vasanta, navani hoda, gopala, sanatana
visnai hajara, krsnananda, sulocana
vasanta—of the name Vasanta; navani hoda—of the name Navani Hoda; gopala—of the name Gopala; sanatana—of the name Sanatana; visnai hajara—of the name Visnai Hajara; krsnananda—of the name Krsnananda; sulocana—of the name Sulocana.
Vasanta was the fifty-first, Navani Hoda the fifty-second, Gopala the fifty-third, Sanatana the fifty-fourth, Visnai the fifty-fifth, Krsnananda the fifty-sixth and Sulocana the fifty-seventh.
Navani Hoda appears to have been the same person as Hoda Krsnadasa, the son of the King of Badagachi. His father's name was Hari Hoda. One can visit Badagachi by taking the Lalagola-ghata railway line. Formerly the Ganges flowed by Badagachi, but now it has become a canal known as the Kalsira Khala. Near the Mudagacha station is a village known as Saligrama in which King Krsnadasa arranged for the marriage of Sri Nityananda Prabhu, as described in the Bhakti-ratnakara,(Twelfth Wave). It is sometimes said that Navani Hoda was the son of Raja Krsnadasa. His descendants still live in Rukunapura, a village near Bahiragachi. They belong to the daksina-radhiya-kayastha community, but, having been reformed as brahmanas, they still initiate all classes of men.
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