Guru Maharaj composed the following verse, and only he was able to:
have never seen in any book from Mahaprabhu's time right up to Srila
Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Thakur's time the type of explanation
of Gayatri as given by Srila Guru Maharaj. Actually, Mahaprabhu
is our parent, and the seeds came from Krishna. Madhavendra Puri was
the sprout of those seeds, Mahaprabhu was the actual tree, and the
fruits are Rupa Goswami, Sanatan Goswami, and others. Srila Guru Maharaj
is also in the line of the fruits. It is not that the persons are
the fruits, but what they gave are the fruits of Mahaprabhu's conception.
gayatri muralista-kirtana-dhanam radhapadam dhimahi
is the very gist of Gayatri, and from that Om come merciful rays
like the rays of the sun. Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math, where always
Sankirtan is going on, is inside the flute of Krishna, and from
there comes this sound Om. Om, the meaning of Gayatri, is coming
from Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math, and from here the explanation
of Gayatri has been given by Srila Guru Maharaj: gayatri
muralista-kirtana-dhanam radhapadam dhimahi.
position of Srila Guru Maharaj is like the water; the servitors
of Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math are like lotuses; and the position
of the worshipful Supreme Personality of Godhead is the Divine Form
of Radha-Krishna-Om. Everything is within Om. Om is coming from
the flute of Krishna, and the meaning of Om, of Gayatri, is: gayatri
muralista-kirtana-dhanam radhapadam dhimahi. Krishna's flute
does not make any other tune except the glorification of Srimati
Radharani, and that is the real meaning and gist of the Gayatri
Mantram. The sun's merciful rays give nourishment to the lotus,
but if there is no water then the lotus will be burnt by the rays
of the sun.
flute is the special symbol of Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math. Before
we adopted the flute as our symbol, it was not to be found anywhere.
Now many others also have copied this, but it first came from here,
Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math. What is the song of the flute? It is
the glorification of Srimati Radharani by Sri Krishna -- and this
is depicted in the logo of Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Math.