Could you explain the Sad Bhuja form of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu ?


The form of Sad-bhuja, the six-armed Lord Gaurasundara, is a representation of three incarnations. The form of Sri Ramacandra is symbolized by a bow in one hand and an arrow in another, the form of Lord Sri Krsna is symbolized by a stick and a flute like those generally held by a cowherd boy, and Lord Caitanya Mahäprabhu is symbolized by a sannyasa-danda and a kamandalu, or waterpot.

Source : Caitanya Caritamrta Ādi 17.12


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