śrīnātha miśra, śubhānanda, śrīrāma, īśāna
śrīnidhi, śrīgopīkānta, miśra bhagavān
śrīnātha miśra—of the name Śrīnātha Miśra; śubhānanda—of the name Śubhānanda; śrīrāma—of the name Śrīrāma; īśāna—of the name Īśāna; śrīnidhi—of the name Śrīnidhi; śrī-gopīkānta—of the name Śrī Gopīkānta; miśra bhagavān—of the name Miśra Bhagavān.
The fifty-fifth branch was Śrīnātha Miśra, the fifty-sixth was Śubhānanda, the fifty-seventh was Śrīrāma, the fifty-eighth was Īśāna, the fifty-ninth was Śrīnidhi, the sixtieth was Śrī Gopīkānta, and the sixty-first was Miśra Bhagavān.
Śubhānanda, who formerly lived in Vṛndāvana as Mālatī, was one of the kīrtana performers who danced in front of the Ratha-yātrā car during the Jagannātha festival. It is said that he ate the foam that came out of the mouth of the Lord while He danced before the Ratha-yātrā car. Īśāna was a personal servant of Śrīmatī Śacīdevī, who showered her great mercy upon him. He was also very dear to Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu.
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