Viśvambhara


Viśvambhara
name
one who maintains and nourishes the entire universe; a name for Caitanya Mahāprabhu

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  • Chaitania — (1486 1533) fue un santo bengalí, fundador del krisnaísmo bengalí, una de las ramas del krisnaísmo (el cual es a su vez una rama del hinduismo). Fotografía de una pintura de Cheitania, que medita en el templo de Yáganat, ca. 1900 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Caitanya — ▪ Hindu mystic also spelled  Chaitanya,  in full  Śrī Kṛṣṇa Caitanya,  or  Śrī Krishna Chaitanya,  also called  Gaurāṅga,  original name  Viśvambhara Miśra  born 1485, Navadvīpa, Bengal, India died 1533, Puri, Orissa       Hindu mystic whose mode …   Universalium

  • Caitanya — biographical name the Supreme Lord who appeared approx. five hundred years ago (1486 A.D.) in Navadvīpa, West Bengal. Although He is identical to Śrī Kṛṣṇa, He appeared with the bhāva (internal mood) and kānti (bodily complexion) of Śrīmatī… …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Śrī Caitanya — biographical name the Supreme Lord who appeared approx. five hundred years ago (1486 A.D.) in Navadvīpa, West Bengal. Although He is identical to Śrī Kṛṣṇa, He appeared with the bhāva (internal mood) and kānti (bodily complexion) of Śrīmatī… …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Mahāprabhu — biographical name the Supreme Lord who appeared approx. five hundred years ago (1486 A.D.) in Navadvīpa, West Bengal. Although He is identical to Śrī Kṛṣṇa, He appeared with the bhāva (internal mood) and kānti (bodily complexion) of Śrīmatī… …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Śrīman Mahāprabhu — biographical name the Supreme Lord who appeared approx. five hundred years ago (1486 A.D.) in Navadvīpa, West Bengal. Although He is identical to Śrī Kṛṣṇa, He appeared with the bhāva (internal mood) and kānti (bodily complexion) of Śrīmatī… …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia

  • Caitanya Mahāprabhu — biographical name the Supreme Lord who appeared approx. five hundred years ago (1486 A.D.) in Navadvīpa, West Bengal. Although He is identical to Śrī Kṛṣṇa, He appeared with the bhāva (internal mood) and kānti (bodily complexion) of Śrīmatī… …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia