tanra upasakha--yata kulina-grami jana
satyaraja-adi--tanra krpara bhajana
tanra upasakha—his subbranch; yata—all; kulina-grami jana—the inhabitants of Kulina-grama; satyaraja—of the name Satyaraja; adi—heading the list; tanra—his; krpara—of mercy; bhajana—recipient.
One subbranch of Haridasa Thakura consisted of the residents of Kulina-grama. The most important among them was Satyaraja Khan, or Satyaraja Vasu, who was a recipient of all the mercy of Haridasa Thakura.
Satyaraja Khan was the son of Gunaraja Khan and father of Ramananda Vasu. Haridasa Thakura lived for some time during the Caturmasya period in the village named Kulina-grama, where he chanted the holy name, the Hare Krsna maha-mantra, and distributed his mercy to the descendants of the Vasu family. Satyaraja Khan was allotted the service of supplying silk ropes for the Jagannatha Deity during the Rathayatra festival. The answers to his inquiries from Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu about the duty of householder devotees are vividly described in the Madhya-lila, Chapters Fifteen and Sixteen. The village of Kulina-grama is situated two miles from the railway station named Jaugrama on the Newcord line from Howrah to Burdwan. Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu very highly praised the people of Kulina-grama, and He stated that even a dog of Kulina-grama was very dear to Him.
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