|Ādi-līlā||Chapter 12: The Expansions of Advaita Ācārya and Gadādhara Paṇḍita|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 12.86
śrīharṣa, raghu-miśra, paṇḍita lakṣmīnātha
śrīharṣa — Śrīharṣa; raghu-miśra — Raghu Miśra; paṇḍita lakṣmīnātha — Lakṣmīnātha Paṇḍita; bańgavāṭī-caitanya-dāsa — Bańgavāṭī Caitanya dāsa; śrī-raghunātha — Śrī Raghunātha.
The twenty-third branch was Śrīharṣa; the twenty-fourth, Raghu Miśra; the twenty-fifth, Lakṣmīnātha Paṇḍita; the twenty-sixth, Bańgavāṭī Caitanya dāsa; and the twenty-seventh, Raghunātha.
Raghu Miśra is described in the Gaura-gaṇoddeśa-dīpikā (195 and 201) as Karpūra-mañjarī. Similarly, Lakṣmīnātha Paṇḍita is mentioned as Rasonmādā, and Bańgavāṭī Caitanya dāsa is mentioned as Kālī. The Śākhā-nirṇaya states that Bańgavāṭī Caitanya dāsa was always seen with eyes full of tears. He also had a branch of descendants. Their names were Mathurāprasāda, Rukmiṇīkānta, Jīvanakṛṣṇa, Yugalakiśora, Ratanakṛṣṇa, Rādhāmādhava, Ūṣāmaṇi, Vaikuṇṭhanātha and Lālamohana, or Lālamohana Śāhā Śāńkhānidhi. Lālamohana was a great merchant in the city of Dacca. The Gaura-gaṇoddeśa-dīpikā (194 and 200) mentions that Raghunātha was formerly Varāńgadā.
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