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Govindaprabhu


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(13th century ce)

A Maharashtrian saṃnyāsin, renowned for his unconventional or ‘mad’ behaviour. He was worshipped by the antinomian Mahānubhāvas as an incarnation of God (parameśvara); he was believed to be the guru of their founder, Cakradhar.

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