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Chaitanya Mahaprabhu (IAST: Caitanya Mahāprabhu; born Vishvambhar Mishra)[1] was a 15th-century Indian saint who is considered to be the combined avatar of Radha and Krishna by his disciples and various scriptures.[2] Chaitanya Mahaprabhu's mode of worshipping Krishna with ecstatic song and dance had a profound effect on Vaishnavism in Bengal. He was also the chief proponent of the Vedantic philosophy of Achintya Bheda Abheda Tattva. Mahaprabhu founded Gaudiya Vaishnavism (a.k.a. the Brahma-Madhva-Gaudiya Sampradaya). He expounded Bhakti yoga and popularized the chanting of the Hare Krishna Maha-mantra.[3] He composed the Shikshashtakam (eight devotional prayers).[4][5]




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In the early 17th century Kalachand Vidyalankar, a disciple of Chaitanya, made his preachings popular in Bengal. He travelled throughout India popularising the gospel of anti-untouchability, social justice and mass education. He probably initiated 'Pankti Bhojon' and Krishna Sankirtan in the eastern part of Bengal. Several schools (sampradaya) have been practising it for hundreds of years. Geetashree Chabi Bandyopadhyay and Radharani Devi are among many who achieved fame by singing kirtan. The Dalits in Bengal, at that time a neglected and underprivileged caste, readily accepted his libertarian outlook and embraced the doctrine of Mahaprabhu. His disciples were known as Kalachandi Sampraday, who inspired the people to eradicate illiteracy and casteism. Many consider Kalachand as the Father of Rationalism in East Bengal (Purba Banga).[citation needed]


The festival of Kheturi, presided over by Jahnava Thakurani,[50] the wife of Nityananda, was the first time the leaders of the various branches of Chaitanya's followers assembled together. Through such festivals, members of the loosely organised tradition became acquainted with other branches along with their respective theological and practical nuances.[51] Around these times, the disciples and descendants of Nityananda and Advaita Acharya, headed by Virabhadra and Krishna respectively, started their family lineages (vamsa) to maintain the tradition. The vamsa descending from Nityananda through his son Virabhadra forms the most prominent branch of the modern Gaudiya tradition, though descendants of Advaita, along with the descendants of many other associates of Chaitanya, maintain their following especially in the rural areas of Bengal. Gopala Guru Goswami, a young associate of Chaitanya and a follower of Vakresvara Pandit, founded another branch based in Odisha. The writings of Gopala, along with those of his disciple Dhyanacandra Goswami, have had a substantial influence on the methods of internal worship in the tradition.[citation needed]


As Su Ming reached great completion of the Berserker Soul Realm, Di Tian's last clone, the magical body, appeared. He said it was the 37th time this clone came to the Land of Berserkers, but it would be the last because there were more changes than ever before and it was also the only time Su Ming was able to destroy all his clones [29]. They battled. Di Tian miscalculated Su Ming's strength because of the latter having awakened a countless number of times in the Candle Dragon's Undying and Imperishable World [23]. The Berserkers were so impressed by Su Ming's power that they were willing to die with him. Di Tian saw a rebirth of the Berserker Tribe's soul and wanted to kill them all, but the old xun maker appeared, stopped him and made Su Ming relive his reincarnation [30]. Di Tian's clone was destroyed after Su Ming entered Life Cultivation and used the Curse again against him [31]. 350c69d7ab


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