Disappearance day of Sripad Madhavendra Puri.
Mahaprabhu is dancing and chanting His own name: but as Radharani, not as Krishna. — Mahaprabhu’s appearance: yuga-dharma overlapped with personal desire. — Devotion triumphs over the Infinite. — Sincerity: “If I do not deceive me — no one can deceive me.” — The private life of God. — Caution of the Bhagavatam: not to misunderstand Krishna’s pastimes. — Madhavendra Puri’s final pastimes. — Braja Gopis’ forms are expression of their devotional hearts. — Mahaprahu comes as a sannyasi to show: the divine feelings have nothing to do with the mundane eros. — Sukadev Goswami who tells about the pastimes of Radha and Krishna, has no interest in the mundane love. — Madhavendra Puri and his disciples. — Gopal talks to Madhavendra Puri and asks to rescue Him. — Pastimes with the devotees enhance Lord’s position of divinity. — The miracle of Krishnadas Kaviraj Goswami writing Sri Chaitanya-charitamrita. — Remuna. — Madhavendra Puri and Ksirachore Gopinath. — Escaping name and fame. — Sandalwood o Gopinath brings relief to Gopal. — In separation with Krishna — how to go on? — The call of Krishna consciousness runs counter to the current of this world. — Krishna prefers the position of a devotee Himself.