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Chaitnaya addition the text intersperses more than one thousand couplets from seventy-five Sanskrit sources starting with the itihasas and puranas, especially the Bhagavata and the Gita, but also numerous citations vharitamrita ritual manuals tantrapoetry kavyaaesthetic theory rasa-shastra, natakaand a host of metaphysical, commentarial, and eulogistic texts tattva, bhasya, stotra, etc.
Manuscripts are uniform and printed editions vary only slightly. Its size makes it second in length only to the slightly larger Chaitanya Bhagavata, and its organisation likewise parallels that of the Chaitanya Bhagavata. This perspective was revealed in the narrative by Ramananda Raya in the famous exchange of questions and answers about the nature of devotion 2.
Hindu texts Bengali-language literature 16th-century Indian books Gaudiya Vaishnavism Biographies about religious figures. It was written by Krishna Das Charitarmita b. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. While the Chaitanya Bhagavata concentrates on Chaitanya’s life in Navadvipa when he was still a householder devotee, the Chaitanya Charitamrta focuses on his life after renunciation in Puri charjtamrita on his pilgrimages.
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This section ends with a brief summary of the years of Chaitanya’s life up to his renunciation 1.
This inclusiveness was possible because, following the Chaitanya Bhagavata, Krsnadasa declared Chaitanya not to be simply a descent charitakrita God, but svayang bhagavan, the complete godhead, which meant that Chaitanya was the avatarin that included all forms of descent.
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Vrindavana Dasa Thakura Vyasa Valmiki. The sheer volume of the text undoubtedly contributed to its influence, for in its chaitanta critical edition the text stretches to approximately 24, lines of Bengali, written primarily in payara couplet with numerous passages in tripadi or three-footed metre.
Retrieved from ” https: Views View Edit History. Because it is encyclopedic, it is the most often reproduced text within the tradition and serves as a theological standard against which all other writings are measured.
Part of a series on. Intertwined with the stories of Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s life are philosophical conversations detailing the process of Bhakti yogawith special attention given to congregational chanting of Krishna ‘s names and the Hare Krishna Maha Mantra.
The madhya lila details his renunciation 2. In the conversation with Chand Kazi the word ‘ hindu ‘ is used repeatedly for inhabitants of Nabadwip who were not Muslims.
This page was last vhaitanya on 21 Julyat Its popularity during this period can be attributed bengaoi the propagation of three Vaishnava preachers called Narottama DasaShyamananda and Srinivasa who were trained by Jiva Goswami and Krishna Dasa Kaviraja himself. He published a deluxe volume English edition of the work through his Bhaktivedanta Book Trust with his own commentary based upon the Amrita Pravaha and Anubhasya commentaries of Bhaktivinoda Thakur and Srila Bhaktisiddhanta.
Any of these dates place the text at the end of the creative period of Chaitanya hagiography, which began in Sanskrit with Murari Gupta’s Krsna Chaitanyacharitamrta or Kadacha c and the Bengali chaitanya bhagavata of Vrndavana Dasa c mids.
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