This book has manifested by the mercy of Sriman Mahaprabhu in order to mitigate the distress of those saintly persons who were unhappy due to not hearing Krsna's aisvaryya-lila, opulent pastimes.
This jewel literature Aisvarya Kadambini was Written by the Gaudiya Vedanta acarya Srila Baladeva Viduyabhusana, who also compiled the Govinda-bhasya commentary on Vedanta Sutra. Baladeva penned many other Gaudiya Vaisnava classics, including commentaries on the six Sandarbhas, Langhu Bhagavatamrta, Siddhanta-ratna, Vedanta-syamantaka, Prameya-ratnavali, Sutra malika, Siddhanta-darpana, Sahitya kaumudi, Chandah Kaustubha, Kavya kaustabha, a commentary on Srimad Bhagavatam called Vaisnavanandini a commentary on Gopala-tapani, a commentary on Bhagavad-gita, a commentary on Visnu Sahasranama, commentaries on the Upanisads, a commentary on Stava-mala and Aisvary Kadambini. Baladeva Vidyabhusana has rendered a great service by writing these invaluable books revealing the pure mood of Vrajavasis devotion.
Aisvarya Kadambini contains seven chapters called Vrsti, which means rain shower. Many exalted Vaisnavas were unhappy to find no mention of Sri Radha Krsna's aisvarya-lila in any of the existing literatures. To satisfy them Baladeva Vidhyabhusana Prabhu accepted their instruction to compile Aisvarya Kadambini, which follows the sequence of pastimes described in the Srimad Bhagavatam. This book is pleasing to all because it showers the heart with the nectar o the Aisvarya-lila of King Vrsabhanu, His daughter Radha, and all the cowherd boys and girls of Vraja.
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