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Guadiya history site discribe all Gaudiya vaishnava bioraphies like Bhakti Vinoda Thakur, Bhaktisidhant Saraswati Thakur, A C Bhaktivedant Prabhupada. Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is none other then the supreme personality of Godhead Sri Krishna. He mercifully appeared about 500 hundred years ago in Bengal, India. He propounded the process of Bhakti yoga by simple chanting of the holy names of God also called sankirtan
Guadiya history site discribe all Gaudiya vaishnava bioraphies like Bhakti Vinoda Thakur, Bhaktisidhant Saraswati Thakur, A C Bhaktivedant Prabhupada. Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is none other then the supreme personality of Godhead Sri Krishna. He mercifully appeared about 500 hundred years ago in Bengal, India. He propounded the process of Bhakti yoga by simple chanting of the holy names of God also called sankirtan

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Vasudeva Ghosh

Vasudeva Ghosh (Vasu Ghosh) and his two brothers, Madhava and Govinda, are eternal associates of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu and Sri Nityananda Prabhu. Fixed in madhurya rasa, they accepted Sri Radhika as their ultimate shelter (ashraya vigraha). The brothers expertly performed sweet melodious

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Raghunatha Bhatta Goswami

   By the order of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu Raghunatha Bhatta Goswami remained a lifelong brahmachari. His service was constant chanting of Hare Krishna and reading Shrimad Bhagavatam. In Jagannatha Puri, Raghunatha satisifed Lord Gauranga by his exceptional cooking and kirtana

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Raghunatha Dasa Goswami


   Born in a dynasty of Vaishnavas, Raghunatha Dasa Goswami was the only son of a wealthy land owner. As a boy, he received Haridasa Thakura's association and blessings. At fifteen he met Lord Chaitanya. By the mercy of Lord Nityananda he renounced a beautiful wife and an

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Krishnadasa Kaviraja Goswami


   Appearing near Katva, Krishna Dasa Kaviraja left for Vrindavana after Lord Nityananda told him in a dream: are are krishnadasa, na karaha bhaya, Vrindavana yaha tanha, sarva larya haya, "0 my dear Krishnadasa, do not be afraid. Go to Vrindavana. For there you will attain

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Madhvacharya


   Shri Madhvacharya appeared in 1238 A.D. near Udupi, Karnataka in South India. He was considered an incarnation of Vayu (wind god). He had an unusually strong physique and extraordinary intellectual power. Once a fierce Bengali tiger attacked Madhvacharya's sannyasa

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Haridasa Thakura


   As Prahlada Maharaja appeared in a family of demons and Hanuman appeared as a monkey, Shri Haridasa Thakura appeared amongst the lower caste. Haridasa had a handsome form with all aristocratic features. Highly intellectual, he won all debates in Sanskrit and philosophy. Yet, he

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A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


    His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada appeared in a family of pure Gaudiya Vaisnavas in 1896 in Calcutta. From early childhood he showed signs of pure devotion to Lord Sri Krishna. At the tender age of five, he single-handedly organized a neighborhood

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Gauridasa Pandit

   "Gauridasa Pandit, the emblem of the most elevated devotional service in love of Godhead, had the greatest potency to receive and deliver such love. Making Lord Chaitanya and Lord Nityananda the Lords of his life, Gauridasa Pandit sacrificed everything for the service of Lord

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Rupa Goswami





   In 1517, Shri Rupa Goswami and Shri Sanatana Goswami, his elder brother, came to Vrindavana to fulfill four orders of Lord Chaitanya's:


   (1) Uncover Shri Krishna's lost pastime places.


   (2) Install Deities, start

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Raghunandana Thakura

   Being called away on medical business, Mukunda Dasa once asked his young son, Raghunandana, to offer the raja bhoga to the family Deity of Gopinatha. Raghunandana prepared everything timely, carefully, and with great devotion. When he made the offering he remembered his

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