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Bhakta Kavi Gopala Krishna  (Makers of Indian Literature)
Bhakta Kavi Gopala Krishna (Makers of Indian Literature)
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Bhakta Kavi Gopala Krishna, a devotee of Lord Krishna and a keen reader of Chaitanya Charitamrita, belonged to the Vaishnava Cult.he was a great exponent of Odissi Sangita, which is well-known in every town and village of Orissa. The clear expression of his words reflects of softness and purity of his heart just as the pure and sweet river water in the autumn season reflects the clear blue Sky. A Pure Vaishnavite, Gopala Krishna always avoided any fame and name. So, he did not have any desire to assemble his poems in book forms he became famous as Pandit, devotee and scholar. Except the allegorical types, all other varieties are exhibited in the writings of Gopala Krishna.

About the Author

Fakir Mohan Das is a life long brahmachair in Gaudiya Vaishnava line. He received PhD degree from Utkal University in 1983 and received the first Eisman medal for his research on religion. He has taught in Baripada Govt. Sanskrit College and in the Post Graduate Department of Utkal University. He has published more than 25 books in Oriya, Sanskrit and English.

 

CONTENTS
  Dedication  
Chapter I Introduction  
Chapter II Life History  
  Early life and Education  
  Family Life  
  Initiation of the Poet into Spiritual life  
  Last days of the Poet  
  The poet composition  
  Publications and installation of the Poets Statue  
Chapter III A study of Gopala Krishna Padyavali 19
Chapter IV The Poetic Values of Gopala Krishna Padyavali 61
Chapter V Gopala Krishna: A critical Estimate 72
Chapter VI The Poet's Spiritual identity and Place 85
Appendix 1 Historical Elements from the poet's 95
Appendix 2 The Genealogy of the Poet Gopala Krishna 105
Appendix 3 A Select Bibliography 106
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Bhakta Kavi Gopala Krishna (Makers of Indian Literature)

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IDH630
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2002
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8126012013
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English
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From the Back of the Book

Bhakta Kavi Gopala Krishna, a devotee of Lord Krishna and a keen reader of Chaitanya Charitamrita, belonged to the Vaishnava Cult.he was a great exponent of Odissi Sangita, which is well-known in every town and village of Orissa. The clear expression of his words reflects of softness and purity of his heart just as the pure and sweet river water in the autumn season reflects the clear blue Sky. A Pure Vaishnavite, Gopala Krishna always avoided any fame and name. So, he did not have any desire to assemble his poems in book forms he became famous as Pandit, devotee and scholar. Except the allegorical types, all other varieties are exhibited in the writings of Gopala Krishna.

About the Author

Fakir Mohan Das is a life long brahmachair in Gaudiya Vaishnava line. He received PhD degree from Utkal University in 1983 and received the first Eisman medal for his research on religion. He has taught in Baripada Govt. Sanskrit College and in the Post Graduate Department of Utkal University. He has published more than 25 books in Oriya, Sanskrit and English.

 

CONTENTS
  Dedication  
Chapter I Introduction  
Chapter II Life History  
  Early life and Education  
  Family Life  
  Initiation of the Poet into Spiritual life  
  Last days of the Poet  
  The poet composition  
  Publications and installation of the Poets Statue  
Chapter III A study of Gopala Krishna Padyavali 19
Chapter IV The Poetic Values of Gopala Krishna Padyavali 61
Chapter V Gopala Krishna: A critical Estimate 72
Chapter VI The Poet's Spiritual identity and Place 85
Appendix 1 Historical Elements from the poet's 95
Appendix 2 The Genealogy of the Poet Gopala Krishna 105
Appendix 3 A Select Bibliography 106
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