SRI NAVADVIPA-DHAMA-MAHATMYA (Appendix)

The Ten Offences to the Holy Dham

 

(1) Disrespecting Sri Guru and the sadhus, who are the revealers of the Dham.

(2) Considering the Dham temporary.

(3) Harming the residents and visitors of the Dham, or judging them by their birth.

(4) Residing in the Dham and engaging in mundane activities.

(5) Earning money by, or making a business of, Deity worship on the pretext of serving the Dham.

(6) Considering the Dham equal to places of the demigods or material land.

(7) Considering that one can sin (and be absolved) because one resides in the Dham.

(8) Considering Nabadwip different from Vrindavan.

(9) Criticising the scriptures that glorify the Dham.

(10) Considering the glories of the Dham exaggerated praise or imaginary.

 

 

⇐ The Land of Sweetness

Glossary ⇒

 

CONTENTS:
· Translator's Note
· Publishers' Notes
· Sri Navadvipa-dhama-parikramaya Ahvana
· Preface
· Sriman Navadvipa-dhama-vandana

Sri Navadvipa-dhama-mahatmya:
The Glories of the Dham
The Nature and Dimensions of the Dham
Instructions for Circumambulating the Dham
Sri Jiva Hears the Glories of the Dham
Sri Mayapur and Antardvip
Visiting Sri Ganga Nagar, Sri Prthu Kunda, Sri Simantadwip, Sri Visram Sthan, and Other Places
Sri Suvarna Bihar and Sri Deva Palli
Sri Harihara Ksetra, Sri Varanasi, and Sri Godruma
Sri Madhyadwip and Sri Naimisa
Visiting Sri Brahmana Puskara, Sri Uchcha Hatta, and other places
Sri Sri Koladwip, Sri Samudragad, Sri Champa Hatta, and Sri Jayadev
Sri Sri Rtudwip and Sri Radha Kunda
Sri Vidya Nagar and Sri Jahnudwip
Sri Modadrumadwip and Sri Rama-Lila
Sri Vaikunthapur, Sri Rudradwip, and Sri Pulina
Sri Bilvapaksa and Sri Bharadvaja Tila
Sri Jiva Goswami's Questions and Srila Nityananda Prabhu's Answers
The Removal of Sri Jiva Goswami's Doubts and His Travelling to Vrindavan

Sri Navadvipa-bhava-taranga

Sri Gaura Krishna Tattva
The Land of Sweetness
The Ten Offences to the Holy Dham
Glossary

Maps

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