223 Seva Kunj gully
Vrindavan, U.P. 281121
Jaya Sri Sri Guru Gauranga jayataha.
Sripad Bhaktivedanta Madhusudana Maharaja gave up family life and came to reside in Vrindavan at the tender age of 11. He took diksha and siksha from Nitya lila pravishta Om Visnupad Srila Bhakti Jivan Janardan Gosvami Maharaja and siksha and sannyasa from Nitya lila pravishta Om Visnupad Srila Bhativedanta Narayan Gosvami Maharaja.
Being fully detached from material life and naturally attracted to the scriptures, by the mercy of his Gurudevas, he quickly learned all the shastras with deep realization.
He gave his first Bhagavat Saptaha before the age of 13 and for three consecutive years, 1996, 1997, and 1998, he was awarded first place as "Best Srimad Bhagavatam Rasa Siddhanta Speaker" among all the scholars and bhaktas of Vrindavan, (from among of 50 participants) by scholars representing all four sampradayas.
In Nepal 2013, he was awarded "Vishva Bandhu” (Friend of the Whole Universe), by the Worldwide Hindu Society of Nepal. In Kashipur, India 2014 and also in 2015, he was awarded “The Jewel in the Ocean of Teachers of Bhagavatam” by Srimad Bhagavat scholars of Kashipur. In Vrindavan 2016, he was awarded Best Teacher of Religions and Culture, by the Council of the Municipality of Vrindavan. Also in Vrindavan 2016, he was awarded "Param Bhagavata and Siddhantavit" (the Ultimate speaker of Bhagavatam) by the Vrindavan Brahman Society. He has given 342 Bhagavat Saptahas to date.
He gives regular discourses on the Srimad Bhagavatam and all Gaudiya Vaisnava philosophy in Vrindavan in both Hindi and English, his speciality being his one-pointedness to our Rupanuga Guru Parampara. His resting place is in Vrindavan at the lotus feet of Gurudeva and Srimati Radhika.