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kanai - Mon, 17 Jun 2002 02:15:20 +0530
Dear Madhavananda prabhu and other honorable vaisnavas and guests,
Would it be possible to start forum for disciples,aspiring disciples and well wishers of Srila Radhakunda Mahanta Pandita Ananta das Babaji Maharaja with questions and answers type thing. What do you think of that idea? I hope is not silly to ask about this.Also, is it possible to get somewhere translated lectures from Srila Ananta das Babaji in written or audio form?I know just for Sanatana Siksa which is translated by pandita Advaita prabhu.Thanks,
Madhava - Mon, 17 Jun 2002 02:21:32 +0530
Do you mean Q & A answered by Ananta Dasji himself?

As far as translations of lectures goes (in text), I haven't heard of any besides what we have online.

There are several tapes of Advaitadasji's translations which are supposed to go online. I haven't found the time to convert them into digital format and upload them. I think Tarun Kishor Ji was working on some of them. Tarun, any news?
kanai - Mon, 17 Jun 2002 04:52:41 +0530
Yes, i think of Q&A answered by Srila Ananta das baba himself.Is that possible at all?
Are the translations and lectures of Srila Ananta dasji only in literature section of website or is there any link extra to that? It is great to know that there will be more of lectures of Srila Ananta das Babaji on this great website.Thanks,
Madhava - Mon, 17 Jun 2002 05:06:01 +0530
I'll have to ask from Yugal about the Q&A thing, since he takes care of conveying Baba's mails. It sounds a bit utopistic to me though.

Whatever is in the "Literature" section, that's all I have at my disposal.
adiyen - Mon, 17 Jun 2002 14:29:16 +0530
QUOTE(raga @ June 16 2002,18:36)
Whatever is in the "Literature" section, that's all I have at my disposal.

And a wonderful treasure trove it is too, thanks very much Raga. In fact there is so much of the Patha of Sri Anantadas that I myself find it a veritable ocean of Krishna Katha.