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Srila Gopala Bhatta

Sri Hari Bhakti Vilasa (Acts of Hari Bhakti) (RTF) - A joint work of Gopala Bhatta Gosvami and Sanatana Gosvami, this work was compiled on the request of Lord Caitanya to establish the rituals and rules of conduct for Gaudiya Vaishnavas.

Srila Jiva Gosvami

Sat-sandarbha (Six Treatises) - This voluminous work was compiled by Jiva Gosvami on the basis of Gopala Bhatta Gosvami's notes. Sat-sandarbha consists of six sandarbhas, namely Tattva-sandarbha (Treatise on Truth), Bhagavata-sandarbha (Treatise on God), Paramatma-sandarbha (Treatise on the Supreme Soul), Krishna-sandarbha (Treatise on Krishna), Bhakti-sandarbha (Treatise on Devotion) and Priti-sandarbha (Treatise on Love). These six treatises systematically present the teachings of Sri Caitanya along with scriptural evidence.
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Sri Bhakti-sandarbha (An Essay on Devotional Service) (Word)

Sri Bhagavat-sandarbha (An Essay on Bhagavat) (Word)

Sri Sankalpa-Kalpadruma (The Kalpadruma Tree That Fulfills All Desires) (RTF)

Sri Krsna-sandarbha (An Essay on Lord Krsna) - Volume 1 - 6 (RTF)

Sri Brahma-samhita - Chapter Five with Commentary of Srila Jiva Gosvami (Word)

Raghunatha Das Gosvami

Mukta Caritram (History of the Pearl) (RTF)

Sri Dana-keli-cintamani (The Cintamani Jewel of the Toll Pastime) (HTM)

Sri Manah-siksa (Instructions to the Mind) (Word)

Sri Sri Radhika Astottara Sata Nama Stotram (Sri Radhika's 108 Names) (HTM)

Sri Stavavali (Collected Prayers) - A compilation that includes several famous titles, including Manah Siksa, Sva-Niyama Dasakam, and Vilapa Kusumanjali, which are often separately published.

Sri Vraja-vilasa-stava (Prayers Glorifying the Lordís Pastimes in Vraja) (RTF)

Stava Mala (HTM)

Uddhava Sandesa (RTF)

Srila Rupa Gosvami

Sri Laghu-Bhagavatamrta (Brief Nectar of the Lord's Devotee) (RTF) - Condensed from of Brhad Bhagavatamrta of Sanatana Gosvami, it provides the philosophical tenets without storyline (1 Vol.) Begins with a discussion of the intrinsic nature of Krsna. The second part deals entirely with the theme of the devotee of Krsna. See detailed Purport

Mathura Mahatmya (RTF)

Sri Padyavali (Word) - This compilation of Poetry is an anthology gathered from various sources.

Sri Stava Mala (Garland of Praise) - Volumes 1,2,5,6 (RTF) - A compilation that includes several famous titles such as Gitavali, Upadesamrita and Utkalika Vallari, which are often published separately.

Sri Hansaduta (RTF)

Sri Sri Gandharva Samprarthanastakam (Word)

Sri Lalitastakam (Word)

Sri Lalita-Madhava (Playful Krsna) (RTF) - Drama about Lord Krsna's pastimes in Dvarka (2 Vols.) Lalita Madhava was originally intended to be one drama along with Vidagdha Madhava. However, Queen Satyabhama, a consort of Krishna's in the city of Dvaraka, appeared to the author, Rupa Gosvami, in a dream, and instructed him to divide his work into two separate dramas> The other, Vidagdha Madhava, describes Krsna's pastimes in Vrindavana. See detailed Purport

Sri Ujjvala-Nilamani (Sapphire of Passion) (RTF) - An extensive theological exposition on madhurya rasa (3 Vols.), a theme which the author chose not to elaborate on in his Bhakti Rasamrita Sindhu. See detailed Purport

Sri Vidagdha-Madhava (Clever Madhva) (RTF) - A dramatic play based on the theme that Lord Krsna never leaves Vraja (2 Vols.) Describes Krsna's pastimes in Vrindavana. See also "Lalita Madhava". See detailed Purport

Srila Sanatana Gosvami

Sri Brihad-Bhagavatamirta (The Nectar of the Supreme) (RTF) - Santana Gosvami was instructed by Lord Caintanya to write this book, which sets forth all the tenets of acintya-bhedabheda-tattva, in story form. The first part narrates the adventures of Narada, and the second part narrates the adventures of Gopa Kumara (3.Vols.)

Sri Sri Damodarastakam (Eight Prayers to Lord Damodara) (RTF)
including commentary of Srila Sanatana Gosvami entitled Dig-Darsini-Tika