Sneha means with love (prema) and samyukta means complete engagement!
Sneha Samyukta Harinam Sankirtan is complete engagement in congregational chanting of holy names (explained and stressed by our dear Aindra Prabhu again and again in his lectures and book).
Aindra Prabhu has mercifully pulled us back to the crux of all devotional practices of Kali Yuga - that is Yuga Dharma Harinam Sankirtan!
He emphasised on Shudh Nama. Not Nama Abhasa, not Nama Aparahda but Shudh Nama! (The basic purpose of writing this article is to impel those few sincere readers to just read this article on shudh nama).
ONLY Shudh Nama is rasamayi. ONLY this gives prema. Not everybody can understand this inner meaning without taking shelter of nama sankirtan, nama japa and guru kripa.
If one is sitting in kirtan with Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Thakur, Srila Prabhupada, Aindra Prabhu or any Rasika Acharyas, then that is samyak kirtan. Samyak kirtan is kirtan done in the association of Premi Rasika Vaishnavas who know prema bhakti and are in innner confidential passtimes of Lord.
Let's say that a sankirtan is going on where there is no physical presence of Premi Rasika Vaishnavas. Then by default, that kirtan is not rasamayi but yet even nama aparadha or nama abhasa sankirtan is all enriching (as Hare Krishna Mahamantra is tarak-brahma-mantra of Kali Yuga!!!).
If a seeker is participating in that kirtan with the right mood, desire, purity and sincerity, then for them specially, the Rasika Acharyas are eternally present with them individually, and exclusively for them, the kirtan would be samyak even if nobody in that kirtan is chanting shudh nama!!
Purity is being attached to ONLY the Lotus Feet of Divine Couple (fully Krishna Conscious). There should be no ulterior motive and the seeker should be surrendered to Lord's will, desire and have an aspiration only for vraj-prema-bhakti.
Jai Jai Shri Radhe!
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