sapta misra tanra putra--sapta rsisvara
kamsari, paramananda, padmanabha, sarvesvara
jagannatha, janardana, trailokyanatha
nadiyate ganga-vasa kaila jagannatha
sapta misra—seven Misras; tanra—his; putra—sons; sapta—seven; rsi—great saintly persons; isvara—most influential; kamsari—of the name Kamsari; paramananda—of the name Paramananda; padmanabha—of the name Padmanabha; sarvesvara—of the name Sarvesvara; jagannatha—of the name Jagannatha; janardana—of the name Janardana; trailokyanatha—of the name Trailokyanatha; nadiyate—at Navadvipa; ganga-vasa—living on the bank of the Ganges; kaila—did; jagannatha—the fifth son of Upendra Misra.
Upendra Misra had seven sons, who were all saintly and most influential: (1) Kamsari, (2) Paramananda, (3) Padmanabha, (4) Sarvesvara, (5) Jagannatha, (6) Janardana and (7) Trailokyanatha. Jagannatha Misra, the fifth son, decided to reside on the bank of the Ganges at Nadia.
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