nilacale prabhu-sange yata bhakta-gana
sabara adhyaksa prabhura marma dui-jana
paramananda-puri, ara svarupa-damodara
gadadhara, jagadananda, sankara, vakresvara
damodara pandita, thakura haridasa
raghunatha vaidya, ara raghunatha-dasa
nilacale—in Jagannatha Puri; prabhu-sange—in the company of Lord Caitanya; yata—all; bhakta-gana—devotees; sabara—of all of them; adhyaksa—the chief; prabhura—of the Lord; marma—heart and soul; dui jana—two persons; paramananda-puri—of the name Paramananda Puri; ara—and; svarupa-damodara—of the name Svarupa Damodara; gadadhara—of the name Gadadhara; jagadananda—of the name Jagadananda; sankara—of the name Sankara; vakresvara—of the name Vakresvara; damodara pandita—of the name Damodara Pandita; thakura haridasa—of the name Thakura Haridasa; raghunatha vaidya—of the name Raghunatha Vaidya; ara—and; raghunatha-dasa—of the name Raghunatha dasa.
Among the devotees who accompanied the Lord in Jagannatha Puri, two of them-Paramananda Puri and Svarupa Damodara-were the heart and soul of the Lord. Among the other devotees were Gadadhara, Jagadananda, Sankara, Vakresvara, Damodara Pandita, Thakura Haridasa, Raghunatha Vaidya and Raghunatha dasa.
The Caitanya-bhagavata, Antya-lila, Chapter Five, states that Raghunatha Vaidya came to see Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu when the Lord was staying at Panihati. He was a great devotee and had all good qualities. According to the Caitanya-bhagavata, he was formerly Revati, the wife of Balarama. Anyone he glanced upon would immediately attain Krsna consciousness. He lived on the seashore at Jagannatha Puri and compiled a book of the name Sthana-nirupana.
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