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**1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata.

  1. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.**

3. He suffered from severe diabetes which had no treatment in those days.He was advised by the doctors to live primarily on meat.

  1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata.

  2. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.

  3. He suffered from severe diabetes which had no treatment in those days.He was advised by the doctors to live primarily on meat.

**1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata.

  1. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.**

3. He suffered from severe diabetes which had no treatment in those days.He was advised by the doctors to live primarily on meat.

  1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata.

  2. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.

  3. He suffered from severe diabetes which had no treatment in those days.He was advised by the doctors to live primarily on meat.

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1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata. 2. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality. **1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata.

  1. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.**

1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata. 2. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.

**1. He lived on 'viksha' and had to eat whatever is offered as food in the West. He had little personal choice.A monk does not have to be bothered about food according to the Sannyasa Upanishad (see below) as mentioned about Sri Chaitanyadeva. Mahaprabhu Nityananda also ate fish and meat as per Sri Chaitanya Bhagavata.

  1. A Paramahansa sannyasin has to rise above every sense of duality.**
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Sri Chaitanyadeva also mentions that an GREAT AND ABLE (MahA-AdhikAri) person is beyond all types of restrictions:

suno vipra! yadi mahA-adhikAri hay/tabe tAn guna doshkichu nA janmay//(Sri Sri Chaitanya-Bhagavata, Shesha-Khanda, chapter 7).

Mahaprabhu quotes a sloka(20/36) from Srimad-Bhagavatam from Canto 11 to support His starement that says that real saints are above all virtues and vices.

This also proves that for Swamiji, no prayaschitta was needed at all.

This also proves that for Swamiji, no prayaschitta was needed at all.

Sri Chaitanyadeva also mentions that an GREAT AND ABLE (MahA-AdhikAri) person is beyond all types of restrictions:

suno vipra! yadi mahA-adhikAri hay/tabe tAn guna doshkichu nA janmay//(Sri Sri Chaitanya-Bhagavata, Shesha-Khanda, chapter 7).

Mahaprabhu quotes a sloka(20/36) from Srimad-Bhagavatam from Canto 11 to support His starement that says that real saints are above all virtues and vices.

This also proves that for Swamiji, no prayaschitta was needed at all.

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