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Temples of Karnataka- Ground Plans and Elevations (Set of Two Volumes)

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Item Code: NAZ020
Author: K.M. Suresh
Publisher: Bharatiya Kala Prakashan
Language: English
Edition: 2003
ISBN: Vol:I- 8180900150
Vol:II- 8180900150
Pages: 598 (Throughout B/W Illustrations)
Cover: HARDCOVER
Other Details 11.00 X 9.00 inch
Weight 2.64 kg
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Sundarananda was an associate of Sri Caitanya and Nityananda. He is identified as Sudama in Krsna's pastimes and is one of the twelve gopala’s, who were associates of Nityananda. Sundarananda's disciple was Parni-gopala. Hari-carana and Kanu-rama were Parni-gopala's disciples. Kanu-rama's son was Gopala-carana. Nayanananda was Gopala-carana's son. Most of the descriptions for practice in raganuga bhakti deal with manjari-bhava in madhurya-rasa. This work is for aspirants of sakhya-rasa, following raganuga-sadhana. In this work Nayanananda follows after the priya-sakha Sudama, who became Sundarananda in Gauranga's pastimes.

Introduction
Sundarananda was an associate of Sri Caitanya and Nityananda. He is identified as Sudama in Krsna's pastimes and is one of the twelve gopala’s, who were associates of Nityananda. Sundarananda's disciple was Parni-gopala. Hari-carana and Kanu-rama were Parni-gopala's disciples. Kanu-rama's son was Gopala-carana. Nayanananda was Gopala-carana's son. Most of the descriptions for practice in raganuga bhakti deal with manjari-bhava in madhurya-rasa. This work is for aspirants of sakhya-rasa, following raganuga-sadhana. In this work Nayanananda follows after the priya-sakha Sudama, who became Sundarananda in Gauranga's pastimes.

The first four chapters explain uttama-bhakti, with ample quotations from Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu. The fifth and sixth chapters describe Sudama, his associates and their abodes. The daily pastimes of the sakhas is described in the remaining four chapters.

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