause of bondage, for both good and evil work have their reactions, and any reaction binds the performer. Therefore, one has to work in Krishna consciousness to satisfy Krishna (or Visnu); and while performing such activities one is in a liberated stage. This is the great art of doing work, and in the beginning this process requires very expert guidance. One should therefore act very diligently, under the expert guidance of a devotee of Lord Krishna, or under the direct instruction of Lord Krishna Himself (under whom Arjuna had the opportunity to work). Nothing should be performed for sense gratification, but everything should be done for the satisfaction of Krishna. This practice will not only save one from the reaction of work, but also gradually elevate one to transcendental loving service of the Lord, which alone can raise one to the kingdom of God.

Narayana Maharaja says: Bg 09-02   Melbourne 1976-04-20   The King of Knowledge.MP3

Click on the picture of A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Srila Prabhupada explains very nicely this verse: raja-vidya raja-guhyam, pavitram idam uttamam…All the devotees have for duty to read, or hear this lecture. His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada is a pure devotee of  the Lord Krishna, not N. Maharaja. N.Maharaja is an ordinary human being, one pretender. He does not teach the bhakti-yoga, he teaches his speculations, it’s all…

Note:

Narayana Maharaja says:

Happiness and distress are not in our hands, whereas the nature of our activities does depend on us.

The Bagavad-Gita(3.27) says:

prakriteh kriyamānāni

gunaih karmāni sarvaśah

ahankāra-vimūdhātmā

kartāham iti manyate

Translation:

The spirit soul bewildered by the influence of false ego thinks himself the doer of activities that are in actuality carried out by the three modes of material nature.

Purport by His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada:

Two persons, one in Kṛiṣhṇa consciousness and the other in material consciousness, working on the same level, may appear to be working on the same platform, but there is a wide gulf of difference in their respective positions. The person in material consciousness is convinced by false ego that he is the doer of everything. He does not know that the mechanism of the body is produced by material nature, which works under the supervision of the Supreme Lord. The materialistic person has no knowledge that ultimately he is under the control of Kṛṣṇa. The person in false ego takes all credit for doing everything independently, and that is the symptom of his nescience. He does not know that this gross and subtle body is the creation of material nature, under the order of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, and as such his bodily and mental activities should be engaged in the service of Kṛiṣhṇa, in Kṛiṣhṇa consciousness. The ignorant man forgets that the Supreme Personality of Godhead is known as Hṛiṣīkeśa, or the master of the senses of the material body, for due to his long misuse of the senses in sense gratification, he is factually bewildered by the false ego, which makes him forget his eternal relationship with Kṛiṣhṇa.

Following the example of his numerous compatriots bogus swamis, Narayana Maharaja does not differentiate the soul, the body, the mind, the intelligence, the false ego. From this fact, he cannot be considered as an advanced vaisnava, what to say of taking on an aura of the title of Bhaktivedanta. Narayana Maharaja is a prakrita-sahajya, no more than that, a fourth class bhakta. He is not better than a sudra.


 

SB 7-09-11   Montreal 1968-08-17   Krishna Is Begging Your Love.MP3 Srila Prabhupada says Bg 13-01   Bombay 1972-12-29   Bodily Field and the Tiller.MP3 NOD Lecture   Vrndavana  1972-11-03   Advantages of Taking to Krsna Consciousness.MP3 Le singe

Srila Bhaktisiddhanta says:


Will I be able to make disciples?

   Give up your enviousness and show mercy to every living being by turning those who are currently indifferent to Krishna back to­ward Him. Don't take up the role of spiritual master in order to do harm to others. Don't play at spiritual master with the intention of immersing yourself in sense objects. Don't just dress up as spiritual master. Should you man­age to become a sincere servant of the guru and Krishna and acquire their blessings, then there will be nothing to fear. If not, however, you are doomed.


Who can carry out the guru's mission?


  The work of spiritual master is done by those who have been sent here by the Lord from the transcendental world. They take on the appear­ance of ordinary human beings for the sake of unfortunate conditioned souls like ourselves, to deliver them from the three miseries and send them back to the divine realm The Lord's mes­sengers, the carriers of His divine message, are the intimate associates of the Lord.


   The true holy person carnes a sharpened sword with which he beheads the goat-like tendencies to enjoy and renounce, sacrificing them on the altar of devotion. Such a person is the true spiritual master.


   The spiritual master is one who has no duty other than service to Krishna, whose intelli­gence is fixed on Krishna, and who sees noth­ing but Krishna. He has no desire to hear flat­tery, and thus is beholden to no one. He can fearlessly preach the truth.

   

   One is eligible to become guru if he speaks nothing but hari-kathà, if he never instructs any­one in anything other than devotional service, and if he does not waste even a second of the day in activities other than pleasing Krishna.


    An insincere hypocrite cannot be a guru. One whose aspiration is for mundane activity cannot be a guru. Pseudo-gurus should be turned out and exposed. If one selfishly uses the gifts his disciples have surrendered to the Lord, taking them as a means to accumulate wealth, women and worldly fame, then he should be renounced immediately as a cheater. One should not listen to the words of such a rascal. One who purloins the materials that are meant for God's service in his own selfish interest is not worthy of the name "guru".


The Naradiya-purana says:


ïhâ yasya harer dâsye karmana manasa gira, nikhilâso apy avasthàsu jivan-muktah sa ucyate


  One is called a living liberated soul who in all circumstances performs every action, whether of the body, mind or speech, in the service of Krishna. (Quoted in Bhakti-rasamrita-sindhu 1.2.187)


     The atheist who is engaged in social service instead of devotional service to the Lord should be avoided, for such a person can benefit nei­ther himself nor anyone else. In the name of such so-called social service, one simply falls deeper and deeper into the pit of illusion while dragging others down with him.


  We refuse to keep the company of those who try to deceive the Supreme Lord by chanting on their beads or by crying and making a great show of emotion, but who do not see Krishna in every syllable, or see the beautiful Gauranga in every Sound. The ulti­mate goal of scholarship is to understand one's relation with Krishna. Our lives can truly become auspicious only when we un­derstand, through the association of sadhus and obedience to the spiritual master's order, that everything in the universe is somehow meant for the service of the Lord.


 The path to auspiciousness is revealed when we associate with devotees who see the Lord everywhere, or who see everything in rela­tion to the Lord, who see the spiritual master everywhere, who are more humble than the straw in the street, who are as tolerant as the tree, who are free of pride but full of respect for others, and who are constantly engaged in chanting the holy names attentively. It is only with the greatest good fortune that we encounter a saintly person of such qualifica­tions. A servant of illusion may disguise him­self as a spiritual master, but he will never be able to approach Mahaprabhu Gaurasundar through the enjoying mentality. Even if Gauranga's pastimes in this world, his prakata-lila, are not going on at the present moment, if I am able to stay in the company of the guru and holy persons, then my con­sciousness will be dovetailed with theirs; my desires and aspirations will mix with theirs. If we are able to take shelter of the spiritual master in this way, surrendering ourselves fully to his lotus feet, then we will achieve the greatest good through good association, service, and obedience.


Is it proper for us to make disciples?


The genuine guru does not make anyone his disciple. Rather, he makes everyone his guru by turning those who have no interest in Krishna into devotees. He tries to give Krishna pleasure by engaging everyone in his service. The guru’s vision is that everything has importance; thus his every action is an act of devotion. The spiritual master sees the guru everywhere and everything related to Krishna. For him nothing is insignificant; nothing is seen as an object of the senses. He does not see this world as a mundane cre­ation. The guru's work is a lot like that of a medical professor in the university — he is not making students, but doctors. Similarly, the guru is making other gurus.


If the vaisnavas do not play the role of spiritual master, then the transcendental family of vaisnavas will dwindle and disappear. The problem is that as soon as one becomes guru, he ceases to be a vaisnava. Therefore it is not proper to act as guru if one is not qualified. This means only inauspicious results for the disciple and falldown for the guru. The spiri­tual master does not identify himself as a guru, for his inner identification as a servant of God is too powerful. If the spiritual master thinks of himself as guru, then the first vowel of his name changes and he becomes goru — a cow.


The genuine guru is engaged twenty-four hours a day in Lord Krishna's service. He acknowledges no duty other than serving Krishna. Thus the only person who is quali­fied to do the work of a guru is the devotee who is completely committed to his own spiritual master and has made service to him his life.


Who can take on the role of spiritual master?


A devotee of Krishna who knows the phi­losophy of Krishna consciousness can act as spiritual master. Those who are ritualists, impersonalists, or yogis, can never be accepted as guru because they are not devotees. Only one who worships the Personality of Godhead can be guru.


On the other hand, someone who proudly thinks that he has become the servant of Krishna cannot be guru either. As long as one considers oneself a vaisnava, he cannot be guru. For this reason, anyone who functions as a guru does not go around calling himself a guru or a vaisnava. This is why my spiritual master never claimed to be a vaisnava. Any­one who calls himself a vaisnava is immedi­ately branded a "non-vaisnava."


Ami to’vaisnava e buddhi hoile

Amani na ho’bo ami

Pratisthasa asi’ hridoya dusibe

Hoibo niraya-gami


    If I think, « I am a vaisnava, » then I will never become humble. My heart will become contaminated with the hope of receiving honor from others, and I will surely go to hell.


 Tomara kinkora apane janibo

Guru-abhimana tyaji’

Tomar ucchistha pada-jala-renu

Sada niskapate bhaji


   Give me the mercy that I can renounce the false conception of my being guru and can be your servant. Let me accept without duplicity your remnants, the dust of your feet, and the water that has washed them.


nije srestha jâni' ucchisthadi dane
ho'be abhimana bhara

tai sisya taba thakiyà sarvadà

na loibo pûjâ ka'ra


    By thinking that I am superior and giving my remnants to others, I will become increasingly egotistical. Let me always remain in the mood of a disciple and never accept any worship or praise from others.

The maha-bhagavata is the true guru. Only someone who has achieved the status of maha-bhagavata can take the role of spiritual master. One can act as guru when he himself sees the guru everywhere, for such a person can transform another insignificant individual into one capable of imparting spiritual in­struction himself. He can turn a non-devotee into a devotee. Evidently, if one is not himself a devotee he cannot make anyone else into a devotee. Thus, the meaning of being guru is being a devotee. All of one's senses must be engaged in the service of the Lord. If one can­not become fixes in the service of the guru, he has no right to act as guru.

  The maha-bhagavata is more humble than the grass in the street. He thinks he is the most insignificant person in the world. He does not think, "I have played the role of servant long enough; it's no fun any more. I need to be guru now."


    The guru serves as spiritual master, but does not identify himself with that role.


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