Prāṇeśvara


Prāṇeśvara
name (Prāṇeśvara), term (prāṇeśvara)
literally means “the lord of one’s life”, but it carries the sense of one who is infinitely more dear to one than one’s own life.

✍ I surrender this body at Your lotus feet. Prāṇeśvara, You only are my life.

✍ Śrīmatī Rādhikā’s contrary mood enables Her prāṇeśvara to relish the mellows of pastimes to their highest extent.


The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia. 2015.

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  • prāṇeśvara — name (Prāṇeśvara), term (prāṇeśvara) literally means “the lord of one’s life”, but it carries the sense of one who is infinitely more dear to one than one’s own life. ✍ I surrender this body at Your lotus feet. Prāṇeśvara, You only are my life. ✍ …   The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia