Advaita Acharya

Advaita Ācārya (Bengali: অদ্বৈত আচার্য) (1434–1559), born Kamalaksha Mishra[1]was said to be a devotee of Vishnu in the Gaudiya Vaishnava sampradaya, companion of the founder of the Gaudiya Vaishnava sect, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, and guru of Haridasa Thakur.[2][3] He was born at Navagrama-Laur village in the present-day Sunamganj District of Bangladesh in 1434, some fifty years before Chaitanya, and spent most of his adult life in the town of Shantipur in Nadia with his wife and family. Advaita Acharya had six sons, Acyutananda Das (A prominent saint like his father & discipline of mahaprabhu), Krisna Mishra, Gopala Das (His leniage became the zamindar of Krishna Chandra and lived in ‘Tabga Village, Chatkhil-Noakhali), Balarama Das, Swarupa Das, and Jagadisa Mishra.

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