In this article, Swami B.V. Giri describes in detail the characteristics of the three types of offenders to Śrī Guru - the guru-tyāgī, guru-bhogī and guru-drohī, and cites the previous ācāryas in explaining the serious offence of guru-avajñā, disobeying the order of the spiritual master.
‘The Golden Age of the Saṅkīrtana Movement’ was written by Śrīla Narasiṅgha Mahārāja in 1999 in response to over-zealous devotees claiming that Śrīla Prabhupāda had been predicted in the Vedic literature and in particular, in Caitanya-maṅgala by Locana Dāsa Ṭhākura. This article was later published in the books ‘Prākṛta-rasa Āraṇya-chediṇī’ and ‘Prabhupāda Vijaya’.
“Gīta Govinda Revisited” is an unpublished article written in 2010 by Śrīla B.G. Narasiṅgha Mahārāja. In this essay, Narasiṅgha Mahārāja answers a devotee’s questions concerning Jayadeva Gosvāmī’s work who asks if the warnings given by Śrīla Śrīdhara Mahārāja and other ācāryas concerning higher literature are still relevant today. This follows another article on the same topic Gītā-Govinda of Jayadeva Gosvāmī
In 'Dīkṣā Names and Feelings of the Heart' written in January 1998, Śrīla B.G. Narasiṅgha Mahārāja answers the question that many ask in regards to śikṣā-gurus and “name changes” amongst previously initiated devotees.
This comedy was written by Śrīla A.C. Bhaktivedānta Swami Prabhupāda in 1953 and published in the Gauḍīya Pātrikā, Vol.5, Issue 1. In this play Prabhupāda pokes fun at the so-called ‘renunciation’ of a popular religious institution whom he refers to as the Murgi Mission (‘Chicken Mission’) due to their non-veg diet. This has been translated for the first time into English by Sanātana Dāsa and Parameśvarī Dāsī.
In this previously unpublished essay written by Swami B.G. Narasiṅgha Mahārāja on August 11th 2010, Mahārāja answers the question ‘ How many misconceptions does it take to make one a sahajiyā?” and presents a short quiz at the end of his article.
'The Change Disease' by Gaura Gopāla Dāsa highlights the magnitude of the changes that have been made to the books of Śrīla A.C. Bhaktivedānta Swami Prabhupāda and what kind of problems are caused by this diseased mentality of thinking one knows better than their guru.
Swami B.V. Giri replies to a question concerning the bhāgavat-paramparā as presented by an ācārya in a recent publication, and asks whether the author is trying to ingratiate himself with the sahajiyās and caste-gosvāmīs.
In this article 'Śrīla Prabhupāda – in a Class by Himself?', adapted from a class given on Prabhupāda’s disappearance day at Rūpānuga Bhajana Āśrama, Vṛndāvana in 1995, Śrīla Narasiṅgha Mahārāja explains some of the misunderstandings concerning guru-tattva and Śrīla Prabhupāda - in particular that Prabhupāda is 'in a class by himself' without any association of his peers.