prabhura paduya dui,--purusottama, sanjaya
vyakarane dui sisya--dui mahasaya
prabhura paduya dui—the Lord's two students; purusottama—of the name Purusottama; sanjaya—of the name Sanjaya; vyakarane—studying grammar; dui sisya—two disciples; dui mahasaya—very great personalities.
The thirty-third and thirty-fourth branches were the two students of Caitanya Mahaprabhu named Purusottama and Sanjaya, who were stalwart students in grammar. They were very great personalities.
These two students were inhabitants of Navadvipa and were the Lord's first companions in the sankirtana movement. According to the Caitanya-bhagavata, Purusottama Sanjaya was the son of Mukunda Sanjaya, but the author of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta has clarified that Purusottama and Sanjaya were two people, not one.
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