sarva-sastre pravina, kavya-prakasa-adhyapaka
sarva-sastre—in all revealed scriptures; pravina—very learned scholar; kavya-prakasa—of the famous book Kavya-prakasa; adhyapaka—a teacher; parama-vaisnava—highly advanced devotee; raghunatha-upasaka—worshiper of Lord Ramacandra.
Ramadasa Visvasa was very learned in all the revealed scriptures. He was a teacher of the famous book Kavya-prakasa and was known as an advanced devotee and worshiper of Raghunatha [Lord Ramacandra].
Commenting on the word parama-vaisnava, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura says that anyone who desires to merge into the existence of the Lord cannot be a pure Vaisnava, but because Ramadasa Visvasa was a great devotee of Lord Ramacandra, he was almost a Vaisnava. In those days, no one could distinguish between a pure Vaisnava and a pseudo Vaisnava. Therefore Ramadasa Visvasa was known as a Vaisnava because he worshiped Lord Ramacandra.
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