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Srila Prabhupada, His Movement & You

by Hansadutta das


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Srila Prabhupada,
The Brahma Sampradaya Acharya

  • Dubious Tapes Vs. Clear Documents
  • The endless controversy over whether Prabhupada appointed gurus, acharyas or rittvik deputies can be satisfactorily concluded by pointing out that Prabhupada left written instructions. Srila Prabhupada left a last will and testament. He left a BBT document regarding the continued publication of his books. He left a GBC document outlining how the movement is to be managed. And he wrote a letter on July 9, l977, appointing ll senior devotees as rittvik gurus, officiating deputies, to continue the process of initiating new members on behalf of " the Founder- acarya " Srila Prabhupada . All the men named in that letter already had been doing these rittvik initiations on Prabhupada's bellalf for a number of years. Therefore, there was no need for Prabhupada to write an official letter in this regard, save and except to make it clear that these senior disciples should perpetuate the rittvik responsibilities they were already performing in the future, as in the absence of Srila Prabhupada, which at that time was apparently very near at hand.

    In a court of law, doubtful, barely audible, hissing tape recordings regarding the last will and testament of a deceased party would never be accepted as substantial evidence to contradict a clearly written document with appropriate signatures of the deceased and a leading family member (Tamal Krishna Goswami). Therefore, the questionable "appointment tapes" should be dismissed as entirely irrelevant in the presence of Srila Prabhupada's clearly-worded letter regarding initiation and the position of those performing the initiation function.

    The letter dated July 9,1977 is all the EVIDENCE that exists from Prabhupada's hand, establishing his policy with regard to this all-important question as to who will continue initiations and how they should be conducted in Prabhupada's absence. Why not accept Prabhupada's last word in his July 9th, 1977 letter as final? Why not have faith in Prabhupada? Why entertain endless arguments from so many doubtful sources? Why not accept the final dictation and order as per the July 9, 1977 letter sent by Prabhupada to his senior disciples, stating his desire for them to act as rittviks? Do we have to accept the word of irreputable authorities, some of whom have long ago proven their disqualifications by obvious disgraceful behaviour, and others who are strong supporters of the now fallen gurus? What is the harm if we place full and unflinching faith in the words of Srila Prabhupada? Who but a fool would dare to dismiss or argue against the order of the Founder-acharya, Srila Prabhupada?

    On the other hand, to accept the dictation of Prabhupada's letter of July 9, 1977 as final and conclusive would be poison for those persons who entertain the ambition to take the post of guru. Such persons will forever present vague and contradictory arguments to keep alive their ambitious fever for being the successor, guru-acharya! But those who harbor no such ambition can understand the order of Prabhupada plain and simple, as he wrote it down in the July 9th, 1977 letter, ordering his disciples to function as deputies or rittviks on behalf of the acharya of the community of Vaishnavas worldwide within and without ISKCON, and that order is like a breath of fresh air for the drowning man.


    Letter from Srila Prabhupada, July 9, 1977

    Letter to all GBC and Temple Presidents from Srila Prabhupada, dated July 9th, 1977 (see photocopy above): To All G.B.C. and Temple Presidents
    July 9th, 1977

    Dear Maharajas and Prabhus:

    Please accept my humble obeisances at your feet. Recently, when all of the GBC members were with His Divine Grace in Vrindavana, Srila Prabhupada indicated that soon He would appoint some of His senior disciples to act as "rittvik"-representative of the acharya, for the purpose of performing initiations, both first initiation and second initiation. HisDivine Grace has so far given a list of eleven disciples who will act in that capacity:

    His Holiness Kirtanananda Swami
    His Holiness Satsvarupa das Goswami
    His Holiness Jayapataka Swami
    His Holiness Tamal Krishna Goswami
    His Holiness Hrdayananda Goswami
    His Holiness Bhavananda Goswami
    His Holiness Hamsadutta Swami
    His Holiness Ramesvara Swami
    His Holiness Harikesa Swami
    His Grace Bhagavan das Adhikari
    His Grace Jayatirtha das Adhikari

    In the past Temple Presidents have written to Srila Prabhupada recommending a particular devotee's initiation. Now that Srila Prabhupada has named these representatives, Temple Presidents may henceforward send recommendation for first and second initiation to whichever of these eleven representatives are nearest their temple. After considering the recommendation, these representatives may accept the devotee as an initiated disciple of Srila Prabhupada by giving a spiritual name, or in the case of second initiation, by chanting on the Gayatri thread, just as Srila Prabhupada has done. The newly initiated devotees are disciples of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the above eleven senior devotees acting as His representative. After the Temple President receives a letter from these representatives giving the spilitual name or the thread, he can perfolm the fire yajna in the temple as was being done before. The name of a newly initiated disciple should be sent by the representative who has accepted him or her to Srila Prabhupada, to be included in His Divine Grace's "Initiated Disciples" book.

    Hoping this finds you all well.

    Your servant,

    Tamal Krishna Goswami
    Secretary to Srila Prabhupada

    Approved: A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

    [Bold emphasis my own. Srila Prabhupada's signature appears on the original.]

    Letter from Srila Prabhupada, July 10, 1977

    Letter to Hansadutta from Tamal Krishna Goswami, dated 10 July 1977 (see photocopy above): July 10th, 1977

    My dear Hamsadutta Maharaja:

    Please accept my humble obeisances at your feet. Srila Prabhupada has received your letters dated July 4th and July 5th, 1977 respectively, and has instructed me to reply them.

    Srila Prabhupada was very pleased to hear how you have organized everything in Ceylon, and that so many people are now taking interest seriously is proof of the effectiveness of your preaching. His Divine Grace said, "You are a suitable person and you can give initiation to those who are ready for it. I have selected you among eleven men as "rittvik" or representative of the acharya, to give initiations, both first and second initiation, on my behalf." (A newsletter is being sent to all Temple Presidents and GBC in this regard, listing the eleven representatives selected by His Divine Grace. Those who are initiated are the disciples of Srila Prabhupada, and anyone who you deem fit and initiate in this way, you should send their names to be included in Srila Prabhupada's "Initiated Disciples" book. In this way the Temple Presidents will send their recommendations for initiation direct to the nearest representative who will give a spiritual name or chant on the Gayatri thread just as Srila Prabhupada has been doing.

    Srila Prabhupada smiled very broadly when he heard of the successful program organized by the local people in which 2000 persons attended. When he heard that you have introduced a full feasting program on Sundays, he said, "You are a good cook, so teach others now how to cook just as I taught you."

    Regarding the printing going slowly, His Divine Grace stated, "Never mind. Go surely. It doesn't matter slowly." I inquired from Pradyumna Prabhu about the Sinhalese translation which you mentioned. He said that "On Chanting Hare Krishna Mantra" was translated into Sinhalese, and that translation is in his trunk in Bombay. We will try to get it to you as soon as possible. I do not know if Gopal Krishna has any Tamil manuscript, but if he does, when I see him in about ten days, I will tell him to send it to you. You may also write him directly. Pradyumna says it will be faster just to get a new translationÑit is only one page.

    Srila Prabhupada was very glad to know that you would try to bring some Ceylonese devotees to Mayapur and said, "Oh, that is very good!" He did not know whether the story about Bhaktisiddhanta's disciples seeing a man eating a rat was true or not. Regarding the exact position of Sri Lanka, this is the opinion of some people. Srila Prabhupada advised that we not discuss this matter publicly at this time. Prabhupada also recommended that from Hari Sauri you take ghee. He said that you could have one fifth of whatever Hari Sarui sends to India. Regarding whether you should use the name Swami or Goswami, Srila Prabhupada said, "Stick to one. Swami is better."

    Your servant,

    Tamal Krishna Goswami
    Secretary to Srila Prabhupada

    [Note: Signature appears on original. Bold emphasis my own.]

    Letter from Srila Prabhupada, July 11, 1977

    Letter to Kirtanananda Maharaja from Tamal Krishna Goswami, dated July 11, 1977 (See photocopy Above): July 11th, 1977

    My dear Kirtanananda Maharaja:

    Please accept my most humble obeisances at your feet. His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada has just received the latest issue of Brijabasi Spirit, Vol. IV, No. 4, which brought him great joy. As he looked at the cover showing Kaladri performing a fire ceremony, he said, "Just see his face, how devotee he is, so expert in everything." When Srila Prabhupada opened the first page, his eyes fixed on the picture of Radha-Vrindavana Candra, and he said, "Vrindavan-Bihari-so beautiful. There is no danger wherever Vrindavan Candra is." After enjoying the whole magazine thoroughly, Srila Prabhupada said, "It is printed on their own press. It is very good progress." His Divine Grace very much appreciated the article "How I was Deprogrammed" by the young devotee boy. Prabhupada was feeling great sympathy when he heard his story and said, "If one man is turned like this boy, then this movement is successful. There is good prospect, good hope. You all combine together and push this movement on and on. Now I am assured that it will go on." While going through the magazine, Srila Prabhupada also saw your good photo on the page "Istagosthi" and Srila Prabhupada bestowed a long, loving look upon your good self, expressing his deep appreciation for how you have understood this Krishna consciousness.

    A letter has been sent to all the Temple Presidents and GBC which you should be receiving soon, describing the process for initiation to be followed in the future. Srila Prabhupada has appointed thus far eleven representatives who will initiate new devotees on his behalf You can wait for this letter to arrive (the original has been sent to Ramesvara Maharaja for duplicating) and then all of the persons whom you recommended in your previous letters can be initiated.

    His Divine Grace has been maintaining his health on an even course and most amazingly has doubled his translation work, keeping pace with the doubling of book distribution. Hoping this meets you well.

    Your servant,

    Tamal Krishna Goswami
    Secretary to Srila Prabhupada

    [Signature appears on original. Bold emphasis my own.]

    Letter from Srila Prabhupada, July 31, 1977

    Letter from Tamal Krishna Goswami (on Srila Prabhupada's behalf) to Hansadutta, dated July 31,1977, Vrindaban (See photocopy above):

    July 31st, 1977

    My dear Hamsadutta Maharaja:

    Please accept my most humble obeisances at your feet. I have been instructed by His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupad to thank you for your letter dated July 25th, 1977.

    You have written to Srila Prabhupad saying you do not know why he has chosen you to be a recipient of His mercy. His Divine Grace immediately replied, "It is because you are my sincere servant. You have given up attachment to a beautiful and qualified wife and that is a great benediction. You are a real preacher. Therefore I like you. (then laughing) Sometimes you become obstinate, but that is true of any intelligent man. "Now you have got a very good field. Now organize it and it will be a great credit. No one will disturb you there. MAKE YOUR OWN FIELD AND CONTINUE TO BE RITTVIC AND ACT ON MY BEHALF."

    Srila Prabhupad listened with great enthusiasm as I read to him the newspaper article. His Divine Grace was very pleased: "This article will increase your prestige. It is very nice article. Therefore the newspaper has spared so much space to print it. It is very nice. It must be published in Back to Godhead. Now there is a column in the Back to Godhead called Prabhupad Speaks Out. Your article may be entitled, 'Prabhupad's Disciple Speaks Out.' Yes, we shall publish this article certainly. Let this rascal be fool before the public. I have enjoyed this article very much. I want my disciples to speak out...backed by complete reasoning. 'Brahma sutra sunisthita,' this is preaching. Be blessed. All my disciples go forward. You have given the challenge. They cannot answer. This Dr. Kovoor should be invited ... for Dr. Svarupa Damodar's Convention on 'Life comes from Life.' He can learn something at this scientific conference.

    "Yes, you should certainly get some ISKCON Food Relief money. For your program American money collected and sent for food distribution. That is my proposal. Three hundred people coming is no joke. You mentioned so many nice preparations. I would like to eat, but I cannot. At simply hearing these names (of preparations) is satisfying. Just thinking this morning of you, and now you have written me."

    [Last paragraph illegible]
    Your servant,

    Tamal Krishna Gosvami
    Secretary to Srila Prabhupad

    [signature appears on original. Bold emphasis my own.]

  • How to Recognise the Acharya
  • The pioneer in any field always gets the greatest credit, because it is he only who opens the door to a new world, a new thought, a new horizon-like Columbus, who innocently chanced upon America, the New World, while searching for India. Columbus opened the door for a whole migration of humanity from Europe and all the world to eventually form the New World, or the United States of America, the most powerful nation on Earth.

    So everyone after Columbus, however great he may be, owes his regards to Columbus for opening the door to the New World, and Columbus is never obliged to any late-comers or new-comers. Like Columbus, Prabhupada set out from India and opened the door to the spiritual world for the whole world, and every transcendentalist thereafter is obliged to Prabhupada. Prabhupada is never obliged to those coming after him, however great they may appear as individuals. Neither is he obliged to his contemporaries. That is the unique position of Prabhupada as the acharya of the entire Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradaya.

    With this view in mind, everyone should see their way clear for uniting harmoniously under the lotus feet of Srila Prabhupada, the acharya of the Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradaya, for preaching the great mission of Krishna consciousness all over the world as Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura and Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati envisioned it. Any individual or group obstinately remaining stuck up in their petty, egocentric conception of preaching Krishna consciousness is surely doomed to fail.

    Here we wish to present some shastric evidence in support of the afore-mentioned conclusions. The following excerpts courtesy of Atma Tattva dasa:

    The Founder-acharya is distinguished from all other acharyas, and his qualities and activities are outlined in the shastras:
    tabhyas sarvajana trata sarvasrestatamo dhruvan
    dina abhaya pradanartham visadikritya bhutale
    Among all acharyas, certainly he who is the deliverer of all people, who appears in this world for the purpose of removing the fears of the fallen souls (dina-abhaya ) is the most perfect.
    gitacaryokta tatvartha caramartha prakasanam
    rsiproktapramananam krtva vyakhyanamuttamam
    He sheds light on the ultimate meaning of the philosophical conclusions spoken by Krishna, who is the speaker of Bhagavad-gita. He also gives perfect purports to the evidences given by the rishis.
    divyaprabandhan lokebhya sarakopadibhi paryantam
    arthopadesa yaryanta1n vardhayaitva ca sasvatah
    He propagates everywhere the meanings and purports of the songs of the previous acharyas.
    natharyadi gurunam ca satakopadi yoginam
    ahrtya vyasa sutranam artham lokahitaya ca
    sribhasyadi mahagrantham vidhaya karunarnaya
    nirjitya sarvasamayan vadena sataso'subhan
    He, the ocean of mercy, contributes great books for the welfare of the people that explain the meaning of Vedanta strictly in line with the previous Vaishnava acharyas and devotees. In this way he conquers all, defeating hundreds of different kinds of inauspicious philosophies by his arguments.
    ityadibhir yatisresta karye lokahite rata
    nathadidesike tebhya pradhano bhavati dhruvam
    Because of engaging in the welfare of the people of the world, that perfect and topmost mendicant is certainly the most important Founder acharya (pradhana ). ( Prapannamrita Tarpana 62.47-53)

    Just as Vyasadeva is recognized as acharya because he presented the Vedic literatures, so Prabhupada is recognized as acharya because of his making the Vedic literatures accessible to every man all over the world, and no one since has been able to contribute anything so significant. Rather, everyone is borrowing from him-his books are the standard.

    Srila Prabhupada translated and wrote purports to the four essential Vaishnava literatures, namely to 18,000 verses of Srimad-Bhagavatam, 700 verses of Bhagavad-gita, 17 volumes of Chaitanya-charitamrita and the Bhakti-rasamrita-sindhu. He not only published these books and others; he also created a monthly magazine (Back to Godhead ). He also recruited thousands of young disciples in every country of the world, whom he engaged in distributing these literatures by the millions. Prabhupada wrote 7,000 letters (printed in five volumes) and gave lectures and personal darshans, a collection of which has been published recently by the Bhaktivedanta Archives, comprising another 42 volumes of books.

    Srila Prabhupada initiated a whole new movement in the field of art, producing thousands of paintings, sculptures, music and dance performances.

    Srila Prabhupada built temples in Bombay, Vrindaban and Mayapur, with comfortable and stylish hotel and guest houses for each place. His disciples opened and continue to maintain hundreds of temples worldwide.

    Srila Prabhupada inspired the New Vrindaban-type farm communities all over the world. He started Gurukulas for teaching Krishna consciousness to children.

    Srila Prabhupada taught a whole generation a new way of life from how to eat, how to dress, how to bathe and toilet, how to live as a gentleman in this world and how ultimately to leave this world for the next world, to go back to home, back to Godhead. NO OTHER PERSON ON THIS PLANET HAS PREACHED WORLDWIDE SO EXTENSIVELY. THEREFORE HE IS THE BRAHMA SAMPRADAYA ACHARYA. What Vyasadeva is to the Vedic age, Srila Prabhupada is to the modern age and for ages to come, because everyone is taking advantage of his books, temples and devotees to preach Krishna consciousness all over the world.

  • Who is Representing Srila Prabhupada?
  • The recent proliferation of gurus, both within and without ISKCON, appears to be like the proliferation of ambitious kings who were eventually annihilated by Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra 5,000 years ago. Kings who are not subordinate to an enlightened emperor will fight with oneanother for wealth, women and personal aggrandisement. Gurus also will fight with one another for wealth, women and prestige, if they do not submit themselves as deputies of the prominent sampradaya acharya, namely Srila Prabhupada.

    The acharya is the topmost authority over all gurus in the Gaudiya Vaishnava line or school. Vyasadeva, Madhvacharya and Lord Chaitanya are such acharyas. Today that acharya is Prabhupada, without whom none of the present and future gurus would/will have any standing. It is therefore absolutely necessary for every preacher and guru, regardless of which camp he rules over, to act as the humble representative of Srila Prabhupada, the world acharya of the Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradaya. Failure on anyone's part to do so will result in creating unwanted factions, thereby causing dissen- sion in the world community of Krishna devotees.

    In Easy Journey to Other Planets, Srila Prabhupada outlined 20 favourable practices for a disciple, and Number 13 reads:

    He must not take on unlimited disciples. This means that a candidate who has successfully followed the first twelve items can also become a spiritual master himself, just as a student becomes a monitor in class with a limited number of disciples.

    "Monitor" means on behalf of the teacher. A disciple is always under the authority of his spiritual master, living or absent. If the disciple is not initiating on behalf of his spiritual master and in fact on behalf of the whole disciplic line of spiritual masters, for whom is he doing the initiation?? For himself? Are the initiates his property, his personal servant, his fans (fanatics)--just as movie stars and pop stars have fans? Or is the "monitor spiritual master" initiating his disciples directly on behalf of Krishna, thereby jumping over not only his spiritual master (Srila Prabhupada), but all spiritual masters in the disciplic succession?

    All preaching endeavours can be harmonised by uniting in one front under the authority and blessings of the present acharya, Srila Prabhupada. What the emperor is to provincial princes and kings throughout the world, the acharya is to the many gurus, uniting their effort as one school or sampradaya worldwide. By serving the sampradaya acharya, all devotees can harmoniously serve Krishna as one family, although the indi- vidual devotees may be under different gurus in different parts of the world. There may be many commanders in the field, each conducting a campaign on a different enemy front, but all of them are subordinate to the commander-in-chief, who directs each commander accordingly.

    It is the failure of ISKCON leaders and Gaudiya Math leaders to properly understand the significance and function of the sampradaya acharya, which continues to create an undesirable proliferation of self-motivated gurus who do not serve the acharya and thus do not serve Krishna, but in fact utilise the name, fame of the acharya and Krishna to attract followers whom they exploit for wealth and prestige in the guise of guru.

    Of course, everyone will say, "We have Prabhupada in the centre," and that is a fact, but what is the underlying motive for such Prabhupada-centred show of devotion? Duryodhana and Arjuna both had Krishna in the centre, but Duryodhana was envious of Krishna and was interested only to use the assets of Krishna. Arjuna, on the other hand, was interested simply to love and serve Krishna. He was not interested in Krishna's assets. Similarly, we hear everyone say, "Srila Prabhupada in the centre," but what we see is that everyone uses the assets (books, temples, devotees, name and fame) of Prabhupada, but each serves only his personal ambition to occupy Prabhupada's post of guru-acharya, instead of using Prabhupada's assets to serve Prabhupada. This is the pivot of the whole problem.

    The guru is Krishna Himself, and all should serve him. One who claims to be a guru disqualifies himself, because by such claim he impudently announces that he is God or Krishna. This is the mystery of the acharya. We can recognise the acharya in that person who presents to the world the conclusive Truth, setting aside all doubts, and who stands out amongst all other men as a living example. "By their fruits you shall know them."

    When Parikshit Maharaja was cursed to die, he called all the rishis, yogis, mystics, learned scholars and devotees to inquire what he should do to prepare for death. Every one of them offered so many conflicting opinions. However, when Sukadeva Goswami arrived, all parties submitted themselves to him (even Vyasadeva, his father). Sukadeva Goswami was accepted as the topmost transcendentalist. Thus there was harmony, and he spoke Srimad-Bhagavatam for the whole world. Similarly, before the appearance of Srila Prabhupada, there were so many contending camps, even in the Gaudiya Math institution. Srila Prabhupada, like Sukadeva Goswami, presented the Bhagavatam, dispelling all contention, confusion and pretense.

    Now that Srila Prabhupada is gone, again so many gurus, camps and contenders have come forward, seeking to step into Srila Prabhupada's shoes. In response to a question to Srila Prabhupada re Ramakrishna Swami, Srila Prabhupada replied that maybe Ramakrishna was Krishna, but we can know it for certain that Bhagavad-gita is Krishna, so why take risk? Similarly, we know it for certain that Prabhupada is nitya-siddha, so why take risk in taking shelter of conditioned souls posturing as pure devotees? Let us therefore accept Prabhupada as the sampradaya acharya and re-establish a united Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya. What is the harm in that?

  • Gaps in the Line
  • The following is a quotation from Srila Prabhupada regarding the importance of the prominent acharya.

    Regarding parampara system: There is nothing to wonder for big gaps. Just like we belong to the Brahma Sampradaya, so we accept it from Krishna to Brahma, Brahma to Narada, Narada to Vyasadeva, Vyasadeva to Madhva and between Vyasadeva and Madhva there is a big gap. But it is some- times said that Vyasadeva is still living, and Madhva was fortunate enough to meet him directly. In a similar way, we find in the Bhagavad-gita that the Gita was taught to the sun god some millions of years ago, but Krishna has mentioned only three names in this parampara system-namely, Vivasvan, Manu and Iksvaku; and so these gaps do not hamper from understanding the parampara system. We have to pick up the prominent acharya and follow from him. There are many branches also from the parampara system, and it is not possible to record all the branches and sub-branches in the disciplic succession. We have to pick up from the authority of the acharya in whatever sampradaya we belong to. (Letter to Dayananda, dated 12 April, 1968)

    And in a lecture given in India, 1972, Srila Prabhupada also said:

    Which you can do only if you follow the acharyas, not these rascals. Do not follow any rascal. You follow the acharyas, you get the benefit of Krishna consciousness. Ramanuja Acharya commentary is there, Madhvacharya commentary is there, so you take advantage of them, and read them very nicely. (Lecture given in Visakapatnam, India, February 20, 1972)

  • Prescription Takes Precedence Over Book Knowledge
  • I am aware of the fact that devotees will bring so many quotations from Srila Prabhupada's books to support conclusions contrary to the rittvik representative system prescribed by Srila Prabhupada in the July 9, 1977 letter.

    To such devotees we must point out that Prabhupada's books are the standard books for everyone in the Brahma Gaudiya Sampradaya, just as the law books or medical books are standard books in their field. Still, when the judge hands down a judgment or the physician writes a specific prescription for the patient, that takes precedence over the book knowledge. Although Prabhupada wrote so many books, his prescription for his immature disciples in the last days was "Act as rittvik representative of the ACHARYA, DEPUTIES and MONITOR of the ACHARYA."

    Having run the full course of this race, this point is very clear by realisation born of the fire of ordeal. I am not philosophising; these are my realisations by the grace of Prabhupada and Krishna.


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