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Lord Caitanya and Ramananda Raya

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Description: These lectures, given in New Zealand, offer a profound analysis of this very important as well as endearing part of the Caitanya-Caritamrita, in which Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu Himself questions His confidential associate Ramananda Raya about the ultimate goal of human life. In the series of inquiries and responses which follow, a wealth of spiritual knowledge is revealed and both the Lord and His devotee taste great transcendental bliss.

Date   PlaceVerseLengthSizeTitleSeries
1991.09.04Auckland, NZCcM 8.56-6759:333.8M Lord Caitanya and Ramananda Raya
1991.09.05Auckland, NZCcM 8.68-68:494.4M Lord Caitanya and Ramananda Raya
1991.09.06Auckland, NZCcM 871:044.5M Lord Caitanya and Ramananda Raya