abhidheya


abhidheya
comes from the verbal root abhidhā, which means “to set forth or explain”, and the word abhidheya literally means “that which is worthy of explanation.” The means by which kṛṣṇa-prema can be achieved is the fundamental truth (tattva) that is most worthy of explanation. The means by which the ultimate goal is achieved, is the practice of sādhana-bhakti

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