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glossary

In many ways, the Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition is inseparable from the two prominent languages of its canon, namely Bengali and Sanskrit. Original terminology is frequently used in lack of an adequate English translation. Therefore, it is more than likely that you will stumble upon unfamiliar terms. To ease your studies, we have integrated a general glossary from gkWiki.

If you find that some important terms are missing or would need to be revised, you are welcome to join the Wiki and work on the glossary! You'll find that most of the following words are as of yet undefined in the Wiki.

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