Nitai is the greatest lover, benefactor and wellwisher for every single jiva! He is willing to cross all limits and considerations to save us! The real meaning of Avadhuta means one who casts away all rules and norms just to bring one soul closer to Gaur Radha Krishna…one who blindfolds himself from seeing all faults just so that he can bring the greatest good to others. This name befits only and only our Nitaichand. Jay Avadhuta Shiromani! (or shall I say ‘all glories to THE Avadhuta…our Avadhuta’)
Avadhuta means that if Gauranga is displeased and wants to punish us, He will come in between.
Avadhuta means that if Gauranga refuses to grace a devotee with His divine audience, Nitai will make it happen (as He did for Maharaj Prataprudra).
Avadhuta means Nitai is always ready to unhesitantly enter into the most abominable of places, like the bar or cemetary, and associate with the lowest of mankind, such as mlecchas and dogeaters, to deliver Krishna bhakti to such souls and relieve their misery.
Avadhuta means come what may, Nitai will not leave us.
Avadhuta means not only is He Himself crazy, He makes others inevitably go mad as well (in prema)!
P.S. Check the Kirtan at Raghav Pandits house pastime if any doubt, haha!
Avadhuta means Nitai is different from everyone else. He is the most unique Lord ever and His mercy is unfathomable! Avadhuta means this:
tribhuvane advitiya karunya sima (CB 3.1.143)
“Nitai’s compassion is UNIQUE in the three worlds!”
Avadhuta means He is willing to give up the consideration of His own position and prestige, and come down to whatever level required to uplift us – His beloved children. Akrodha Paramananda Nityananda Raya, Abhimana shunya Nitai nagare beray.
Avadhuta means Abhiman shunya. He is willing to grab onto the feet of His own eternal servants and beg them to take the name of Gaurhari. Amare kiniya loho bhajo Gaurhari.
Avadhuta signifies our Nitai’s forever childish mood…His naughty temperament so full of love.
Avadhuta can mean ONLY NITAI!
It’s true that Nitai is Akrodha, but we should not forget that He is also Param Bhaktavatsal. Nitai is very protective about His devotees. There is a fine line even to Nitai’s unlimited patience and tolerance when His associates and devotees are offended. Of course Nitai is willing to forgive when we realize our mistake, but we should never push it to that final level.