Welcome to PrathamPushti


Pratham Pushti is an online portal with information and teachings from the First House of Mahaprabhuji Shri Vallabhacharya’s Shuddhadvaita Pushti Marg. Goswami Milan Kumar Bavashri shares with you the teachings of Shri Mahaprabhuji and other great Acharyas of the lineage, particularly of Apshri’s grandfather, Nitya Lilasth Goswami Shri Prathameshji (Ranchoracharyaji) Maharaj.


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Pushtimarg

Pushtimarg can be translated in English as “The Path of Grace.” The meaning of the word Pushti is defined in the Shrimad Bhagavatam as poshanam tadanugrahah.Poshanam = nourishment; Tad = Shri Krishna’s;anugrah = grace. Pushti is nourishment that arises through Shri Krishna’s grace. Read more…

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Pushtimarg

Pushtimarg can be translated in English as “The Path of Grace.” The meaning of the word Pushti is defined in the Shrimad Bhagavatam as poshanam tadanugrahah.Poshanam = nourishment; Tad = Shri Krishna’s;anugrah = grace. Pushti is nourishment that arises through Shri Krishna’s grace. Read more…

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Pratham Peeth

Prabhucharan Shri Gusainji had seven sons, so from these eight Gusain Balaks (including Shri Gusainji Himself), the eight Griha (houses) or Peeths (seats) of the Pushtimarg were created. They are the Pradan Peeth (Shri Gusainji’s) and the ‘First’ through ‘Seventh’ Peeths. Know More…

Pratham Peeth

Prabhucharan Shri Gusainji had seven sons, so from these eight Gusain Balaks (including Shri Gusainji Himself), the eight Griha (houses) or Peeths (seats) of the Pushtimarg were created. They are the Pradan Peeth (Shri Gusainji’s) and the ‘First’ through ‘Seventh’ Peeths. Know More…

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Shri Mathuradheesh Prabhu

शंखचक्रगदापद्मधारिणं सुखदायकम् |
कारणं सर्वभूतानां मथुरेशं नमाम्यहम् ||१||
Holding the conch, discus, mace, and lotus, Shri Mathuradheesh Prabhu emerged out of the banks of the Yamuna River at the village of Karanaval, in Vraja. Know More…

Shri Mathuradheesh Prabhu

Shri Mathuradheesh Prabhu

शंखचक्रगदापद्मधारिणं सुखदायकम् |
कारणं सर्वभूतानां मथुरेशं नमाम्यहम् ||१||
Holding the conch, discus, mace, and lotus, Shri Mathuradheesh Prabhu emerged out of the banks of the Yamuna River at the village of Karanaval, in Vraja. Know More…

Shri Mathuradheesh Prabhu