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The following is a kirtan led by HH Jayapataka Swami Maharaj on October 26, 1984 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Nama-Sankirtana by Srila Narottama dasa Thakura Translated by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
1) hari haraya namah krsna yadavaya namah yadavaya madhavaya keshavaya namah

(2) gopala govinda rama sri-madhusudana giridhari gopinatha madana-mohana

(3) sri-caitanya-nityananda sri-adwaita-sita hari guru vaisnaba bhagavata gita

(4) sri-rupa sanatana bhatta-raghunath sri-jiva gopala-bhatta dasa-raghunath

(5) ei chay gosai kori carana vandan jaha hoite bighna-nas abhista-puran

(6) ei chay gosai jar — mui tar das ta-sabara pada-renu mora panca-gras

(7) tadera carana-sebi-bhakta-sane bas janame janame hoy ei abhilas

(8) ei chay gosai jabe braje koila bas radha-krsna-nitya-lila korila prakas

(9) anande bolo hari bhaja brndaban sri-guru-vaisnaba-pade majaiya man

(10) sri-guru-vaisnaba-pada-padma kori as nama-sankirtana kohe narottama das

(1) O Lord Hari, Lord Krsna, I offer my obeisances to You, who are known as Yadava, Hari, Madhava, and Kesava.

(2) O Gopala, Govinda, Rama, Sri Madhusudana, Giridhari, Gopinatha, Madana-mohana!

(3) All glories to Sri Caitanya and Nityananda. All glories to Sri Advaita Acarya and His consort, Sri Sita Thakurani. All glories to Lord Hari, the spiritual master, the Vaisnavas, Srimad-Bhagavatam, and Srimad Bhagavad-Gita.

(4) All glories to Sri Rupa Gosvami, Sanatana Gosvami, Raghunatha Bhatta Gosvami, Sri Jiva Gosvami, Gopala Bhatta Gosvami, and Raghunatha dasa Gosvami.

(5) I offer my obeisances to the feet of these six Gosvamis. By offering them obeisances all obstacles to devotion are destroyed and spiritual desires are fulfilled.

(6) I am the servant of that person who is a servant of these six Gosvamis. The dust of their holy feet is my five kinds of foodstuffs.

(7) This is my desire, that birth after birth I may live with those devotees who serve the lotus feet of these six Gosvamis.

(8) When these six Gosvamis lived in Vraja they revealed and explained the eternal pastimes of Radha and Krsna.

(9) Absorbing your mind in meditation upon the divine feet of the spiritual master and the holy Vaisnavas, chant the names of Lord Hari in ecstasy, and worship the transcendental realm of Vrndavana.

(10) Desiring the lotus feet of Sri Guru and the Vaisnavas, Narottama dasa sings the sankirtana of the holy name.

“I went to your country with a mission and you all good souls were sent by Krishna to me.” – Srila Prabhupada.

One of the good souls sent by Krishna to Srila Prabhupada is His Holiness Jayapataka Swami Maharaja who has been serving Srila Prabhupada as a “selfless worker” over the last 3 decades.

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Steven J. Rosen, also known as Satyaraja Dasa (born 1955), is an American author. He is the founding editor of The Journal of Vaishnava Studies and an associate editor of Back to Godhead, the magazine of the Hare Krishna Movement. He authored more than 20 books on Vaishnavism and related subjects.including Black Lotus: The Spiritual Journey of an Urban Mystic (2007), which is the life story of Bhakti Tirtha Swami.

Steven J. Rosen has a strong view on vegetarianism and has written Diet for Transcendence: Vegetarianism and the World Religions (1997, previously published as Food for the Spirit) and Holy Cow: The Hare Krishna Contribution to Vegetarianism and Animal Rights (2004). In the former volume, he systematically explains the practice of vegetarianism in various religious traditions, such as Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Judaism, with special attention to the philosophical schools of India. In the latter, citing the devotee-scholar Bhaktivinoda Thakur (1838–1914) and the Hindu savant Sivaya Subramuniyaswami (1927–2001), he looks at early Vedic tradition, animal sacrifices, and the innovative contributions of the Hare Krishna movement.

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