Eight verses of Sikshastaka of Sri Gauranga Mahaprabhu are in conformity with the pastimes of Sri Krishna of the eight periods (Asta-yama). Eleven verses of Sri Rupa Goswämi and hymns written by his personal associates to increase eagerness of Bhajan, conforming to eight pastimes will be congenial for incessant Bhajan. Sincere servitors of Guru will always discuss these verses, being completely relieved from the influence of material time, space, and so called deserving or undeserving persons of the world.
So-called family Gurus, only claiming to get mantra through right preceptorial channel, cannot achieve their own eternal benefit and have no capacity to bestow eternal benefit to others. Practical life realization is essential for being a sad-guru.
Any person fortunate enough to read this publication will not only acquire an appreciation of the depth of the problem of impure desire, but will also hopefully be inspired to undertake the means of its eradication or to increase their present efforts to eradicate it.
Suddha bhakti is a book about pure (suddha) devotion (bhakti). Such a book should be of great value on the threshold of the third millennium when the world is overburdened more than ever before with war, intolerance, hatred and atheism.
Divine guidance, through the letters, to the sincere aspirants on the path of devotion by a Messenger of Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, His Divine Grace Srila Bhakti Ballabh Tirtha Goswami Maharaj