Aims & Objects
The Mission present before the mass genuine teachings of Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and intends to foster the spiritual welfare of all souls irrespective of their caste and assist them in the study of the philosophy as propounded by Him. The elementary objective of the Members of the Mission is to learn, assimilate, practice and propagate the spirit and the teachings of the Vaishnava faith as described in the Srimad Bhagvatam, which was also preached and propounded by bhakti saint Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and practiced and taught by the Gaudiya Vaishnava Acharyas for moral and spiritual upliftment of mankind at a larger scale.
Srila Thakur Bhakti Vinode endowed his life’s mission to his successor Om Vishnupad Paramahamsa 108 Sri Srimad Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Goswami Prabhupad who appeared in 1874 A.D. at Sri Purushottam Kshetra, Puri. The line of work was started by Srila Bhaktivinode which received great impetus and was successfully pushed on all quarters by Sri Srimad Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Goswami Prabhupad, a true saint of the 20th century. To widespread teachings of Srila Thakur Bhakti Vinode in its pure and un-alloyed form, Srila Saraswati Goswami Prabhupad established numerous preaching centers across India and abroad and published numerous books and periodicals on Krishna Consciousness
Sree Chaitanya in different languages.
The chief aim of the Mission is to practise and propagate the spirit and teachings of pure Vaishnava faith as described in the Srimad Bhagavatam propounded and propagated by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and taught by Gaudiya Vaishnav Acharyas.
The basic principles of the Mission grounds on the Divine Love which can be attained by cultivating the function of the soul as distinct from those of the body and the material mind. The limitations that disrupt the activities of the body and the mind are not found in their baleful forms on the plane of the soul. These limitations can neither be vanquished nor abolished, but they can only be transcended by realization of the fact that the soul itself is distinct from the body and the mind with which the fallen souls so inevitably tend to identify themselves in their conditioned state.
Bhakti saint Mahaprabhu, Sri Krishna Chaitanya, taught the fallen souls that true conduct of life consists in the proper and Godly use of every object of the world in the service of Godhead without any personal attachment for them. A veracious devotee of the Divine personality of God is neither an enjoyer nor a renouncer. He is a servitor of the Omnipotent Lord in whose service he utilizes all the materials of the world and of whom he is but an infinitesimal part inseparably attached to Him by the bond of Love. Proffering loving service to the Lord he requires the benign guidance of a genuine spiritual teacher, who is inseparably attached to the Supreme Lord.