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Pages in category "Kesava"
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- According to the Siddhartha-samhita there are twenty-four forms of Lord Visnu, and these forms are named according to the position of the symbols in Their four hands
- Again these quadruple forms expand three times, beginning with Kesava. That is the fulfillment of the pastime forms
- All the people then began to chant, "Hari! Hari!" and there was a great uproar. The priest in Lord Kesava's service offered Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu a garland
- At one time, Kesavaji-mandira was attacked by the emperor Aurangzeb, who constructed such a big mosque there that the temple of Kesavaji was insignificant in comparison
- In the last stage of Kali-yuga, Kalkideva, the fierce incarnation of Kesava, will descend to kill all the atheists and will save only the devotees of the Lord
- In the Mathura portion, the form of Kesava is always situated. He is represented on this earthly planet in Mathura, India, where the Kesava murti is worshiped. Similarly, there is a Purusottama form in Jagannatha Puri, in Orissa
- Kesava is described differently as holding the lotus, conch, club and disc, and Madhava is described as holding the disc, club, conch and lotus in His hands
- Kesava is the predominating Deity of Agrahayana, and Narayana is the predominating Deity of Pausa
- Kesava, whatever You have said, I accept it in total. That is surrender. No cut short
- Lord Kesava eternally resides at Mathura, and Lord Purusottama, known by the name Jagannatha, eternally resides at Nilacala
- Lord Kesava holds the lotus, conch, disc and club. Lord Narayana holds the conch, lotus, club and disc
- Lord Kesava, the proprietor of the holy place of Mathura, is the Lord of the first portion of the day, and Govinda, the Lord of Vrndavana. is the master of the second portion
- Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu chanted: Rama! Raghava! Rama! Raghava! Rama! Raghava! raksa mam. Krsna! Kesava! Krsna! Kesava! Krsna! Kesava! pahi mam
- The saintly brahmanas, being pleased with the King, said to him: O King, please meditate upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kesava. He will save us from this impending danger and arrange for our well-being
- The tilaka mark on the forehead is called Kesava, and on the stomach, chest and arms the other names are also given. These are the same names as those given the months
- There are many other forms of the Lord with varied situations of the symbols of lotus, conchshell, etc. and they are differently known as 1) Purusottama, Acyuta, Narasimha, Trivikrama, Hrsikesa, Kesava, Madhava, Aniruddha, Pradyumna, Sankarsana, Sridhara
- This calendar (according to the Vaisnava almanac) begins with the month of Margasirsa, which is equivalent to late November and early December. The Vaisnavas call this month Kesava
- Trivikrama, Kesava, Acyuta, Vasudeva, Narayana and Damodara, as recommended in the Vaisnava-tantras or Puranas, and one's family should worship strictly following the directions and regulations of arcana-vidhi
- When Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu entered the city of Mathura, He took His bath at Visrama-ghata. He then visited the birthplace of Krsna and saw the Deity named Kesavaji. He offered His respectful obeisances to this Deity
- When the demon saw his magic forces dispelled, he once again came into the presence of the PG, Kesava, & full of rage, tried to embrace Him within his arms to crush Him. But to his great amazement he found the Lord standing outside the circle of his arms