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The Bhaktivinoda Institute – A web repository of the teachings of Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura

Bhaktivinoda Institute Mission Statement

On 18th August 2012, on the occasion of his Vyasa Puja, Srila Bhakti Gaurava Narasingha Maharaja announced to the devotees that he had a strong desire to create a website called “Bhaktivinoda Institute” in honour of Śrīla Bhaktivinoda Thakur and his teachings in order to preserve and propagate them. Read More…

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BIO

BOOKS

ARTICLES

SONGS

PHOTOS

QUOTES

AUDIO

TRIBUTES

BIO

BOOKS

ARTICLES

SONGS

PHOTOS

QUOTES

AUDIO

TRIBUTES

About the Bhaktivinoda Institute

We are disciples of Swami B.G. Narasiṅgha (a direct disciple of his Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedānta Swami Prabhupāda). The Bhaktivinoda Institute website was created on his instruction by Gaura Gopāla Dāsa, Swami B.V. Giri, Sanātana Dāsa and Parameśvarī Dāsī. It was our Guru Mahārāja’s inspiration to create a web repository where all the works of Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākur (many of which have never been translated into English before) would be easily accessible and readable for all. Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura is the modern day Vyāsadeva and is responsible for reinvigorating the saṅkīrtana movement of Mahāprabhu in recent times. Wherever possible we have given due credit for translations by other devotees. Read More…

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A selection of articles by Bhaktivinoda Thakura

Kuṭīnāṭī (Politics and Duplicity)

Kuṭīnāṭī (Politics and Duplicity) was published in 1894, in two parts in Sajjana Toṣaṇī, Vol. 6, issues 3 and 7. In this essay, Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura explains the meaning of kuṭīnāṭī according to the philosphy of Śrī Caitanya and also speaks about the verse from Gītā, ‘api cet suduracāro’ in relation to kuṭīnāṭī.

Sad-guṇa and Bhakti

Sad-guṇa and Bhakti was first published in 1893, in Volume 5 of Sajjana Toṣaṇī, this article describes the many auspicious qualities found in the personality of a Vaiṣṇava, and Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura points out how all such qualities naturally appear wherever bhakti is found.

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