Srivas Ṭhākur and Swarup Damodar: the difference between Vaikuntha and Goloka Vrindavan. — Guru-varga’s descending. — Viṣṇupriya Devī and her gift to the world. — Sumedhasa — those who are of refined theistic intellect. — In Kali-yuga Krishna descends in the form of the Holy Name. — The first edition of Bhagavad-gītā.— The transcendental sound vibration is the form of the Infinite. — Advaita Āchārya's call to Śrī Krishna Chaitanya to descend into material world and distribute the holy Name.— Advaita Āchārya’s position as Maha Viṣṇu: his glance as Shambhu Shiva impregnates Maya with the sum total of the jivas.— Balarama’s love and affection is expressed in his desire to serve. — Why we cannot have stereotype about spiritual world. — Balarāma and Yogamaya cast and script Krishna-līlā. — Puruṣa-avatars, guṇa-avatars, yuga-avatars and līlā-avatars. — Cit-abhas — the shadow representation of the spiritual. — Cognitive science at the example of a computer desktop. — How Viṣṇu interacts with Maya from His peripheral glance, indirectly. — Why consciousness cannot be divorced from personality. — The power of Tulasī leaf outweights Krishna. — The Infinite under the control of the finite. — “Deaf, mute, blind, and stupid!” and other nonsense that mayavadis say about the Lord. — The reason why Mahāprabhu beat Advaita Āchārya.— Advaita Āchārya's mystic letter to Mahāprabhu. — Chaitanya-lila — "wild performances of divine madness."— Rādhā-bhāva-dyuti-subalita.