purusottama, sri-galima, jagannatha-dasa
sri-candrasekhara vaidya, dvija haridasa
purusottama—of the name Purusottama; sri-galima—of the name Sri Galima; jagannatha-dasa—of the name Jagannatha dasa; sri-candresekhara vaidya—of the name Sri Candrasekhara Vaidya; dvija haridasa—of the name Dvija Haridasa.
The sixty-eighth branch of the original tree was Purusottama, the sixty-ninth was Sri Galima, the seventieth was Jagannatha dasa, the seventy-first was Sri Candrasekhara Vaidya, and the seventy-second was Dvija Haridasa.
There is some question about whether Dvija Haridasa was the author of Astottara-sata-nama. He had two sons named Sridama and Gokulananda, who were disciples of Sri Advaita Acarya. Their village, Kancana-gadiya, is situated within five miles of the Bajarasau station, the fifth station from Ajimaganja in the district of Mursidabad, West Bengal.
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