aprākṛta

transcendental, beyond the influence of material nature, beyond the perception of the mind and senses, not created by any human, beyond the material world, situated in Kṛṣṇa’s transcendental abode, extraordinary, divine, pure, or consisting of spiritual consciousness and bliss

The Bhaktivedanta encyclopedia. 2015.

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