prabhura paḍuyā dui,--puruṣottama, sañjaya
vyākaraṇe dui śiṣya--dui mahāśaya
prabhura paḍuyā dui—the Lord's two students; puruṣottama—of the name Puruṣottama; sañjaya—of the name Sañjaya; vyākaraṇe—studying grammar; dui śiṣya—two disciples; dui mahāśaya—very great personalities.
The thirty-third and thirty-fourth branches were the two students of Caitanya Mahāprabhu named Puruṣottama and Sañjaya, who were stalwart students in grammar. They were very great personalities.
These two students were inhabitants of Navadvīpa and were the Lord's first companions in the saṅkīrtana movement. According to the Caitanya-bhāgavata, Puruṣottama Sañjaya was the son of Mukunda Sañjaya, but the author of Śrī Caitanya-caritamṛta has clarified that Puruṣottama and Sañjaya were two people, not one.
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