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Pages in category "Caitanya's Childhood"
The following 18 pages are in this category, out of 18 total.
- Although such pastimes appear exactly like those of an ordinary child, they should be understood as various pastimes of the Supreme Personality of Godhead
- At His birth, in His childhood and in His early and later boyhood, as well as in His youth, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, under different pleas, induced people to chant the holy name of Hari (the Hare Krsna maha-mantra)
- I have already briefly spoken about the pastimes of His birth in chronological order. Now I shall give a synopsis of His childhood pastimes
- In His childhood the Lord was taken away by two thieves outside His home
- In His childhood, when the Lord was crying He would stop immediately upon hearing the holy names Krsna and Hari
- In His first childhood pastimes the Lord turned upside down while lying on His bed, and thus He showed His parents the marks of His lotus feet
- In His original pastimes there are four divisions: balya, pauganda, kaisora and yauvana (childhood, early boyhood, later boyhood and youth)
- In this way Gaurahari performed His childhood pastimes and day after day increased the pleasure of His parents
- The Fourteenth Chapter gives some description of the Lord's childhood pastimes. The Fifteenth briefly describes the Lord's boyhood pastimes
- The thirty-first branch was Jagadisa Pandita, and the thirty-second was Hiranya Mahasaya, unto whom Lord Caitanya in His childhood showed His causeless mercy
- Their natural love for each other awakened, and although it was covered by childhood emotions, it became apparent that they were mutually attracted
- This is a synopsis of the childhood pastimes of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu, placed herewith in chronological order. Vrndavana dasa Thakura has already elaborately explained these pastimes in his book Caitanya-bhagavata
- Thus under various excuses the Lord exhibited His opulences as much as possible in His childhood, and later, after exhibiting such opulences, He hid Himself