sriharsa, raghu-misra, pandita laksminatha
sriharsa—of the name Sriharsa; raghu-misra—of the name Raghu Misra; pandita laksminatha—of the name Laksminatha Pandita; bangavati-caitanya-dasa—of the name Bangavati Caitanya dasa; sri-raghunatha—of the name Sri Raghunatha.
The twenty-third branch was Sriharsa; the twenty-fourth, Raghu Misra; the twenty-fifth, Laksminatha Pandita; the twenty-sixth, Bangavati Caitanya dasa; and the twenty-seventh, Raghunatha.
Raghu Misra is described in the Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika, verses 195 and 201, as Karpura-manjari. Similarly, Laksminatha Pandita is mentioned as Rasonmada, and Bangavati Caitanya dasa is mentioned as Kali. The Sakha-nirnaya states that Bangavati Caitanya dasa was always seen with eyes full of tears. He also had a branch of descendants. Their names were Mathuraprasada, Rukminikanta, Jivanakrsna, Yugalakisora, Ratanakrsna, Radhamadhava, Usamani, Vaikunthanatha and Lalamohana, or Lalamohana Saha Sankhanidhi. Lalamohana was a great merchant in the city of Dacca. The Gaura-ganoddesa-dipika, verses 194 and 200, mentions that Raghunatha was formerly Varangada.
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