I had occasion to communicate with an old friend recently, Edwin Bryant (Advaita Prabhu Das), who teaches at Rutgers U. in New Jersey. He sent me a link to one of Pandit Haridas Sastri's books (Dina-candrika) which is now available in English. He said about this book: "Haridas Sastri wrote over 100 books on every aspect of Gaudiya theology, but I will be very happy if i can cement in this life the very basic instructions he left his disciples in his little Dina Candrika." It can be downloaded for free if one belongs to scribd.
Great! Thanks Nilamadhavadasji. I have a few more texts to add to this symposium: the final two chapters of Masson's work called the Oceanic Feeling, the opening pages of Asoke Chatterjee Sastri's book entitled Jiva Gosvamin. I want to post the whole of Sastri's work. I think is worth the read, a good introduction to Sri Jiva's works. I also want to post Sitanath Goswami's introduction to his edition of the Tattva-sandarbha. And I have a few more tricks up my sleeve coming.