Main Purpose of Sannyasa Life

The main purpose of sannyasa life is to be in constant companionship with the Supreme Lord, either by thinking of Him within the heart or hearing of Him through aural reception.
Purport on SB 3.24.35

Difference Between Japa and Kirtana

When a Vedic mantra is chanted within the mouth so that only the chanter can hear, the chanting is called japa. But when such mantras are chanted loudly, it is called kirtana.
Purport on Srimad Bhagavatam 3.14.32

Yajna Recommended By Lord Chaitanya

Lord Chaitanya, however, has recommended only one yajna, or sacrifice, called the sankirtana-yajna, the chanting of Hare Krishna, in which everyone can take part. Thus both devotees and fruitive workers can derive equal benefit from the performances of sankirtana-yajna.
Purport on Srimad bhagavatam 1.16.20

Being Very, Very Happy

If the surface of the globe is overflooded with the chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra, the people of the world will be very, very happy.
Purport on Srimad Bhagavatam on 4.24.10

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