Q: The last chapter of Guru Mahārāja’s book, Search for Sri Krishna—Reality the Beautiful, is titled ‘Reality the Beautiful,’ and it narrates the glories of Sri Chaitanya Mahāprabhu. Does it mean that Mahāprabhu being Reality the Beautiful Himself is at the same time looking for that Reality and finds It in the deepest point of separation?
How Sri Chaitanya-charitamrita was written. — Mahaprabhu takes His own name, Krishna, in the mood of Srimati Radharani. — Public service and private life of Mahaprabhu: Chaitanya-bhagavata and Chaitanya-charitamrita. — The humility of Prabhodananda Saraswati. — Advaita Acharya's calls and letters to Mahaprabhu. — Sridhar Maharaj and Swami Maharaja's hari-katha. — Krishna compensates whatever is lacking: preaching in the West. — The unique perspective of Sridhar Maharaj. — Styles of delivering Krishna consciousness. — Appropriating modern thoughts for Krishna consciousness. — The Search for Sri Krishna: the six Goswamis of Vrindavan. — Brihad-bhagavatamritam: the gradation. — Ramananda-samvad. — Structure of Guru Maharaja's books. — Deadlines are good. — Wonderful presentation of "Search for Sri Krishna" to Guru Maharaj on Gaura Purnima. — Dance: the symptom of ecstasy. — Conversion through hearing Guru Maharaja's conception.