Initianally these text were only circulated in small circles of about 40 devotee frineds, but as time went by it spread more and more, and Maharaja received several encouraging messages to make these texts available in large, so he compiled his writings into a book, originally being planned to be released in 2004, but then being enlarged with more entries it was first printed in 2007.
In the foreword Satsvarupa Das Goswami writes: Throughout the journal, we see Dhanurdara Maharaja constantly discovering new places or redicovering old ones in Vrindavana. He is an old resident there, but despite that long familiarity, he seems to see Vrindavana – and shares the same vision with us – with ever-increasing wonder . . . As we read his day-to-day accounts, we are treated to many of his deep realizations on such topics as japa, faith, and the meaning of Krishna conscious life.