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Ṭhākkura, Bhaktibinoda


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    • Bhakti Vinode Thākur
    • Bhaktibinoda Ṭhakkura
    • Bhaktibinoda Ṭhākura
    • Bhaktivinoda, Kedarnath Datta
    • Bhaktivinoda Ṭhakkura
    • Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura
    • Bhaktivinodaṭhakkura
    • Bhaktivinode, Thakur
    • Dutta, Kedarnath
    • Kedarnath Datta Bhaktivinoda
    • Kedarnath Dutta Bhaktīvinode
    • Saccidānandabhaktibinoda Ṭhakkura
    • Thākur, Bhakti Vinode
    • Thakur, Bhaktivinode
    • Ṭhākura, Bhaktibinoda
    • Ṭhākura, Bhaktivinoda
    • Dutt, Kedar Nath
    • Thakur, Bhaktivinoda
    • Datta, Kedarnath
    • Dut, Kedernath
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    • Datta, Kedāranātha
    • Dut, Kedernath, active 1850
  • Sources

    • found: Śrīśrīmadbhagabadgītā, 1967-68.
    • found: Shri Chaitanya shikshāmritam, 1983:t.p. (Bhakti Vinode Thākur)
    • found: Sabhāshya Śrīśrībhaktibinoda-gīti-saṃgraha o mahājana-padābalī, 1991:ill. (Bhaktibinoda Ṭhākura)
    • found: Bhaktivinode, 1997:CIP t.p. (Kedarnath Dutta) galley (Kedarnath Dutta Bhaktivinode)
    • found: Hindu encounter with modernity : Kedarnath Datta Bhaktivinoda, 1999.
    • found: Śrīśrībrahmasaṃhitā, 2001:t.p. (... Bhaktivinodaṭhakkureṇa)
    • found: Śrī Bhaktivinoda vāṇī vaibhava, 2002-2003:t.p., v. 1 (Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura)
    • found: The Bhagbut; its philosophy, its ethics, and its theology, 1869:t.p. (Kedar Nath Dutt)
    • found: The marriage system of Bengal, [1850?]p. [1] (Babu Kedernath Dut)
    • found: Wikipedia, viewed 22 June 2018(Bhaktivinoda Thakur, also written Bhaktivinoda Ṭhākura (born 2 September 1838 at Birnagar, Bengal, died 23 June 1914 at Calcutta), born Kedarnath Datta, was a prominent thinker of Bengali Renaissance and a leading philosopher, savant and spiritual reformer of Gaudiya Vaishnavism who effected its resurgence in India in late 19th and early 20th century. He mastered Sanskrit for his Vaishnava pursuits, enough to be able to read the Bhagavata Purana with traditional commentaries and to write his own Sanskrit poetry. Accepting Caitanya as the final goal of his intellectual and spiritual quest, Kedarnath soon started delivering public lectures on his teachings, culminating in his famous speech The Bhagavat: Its Philosophy, Ethics and Theology - his first public announcement of the newly found religious allegiance.)
    • found: Information from 678 converted Dec. 17, 2014(1838-1914)
    • found: BL database, 28 Aug. 2013(hdg.: Datta, Kedāranātha)
    • found: His Dattakaustubham, 1873:colophon (Kedāranātha Datta)
  • LC Classification

    • PK1718.T46
  • Change Notes

    • 1981-02-02: new
    • 2018-10-31: revised
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