WAY HOME

 

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Dear Devotees,

Although the way back to our real home is actually described at great length in the Guidance section, we are constantly reminded by our Sri Gurudev Om Vishnupad Srila Bhakti Nirmal Acharya Maharaj that Sri Nabadwip Dham is our home and every year His Divine Grace earnestly requests devotees to come, stay, serve—for your own spiritual benefit, happiness and fulfilment:

I am paying dandavat to all the devotees and ask them to please forgive my offences. I am always with you all, and I always remember you all, you are in my heart. It is my humble prayer to everyone—any time you want to come, I always say to you, "Please come."

We have prepared this page to try to help those of you who have not visited India before (or in a long time) and are not sure how to get around. Do not be afraid if you are travelling on your own or have never been to India. We are your family and are always there to help you along the way.

Please remember that Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math is not a recreational place but a spiritual establishment, a place of pilgrimage, worship, and service. The doors of the temple are open for all sincere seekers provided they respect it as such.

If you are planning to come to the Math, it is always a good idea to get in touch with us beforehand so that we are able to welcome and serve you better. It is express desire of His Divine Grace Srila Acharya Maharaj that devotees planning to stay at Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math temple in India should kindly get in touch with Purna Pragya Prabhu, who is in charge of accommodation and takes care of all Western devotees in India.

Purna Pragya Prabhu's contact information:
Email: scsmath.office-at-gmail.com
Phone/whatsapp: (+91) 79-0873-4576.

 

 

 

Useful information and tips regarding:

GOING HOME:

Introduction
Visa, documents
Packing
• Travelling to:
  ◊ Kolkata
  ◊ Nabadwip

 

Sri Hari-Vasare
'Hari-vasar activities are like this. Every day when the sankirtan started, Mahaprabhu started to dance. They would start at Srivas Pandit's angan early in the morning and first sing the 'Gopala Govinda' song...'

Gurudev said, 'If you criticise somebody, that fault will come to you.'
He did not want to hear anybody criticising or anybody being criticised.

"HUMILITY, TOLERANCE, GIVING HONOUR TO OTHERS | HUMILITY, TOLERANCE, GIVING HONOUR TO OTHERS"