A view of Brahmankanda Angina, the abode of Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar in his childhood. Brahmankanda is located at a distance of about only 4 km from SriDham SriAngan in Faridpur.



Left to right and then down. All the pictures are clickable to a bigger size.

Picture 1: This is the building where the shrine of Jagadbandhu is contained at Brahmankanda. The kirtan place is also located inside this building.

Picture 2: Prabhu's shrine - the picture shows Haridas Bagdi (a schedule caste of Rambagan Domepalli, Calcutta) bowing down to Prabhu. Prabhu changed Haridas Bagdi to Haridas Mohanto (a higher caste) by accepting him as one of his devotees. Haridas came out to be one of the best 'khol' (drum) players and kirtan singers for Prabhu.

Picture 3: Visitors inside the shrine.

Pictures 4, 6 & 7: Prabhu's photo image inside the shrine which is worshipped everyday and on special occasions in the midst of kirtan and arati.

Picture 5: Special "Trayodashi" (the day of appearance of SriSri Nityananda Mahaprabhu. On this day Prabhu also came out of Gambhira after 12 years of self-confinement and silence for only three days starting this day in 1893, and then went back to Gambhira in self-confinement and silence for about another 5 years) kirtan at Brahmankanda on February 6, 2001.




[Read from the book titled "Prabhu Jagadbandhu" written by late Prof. Kunja Lal Datta, about Prabhu's Lila at Brahmankanda Angan, Faridpur]

[View Google Picasa Pictures of Brahmankanda Angina taken in February 2009]

[View Brahmankanda Village Temple taken in February 2009]