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Śrīla Śrī Viracandra or Virabhadra Prabhu appeared on the ninth day of the dark fortnight of the month of Kartik. Kṛṣṇa dāsa Kaviraja Gosvāmī has given this description of Him in the C.C. Adi 11.8-12:

"After Nityānanda Prabhu, the greatest branch is Virabhadra Gosani, who also has innumerable branches and sub-branches. It is not possible to describe them all. Although Virabhadra Gosani was the Supreme Personality of Godhead, He presented Himself as a great devotee. And although the Supreme Godhead is transcendental to all Vedic injunctions, He strictly followed the Vedic rituals. He is the main pillar in the hall of devotional service erected by Śrī Caitanya Mahaprabhu. He knew within himself that He acted as the Supreme Lord Visnu, but externally He was prideless. It is by the mercy of Śrī Virabhadra Gosani that people all over the world now have the chance to chant the names of Caitanya and Nityānanda. I there take shelter of the lotus feet of Virabhadra Gosani so that by His mercy my great desire to write Śrī Caitanya-Charitamrta will be properly guided."

Sri Birbhadra Gosvāmī is the son of Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu and the disciple of Śrī Jahnava Mata. His mother is Śrīmati Vasudha Devi. In the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika it is described that Śrī Viracandra Prabhu is an incarnation of Ksirodakasayi Visnu – one of the expansions of Śrī Sankarsana. He is thus not different from Lord Caitanya Himself.

Once upon a time, Isvari (Śrī Jahnava Mata) went to the house of one Jadunandana Ācārya of Jhamatpur near Rajbol and by her mercy he became a devotee. Jadunanda's wife was extremely devoted to her husband and his two daughters, Śrīmati and Narayani, possessed bodily forms which excelled the limits of mortal beauty. By the desire of Isvari that very perfect brahmana gave these two daughters in marriage to Prabhu Viracandra. [B.R.13]

Śrī Yadunandana Ācārya became the disciple of Vircandra Prabhu and Śrīmati and Śrī Narayani were given initiation in mantra by Śrī Jahnava Mata. Viracandra prabhu had a sister, Śrīmati Gangadevi, who was none other than Mother Ganga herself. Her husband Madhavacarya was an incarnation of Raja Santanu.

Taking permission from his mother, Viracandra Prabhu set out on a pilgrimage to Vṛndāvana. First he came to Saptagram and proceeded to the house of Śrī Uddharana Datta Ṭhākura where He was met by Uddharana Datta's son, Śrīnivasa Datta. Śrīnivasa greeted Him with respect and showed Him all hospitality for the two days that he stayed there. From there He went to Santipur where He was led to Advaita Bhavan in a kirtan procession by Advaita Ācārya's son, Śrī Kṛṣṇa Misra. Next he crossed the Ganges River and came to Gauri dasa Paṇḍita's house in Ambika Kalna. Śrī Hrdaya Caitanya Prabhu respectfully greeted Him and honored Him as His guest. From here He came to Navadvipa, to the house of Jagannath Misra. When the family members and associates of Mahaprabhu learned that He was the son of Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu, they were highly pleased and showed Him all courtesies.

After spending two days there He came to Śrī Khanda where He was greeted very respectfully and affectionately by Śrī Raghunandana and to Śrī Kanai Ṭhākura. He spent a few days there, and then went to Śrīnivasa Ācārya Prabhu's house in Jajigram, where Ācārya Prabhu received his exalted guest by offering Him the appropriate worship. A few days passed In the ecstasy of sankirtan and then Viracandra Prabhu came to Kantak Nagan (Katwa). He remained there for one day and then proceeded to Bhudarigram. There He was received by Śrī Govinda Kaviraj who worshipped His lotus feet and offered Him all hospitality. Śrī Viracandra Prabhu was very pleased at his devotion and remained there for a couple of days. Thereafter He made His auspicious arrival in Kheturi.

As soon as he received news of His arrival, Śrī Narottama Ṭhākura came out in great ecstasy to meet Śrī Viracandra Prabhu. He led Him into the courtyard of the temple of Śrī Gauranga where sankirtan accompanied with ecstatic dancing commenced. A steady crowd of people thronged to get a glimpse of Prabhu Vircandra.
[B.R. 13]

After spending a few days in Kheturi in ecstatic sankirtana, Viracandra Prabhu set off for Śrī Vṛndāvana Dhama. Along the way many sinful and atheistic people were delivered by His influence. As news of His arrival reached Vṛndāvana, the Gosvāmīs, namely Śrīla Jiva Goswami, Śrīla Kṛṣṇa dāsa Kaviraj Gosvāmī, Śrī Ananta Ācārya, Śrī Hari dāsa Paṇḍita, Śrī Kṛṣṇa dāsa Brahmacari (Śrī Madhu Gopala's pujari, a disciple of Śrī Gadadhara Paṇḍita), Śrī Madhu Paṇḍita (pujari of Śrī Gopinatha), Śrī Bhavananda, Śrī Kasisvara, as well as his disciple Śrī Govinda Gosvāmī and Śrī Yadavacarya were all informed.

The Gosvāmīs, accompanied by many residents of Śrī Vṛndāvana Dhama, all came out to meet Prabhu Viracandra. Everyone was overwhelmed by His appearance in ecstatic love, and they all were humming like bumble bees in discussing His good qualities. Prabhu Viracandra, in the company of these exalted souls, took darshana of Śrī Madana Mohana, Śrī Govindaji, Śrī Gopinatha, the principal Deities in Vṛndāvana.
[B.R. 13]

After receiving the consent of Śrī Jiva Gosvāmī and Śrī Bhugarbha Gosvāmī, Prabhu Viracandra set out to wander in the twelve forests of Vrajamandala, becoming completely overwhelmed by seeing the various places of Kṛṣṇa's pastimes, like Śrī Radha Kunda, Śrī Shyama Kunda and Giri Govardhana. His display of ecstatic symptoms captivated the Brijbasis. After seeing the sights of Śrī Vrajadhama, Bircandra Prabhu returned to Gaudadesa.

All of the divine qualities of His father, Śrī Nityānanda Prabhu, were fully present in Him. Those who were fortunate enough to witness His ecstatic love praised His glories far and wide.

Gopijana Vallabha, Rama Kṛṣṇa and Ramacandra, who are thought by some to be the sons of Virabhadra Gosai, were actually His disciples. The youngest, Rama Kṛṣṇa, who resided at Khardaha, belonged to the Sandilya Gotra and was a member of the Batabyal brahmana community, known for their great accomplishment in studying the Vedas. The oldest, Gopijana Vallabha, lived at Latagram near Manakar, in the district of Barddhaman. The middle one, Rama­candra, lived at Ganeshpur near Maldah. Because their gotras and surnames (titles) were different, and because they lived at different places, it is concluded they were not actually Vira­candra Prabhu's sons.

His birthplace is at Khardaha, which now is a rail station on the Sealdah-Kṛṣṇanagar line. The village where Nityānanda Prabhu made His advent in this world - Ekacakra - is also named Viracandra­pur. Here the Deity of Śrī Bankim Raya was worshipped by Viracandra Prabhu.



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