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Title: 001 Personal Items
User: Swami Gaurangapada Date: 2006-06-26 11:31:42
(A) - PERSONAL ITEMS -
(1) Shri Gauranga Mahaprabhu's wooden sandals, clay water-pot and quilt - in His room called Gambhira at the Shri Radha-Kanta Matha, Jagannatha Puri.
(2) Shri Gauranga Mahaprabhu's shawl (upper cloth) - at the Shri Madana-Mohana Mandira, Saithiya Bhadrak District, Orissa (on the bank of the Salindi River).
(3) Shri Gauranga Mahaprabhu's wooden sandals, cloth and water-pot - at the Grantha-Mandira Shri Bhagavatacarya-Patabadi, Varaha-nagara, Calcutta.
(4) A wooden seat (asana) that Shri Gauranga Mahaprabhu's sent to Shri Gopala Bhatta Gosvami - at Shri Radha-Ramana Mandira, Vrndavana (mentioned in many biographies).
(5) Shri Gauranga Mahaprabhu's wooden sandals - at Udaya Giri near Bhuvanesvara in Orissa.
(6) Shri Gauranga Mahaprabhu's wooden paddle (that He used to cross the Ganga) - at Shri Guridasa Pandita's Mandira, Ambika Kalana, Bengal, Nadiya District (mentioned in Bhakti-Ratnakara, 7.335)
(7) Shriman Nityananda prabhu's turban - at Shri Haridasa Gosvami's home Navadvipa.
(8) Shriman Nityananda Prabhu's Ananta-Sila, Tripura-Sundari-Yantra, and wooden walking-stick - at Khadadaha Mandira, Bengal.
(9) Shri Sanatana Gosvami's fine Bhutanese blanket - at Etoya on the Yamuna River.
(10) Shri Abhirama Thakura's whip named Jaya-Mangala, and his stick named Brahma-Danda - at his temple in Khana-kula Krishna-nagara, Bengal.
(11) Shri Haridasa Thakura's bead-bag and walking stick - at the Haridasa Thakura Matha, Jagannatha Puri, Orissa.
(12) Shri Raghu-nandana Thakura's ankle-bells - at the Mahanta Bati in Kudui-grama, Varddamana, Bengal.
(13) Shrinivasa Acarya Prabhu's wooden sandals - at Vana-Vishnu-Pura, Bankuda.
(14) Shri Rasikananda Prabhu's neck-beds and quilt - at Shripata Gopi-vallabha-pura
(15) Shri Locana Dasa Thakura's stone sitting-place that he had used when writing Shri Chaitanya-Mangala - at Ko-grama, Varddhamana District.