“Gīta Govinda Revisited” is an unpublished article written in 2010 by Śrīla B.G. Narasiṅgha Mahārāja.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 “Change, Change, Change!” Śrīla Narasiṅgha Mahārāja discusses a change in Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura’s poem on Hari Dāsa Ṭhākura, and goes on to discuss the controversial changes in Śrīla Prabhupāda’s original books.
"The History of the Bhagavad-gītā' by Swami B.V. Giri explains something of the background of the circumstances leading up to the war at Kurukṣetra and the various ācāryas who have commented on the Gītā. This essay was originally included in Śrīla Narasiṅgha Mahārāja's publication of the Bhagavad-gītā.
The following Bengali lecture was given by Śrīla Śrīdhara Maharaja at the Sārasvata Śravaṇa Sadana, at 7:00pm on 6th June, 1937. In this talk, Śrīla Śrīdhara Mahārāja describes the supremacy of the Śrīmad Bhāgavatam in relation to all other śāstras and how it is the essence of all religious texts. This lecture was translated by Swami B.V. Giri and Sanātana Dāsa.
(In the following discourse Śrīla Śrīdhara Mahārāja explains that one who is in the service of full-fledged theism, whatever inspiration comes in them, for the service of preaching that truth, that is more valuable than the Upaniṣads, Vedas, and other revealed scripture.
‘The Literalist’, an article written by Śrīla Narasiṅgha Mahārāja in October 2009, deals with the literal and non-literal interpretation of śāstra, looking at both sides and giving examples from a neutral perspective (taṭasthā vicāra).
‘Gītā Govinda of Jayadeva Gosvāmī' was written by Śrīla Narasiṅgha Mahārāja in September 2005. This article addresses a particular group of devotees who published an English translation of Gītā Govinda, who begged the question that is was necessary to distribute this high literature to one and all.
In "The Sārasvata Paramparā and the Caste-Brāhmaṇa Guru" Swami B.V. Giri refutes the arguments of a gentleman who claims that only a born brāhmaṇa has the right to become a guru in the Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava sampradāya.
In "Advaita Prakāśa Reviewed" Swami B.V. Giri looks at the details found in a supposedly bona-fide Gauḍīya Vaiṣṇava text about Śrī Advaita Ācārya and explains how it is a modern day fabrication by the Advaita-vaṁśa.