MM: Achyutananda Das has written Malika [Malika is the main important thing of Achyutananda Das, in which he has forecasted many things.]. Achyutananda was the most prolific writers among the panchasakha. . all with specific description in one manuscript called “Jaiphula Malika”.
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He was considered to have the power to see the past, present and future. He was a prolific author, and one of the group of five, that led a revolution in achyutwnanda in Odisha by translating Sanskrit texts into the Odia language for common people.
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Shri Achyutananda Das was the most prolific writer of the Panchasakhas  and achyutanahda numerous books, many of which could be loosely translated as the Book of Prophecies.
He malikx known as the Mahapurusha a Great Person for his vast knowledge on many subjects such as spirituality, Yoga, rituals, Buddhist Tantra, Ayurveda science of life, longevity and medicineand other various science and social regulations.
He is famous for being one of the few who wrote about the social situation of his time  and this is a scholarly reason many study his writings. His poetry was often cryptic about himself, and written in code or analogies. Achyutananda belonged to Karana caste by birth, but some claim achyutahanda was yadava. This is thought to be somewhere between and by different scholars.
He was born after his mother prayed at the pillar in front of the Jagannath Temple, and his father had a dream that the divine bird Garuda acchyutananda him a child.
In legend he is believed to be an incarnation of Garuda. It is agreed by most texts that, like many contemporaries, he met Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in his youth, but did not become a follower of Chaitanya Mahapabhu’s Gaudiya Vaishnavism.
Two important factors set the Panchasakhas apart from other Indian Hindu Saints.
They were the first to take the Hindu Sanskrit texts into the reach of the common people, by translating them into the local language Odia. Some authors, such as N. Other scholars, such as Prabhat Mukerjee, have denied these claims supporting the different varieties of Vaishnava philosophy.
Achyutananda had predicted the birth of many saints of Bengal, viz. Utkaliya Vaishnavism sometimes called Odia Vaishnavism developed into its present state, in the 15th century. According to the Panchasakhas, Lord Jagannath is the ‘Purna-Brahma’, and all the avatars of Vishnu emanate from Him, and also enter into Him at the end.
Jagannatha was the chief god of the devotional sect. The chief ideal of the Panchasakhas was that, as a bhakta they would be faithful, humble, learned, selfless, active, benevolent and affectionate. They translated the Sanskrit Classics into local language, Odia.
Anyone could become a Vaishnava, even Muslims. At the time of Shri Chaitanya, his followers who came from Nadia, called later as Gaudiyawere considering themselves greater or superior to the Utkaliya Vaishnavas and were disregarding them. Knowing this, Shri Chaitanya conferred the title of ‘Atibadi’ the great on Jagannatha Das to keep up the dignity of the Utkaliya Vaishnavas [ citation needed ].
But it brought no solution, and on the other had created conflict among them. It has no shape, no colour, It is invisible and without a name This Brahman is called Shunya Brahman.
This shunya signifies a transcendental principle that eludes the conceptual nexus applied to human thinking as described in the Upanishads. Oh vira look at the shunya By placing yourself in shunya, And meditate on mahashunya, Shunya itself is the form, Ground of all discriminating knowledge. Look at the whole world from the nalika of shunya; You will find everything manifested in the shunya, Everything arises out of shunya and Everything flourishes in the Shunya Brahman.
The Panchasakhas project the deity Jagannatha as the embodiment of the Shunya Purusha.
Malikw is seen in his statement from the Gurubhakti Gita:. A bird can only fly with both wings. It can have a perfect vision with both the eyes. In the absence of one, it becomes one-eyed, and in the absence of both, it is totally blind. Thus like two eyes Nirguna [god perceived as formless]and Saguna [god perceived with form] are chained together. The Panchasakhas were Vaishnavas by thought.
The Panchasakhas believed that one needs a combination of love bhakti and wisdom Jnana to reach God. With our knowledge if we show our pure love bhaktiwe can definitely get the sunyatma Achyuatnanda. The Panchasakhas therefore promoted a Vaishnavism that involved study of scriptures, yoga, rituals, and devotion.
His teachings are filled with references to outer locations existing as energies in the body.
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The concept of the Sabda Brahman is that, God created the universe as sound, and that all things have sound vibration as their essence. Piercing six chakras blooms the lotus Near the ethereal void of air Between the Sutala and Rasatala The bee abides at the zenith of the void One is not a servant of the Lord just because they have a rosary Unless he utters the name of Krisna in his inner heart; The Name is the seed, rosary its robe Rosary is of no use if God’s name is mindlessly uttered The three cords are the three triadic streams Make your oblations there Ayudhya, Dwarika, and the city of Gopa This knowledge is memorised by every soul.
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