Diptiman Gaurahari das

Me and my wife (Diptiman Gaurahari das & Diptimayi Vishnupriya devi dasi) consider ourselves insignificant servants of our spiritual master HH Jayapataka Swami Maharaj, one of the most prominent disciples of A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (the founder acharya of Iskcon). Our Gurudeva has instructed and inspired us to perform this service of conducting detailed research on the various pastime places of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and His beloved associates in and around Bengal and promote the glories of Gauda Mandala bhumi infinitely. It is due to Gurudeva's causeless mercy and blessings that we could actually visit these sacred pastime places and realize their eternal glories. The books we have authored are a reflection of our realizations and a medium to share our experience with all of you. The pastimes of Lord Chaitanya are very deep and exceedingly ecstatic. It is a treasure house that can only be relished by one completely devoted unto Him. One who delves deep into these nectarian pastimes achieves the elusive perfection of his life. We pray to Lord Gaurahari and Nityananda Prabhu that they mercifully allow us to enter and contemplate upon their eternal pastimes.
Apart from being an author, i am a software engineer and i work for a reputed multinational company. My wife ,Diptimayi Vishnupriya devi dasi, serves as a dutiful housewife.

website - www.thegaudiyatreasuresofbengal.com

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Nitai Karuna Sindhu (Lord Nityananda – An Ocean of mercy)

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

Sri Nityananda Prabhu is none other than Lord Balarama, the first expansion of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who had appeared 500 years ago in the sacred land of Birbhum (in West Bengal), in order to assist Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu manifest His most wonderful pastimes. This book tries to recount some of the amazing pastimes that Doyal Nitai had enacted in this sacred land of Bengal, where He had spent most of His days, preaching and showering love. The book has been carefully tailored to provide a unique reading experience that enables one to develop spontaneous love and devotion unto Lord Nityananda. Jai Nitai ! A brief overview – 1. Who is Nityananda Prabhu ? 2. Childhood pastimes of Nitai 3. Meeting of Gauranga and Nityananda at Mayapur 4. Lord Nityananda and the Panihati Dahi Chida festival 5. Lord Nityananda and Uddharana datta Thakura – Pastimes of Saptagram 6. Lord Nityananda and Krishnadasa Kaviraja Goswami 7. Pastimes with Jagai and Madhai 8. Pastimes with Vrindavana Das Thakura 9. Amazing Pastimes of Khardaha 10. Lord Nityananda’s marriage with Srimati Vasudha and Jahnava, Ambika Kalna 11. Navadvipa Parikrama with Jiva Goswami 12. Lord Nityananda tricks Lord Caitanya and His jovial conversations with Advaita acharya 13. Pastimes at Srivasa Angan 14. Nityananda Prabhu breaks Mahaprabhu’s sannyasa Danda (rod) 15. A few Bhajans Glorifying Lord Nityananda

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An Ecstatic ride across spiritual Bengal – Part 4 : Hooghly, Birbhum, 24 parganas (N & S) and Kolkata archives

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

‘The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal’ takes its readers for an ecstatic ride across the lengths and breadths of Spiritual Bengal.The objective of this book is to apprise the general populace of the great spiritual heritage of Bengal that has largely been forgotten over time. Great stalwarts have graced these lands and led their exemplary lives demonstrating the path of perfection.This book makes a genuine attempt to rediscover these holy pastime places and relive once more the awe inspiring sweet pastimes of these great Vaishnavas. The various chapters introduce these great vaishnavas to the readers, relates their wonderful pastimes and also provides an easy ‘How to Reach’ to their respective pastime places(dhams). Key Highlights from the Book – 1. Hooghly archives (Sri Uddharana Datta Thakura Sripat, Jagannatha temple of Mahesh, Raghunatha Das Goswami sripat, Abhiram Gopala Thakura sripat – Khanakul Krishnanagar, etc) 2. Birbhum archives (Ekachakra – Nityananda Prabhu’s birthplace, Jayadeva Goswami birthplace in Kenduli, etc) 3. 24 paraganas – North and South (Shyamasundara temple of Khardaha, Gadadhara Das sripat, Baranagar patbari, Ananta acharya sripat baruipura, etc) 4. Kolkata archives (A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada’s birthplace and pastime places, Baghbazar gaudiya Math, Ha Hauranga temple Hatibagan, etc) 5. Basic overview of Gaudiya vaishnava philosophy

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The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal – Part 3 (An ecstatic ride across ancient spiritual Bengal): Nadia & Kalna Archives

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

Book Description – ‘The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal’ takes its readers for an ecstatic ride across the lengths and breadths of Spiritual Bengal.The objective of this book is to apprise the general populace of the great spiritual heritage of Bengal that has largely been forgotten over time. Great stalwarts have graced these lands and led their exemplary lives demonstrating the path of perfection.This book makes a genuine attempt to rediscover these holy pastime places and relive once more the awe inspiring sweet pastimes of these great Vaishnavas. The various chapters introduce these great vaishnavas to the readers, relates their wonderful pastimes and also provides an easy ‘How to Reach’ to their respective pastime places(dhams).Each chapter is filled with attractive images of the pastime places, worshipable deities,etc which makes going through them all the more relishable. Key Highlights from the Book – 1. Nadia Navadvipa archives 2. Nadia Santipur & Phulia archives 3. Nadia Ranaghat archives 4. Kalna archives 5. Basic overview of Gaudiya vaishnava philosophy

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The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal – Part 2 (An ecstatic ride across ancient spiritual Bengal): Kolkata archives

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

‘The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal’ takes its readers for an ecstatic ride across the lengths and breadths of Spiritual Bengal.The objective of this book is to apprise the general populace of the great spiritual heritage of Bengal that has largely been forgotten over time. Great stalwarts have graced these lands and led their exemplary lives demonstrating the path of perfection.This book makes a genuine attempt to rediscover these holy pastime places and relive once more the awe inspiring sweet pastimes of these great Vaishnavas. The various chapters introduce these great vaishnavas to the readers, relates their wonderful pastimes and also provides an easy ‘How to Reach’ to their respective pastime places(dhams).Each chapter is filled with attractive images of the pastime places, worshipable deities,etc which makes going through them all the more relishable.Anyone who serves and glorifies these dhams is entitled to receive their causeless mercy, which is available in abundance till this day. Key Highlights from the Book – 1. Pastime places of Srila AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in Kolkata 2. Birth and Pastimes of Srila prabhupada before he left for the west. 3. Residence of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura in Kolkata 4. The place where Mahaprabhu had halted in Kolkata to drink some water 5. Srila Gadadhara Das sripat, etc

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An ecstatic ride across ancient spiritual Bengal (Colored version) – Part 1: Burdwan, Bankura & Kolkata archives

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

‘The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal’ takes its readers for an ecstatic ride across the lengths and breadths of Spiritual Bengal.The objective of this book is to apprise the general populace of the great spiritual heritage of Bengal that has largely been forgotten over time. Great stalwarts have graced these lands and led their exemplary lives demonstrating the path of perfection.This book makes a genuine attempt to rediscover these holy pastime places and relive once more the awe inspiring sweet pastimes of these great Vaishnavas. The various chapters introduce these great vaishnavas to the readers, relates their wonderful pastimes and also provides an easy ‘How to Reach’ to their respective pastime places(dhams).Each chapter is filled with attractive images of the pastime places, worshipable deities,etc which makes going through them all the more relishable. Key Highlights from the Book – 1. Burdwan archives – this covers significant pastime places like the sripats of Krishnadasa Kaviraja Goswami, Vrindavana Das Thakura , Locana Das Thakura, etc 2. Bankura archives – This includes the heart melting pastimes of Sri Madana Mohana, Srinivasa acharya, Birhambir, and the glories of Bishnupur. 3. Kolkata – All the significat pastime places of Kolkata are covered. This also includes all the pastime places of Srila Prabhupada, rarely known residence of Sri Bhaktivinoda Thakura in the city, etc 4. Overview of Gaudiya Vaishnava Philosophy

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An ecstatic ride across ancient spiritual Bengal (Colored version)- Part 2: Kolkata archives

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

‘The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal’ takes its readers for an ecstatic ride across the lengths and breadths of Spiritual Bengal.The objective of this book is to apprise the general populace of the great spiritual heritage of Bengal that has largely been forgotten over time. Great stalwarts have graced these lands and led their exemplary lives demonstrating the path of perfection.This book makes a genuine attempt to rediscover these holy pastime places and relive once more the awe inspiring sweet pastimes of these great Vaishnavas. The various chapters introduce these great vaishnavas to the readers, relates their wonderful pastimes and also provides an easy ‘How to Reach’ to their respective pastime places(dhams).Each chapter is filled with attractive images of the pastime places, worshipable deities,etc which makes going through them all the more relishable.Anyone who serves and glorifies these dhams is entitled to receive their causeless mercy, which is available in abundance till this day.This particular episode of the book especially deals with the various pastime places situated within the city of Kolkata. Key Highlights from the Book – 1. Pastime places of Srila AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in Kolkata 2. Birth and Pastimes of Srila prabhupada before he left for the west. 3. Residence of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura in Kolkata 4. The place where Mahaprabhu had halted in Kolkata to drink some water 5. Srila Gadadhara Das sripat, etc

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The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal - Part 1

Books by Diptiman Gaurahari Das

‘The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal’ takes its readers for an ecstatic ride across the lengths and breadths of Spiritual Bengal.The objective of this book is to apprise the general populace of the great spiritual heritage of Bengal that has largely been forgotten over time. Great stalwarts have graced these lands and led their exemplary lives demonstrating the path of perfection.This book makes a genuine attempt to rediscover these holy pastime places and relive once more the awe inspiring sweet pastimes of these great Vaishnavas. Colored Paperback version of this book is available for purchase in Amazon.com. It ships to US and countries even outside the US. Key Highlights from the Book – 1. Burdwan archives - this covers significant pastime places like the sripats of Krishnadasa Kaviraja Goswami, Vrindavana Das Thakura , Locana Das Thakura, etc 2. Bankura archives - This includes the heart melting pastimes of Sri Madana Mohana, Srinivasa acharya, Birhambir, and the glories of Bishnupur. 3. Kolkata - All the significat pastime places of Kolkata are covered. This also includes all the pastime places of Srila Prabhupada, rarely known residence of Sri Bhaktivinoda Thakura in the city, etc 4. Gaudiya Vaishnava philosophy - Overview

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