Sri Gauranga, the Moon of Navadvipa, is manifest in His own abode during eight periods of each and every day. His pastimes during these periods should first be remembered by meditative devotees before they visualize the simultaneously-occurring pastimes of Sri Krishna, the Moon of Gokula. If someone lovingly reads or recites the Lord's eternal daily pastimes as they are illuminated in the ten verses of this prayer, then the Lord is perpetually pleased with that person, by His own merciful compassion.
The masterpiece of Sri Jiva Goswami, describing bhakti-tattva, Krsna's qualities, separation and love of the people of Vrindavana, and also janma (birth) and nitya-lila of Krishna. Full, complete version with all 5 chapters.
Sri Lalita Madhava (excerpts) nataka by Sri Rupa Gosvami. This play describes the divine, confidential, transcendental pastimes performed by Radha and Krishna. ! For sincere vaisnava devotees only. The rest (those who are not qualified to read such literature) will not receive any benefit from reading, and vice versa will harm their spiritual life. Please, be careful !
Sri Vidagdha-Madhava nataka by Sri Rupa Gosvami with a commentary by Srila Krishnadeva Sarvabhauma (sometimes mistakenly attributed to Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakur) This play describes the divine, confidential, transcendental amorous pastimes performed by Radha and Krishna in Vrindavana.