Sa evadvaita-gosvami caitanyabhinna-vigrahah
Yas ca gopala-dehah san vraje krsnasya sannidhau
Nanarta sri-siva-tantre bhairavasya vaco yatha
Ekada karttike masi dipa-yatra-mahotsave
Sa-ramah saha-gopalah krisno nrtyati yatnavan
Niriksya mad-gurur devo gopa-bhavabhilasavam
Pryiena nartitum arabdhas cakra-bhramana-lilaya
Sri-krisnasya prasadena dvi-vidho’bhut sadasivah
Ekas tatra sivah saksad anyo gopala-vigrahah
Sadasiva, an expansion of the supreme Lord in Vraja, is here known as Advaita Acharya. He is non-different from Chaitanya. In Vraja, he took the form of a cowherd boy and danced alongside Krishna. This is stated by Bhairava in Sivatantra: “Once, during thr Divali festival in the month of Kartika, my guru Shankaradeva saw Krishna dancing with Balaram and the cowherd boys. He then wished to become a cowherd boy himself and began to dance, spinning like a whirling wheel for Krishna’s pleasure.” Thus, by Krishna’s mercy, Sadashiva plays two different roles in Vraja, in one he is Shiva himself, in the other, he is a cowherd boy.
( Goura-ganoddhesa-dipika 76-80 )
Dear Vaishnavas, Radhe Radhe !
Om namah Shivaya !