Monthly Archives: April 2018

The Gaudiya Treasures of Bengal – Part 3 (An ecstatic ride across ancient spiritual Bengal): Nadia & Kalna Archives

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Offered a beautiful Saree unto Jahnava Mata on the eve of the Bengali New Year (1425)

Hare Krishna, Today we offered a beautiful new saree unto our dear Jahnava Mata at Ariadaha patbari (sripat of Gadadhara Das). It is a tradition among Bengalis that we all wear new clothes on the first day of the Bengali new year (Poila Baisakh). Today (14-April-2018) ,being the eve of the Bengali New year – 1425, was the perfect opportunity for us to make this offering unto our beloved mother. On our request ,the temple priest has kindly agreed that Srimati Jahnava devi would adorn the new Saree tomorrow (Poila Baisakh).  We consider ourselves greatly fortunate to have been provided this opportunity.

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Sri Paramesvari das Thakura’s Sripat, Antpur, Hooghly


Srila Krishnadasa Kaviraja mentions in the Adi Lila of his Caitanya Caritamrta, that Sri Paramesvari das Thakura ( sometimes also referred to as Paramesvara Das) was the fifth of the twelve cowherd boys (Dvadasha Gopala) who had appeared in order to assist Sri Gaura Nitai manifest their magnanimous pastimes. He was completely surrendered unto the lotus feet of Nityananda Prabhu. It is further revealed, that anyone who remembers his name or contemplates upon his pastimes, achieves the love of Krishna very easily. So it is for the ultimate benefit of one and all that today we are going to discuss about his wonderful pastimes and glorify this great Vaishnava saint.

paramesvara das – Nityanandaika sharana
Krishna-bhakti paya, tanre ye kare smarana
(Caitanya Caritamrta, Adi, 11.29)

From Sri Gaura Ganoddesha Dipika, we come to know that Sri Paramesvari Das Thakura was the incarnation of the cowherd boy ‘Arjuna’ (not to be confused with Arjuna – the Pandava), an intimate friend (Priya Narma sakha) of Krishna and Balarama in Vrindavana.

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