BanglaHunt Desk: Chaitanya Mahaprabhu is a popular Vaishnava monk and religious leader from East and North India. He was born in the Vedic Brahmin family of Sridham Navadwip in Nadia of Gaurbanga during the lunar eclipse in Sinhala on the eve of the Falguni full moon. His father was Pandit Srijagannath Mishra and his mother was Mrs. Sachidevi. He was known as a religious leader of Vaishnavism.
Chaitanyadev's real name was Srivisvambhara Mishra. Gaining a lot of knowledge from an early age, he became known as a renowned scholar. His first wife was Lakshmipriyadevi. The Vaisnavas consider him to be the twin lover of Sriradhakrishna. He gradually popularized the Harinam mantra among the people. And he preached the worship of the Absolute Being in the form of Radha and Krishna.
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare.
Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare ..
According to the Puranas, Sri Chaitanyadev went to Shantipur to visit Sachimata within a year after taking sannyasa. From there he was to move to Puridham. But he abruptly canceled his journey to Puri and expressed his desire to stay in Navadwip. Although Bishnupriya Devi was at home at that time, he did not see his wife's face. His reason was that the monks had no neon to face his wife. So Mahaprabhu stood in the yard and looked at the sky. Then his wife and husband bowed down and saw that the Lord had left a pair of his shoes. On the same night, Bishnupriya Devi made a wooden idol from the neem tree of Janmavit as per her mother's dream and started worshiping Paduka with her.
Worshiping. Monks do not have rules for seeing the face of the wife. So Mahaprabhu was standing in the yard and looking at the sky. Vishnupriya Devi left the house and went to bow to her husband. As soon as the prostration was over, Vishnupriyadevi saw that Mahaprabhu had left a pair of shoes. There is no Mahaprabhu in front. On that night, Vishnupriyadevi received a dream order from her mother to make a wooden idol from the neem tree of Janmavit and to worship it, and also to wear shoes. Since then, Mahaprabhu's shoes have been worshiped.
Among the books of poetry based on the biography of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu are Sri Sri Chaitanya Charitamrita by Sri Krishnadas Kabiraj Goswami, Srimad Chaitanya Bhagavata by Sri Vrindavan Das Tagore, and Sri Sri Chaitanya Mangal by Srilochana Das Tagore.