bhagavatacarya, ciranjiva sri-raghunandana
madhavacarya, kamalakanta, sri-yadunandana
bhagavatacarya—of the name Bhagavatacarya; ciranjiva—of the name Ciranjiva; sri-raghunandana—of the name Sri Raghunandana; madhavacarya—of the name Madhavacarya; kamalakanta—of the name Kamalakanta; sri-yadunandana—of the name Sri Yadunandana.
Bhagavatacarya, Ciranjiva, Sri Raghunandana, Madhavacarya, Kamalakanta and Sri Yadunandana were all among the branches of the Caitanya tree.
Sri Madhavacarya was the husband of Lord Nityananda's daughter, Gangadevi. He took initiation from Purusottama, a branch of Nityananda Prabhu. It is said that when Nityananda Prabhu's daughter married Madhavacarya, the Lord gave him the village named Panjinagara as a dowry. Madhavacarya's temple is situated near the Jirat railway station on the eastern railway. According to the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika (169) Sri Madhavacarya was formerly the gopi named Madhavi. Kamalakanta belonged to the branch of Sri Advaita Prabhu. His full name was Kamalakanta Visvasa.
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