tabe rupa gosani saba nija-gana lana
eka-masa darasana kaila mathuraya rahiya
tabe—thereupon; rupa gosani—Srila Rupa Gosvami; saba—all; nija-gana lana—taking his associates with him; eka-masa—for one month; darasana kaila—saw the Deity; mathuraya rahiya—staying at the city of Mathura.
viththalera seva krsna-caitanya-vigraha
tahara darsane haila parama agraha
karila yateka priti kahile na haya
gatholi-grame gopala aila 'chala' kari'
tanre dekhi' nrtya-gite magna gaurahari
sri-dasa-gosvami adi paramarsa kari'
sri-viththalesvare kaila seva-adhikari
pita sri-vallabha-bhatta tanra adarsane
kata-dina mathuraya chilena nirjane
Sri Vallabha Bhatta had two sons. The elder, Gopinatha, was born in 1432 Sakabda Era, and the younger, Viththalanatha, was born in 1437 and died in 1507. Viththala had seven sons: Giridhara, Govinda, Balakrsna, Gokulesa, Raghunatha, Yadunatha and Ghanasyama. Viththala completed many of his father's unfinished books, including his commentary on Vedanta-sutra, the Subodhini commentary on Srimad-Bhagavatam, Vidvan-mandana, Srngara-rasa-mandana and Nyasadesa-vivarana. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went to Vrndavana before the birth of Viththala. Srila Rupa Gosvami was very old at the time Gopala stayed at the house of Viththalanatha.
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