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Paramananda das's Blog – February 2019 Archive (7)

Gita Govinda sloka 1

dandavat pranams to all the vaisnava readers of Gita Govinda

All glories to the lotsufeet of my Gurudeva Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Goswami and to my param Gurudeva Srila Bhaktiprajana Kesava maharaja

All glories to our beloved Srila Prabhupada

I have been asked to write about Gita Govinda to make it more understandable to vaisnavas .My beloved Gurudeva translated Gita Govinda

into English you can find copy at Purebhakti.com or for example at Krsna path someone…

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Advaita Prakash chapter 11

dear devotees

Please accept my humble obaisences

All glories to the lotusfeet of my beloved Gurudeva Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Maharaja and to our beloved param Gurudeva Srila Prabhupada

This chapter describes the birth of Acyutananda, and here is some difference between Advaita Prakash and Caitanya Caritamrta, So if Isana Thakura the servant of Sri Advaita Acarya wrote this ,then why would he get the dates wrong about the birth of Acyutananda ? My guess is some…

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Added by Paramananda das on February 14, 2019 at 1:19pm — No Comments

Advaita Prakash chapter 12

PAMHO

AGTSP

In this chapter 12 again we see how Isana Thakura mentions that Acyutananda went to the school of Nimai Pandita in the CC we read Srila Prabhupada

rejected the idea that Acyutananda went with Lord Caitanya in the school of Gangadas .

In my comment to the previous chapter I pointed out the differences between Srila Vrindavan das Thakura and Ishana Thakura;…

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"The story of the hunter who saw Lord Nrsimha" thanks to Minketana Rama das

"The story of the hunter who saw Lord Nrsimha"

In his previous life, Padmapada was known as Sananda. Sanandana was the main student of Adi Shankara. He lived in the Chola country. Once a monk gave him the mantra of Narasimha. Sananda really wanted to see the Lord of the mantra - Narasimha. Therefore, he left his home and found a secluded place in the forest. He sat down to meditate, representing the image of the Lord of Narasimha and chanting the Narasimha mantra.

One day a…

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Caitanya Carita Kavi karnapure chapter 3

Chapter Three

1 Kam ad e v a crowned as the ruler of the kingdom of youth Lord Caitanya,

whose graceful and youthful limbs were a nectar flood of youthful handsomeness.

2 The Lo r d s t u d ied under a cheerful, learned, expert teacher named Visnu

dasa. By considering this pandita His teacher, the Lord gave great mercy to him.

How can anyone be the Lord's teacher 



3 The Lo r d a lso studied diligently under the grammarian Ganga-dasa,…

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Added by Paramananda das on February 10, 2019 at 4:00am — No Comments

Caitanya Carita Kavi karnapure chapter 2

Chapter Two

1 Splen d i d w ith many glittering jewels, and more fortunate and glorious than

all the planets of heaven, the earth goddess placed the city of Navadvipa in her

realm and set many great jewels within it.

2 Is th i s a h ost of glories that she had accumulated in one place, or is this the

famous city of Navadvipa that the earth goddess, the trees that are the hairs of her

body standing erect in ecstasy, has placed within her realm7

3…

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Caitanya Carita Kavi karnapure

Sri Caitanya-carita

The Pastimes of Lord Caitanya

Chapter One

1 Glor y t o Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who has come to the town of

Navadvipa. His form is eternal and full of knowledge and bliss. He is dark Krsna,

who danced with the fair gopis in Vrndavana forest. How have His limbs now

become fair by tightly embracing them7

2 I offe r m y r e spectful obeisances to Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, who with

showers of sweet nectar golden splendour of His limbs,…

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