How much?

In short, my dear readers, what distinguishes the late Hayagriva from Jayadvaita, the imposter, is HONESTY, in Sanskrit language “arjavam.” While Hayagriva’s rendition of Bhagavad-gita As It Is may not be perfect, Hayagriva Prabhu deserves our respect for his honesty, while the imposter Jayadvaita Swami deserves our full condemnation for his deliberate deceit. Please draw your own conclusions. Jayadvaita’s thinking is stereotyped thinking. Stereotyped thinking is fake thinking. Nothing, not even Srila Prabhupada’s transcendental parampara words or vani, must overdraw the artificial limits he has set to fulfill his hidden agenda and to mislead and cheat the whole world and give ISKCON a bad name. We must indeed be careful not to become his instrument for word jugglery and thus become a shareholder in the blame. Jayadvaita is a maha-hypocrite because he dared to censur Srila Prabhupadause use of the word “subversive”, whereas he is SUBVERTER NUMBER ONE.

Bhagavad-gita 18.42 is one of its key verses. It is a key verse because it defines the Brahmin. BGAII V 3, 18.42 reads as follows: “Peacefulness, self-control, austerity, purity, tolerance, honesty, knowledge, wisdom and religiousness — these are the natural qualities by which the Brahmins work.” In this verse, the Sanskrit antecedent for honesty is “arjavam”, a very important word to be thoroughly understood and important quality to be adhered to for peaceful social interaction. And finally “arjavam” is a characteristic of the Brahmin class as per the verse itself. There are many editorial facts to establish Jayadvaita is an imposter. He definitely will not pass the test of arjavam and I have given a good account of his editorial underhandedness in my article: https://krishnaculture.org/2021/11/27/down-with-jayadvaita-svami-and-down-with-his-bhagavad-gita-as-it-is-not/.

But what has motivated me to write the present article is a new discovery in BGAII OT 9.33, purport, where Srila Prabhupada dictates: “Some of the philosophers, especially the minor philosophers, say that this world is false….” The faithful and honest Hayagriva Prabhu does not change a single word of it and renders: “Some of the philosophers, especially the minor philosophers, say that this world is false….” in the 1972 Macmillan edition. But the cunning imposter Jayadvaita sees it otherwise and renders: ” Some philosophers, especially Mayavadi philosophers, say that this world is false …..” He applied a similar fake change formula to verse BGAII 9.11, a fateful combination of numbers.

Many times while in close association with ISKCON, I had this impression that the “evil Mayavadis” are portrayed as the source of and scapegoats for all ills, wrongdoings, and faults of the world. This senseless and hypocritical Mayavadi bashing is superbly illustrated here by the imposter Jayadvaita. But this is not the real point. The real point is far worse. The real point is that the imposter Jayadvaita negates the fact that there are minor and major philosophers. According to him, the philosophers class is one. And you have guessed by now who is number ONE philosopher, right? Number one philosopher is the imposter Jayadvaita, of course. Never mind Srila Prabhupada, never mind Sankaracarya, never mind other great Acharyas who have commented on the Gita, number one Bhagavad-gita Acharya is Jayadvaita, the imposter. Imposter Jayadvaita is absolute number one Bhagavad-gita Acharya, whereas, in reality, he is simply number one imposter. In the Bhagavad-gita, Srila Prabhupada mentions the imposter Kapila. Here we have imposter Jayadvaita. And all this nonsense impostor plagiarization he accomplishes on Srila Prabhupad’s account. What a parasite! He is like the mosquito in he guise of a friendly buterfly, trying to suck the king’s blood. Slap him off! Down with him!

Because Jayadvaita is too stupid, too crooked, and too much of a coward to handle the stark realities of life, he distorts reality to suit himself only. He lives in Dreamworld, just like the French Queen Marie Antoinette. When she was asked what to feed the people too poor to afford bread, she callously replied let them get cake. Later she was executed by guillotine. He is like the frog in the well who reduces life to his well-reality but still foolishly aspire for world hegemony. The French seventeenth-century fable writer La Fontaine tells about the frog’s aspiration to become as big as the bull. The frog finally explodes in hundreds of fragments.

This is the age of information. But the imposter Jayadvaita wants to reverse this trend. He is a most reactionary and crooked individual and by suppressing most precious transcendental information, he wants to keep you all in ignorance and basically kill your chances for liberation. His under-the-table agenda is to either suppress bona fide transcendental information and / or supply fake so-called bogus transcendental information of his own making. His secret and time wasting agenda is to cloud and confuse. the C&C policy. What a rascal cheater Jayadvaita is! In the good old western US movies, these types of people quickly finish with one or several holes in the head or elsewhere, on the principle of justice. Down with the imposter Jayadvaita!!!

So either we are a victim or an accomplice of this masterful, worldwide deceit and I suppose it will be for each and every member of ISKCON, including management, to decide for him or herself on which side he or she stands. We just hope that the management will facilitate things in order to avoid mental agonies to so many honest devotees.

My apologies to Jayadvaita Swami! Bhagavad-gita speaks for itself on Satyam or truthfulness. BGAII V3 10.4-5, purport: “Satyam means things should be presented as they are for the benefit of others.Things should not be misrepresented. In the social convention, they say that we can speak truth only which is palatable to others. But that is not truth speaking. Truth speaking should be straight and forward, so that others will understand actually what the thing is. Suppose a man is a thief. Now if a person is warned that he is a thief, that is truth. But because it is unpalatable, because a man thinks that if I find out that man is a thief it is unpalatable, therefore I shall not speak, but that is not truthfulness. Truthfulness means things should be presented as they are for the benefit of others. That is the definition of truth.”  

Jayadvaita has also at least on one occasion broken the Guru-tattva rule, that in one’s physical presence, a disciple cannot accept his own disciples. What other rules has he broken??? His Holiness Kadambakanana Maharaja is certainly a great kirtan leader and is the individual in question. He was once the oject of an assasination attempt in Vrndavan, India. He is a pretty straight forward talker Dutch national. This law of Guru Tattva is confirmed in a Prabhupada letter to His disciple Tusta Krishna and this letter is otherwise full of Guru Tattva:

New Delhi
2 December, 1975

My Dear Tusta Krishna Swami,
Please accept my blessings. I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter dated 21 November, 1975. Every student is expected to become Acarya. Acarya means one who knows the scriptural injunctions and follows them practically in life, and teaches them to his disciples. I have given you sannyasa with the great hope that in my absence you will preach the cult thruout the world and thus become recognized by Krishna as the most sincere servant of the Lord. So I’m very pleased that you have not deviated from the principles I have taught, and thus with power of attorney go on preaching Krishna consciousness, that will make me very happy as it is confirmed in the Guru vastakam yasya prasadat bhagavata prasadah just by satisfying your Spiritual Master who is accepted as the bona fide representative of the Lord you satisfy Krishna immediately without any doubt.
I am very glad to inform you that Sudama Vipra Maharaja is also now following my principles. So I am very very happy to receive all this news. Thank you very very much.
Keep trained up very rigidly and then you are bona fide Guru, and you can accept disciples on the same principle. But as a matter of etiquette it is the custom that during the lifetime of your Spiritual master you bring the prospective disciples to him, and in his absence or disappearance you can accept disciples without any limitation. This is the law of disciplic succession. I want to see my disciples become bona fide Spiritual Master and spread Krishna consciousness very widely, that will make me and Krishna very happy.
I hope this letter finds you well,
Your ever well wisher,
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami

In other words Jayadvaita has broken “the law of disciple succession.”


To counter Jayadvaita’s reactionary mentality and actions, I would like to finish this article with Srila Prabhupada’s progressive transcendental words from the Preface of His Srimad-Bhagavatam:

“We must know the present need of human society. And what is that need? Human society is no longer bounded by geographical limits to particular countries or communities. Human society is broader than in the Middle Ages, and the world tendency is toward one state or one human society. The ideals of spiritual communism, according to Srimad-Bhagavatam, are based more or less on the oneness of the entire human society, nay, of the entire energy of living beings. The need is felt by great thinkers to make this a successful ideology. Srimad-Bhagavatam will fill this need in human society. It begins, therefore, with an aphorism of Vedanta philosophy, janmady asya yatah, [SB 1.1.1] to establish the ideal of a common cause.
Human society, at the present moment, is not in the darkness of oblivion. It has made rapid progress in the fields of material comforts, education and economic development throughout the entire world. But there is a pinprick somewhere in the social body at large, and therefore there are large-scale quarrels, even over less important issues. There is need of a clue as to how humanity can become one in peace, friendship and prosperity with a common cause. Srimad-Bhagavatam will fill this need, for it is a cultural presentation for the respiritualization of the entire human society.

Srimad-Bhagavatam should be introduced also in the schools and colleges, for it is recommended by the great student-devotee Prahlada Maharaja in order to change the demoniac face of society.

kaumara acaret prajno
dharman bhagavatan iha
durlabham manusam janma
tad apy adhruvam arthadam
(SB 7.6.1)

Disparity in human society is due to lack of principles in a godless civilization. There is God, or the almighty one, from whom everything emanates, by whom everything is maintained and in whom everything is merged to rest. Material science has tried to find the ultimate source of creation very insufficiently, but it is a fact that there is one ultimate source of everything that be. This ultimate source is explained rationally and authoritatively in the beautiful Bhagavatam, or Srimad-Bhagavatam.
Srimad-Bhagavatam is the transcendental science not only for knowing the ultimate source of everything but also for knowing our relation with Him and our duty toward perfection of the human society on the basis of this perfect knowledge. It is powerful reading matter in the Sanskrit language, and it is now rendered into English elaborately so that simply by a careful reading one will know God perfectly well, so much so that the reader will be sufficiently educated to defend himself from the onslaught of atheists. Over and above this, the reader will be able to convert others to accepting God as a concrete principle.”

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