Category:Disciple of a Devotee of God
Pages in category "Disciple of a Devotee of God"
The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.
- A pure devotee is neither happy nor distressed over material gain & loss, nor is he very much anxious to get a son or disciple, nor is he distressed by not getting them. If he loses anything which is very dear to him, he does not lament. BG 1972 purports
- A Vaisnava or devotee may suffer for all humanity, but the human race or a particular devotee's disciples should not take advantage of this facility and continue to commit sins
- Because the disciples of a devotee have taken shelter of a great soul, they become very calm and quiet and are not agitated by the waves of the material world
- Both Purusottama Thakura and Kanu Thakura had many disciples from brahmana families. Most of the disciplic descendants of Kanu Thakura now reside in the village named Gadabeta, by the river Silavati, in the Midnapore district
- In Jagannatha Puri Lord Caitanya lived at the house of Kasi Misra, who was the priest of the King. Later this house was inherited by Vakresvara Pandita and then by his disciple Gopalaguru Gosvami, who established a Deity of Radhakanta there
- In the Twelfth Chapter of this part (Adi lila) of the Caitanya-caritamrta there is a description of the descendants or disciplic succession of Gadadhara Pandita
- It was by his (Mukunda Datta's) endeavor that Gadadhara Pandita Gosvami became a disciple of Pundarika Vidyanidhi, as stated in Sri Caitanya-bhagavata, Madhya-khanda, Chapter Seven
- Sri Jiva Gosvami awarded the designation Kaviraja to Ramacandra Sena, a disciple of Srinivasa Acarya’s, and to Ramacandra’s younger brother Govinda
- Sri Ramacandra Kaviraja, the son of Khandavasi Ciranjiva and Sunanda, was a disciple of Srinivasa Acarya and the most intimate friend of Narottama dasa Thakura, who prayed several times for his association. His youngest brother was Govinda Kaviraja
- When he (Saranga dasa) went to the bank of the Ganges to take his bath, by chance he saw a dead body floating in the water, and he touched it with his feet. This immediately brought the body to life, and Thakura Saranga dasa accepted him as his disciple
- When Krsna eats, the entire world becomes satisfied. There is a story in the Mahabharata illustrating how by Krsna’s eating, the sixty thousand disciples of Durvasa Muni were all satisfied
- Within the temple (of Ksira-cora-gopinatha) the samadhi tomb of Rasikananda Prabhu, the chief disciple of Syamananda Gosvami, can still be found