ShreeNathji-MahaPrabhuji 21st Baithakji at BhandirVan

ShreeNathji-MahaPrabhuji 21st Baithakji at BhandirVan, Maant, Mathura, Vraj Mandal

Shri Bhandirvan Baithakji Number 21

Baithakji Charitr: (बैठकजी चरित्र)

अदेयदान दक्ष श्री महा प्रभुजी ने यहाँ श्रीमद् भागवदपारायण किया था।

यहीं पर श्री माध्व सम्प्रदाय के स्वामी व्यासतीर्थ जी को त्याग की महत्ता बतलाते हुए लक्षावधि सम्पत्ति का त्याग किया था

जय श्रीनाथजी प्रभु 🙏🙏

Here are some pictures displayed from my visit to the 21st  Baithak of Mahaprabhuji, which is located at BhandirVan, Maant, Mathura, Vraj Mandal


MahaPrabhuji 21st Baithakji at BhandirVan, Maant, Mathura, Vraj Mandal


MahaPrabhuji 21st Baithakji at BhandirVan, Maant, Mathura, Vraj Mandal

Baithakji Charitr: (बैठकजी चरित्र)


Vyastirth, a religious head of Madhva Sampradaya was living here with 10,000 disciples. When Shri Mahaprabhuji was in this area for Bhagavat discourses, Vyastirth approached and requested Shri Mahaprabhuji  to take over his position with all the disciples. He also offered him 10,000 Rupees.

Shri Mahaprabhuji told him that he would reply him next morning.

That night, the servants of Yamdut came and beat Vyastirtha. He asked for the reason and was told, You have the pride to think that you can give something to Shri Mahaprabhuji. Your words to Him was unbefitting. Go and grasp His feet, seek His protection.

The following morning, Vyastirth apologized to Shri Mahaprabhuji for his prideful words and prayed to make him His disciple. Shri Mahaprabhuji initiated him into the Path of Grace (Pushti Marg).

(This detail of the original varta about this Baithakji is taken from website:

 Jai ShreeNathji prabhu

Pushtimarg Baithaks: Baithaks in Pushtimarg religion are holy places where Shri Vallabhacharya, the founder of Pushtimarg, narrated the Holy Bhagvad Katha. They are total 84 in number and spread all over the country. Mahaprabhuji had circled the whole of India three times and done sthapna of these various Baithaks. Each Baithak has its own particular Charitra (description).Baithaks are holy places where there is no Idol or Chitra (Picture); seva is done of Gaddi (Seating).