nityanande ajna dila yabe gaude yaite
mahaprabhu ei dui dila tanra sathe
ataeva dui-gane dunhara ganana
madhava-vasudeva ghoserao ei vivarana
nityanande—unto Lord Nityananda; ajna—order; dila—gave; yabe—when; gaude—to Bengal; yaite—to go; mahaprabhu—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; ei dui—these two; dila—gave; tanra sathe—with Him; ataeva—therefore; dui-gane—in both the parties; dunhara—two of them; ganana—are counted; madhava—of the name Madhava; vasudeva—of the name Vasudeva; ghoserao—of the surname Ghosa; ei—this; vivarana—description.
When Nityananda Prabhu was ordered to go to Bengal to preach, these two devotees [Sri Ramadasa and Gadadhara dasa] were ordered to go with Him. Thus they are sometimes counted among the devotees of Lord Caitanya and sometimes among the devotees of Lord Nityananda. Similarly, Madhava and Vasudeva Ghosa belonged to both groups of devotees simultaneously.
There is a place named Danihata, near the Agradvipa railway station and Patuli in the district of Burdwan, where the Deity of Sri Gopinathaji is still situated. This Deity accepted Govinda Ghosa as His father. Even until today, the Deity performs the sraddha ceremony on the anniversary of the death of Govinda Ghosa. The temple of this Deity is managed by the raja-vamsa family of Krsnanagara, whose members are descendants of Raja Krsnacandra. Every year in the month of Vaisakha, when there is a baradola ceremony, this Gopinatha Deity is taken to Krsnanagara. The ceremony is performed with eleven other Deities, and then Sri Gopinathaji is brought back to the temple in Agradvipa.
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