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Junary 9, 2013. Sri Mahesa Pandita disappearance

"He who was previously a very munificent cowherd boy has now appeared as Mahesa Pandita. In ecstatic love, he dances like a madman as though intoxicated to the beat of a kettle drum. [C.C. Adi 11.32]

According to Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika, Mahesa Pandita was formerly Maha-Bahusakha in Krsna-lila. He was a companion of Nityananda Prabhu, and was present at the Danda Mahotsava held at Paninati.

In Bhakti-Ratnakara, Taranga Nine, it is stated that when Narottama dasa Thakura came to visit Khardaha, he had darsana of the lotus feet of Mahesa Pandita.

Vrindavana dasa Thakura has described him as a 'param mahanta' due to the fact that he was very dear to Nityananda Prabhu. [C.B. Antya 5.744]

Mahesa Pandita's original Sripat at Sukh Sagor merged into the bed of the Ganges, but his worshipful deities of Sri Sri Nitai-Gauranga as well as his samadhi were moved to Palpara. There is a railway station there, between Simrali and Cakdaha stations, on the Sealdah-Krsnanagar line.

His disappearance day is on the thirteenth day of the bright fortnight in the month of Pausa.


Mahesa Pandita era uno de los doce gopalas, asociados íntimos del Señor Nityananda. Viajó y predicó con el Señor Nityananda. Vea el Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, Adi-lila 11.32

"El que antes era un pastorcillo muy generoso ha aparecido ahora como Mahesa Pandita. En el amor extático, baila como un loco como embriagado al ritmo de un tambor. [CC Adi 11.32]

Según el Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika, Mahesa Pandita era antes Maha-Bahusakha en Krsna-lila. Él era un compañero de Nityananda Prabhu, y estuvo presente en el lugar en Mahotsava Danda Paninati.

En el Bhakti-Ratnakara, Taranga Nine, se dice que cuando Narottama dasa Thakura vino a visitar Khardaha, tenía darsana de los pies de loto de Mahesa Pandita.

Vrindavana dasa Thakura le ha descrito como un "param Mahanta" debido al hecho de que era muy querido por Nityananda Prabhu. [C.B. Antya 5,744]

Sripat originales Mahesa Pandita en Sukh Sagor fusionaron en el lecho del Ganges, pero sus deidades adoración de Sri Sri Nitai-Gauranga, así como su samadhi fueron trasladados a Palpara. Hay una estación de tren de allí, entre Simrali y estaciones Cakdaha, en la línea Sealdah-Krsnanagar.

Su día de la desaparición se encuentra en el décimo tercer día de la quincena brillante del mes de Pausa.