His Holiness Jayapataka Swami

A disciple of His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, founder-acharya of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness


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is widely regarded as the foremost Vedic scholar, translator, and teacher of the modern era.
Srila Prabhupada came to New York in 1965 and in twelve short years made the chanting of ‘Hare Krishna’ known throughout the world.

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List of recommended items for observing Purushottama Month

GM Purushottam Month

  • Wake up before sunrise and attend Mangal Artik
  • Perform Tulsi Puja & Parikrama
  • Chant Japa
  • Chant Extra Rounds
  • Take Ganga Bath
  • Offer Flowers to Lord Krsna
  • Offering Tulasi/ Manjaris
  • Participate in Sandhya / other Artiks
  • Offering Lamp
  • Attend Srimad Bhagavatam Class
  • Read about Krishna (BG./ others)
  • Participate in Preaching Programs
  • Offering 1-16 Items of Worship (Upacaras)
  • Attend / Organize Home Programs
  • Participate in Harinams
  • Distribute Books
  • Perform Vaisnava Seva
  • Perform Temple Seva
  • Attend / Organize Bhajans /Sangas
Srila Prabhupada
Srila Prabhupada This is expressed in a letter on the 30th January, 1969 where Srila Prabhupada explains the purpose of such months to H.H. Jayapataka Swami (at that time a Brahmacari)
“You have asked about the specialness of the month of Karttika, and the answer is that it is a special inducement for persons who are not in Krsna consciousness to perform some devotional service. For persons who are doing nothing in Krsna consciousness, it is an indirect inducement to take to devotional service in earnest seriousness, every moment is Karttika. In this connection, there is a good example that sometimes a store gives a special concession to attract new customers. But for those who are already customers there is no need of a special sale. They will purchase at any cost if they know the important value of the goods. Similarly, those who are pure devotees do not aspire for any concession, and out of spontaneous love try to engage themselves in devotional service twenty-four hours each day, three hundred and sixty five days every year, without any stoppage.”
Note: These are all recommended items for honoring Purusottama month. Some are directly taken from the Puranas and others are according to Srila Prabhupada’s directives regarding attracting newcomers to Krishna Consciousness (preaching, Harinams, book distribution, etc.) during this kind of special months. Purusottama, Vaisak or Damodara months are special occasions manifested particularly to give mercy to non-devotees.

Purusottama Month​​​​​​​​​ by His Holiness Jayapataka Swami

Reason for Purusottama Month to occur

According to the lunar calendar the year passes through 12 months in 355 days. In our solar calendar it is 365. From 355 to 365, there are 10 days of difference. So every 3 years there is one additional month that is called the month of Purusottama.

Meaning of the name Purusottama

Purusottama is a name of Krsna, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. “Purusa” is the enjoyer or Lord; Uttama is transcendental. Purusottama is “The transcendental Supreme Lord.” The 15th chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is also called Purusottama Yoga.

Description of the Purusottama Month pastime

The Pandavas would ask Lord Krsna why, if they are devotees, they had to suffer so many different tests in their lives. In one Purana it is explained that because they did not follow the month of Purusottama appropriately, they had to suffer for this offense. And Krsna also asked or suggested to follow the month of Purusottama that was coming in some time, very soon – to avoid, to cancel out all the previous offenses. Like this, the month of Purusottama had no name before, being an additional month, Adhika month in Sanskrit.

She was very frustrated because she didn’t have (anything). All the other months had offerings to the different Avataras, to Radharani, or different activities. But if it is an additional month, nothing happens in her month. There were two very special Ekadasis (in this month), but some people still thought that it was an inauspicious month. So she asked Visnu to solve her problem and Visnu took her to Goloka Vrindavan, to Lord Krsna. She was very sad that she didn’t have a goal, a purpose; she was crying. And there in Goloka Vrindavan, -the sacred abode of Lord Krsna-. Krsna told her “Why are you crying here? This is the spiritual world, here no one cries, there is no suffering.” But she had no purpose in life; she wanted to just come to His lotus feet.

So Krsna accepted her under His shelter and gave her the name of Purusottama, month of Purusottama. So whichever activity is realized in this month, spiritual or devotional, is going to have thousand times more results, or even more. It is something very special, and (Krishna says) “this month is non-different from Me”. This is why whoever does not follow, can have various obstacles in one’s life. Well, for the devotees that chant daily, follow all the regulative principles and do their devotional service, there will be no problem; but for those who are still starting, or at this moment are not very regular, it is a month in which it is the best to regularly chant the names of Hare Krsna Hare Krsna Krsna Krsna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare and improve.

Srila Prabhupada on the importance of the activities of devotional service (Sadhana) as recommended in Purusottama Month

The following are quotes and explanations on the importance of some of the items recommended during Purusottama Month. H.H. Jayapataka Swami suggested encouraging devotees to strictly follow Srila Prabhupada’s morning program since this contains most of the essential recommendations. Chanting extra rounds, helping guests to be engaged in some devotional practice and the offering of ghee lamps every day (in the same fashion of Damodara month) is particularly encouraged. Other specifications found in different sastras may be followed according to the level of advancement of the practitioner. However, the encouragement should be to attract everyone, especially new people, to perform some service as explained by Lord Krishna in the Padma Purana. Thus the extra items, in line with Srila Prabhupada’s explanations, are for the purpose of inviting newcomers to do some service for Krsna. This can be achieved by participating in preaching activities such as book distribution, home or public programs, Harinams, etc.

Rising Early, attending Mangal Aratik, chanting Japa, and reading or hearing Srimad Bhagavatam

“…And never neglect to chant your 16 rounds of beads daily, rise early without fail, attend Mangal Aratik, take bath, and follow the other regulative principles, and everything will come out very successfully, you can rest assured of that.” (Srila Prabhupada’s letter to Bhargava dasa. Los Angeles June 13th, 1972) “…that enthusiastic mood is maintained when everyone is always without fail chanting 16 rounds daily, rising early for Mangal Aratik, reading books, preaching.” (Srila Prabhupada’s letter to Trai dasa, Bombay India December 27th, 1972)

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Ganga Bath

“…there is the story of Vāmana, who, when He took three steps, stuck His foot through the covering of this universe. Water from the Causal Ocean flowed through the hole that His foot made, and it is said that that water became the river Ganges. Therefore the Ganges is accepted as the most sacred water of Viṣṇu…” (From Srila Prabhupada’s Introduction to Caitanya Caritamrita)

Tulasi Aratik and Parikrama

“…Simply by seeing, simply by touching, simply by remembering, simply by praying to, simply by bowing before, simply by hearing about, or simply by sowing the tree, there is always auspiciousness. Anyone who comes in touch with the Tulasi tree in the above mentioned ways lives eternally in the Vaikuntha world.” (Srila Prabhupada’s letter to Radhavallabha dasa. Bombay January 6, 1972).

“Whoever takes shelter of you has his wishes fulfilled. Bestowing your mercy on him, you make him a resident of Vrindavan.”- Krsna Das (Tulasi Aratik Song)

Offering of 1 to 16 items of worship (Upacaras)

The offerings of Upacaras are the medium by which you can express your devotional service. Bhakti, your love is one Upacara and the best of all Upacaras. If something is offered with bhakti it is considered as bhakti. If it is offered with the intention of gaining some fruitive result it is mixed bhakti.

(Interview with H.G. Jananivas Prabhu, Head Pujari of ISKCON Mayapur and Head of ISKCON Deity Worship Division) For more information on Upacaras please visit www.deityworship.com

Vaisnava Seva Srila Narottama dasa Thakur says,

“chadiya vaisanva seva nistara peyeche keba”: unless one serves a Vaisnava, he cannot be delivered.”- CC Madhya 1.218 PP

Lord Siva tells his wife: “My dear Pārvatī, there are different methods of worship, and out of all such methods the worship of the Supreme Person is considered to be the highest. But even higher than the worship of the Lord is the worship of the Lord’s devotees.” (Padma Purana)

Temple Seva

“…But those who are not doing, for them it is very difficult. Kṛṣṇa says… He gives the prescription that satataṁ cintayanto mām: (BG 9.14) “Always thinking of Me.” Man-manā bhava mad-bhakto mad-yājī māṁ namaskuru (BG 18.65). Here is the chance. You come to the temple, engage in the temple service. Naturally your mind will be absorbed in Kṛṣṇa. This temple is open not for making a force; just to make this process, niveśita-ātmā, always absorbed in Kṛṣṇa thought. (Srila Prabhupada Lecture on SB 1.15.33 — Los Angeles, December 11, 1973)


The Lord Himself states in the Gita (18.68–69), “For one who explains this supreme secret to the devotees, devotional service is guaranteed, and at the end, he will come back to Me. There is no servant in this world more dear to Me than he, nor will there ever be one more dear.”


“As far as charity is concerned, it is plain that charity should be given to the devotees of Kṛṣṇa who are engaged in His devotional service to spread the Kṛṣṇa philosophy, or Kṛṣṇa consciousness, throughout the world. Kṛṣṇa consciousness is a benediction to humanity. Lord Caitanya was appreciated by Rūpa Gosvāmī as the most munificent man of charity because love of Kṛṣṇa, which is very difficult to achieve, was distributed freely by Him. So if one gives some amount of his money to persons involved in distributing Kṛṣṇa consciousness, that charity, given to spread Kṛṣṇa consciousness, is the greatest charity in the world.”


Weekly Checklist for Purusottama Month

Includes Purusottam Month Checklist Explanations, General Guidelines, Srila Prabhupada’s Devotional Program and Items of Worship

Download Weekly ChecklistThis will open the checklist file, which you can download and print to write your details everyday for observing Purushottama Month

Observance of Purusottama Month 2015

Benefits of Purusottama Month from Padma and Skanda Puranas

1) Lord Sri Krsna: “Purusottama month has all the power I have to bless its observer. One who follows Purusottama vrata will destroy all his past sinful reactions. Without performing Purusottama vrata, one cannot perform pure devotional service. The value of Purusottama month is far more valuable than all other types of austerities and religious activities mentioned in the Vedas. Anyone who observes Purusottama vrata willreturn to my abode, Goloka, at the end of his life”.

2) Durvasa Muni: “Just by bathing in a holy river during Purusottama month, one becomes sinless. The glory of all other months is not equal to one-sixteenth of the glory of the Purusottama month. By bathing in a holy place, giving charity and chanting the Holy Name of Krsna during Purusottama month, all miseries are destroyed, one attains all kinds of perfection and fulfills all his desires”.

3) One Purusottama vrata equals a thousand Kartika vratas.

4) Valmiki Muni: “By observing Purusottama vrata, one attains more benefit than performing one hundred horse sacrifices. All holy places live within the body of a Purusottama month vrati. Anyone who faithfully performs Purusottama vrata will go to Goloka Vrindavan”.

5) Residence in the holy dhama in Purusottama month yields 1000 times the benefit.

6) Naimisaranya Sages: “Merciful Purusottama month acts like a desire tree to fulfill a devotee’s desire”.

7) If one sincerely worships Radha and Krsna in Purusottama month, he will attain everything.

8) One who observes Purusottama vrata, will burn up the reactions of all his bad karma and attain the direct service of Radha and Krsna.

9) Purusottama month is the best month for all spiritual advancement because Krsna overlooks all the aparadhas.

10) Narada Muni: “Purusottama month is the best of all months, vratas and austerities. Just by faithfully hearing the glories of Purusottama month, one attains krsna-bhakti and immediately nullifies his sinful reactions. One who performs Purusottama vrata properly will attain unlimited sukrti and go to the spiritual world.

Messages on Purushottama Month

Guru Maharaja has specifically said to all his disciples and well-wishers “So as a message, I would just like to say please follow Purushottam month, chant Hare Krsna, read Srila Prabhupada’s books, stay in Prabhupada’s ISKCON and Gauranga!!!”

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GM Health Update 01/07/15 (Delhi 13:00)

Dear devotees and well-wishers,

Please accept our humble obeisances. All glories to Srila Prabhupada.

It has been a week since Guru Maharaja has been discharged from the hospital. His spirit and determination to serve Srila Prabhupada is ever increasing. He has been progressing steadily ever since. His main focus has remained on the strengthening of his muscles through regular physiotherapy. During the week Guru Maharaja has been trying to walk and for the first time he was able to walk about 90 steps last night.
Everyday we host many guests. Yesterday His Holiness Lokanath Swami visited Guru Maharaj and it was such a lovely sight to see their loving exchanges. HH brought many presents for Guru Maharaja and Guru Maharaja also offer some in exchange.

HH Lokanath Maharaj was showing Guru Maharaja his recent book, 'Vrindavana Parikrama'. And told Guru Maharaja few beautiful pastimes.

In his determination to serve Srila Prabhupada, Guru Maharaja is giving classes everyday to the devotees here. It is because of your continuous, dedicated prayers that Guru Maharaja is recovering nicely. Please continue your efforts for Purushottama month and be blessed. Prayers certainly go a long way.

On behalf of the Health team,

Ekanath Gaura Das, Health Coordinate

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Today His Holiness Lokanatha Swami Maharaja came to visit Srila Gurudeva and in evening no class but Gurudeva met devotees and replied personal question for 5 min each devotee, then offered lamp to lord Purushottama ... See MoreSee Less

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Evening darshan and class in the house of Srila Gurumaharaja and then offering lamp to lord Purusottama ... See MoreSee Less

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Now everyday Gurumaharaja gives darsan to visiting devotees also Srila Gurudeva gives small class and then offer lamp to lord purushottam. Local delhi devotees and visiting devotees relishing nectarian association with Srila Gurudeva in the house of Gurudeva in delhi. ... See MoreSee Less

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As I walked passed a security guard greeted me " Hare Krishna!", it was special. I wasn't in an ISKCON temple by the way, I was at Delhi's largest Liver Hospital.This is what happens to every devotee who walks in through this multi storied speciality hospital , and the magic being created by His Holiness Jayapataka Swami.

His holiness Jayapataka Swami has visited this hospital a number of times for receiving protein supplements and had been admitted here twice as well. His charming personality has made many staff of the hospital take advantage of the Holy Names and be favourable to Krishna's devotees. The nurses, the doctors , the guards they are all concerned for Guru Maharaj and are literally delighted to be of service to him. Read on for some experiences of the hospital staff had with Guru Maharaj.

Rajesh an experienced nurse who nursed Guru Maharaj at the Intensive Care Unit had to say this about his Holiness. "Immediately after removing the ventilator tubes ,he asked me my name , I said "Rajesh". He was still partially sedated and had been on the Ventillator for so many days. Patients in that state will hardly speak or remember. I left and got to see him after two days. When I entered he said "Rajesh"! I was stunned. I tell a patient my name so many times and they never remember. And I don't expect anyone to remember if I told them who I was when they are sedated.He is different , he is not an ordinary person." Rajesh went on to tell me that patients treat the doctors with lot of respect, but Jayapataka Swami treats all of them on par with the doctors. He said," Swamiji respects everyone."

I was waiting in the corridor to see Dr.Rakhi, the head of the Intensive Care Unit, to ask her about her experiences with Guru Maharaj.I had never met her before, when she saw me waiting she was sure happy and said "Oh it's you, are you with Swamiji? I've been wanting to see him from the time he left ICU, I feel like seeing him everyday, now you reminded me , come lets go and see him". As we took the stairs she told me what a challenge it was to treat Guru Maharaj because he was such a VIP "every move was so well thought and we were extremely cautious , we knew there are perhaps a lakh of people eagerly waiting for him", she said. She went on to tell me that it was a pleasure to treat Guru Maharaj as he was very positive and very cooperative. "Patients don't give us direction, but Swamiji gave us, and that was amazing, especially when it came to important decisions he was with us". She told me that she was not a very religious person but certainly believed that Guru Maharaj had an aura that was very attractive. "Seeing him gives me some unknown satisfaction and makes me happy" , she added.

I happened to interview doctor Lalitha, she was from the Intensive Care Unit as well. She told me that Guru Maharaj's motivation was highly commendable. "His inner strength that kept him going, his determination and sheer will power helped us treat him" she said. She was overwhelmed with Guru Maharaj's sense of humour and said that in such a critical state patients would be rather dull and passive, but Guru Maharaj was always keeping everyone around him happy with his funny jokes. "It was surprising for me to see someone in a critical condition like his, so active and positive".

It's quite remarkable to see how Guru Maharaj has captured everyone's heart. Justin another nurse told me that treating patients wasn't that easy but nursing Jayaptaka Swami was easy because he was a person with no complaints whatsoever. When he was asked what he feel about Guru Maharaj he said, "I don't know how to explain this feeling in words. When he came into the ICU I didn't know he was such a big person. But now I know." He also added that seeing Guru Maharaj made him happy, and the more he saw him the more he wanted to see him again. Tarun who now nurses Guru Maharaj in the day shift told me that for him, serving Guru Maharaj was not just his duty but his good fortune. "The kind of internal happiness when I serve Swamiji I haven't got till date with anyone else, it is my privilege to serve him", he added.

There are more people at the hospital who's life has been touched forever by this very dear servant of Srila Prabhupada. All glories to Sri Krishna Sankirtana. All glories to Srila Prabhupada.

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Temple of the Vedic Planetarium

Srila Prabhupada’s vision of a Vedic Planetarium, which would present the universe according to the Srimad Bhagavatam, the essence of all Vedic literature and Vedantic philosophy

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Various projects by His Holiness Jayapataka Swami

ISKCON Congregational Development aims to facilitate the spiritual upliftment of individuals and communities. It boasts several preaching programs such us Bhakti Vriksha,Namhatta,Damodar Program,Gita Program etc.The ministry provides consultancy ,education and networking to help this wonderful science to every home.

Namhatta – Following the precendence of HH Bhakti Vinod Thakur, one of the prominent acharyas in the Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradhaya, the Namahatta the most traditional of the congregational programs and mirrors the organization of a regular ISKCON temple with the leader and his assistants in the center. Presently there are about 2000 Nama-Hatta centres just in West Bengal, Orissa, Jharkand and Assam in Eastern India.

A dynamic program that offers a systematic process by which Krishna consciousness is presented to small groups of participants in a way that enables everyone to practice, develop and present the principles of Bhakti-yoga. The program offers regular association and mentorship with the aim of encouraging devotional association and active engagement in Bhakti.There is than thousand Bhakti Vrikshas around the world.
During the floods in West Bengal, His Holiness braved so many dangers and with not proper amenities and tools, went out of his to deliver emergency food relief to several thousands of villagers.His countless selfless service was widely appreciated by the villagers who came out in huge numbers and signed petition for his indian citizenship to the Indian Government.The program aims at distribution of nutritious Prasadam to millions of pilgrims,children and people in need. His Holiness Jayapataka Maharaja is the world chairman for ‘Food for Life’ and ISKCON’s Food Relief Programs. The descendant of Advaita Acharya himself, selected HH Jayapataka Swami Maharaja to be in charge of the annual Santipur mass prasdam distribution program.
Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura, one of the prominent acharyas in the Gaudiya Vaishnava Sampradhaya asserts that Navadvipa Mandala is the best place in the whole universe. It is especially so, in order to practice Krishna consciousness as Lord Chaitanya’s mercy is all pervading here.Lord Chaitanya, who is Krishna himself came to this world 500 years ago took birth in this holy place. Previous acharyas like Jagannatha Dasa Babaji, Bhaktivinoda Thakura, Gaurakisora Dasa Babaji and Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura gave so much importance to Navadvipa Dhama. It is said that by performing Navadvipa Mandala Parikrama, whole world will be liberated.Each year witnesses more than 8000 devotees participating in the parikrama and enjoying the nectarian pastimes of the Lord in the very place he performed.

Apart from the Mayapur Piligrimage, there are others such as Puri Yatra,South Indian Safari as well.

Jayapataka Swami also has recently introduced the ‘Ganges Safari’ to visit those holy places connected to Lord Caitanya which are approachable only along the river flow. Similarly he conducts a tour of holy places in India and neighbouring countries.

The Founder Acharya Srila Prabhupada, he said, “I have given you the kingdom of God. Now develop it”. His Holiness has strived for 40 years for the development of this holy land from learning Bengali to protecting the temple from dacoits, learning agriculture, working with the locals to develop Mayapur.

A Few of the Other Responsibilities of HH Jayapataka Swami Maharaja in ISKCON
1. Zonal Secretary seva in West Bengal, Orissa, Bihar, Assam, Tripura, Andhra pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Bangaldesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Atlanta, Hillsborough, Lynchburg, New Orleans, Carrierre, Colombia, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Andaman Islands, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Pondicherry and Bhutan. 2. GBC committees – Constitutional and Law Revision Committee member, ISKCON Publications Review Board Member, Mayapur-vrndavana Festival Committee member, Philosophical research group, deity worship handbook committee, GBC Incorporation Committee, Executor’s committee member, and Puri Development Committee. 3. In relation to Mayapur – Mayapur Development Committee member, Exhibits and Theme park Department Head, Land Department Head, Ganges Erosion precautions, promote Sri Mayapur worldwide, GBC zonal secretary and Co-Director.


Raising Lord Chaitanya’s temple by the hands of every devotee

An Unique Project

The Temple of the Vedic Planetarium is an ambitious and unique project to make the culture and philosophy of the Vedic tradition accessible to everyone. The construction of this temple in Mayapur, to be named the Chandrodaya Temple, has been the vision of Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder of ISKCON, and, 500 years before him, Lord Nityananda.

Vedic concept of the Universe

Three hundred and fifty acres of land are being acquired on the banks of the Ganges River for constructing a small township. The Vedic concept of the Universe, the planetary systems as described in the Srimad Bhagavatam, is to be one of the major exhibits in the Planetarium. Another unique feature is the 75-feet domed planetarium theatre, the largest of its kind in India.

Place for aspiring spiritualists

It aims to be a place for all aspiring spiritualists who are searching for answers to the questions of life. Alfred Ford has contributed a large sum towards the construction of the temple. To further raise funds for the 75 million dollar project, an appeal was made to ISKCON devotees worldwide to contribute money for a square-foot of land each. The first phase of the Temple is estimated to complete in 2016.
In difficult time we do not give up our devotional service, we stick to it and in good times we also do not give up our devotional service.

Lecture BG 2.14
1st November 2005
Atlanta, USA
Jayapataka Swami

The sankirtana movement is so spiritually pure that by remaining in its fire our consciousness will be refined to immaculate purity.

From the book:
‘Vaisnava Ke’
Verse Seventeen
Jayapataka Swami

Whether there is some difficulty or there is something good we need to do our duties, we need to do our proper Krishna conscious thing.

Lecture BG 2.14
1st November 2005
Atlanta, USA
Jayapataka Swami


There could hardly be any place in the world that His Holiness Jayapataka Swami has not traveled and hardly any service that he has not tried his hand at.
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