Sri Sanata Kumara Samhita is an ancient collection of Vedic teachings from Vaisnavite Agamas, known as Pascaratragamas. Written in beautiful poetics, Sri Sanata Kumara Samhita narrates in great detail the symptoms and characteristics of the forthcoming dark age of Kali, the Age of sorrows, disasters and suffering, the Age in which we live now, and also presents a method how to safely overcome all the mentioned suffering. Iva, presented here as the foremost teacher of mankind, is explaining to the great ancient sage Narada that the only safe path to survive in this Age of Suffering is by always remembering and chanting the holy names of the God—Mantra, cultivating love for God—Radha-Krsna, and always remembering the pastimes of the Divine Couple, here on the earth as well in Their divine abode, Goloka Vrndavana in Vaikuntha and teach the proper methods to approach Them. While the text of Sri Sanata Kumara Samhita historically has come down to us through the lineage of Kumara Sampradaya and primarily reflects the views of this tradition, it also reflects the Universal Principles of Sanatana Dharma, Vedic wisdom expressed in the universe, and it may be useful and interesting read for wide range of people. For those who share the love for God, for the Divine Couple, Radha-Krsna, who are learning how to live in our dark Age of Lust, Consumerism, Psychic problems, wars and corrupt politicians.