Lila Samvaran - English Paperback

The Disappearance of Jagadguruttam
His final journey
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Lila Samvaran – The Disappearance of Jagadguruttam is a humble attempt to give devotees and the public a comprehensive account of the events from 2013.

It was a year that started with Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj hospitalised due to ill health, and concluded in tragedy, with his shock ascent to his divine abode on 11 November. The focus of this 192-page book is the period from 11 November, when Kripalu Ji Maharaj was noticed sitting in spiritual ecstasy outside his house in Bhakti Dham, right through to his divine ashes gracing the holy river Sarayu in Ayodhya during the morning of 15 March 2014.

11 November is covered in detail, giving readers insight into what Kripaluji was doing that fateful morning, as recalled by devotees, leading up to 11.44am. Then there is the devastation of the morning of 18 November, when a huge crowd of mourners stood as his body was taken into the lap of Agnidev.

The book then describes the events held in his honour. Thirteen days of rituals in Bhakti Dham, huge charitable events in Vrindavan and Barsana, and detailed reports from all those pilgrimage sites that have become even holier having received his divine all-conscious ashes.

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The Disappearance of Jagadguruttam

This special souvenir describes the last journey of our Beloved Master, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj. It is very, very difficult to pen this sorrowful event. The mind stops functioning and the pen falters again and again. Moreover, it is enigmatic. Every one of us experiences his divine presence everywhere, though physically he is not seen. No one is ready to accept the bitter truth that he has left. He is still taking care of us in the same way, as our spiritual guide, our protector, our loving guardian and as a proficient helmsman, to sail us across the ocean of mundane existence.

He has concluded his visible pastimes in Bhakti Dham, but in his divine abode, these loving pastimes continue eternally...

His disappearance torments the heart. It leaves all his dear ones just to lament, but everyone has faith – ek dina tu degi darshan, hai bharosa radhe – that one day he will definitely reappear in some form to console us. This hope is now the only support to survive.

All devotees together pray in full submission unto his lotus feet,

Let us experience Your divine presence in the spiritual treasure revealed by you - through your discourses, in your sankirtans and in your literary works. Let us be fully devoted in your service, adhering to your every instruction.