"somebody has written something
and he is also writing the same thing no."
This Gaudiya Sampradaya did not take, unnecessary trouble again. The acarya sampradaya if my previous acarya has written something so, he will not touch those points but he will write something which can develop further, that is acarya. Not that, chewing the chewed somebody has written something and he is also writing the same thing no. If he at all writes he'll write something which will beautify or glorify or magnify the former idea that is the... So this vaisnava sampradaya did not write commentary on the Vedanta Sutra because they knew that already Vyasadeva our original guru he has already written Srimad Bhagavatam and Caitanya Mahaprabhu has recommended, And it is stated in the Srimad Bhagavatam ' bhasya ayam brahma sutranam this the real commentary on the Brahma Sutra, but those who are smarta brahmin they objected in Jaipur.....This is the acarya that unless I am authorized, unless I am empowered how I can write, this is vaisnava, not that because I have got some ABCD knowledge I can write something no !....Anyone he has got some ABCD knowledge he thinks I can write something, no. You cannot write anything unless you are authorised by the disciplic succession, you have no access in it.
[This quote is taken from the lecture tape 70-005 side B,
entitled Vedanta Sutra. It is not available on the Vedabase]
Note: Srila Prabhupada was authorized and fully empowered to write his books. He wrote to beautify or glorify or magnify the former idea. Over the next 10,000 years his writings will completely fulfil the desire of Caitanya Mahaprabhu and the previous acarya's that in every town and village of the world the holy name of the Lord will be broadcast and everyone should become a perfect Vaisnava.
When Caitanya Mahaprabhu said that all over the world His message will be broadcast, does it mean that it will be simply a cinema show? No. He wanted that everyone should become perfect Vaisnava.
(His Divine Grace Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Gosvami Prabhupada's Appearance Day, Lecture Atlanta, March 2, 1975)
Note: On the other hand Narayana Maharaja with his ABCD knowledge thinks he can write something but actually he cannot. He is not authorized by the disciplic succession and has no access in it !
Srila Prabhupada has already written the Bhagavad-gita as it is and he wanted that this book and all his other books be published into all the languages of the world.


These books are the life of human society. Others may be disturbed, but they cannot disturb this Srimad-Bhagavatam. Let any man come, but here they cannot touch. We are putting these books for deliberation before the topmost thinkers of human society. Therefore, I have to see that in all languages all of our books are published. If we strain, and if he takes one book home, some day people will come to understand what valuable knowledge they have received. It is transcendental literature. Nobody can challenge it. It is done so nicely, without any spot, the spotless Purana. Please continue like this to print books in all the languages for the benefit of suffering, misdirected humanity.

(S.P.L. to Puranjana, 4th May, 1976)

Side note: So if Puranjana dasa would have followed this instruction, then maybe he would have purified the material desire to sit in Tamul's seat.

Please print as many books as possible, this is my real pleasure. By printing these books of our Krsna Conscious philosophy in so many different languages we can actually inject our movement into the masses of persons all over the world, especially there in the western countries and we can literally turn whole nations into Krsna Conscious nations.

(S.P.L. to Hrdayananda Maharaja, 21st December, 1974)

Note: Therefore Narayana Maharaja's repeating writing the Bhagavad-gita when it is already written by Srila Prabhupada and the clear fact that Srila Prabhupada wanted his Bhagavad-gita published into all the languages of the world proves without doubt that this rascal face Narayana Maharaja is simply writing for personal sense gratification or to try outdo Srila Prabhupada.

He is an offensive rascal demon and will have his face kicked with steal boots ! [Yamaraja's of course]
"one should not repeat."
TRANSLATION: This incident has been described in detail by Vrndavana dasa Thakura. Therefore I have described it only in brief.
PURPORT: This is a matter of etiquette. If a previous acarya has already written about something, there is no need to repeat it for personal sense gratification or to outdo the previous acarya. Unless there is some definite improvement, one should not repeat.
(C.C. Madhya 12.150)