Meaning of the Sanskrit Word: avadhuta

  avadhūta—neglected by others    SB 1.19.25
  avadhūta—of the name Avadhūta    SB 4.25.48
  avadhūta—neglected    SB 5.5.31
  avadhūta—O master of all mystic power    SB 5.12.1
  avadhūta—the mendicant    Adi 5.161
  avadhūta—agitated and cleansed.    Madhya 21.18
  avadhūta—the great devotee and mendicant    Antya 3.149
  avadhūta—paramahaṁsa    Antya 7.20
  avadhūta—Nityānanda Prabhu    Antya 12.78
  avadhūta paramānanda—of the name Avadhūta Paramānanda.    Adi 11.49
  avadhūta-candra—to the moon of mendicants    Antya 8.3
  avadhūta-gosāñi—Nityānanda Prabhu    Madhya 16.39
  avadhūta-indoḥ—of Śrī Nityānanda    Adi 11.4
  avadhūta-liṅgāḥ—who remain hidden under different bodily guises    SB 5.13.23
  avadhūta-sevitāḥ—achieved by the self-realized souls.    SB 4.4.21
  avadhūta-veṣa-bhāṣā-caritaiḥ—by the dress, language and characteristics of an avadhūta    SB 5.6.6
  avadhūta-veṣaḥ—dressed like a mendicant    SB 3.1.19
  avadhūta-veṣaḥ—appearing like an avadhūta (having no concern with the material world)    SB 5.5.29
  avadhūta-ākṛtiḥ—the dress of a mendicant    Madhya 24.348
  bhraṣṭa avadhūta—reject paramahaṁsa    Madhya 3.85
  nityānanda avadhūta—the mendicant Lord Nityānanda    Adi 6.48

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