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Yes, here is what the Chaitanya Charitamrita says: At Durvaśana Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu visited the temple of Lord Rāmacandra, and on the hill known as Mahendra-śaila He saw Lord Paraśurāma. Here is what Srila Prabhupada says about this verse: In Durvaśana, or Darbhaśayana (now known as Tiruppullani), which is seven miles east of Ramnad, there is a ...


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The full shloka is: न वायुः स्पर्शदोषेण नाग्निर्दहनकर्मणा । नापो मूत्रपुरीषाभ्यां नान्नदोषेण मस्करी ॥ ७२॥ It's from Sannyasa Upanishad. na vAyuH sparshadoSheNa nAgnirdahanakarmaNA . nApo mUtrapurIShAbhyA.n nAnnadoSheNa maskarI .. 72.. Note that I found some inconsistency in numbering of verses e.g. This verse is 72th according to ...


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Yes, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu definitely recommended the Srimad Bhagavatam. Here's what he says in this chapter of the Chaitanya Charitamrita: One should associate with devotees, chant the holy name of the Lord, hear Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, reside at Mathurā and worship the Deity with faith and veneration. These five limbs of devotional service are the best of ...


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Yes, it is mentioned in Chaitanya Charitamrita, Madhya Lila, Chapter-25, Verse-266, that Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam is preached by Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. śrī-bhāgavata-tattva-rasa karilā pracāre kṛṣṇa-tulya bhāgavata, jānāilā saṁsāre Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu has personally preached the transcendental truths and mellows of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam. Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam and the ...


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Manu Smriti simply mentions Yavana as a particular race which was originally a Kshatriya race. But due to omission of religious Samskaras, they degraded themselves to the status of Vratya. 10.43. But in consequence of the omission of the sacred rites, and of their not consulting Brahmanas, the following tribes of Kshatriyas have gradually sunk in this ...


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The most unambiguous reference comes in Antya Khanda of Chaitanya Bhagavata: When Chaitanya Mahaprabhu arrived in Ramakeli news quickly spread everywhere, His loud roaring, kirtana, crying, and His appeal to everyone to chant the holy name of Hari attracted the attention of even the infidels. When the local constable related the topics of this wonderful ...


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One such reference is found in the Chaitanya Bhagavata: pṛthivīte āche yata nagarādi grāma sarvatra pracāra haibe mora nāma In every town and village throughout the world, the chanting of my name will be heard. (Chaitanya Bhagavata, Antya Khanda, 4.126)


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