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YADUNATHA

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YADUNATHA

 

A resident of Kulinagrama who belonged to the sakha of Lord Caitanya (CC. 1.10.80, Vaisnava Vandana of Jiva 268, Devaki 129, Vrndavanadasa 128).

 

In Padakalpataru there are sixteen padas containing the bhanita of Yadunatha. Editors Jagadvandhu Bhadra and Satisacandra Raya consider that the poet Yadu and Yadunatha are the same person and the author of Govinda-lilamrta. However, since no supporting evidence is cited for this argument, B.B. Majumdar in CCU p. 675 argues that the above mentioned persons were different people.

 

YADUNATHA KAVICANDRA

 

He belonged to the sakha of Lord Nityananda (CC. 1.11.35). Some believe that he hailed originally from either Burunga village of Srihatta or Daksinagrama of Dhaka and later settled at Kulinagrama. His father was Ratnagarbha Acarya. Yadunatha had two brothers namely Krsnananda and Jiva. Yadunatha's father and Lord Gauranga's father were residents of the same village. Yadunatha was a contemporary of Lord Gauranga (CBh. 2.1.296-300)

 

YADUNATHA DIGVIJAYI

 

According to Prema-vilasa 24 this Yadunatha entered into arguments with Haridasa Thakura and after acknowledging defeat surrendered and sought refuge at the feet of Haridasa.

 

YADUNATHA VIDYABHUSANA

 

He was a disciple of Narottama Thakura. At first he was a staunch critic of Narottama, but later he became a devout Vaisnava. (Prema-vilasa 19) (See also "Rupanarayana")

 

 

 

 

 

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