Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura – Disappearance

Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura

Lord Nityananda had Parameshvara Dasa entirely at his mercy. He accompanied the Lord everywhere he went. Those who recall Shrila Krishna’s name Parameshvara Dasa would be able to obtain Krishna’s love, according to Shrila Krishna Dasa Kaviraj, effortlessly. Lets know about Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura.

 

Similarly, Sri Parameshvara Dasa Thakura offered Shri Jahnava Mata his humble service. The deity of Radharani sent by Jahnava Mata for Govindaji was escorted by him. Arjuna is one of the Dvadasha goals in Krishna Lila, Parameshvara Dasa. At the end of the 64 Samadhis Area is his samadhi.

 

History of Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura

 

In a family of doctors, the History of Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura started. His Shripat is located at Sitapur, which was on the Chanpandanga branch of the Sitapur railway line, on the Howrah-Amrah rail route. This line’s rail service has been terminated. There is a direct bus from Howrah station, and the trip takes roughly two hours. Vishakhala used to be the name of Sitapur. At his Shripat, the appearance of Radha-Kunda is still in residence. The Samadhi Mandira of Parameshvara Thakura stands between two Bakul trees in front of the Temple.

 

What has Sri Vrindavana Dasa Thakura Written?

 

Kaviraj Goswami states: “Parameshvara Das, the fifth Gopala of Lord Krishna Lila, is reported to have entirely resigned to Nityananda’s lotus feet in complete submission. Anyone who recalls his name, Parameshvara Data, would quickly fall in love with Krishna.”

 

Shri Kavi Karnapura Goswami says Nagarjuna Prag Yo Dash Parameswaran means “Arjuna was formerly Shri Krishna’s cowherd buddy,” and “Parameshvara Dasa Thakura was previously Shri Krishna’s cowherd friend.”

 

Shri Vrindavana Dasa Thakura has penned the following:

 

“Nityananda jivan paramesvar das

jahar vigrahe nityananda vilasa

krsna das paramesvar das dvi jon

gopabhave hoi hoi kore sarvakkon.”

 

Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura

 

Parameshvara represents Lord Nityananda’s life, and his shape (body) is the site of his pastimes. Krishna Dasa and Paramesvara, in the spirit of cowherd lads, are always disrupting the calm of their household.”

 

Parameshvara escorted Jahnava Mata to the Kheturi festival and accompanied her to Vrindavana. Jahnava Devi’s wish was for Shri Shri Radha Gopinatha to be established in Atapur, and she was present to see this happen.

 

“Paramesvari dasa thakura bandibo sabdhane

 

Srigale loyar nam sankirtan sthane.”

 

What was the Story of the Dead Fox with Sri Parameswari Dasa Thakura?

 

Nama-sankirtan festivities took place in the Temple of Lord Jagannatha near Shri Rampur on a particular day. At the time, Parameshvara was present and dancing in an intoxicated state of devotion to God. While passing by the area at the time, some petty criminals picked up an abandoned dead fox lying on the road and dumped it right in the middle of an ongoing spiritual gathering which was taking place nearby. That unfortunate fox was brought back to life by Parameshvara’s merciful glance because the highly exalted Vaishnavas present didn’t feel any resentment toward the ignorant fools. Surprised by the fox’s appearance, they were shocked to see him gallop out of the nat-mandir (kirtan hall).

 

Conclusion

 

Shri Jahnava Devi sent the Radharani Deity to Vrindavana for Shri Govinda, and Sri Parameshvara Dasa Thakura went with him. He was a beloved servant of Shri Jahnava Mata, the goddess of love and devotion. He left on the last day of the month of Vaishakha, which coincided with the full moon of the month of Vaishakha. Khunti used in Sankirtan is placed next to the mandir where he takes his samadhi. Symbol: The Khunti is carried on staff before the kirtan party as a sign of respect. 

 

When the Kazi vowed no one would disturb the sankirtan parties again, it is said to have been the beginning of its history. Kazi’s official emblem was placed in front of the sankirtan party to ensure no one would disturb the group’s activities. Mahaprabhu Himself is worshipped as a manifestation of the eyes, tilak, flower garlands, and clothes that are now adorning the idol at the time of worship.