|Ādi-līlā||Chapter 13: The Advent of Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 13.57-58
sapta miśra tāńra putra — sapta ṛṣīśvara
kaḿsāri, paramānanda, padmanābha, sarveśvara
jagannātha, janārdana, trailokyanātha
nadīyāte gańgā-vāsa kaila jagannātha
sapta miśra — seven Miśras; tāńra — his; putra — sons; sapta — seven; ṛṣi — great saintly persons; īśvara — most influential; kaḿsāri — Kaḿsāri; paramānanda — Paramānanda; padmanābha — Padmanābha; sarveśvara — Sarveśvara; jagannātha — Jagannātha; janārdana — Janārdana; trailokyanātha — Trailokyanātha; nadīyāte — at Navadvīpa; gańgā-vāsa — living on the bank of the Ganges; kaila — did; jagannātha — the fifth son of Upendra Miśra.
Upendra Miśra had seven sons, who were all saintly and most influential: (1) Kaḿsāri, (2) Paramānanda, (3) Padmanābha, (4) Sarveśvara, (5) Jagannātha, (6) Janārdana and (7) Trailokyanātha. Jagannātha Miśra, the fifth son, decided to reside on the bank of the Ganges at Nadia.
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