Honoring Srila Jagannatha dasa Babaji Disappearance Day

Honoring Srila Jagannatha dasa Babaji
compiled by; The Prabhupada Connection

Srila Jagannatha dasa Babaji Maharaja was respected by all the Vaisnava community and was thus known as Vaisnava Sarvabhauma, or chief amongst the Vaisnavas.

Srila Jagannatha dasa Babaji Maharaja (1776–1894) spent many years in Vrindavan where he became famous as a perfect devotee, though more than this is not known of his early years and pastimes. What we do know, however, is that he was particularly enthusiastic in serving the Lord’s devotees and performing kirtan. In later life his servant, Bihari Lal, used to carry him on his shoulders in a basket, though when he would hear a kirtan or himself be engaged in kirtan, his body would extend itself out of the basket like a beautiful banyan tree and he would loudly shout, “Nitai ki nam eneche re! Nitai, ki nam diteche re!” “O Lord Nityananda, what a wonderful name you have brought! O Nitai, what a wonderful name you have given!”

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