sri-hari acarya, sadi-puriya gopala
krsnadasa brahmacari, puspa-gopala
sri-hari acarya—of the name Sri Hari Acarya; sadi-puriya gopala—of the name Sadipuriya Gopala; krsnadasa brahmacari—of the name Krsnadasa Brahmacari; puspa-gopala—of the name Puspagopala.
The nineteenth branch was Sri Hari Acarya; the twentieth, Sadipuriya Gopala; the twenty-first, Krsnadasa Brahmacari; and the twenty-second, Puspagopala.
The Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika, verses 196 and 207, mentions that Hari Acarya was formerly the gopi named Kalaksi. Sadipuriya Gopala is celebrated as a preacher of the Hare Krsna movement in Vikramapura, in East Bengal. Krsnadasa Brahmacari was formerly among the group of sakhis known as the asta-sakhis. His name was Indulekha. Krsnadasa Brahmacari lived in Vrndavana. There is a tomb in the Radha-Damodara temple known as Krsnadasa's tomb. Some say that this is the tomb of Krsnadasa Brahmacari and others Krsnadasa Kaviraja Gosvami. In either case we offer our respects because both of them were expert in distributing love of Godhead to the fallen souls of this age. The Sakha-nirnaya mentions that Puspagopala was formerly known as Svarnagramaka.
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