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Traditional genealogy of bengali brahmins: vandyopAdhyAYa and other families of shANDilya gotra.

These are the traditional genealogies of rADh.I families descended from bhaTTanArAYaNa of shANDilya gotra. All vandyopAdhyAYa are of this gotra. No attempt has been made to make this page more comprehensible: it is mainly intended as people looking for their origins, and I am sure they will treat this only as material to start them off towards more serious investigation. For the Bhatpara Bhattacharya's, however, see here.

A Tapas K. Bhattacharya is Shandilya and has a Y haploype R1a1a (2010 nomenclature; previous R1a1). A Moulinath Banerjee, descendant of Sibsankar Banerjee 104–1940 of Chinsurah, India is also R1a and has the STR profile: 393:13 390:25 19/394:16 391:12 385a:11 385b:14 426:12 388:12 439:10 389-1:14 392:11 389-2:31 458:16 459a:9 459b:10 455:11 454:11 447:24 437:14 448:20 449:32 464a:12 460:11 GATAH4:11 YCAIIa:19 YCAIIb:19 456:15 442:13 438:11 531:11 557:15 462:11 GATAA10:13 522:10. This is at a distance 8/29 from mine, a claimed descendant of Vedagarbha, which is about 95% certain to be between 11 and 122 generations, less than 111 generations, and the modal value is 52 generations or about 1300 years since the last common ancestor. Another person, descendant of a Harihar Bandyopadhyay, also from India has the STR profile: 393:12 390:24 19/394:14 391:11 385a:19 385b:19 426:11 388:14 439:12 389-1:13 392:11 389-2:29 458:17 459a:9 459b:9 455:11 454:10 447:26 437:14 448:21 449:33 464a:12 464b:14 464c:15 464d:16 460:10 GATAH4:10 YCAIIa:19 YCAIIb:22 456:15 607:14 576:17 570:19 CDYa:36 CDYb:38 442:11 438:9, which is much more distant (53/37, 39/29 between the two) and seems to be a J2a according to a haplogroup prediction page. The former is almost equidistant with Arunabha Chaterjee's results: a difference of 10/29 translates to between 11 and 134 generations, less than 121 generations, with a modal value of 49 generations or about 1200 years. Note that at these large distances, the generation calculation is likely to be unreliable except as estimates of minimal separations.

A Sanmay Bandyopadhyaya, on the other hand, is a 12/12 match for Ronojoy Chatterji with STR profile 393:14 390:23 19/394:13 391:10 385a:14 385b:19 426:12 388:13 439:10 389-1:13 392:10 389-2:29 and confirmed R2. A Tushar Nath Bhadury and a Bengali by the name Javin Antony Reid also match this profile.

It would not have been possible for me to collect this information except for the very useful book called brAhmaNa-itihAsa by shrIharilAla caTTopAdhyAYa. I have no idea how he collected all this material, and what criterion he used to select from among the available genealogies of bengali brahmins. The book has sometimes been difficult to decipher, and interested readers should look at the original to verify my interpretation.

And finally, remember, tradition is not history. Similar caveats apply to the historicity of these genealogies as apply to my own.

  1. bhaTTanArAYaNa was one of 6 brothers: dAmodara, shaurI, bhaTTanArAYaNa, mahAmati, shaGkara and vishvambhara.
  2. bhaTTanArAYaNa had (also see under varendra brahmins) AdivarAha vandya=vandyaghaTI (from ancient vandya = modern vAD.ara in varddhamAna), vikarttana vaTavyAla=vaD.Ala (from ancient vaD.A = modern voD.A = vaikuNThapura in bA~kuD.A), koYa kushArI (from ancient kusha = modern kusho in varddhamAna), gaNapati=buD.a mAsacaTaka (from ancient mAsa = modern mAsadahA in vIrabhUma), lAla kusumakali (from ancient kusuma = kusumakula = modern kusuma and kulI in varddhamAna), guNamaNi ghoSalI (from ancient ghoSala = modern ghoSAladI in mAnabhUma), shubha=vAsu kulakuli, shAnteshvara=shAnta seYaka (from ancient seu = modern seura in murshidAbAda), vibhu=mAdhava AkAsha, nIla vasuYArI, madhusUdana karAla (from ancient kuD.i = modern kauD.i in vIrabhUma), mahAmati=shuNTha dIrghAGgI (from ancient dIrgha = modern dIghaD.A in hugalI), vaTuka=vATu pArihAla (from ancient pArihA = modern pArihApura in vIrabhUma), gu~i=guJi kulabhi (from ancient kulabha = modern kulaha in varddhamAna), rAma gaD.agaD.i (from ancient gaD.agaD.a = modern gaD.agaD.e in vIrabhUma), and nIpa=nRpa or nIla keshara konI = kesharakunI grAmI (from kesharakoNA in bA~kuD.A).
  3. AdivarAha had two sons vainateYa and govinda; nIla kesharakunI -> halAYudha.
  4. vainateYa -> subuddhi=aniruddha (some families' genealogies seem to interchange them as subuddhi [3] -> vainateYa [4]). halAYudha -> harihara.
  5. subuddhi -> vivudheYa; harihara -> vishveshvara.
  6. vivudheYa had 5 sons: gAu, Au, dhIra, haMsa, and subhikSa. vishveshvara -> kandarpa.
  7. gAu had 7 sons gaGgAdhara, jahNa, hAkura=hakuca, bhagIratha, sureshvara, bhaYApaha, and aniruddha. subhikSA [6] had two sons bhaYApaha=bhaYAvaha and aniruddha; kandarpa -> narahari.
  8. gaGgAdhara -> pashupati; hAkura -> jitAmitra; bhaYApaha -> dhavala=dharaNI (shakuni in some families' genealogy); aniruddha -> pikhAi=pithAi; narahari -> nArAYaNa.
  9. pashupati -> shakuna=shakuni; jitAmitra -> svAmI; dhavala -> mahAdeva; pithAi -> dharmmAMshu; nArAYaNa -> priYaGkara.
  10. shakuna had two sons kulIna jAhlana=jahlAna and kulIna maheshvara; svAmI -> vaidyanAtha; mahAdeva -> kulIna makaranda (also had cakrapANi); dharmmAMshu had two sons kulIna vAmana and kulIna devala (also had kuvera); priYaGkara -> tArApati.
  11. maheshvara -> mahAdeva; vaidyanAtha -> kulIna IshAna; makaranda had two sons vinAYaka and dAsharathi=dAshu; devala -> yogI; tArApati -> kAmadeva.
  12. mahAdeva had two sons tiko bAblAvAsI and durvvalI; vinAYaka -> ravi or vaYI; dAsharathi -> vanamAlI; yogI -> paNDita; kAmadeva -> vishvanAtha, jamidAra in kAgadi paragaNA in east bengal.
  13. tiko had two sons leGgurI and bheGgurI; durvvalI had 5 sons ananta gaYagharvAsI, saGketa vAGgalapAsha grAmavAsI, hari sAgaradiYAvAsI, nArAYaNa velashekhara grAmavAsI, and bhAskara; ravi -> IshAna; vanamAlI who had two sons bhIma and bhava=bhaYa; paNDita -> AkhaNDala; vishvanAtha -> rAmacandra.
  14. leGgurI -> lakSmIkAnta; ananta had three sons padmanAbha, janArddana, and nandana; saGketa -> utsAha; nArAYaNa (or hari) -> udaYana; hari had two sons vatsa and utsAha; bhAskara (or nArAYaNa) -> pItAmvara; IshAna who had two sons rAma and and lakSmaNa; bhIma -> mAdhava; bhava -> jiu=jiYo; akhaNDala -> tapana; rAmacandra -> subuddhi.
  15. lakSmIkAnta -> vihNo; padmanAbha -> vaidyanAtha; janArddana -> padmanAtha=padmanAbha; nandana had shrIpati, cakrapANI and ghanashyAma; utsAha (son of saGketa) had raghupati and raghunAtha; udaYana -> mAdhava; utsAha (son of hari) -> aniruddha; pItAmbara -> shrIvaGga or shrIraGga; rAma -> ananta; lakSmaNa -> hari; mAdhava -> Aditya; jiu -> digambara; tapana had shiva and kautuka; subuddhi -> kaMsAri.
  16. viSNo -> prajApati; padmanAtha -> anAYI=AnaYI; cakrapANI -> lambodara from gaYaghara who married daughter of cAkAlAdA of kAshyapa gotra from brAhmaNagA~ village in vikramapura in DhAkA and got the title AcAryya; raghupati -> nityAnanda; raghunAtha -> lambodara; mAdhava -> viSNu; aniruddha -> savAi; shrIvaGga had gautama and nityAnanda; ananta -> vanamAlI [16]; hari -> vashiSTha; Aditya -> pItAmbara; digambara -> sarvvAnanda; shiva -> rAma; kautuka -> keshava; kaMsAri -> trilocana.
  17. prajApati -> bhairava ghaTaka; anAYI had two sons lakSmInAtha and raghunAtha; lambodara (son of cakrapANI) -> gadAdhara; nityAnanada (son of raghupati) -> varadAnanda; lambodara (son of raghunAtha) -> cA~dAi; viSNu -> dhruvAnanda mishra; savAi -> sarvvAnanda; gautama -> digambara; nityAnanda (son of shrIvaGga) -> prajApati; vanamAlI -> vallabhAcAryya; vashiSTha -> sarvvAnanda miSra; pItAmbara -> caturbhuja; sarvvAnanda had hiraNya and bharata; rAma -> shubharAjakhAna; keshava -> kamalAkAnta; trilocana -> SaSThIdAsa.
  18. lakSmInAtha -> SaSThIdAsa; raghunAtha -> nArAYaNa; gadAdhara had kAshI, keshava, shaGkara, and rAmacandra; varadAnanda -> govinda; cA~dAi -> jIvadhara; dhruvAnanda -> gaGgAdhara; sarvvAnanda -> devIvara ghaTaka (who started the mel system in 1482 AD); digambara -> trilocana; prajApati -> puNDarIkAkSa; sarvvAnanda -> balabhadra; caturbhuja -> gaGgAdhara; hiraNya had two sons lohAi and savAi; bharata -> vyAsa; kamalAkAnta had vAsudeva sArvvabhauma, a contemporary of gaurAGga and whose descendants are called vaiSNavas of khAgaD.AkulI and live in villages such as tvarA, bAniYAjurI, rAthuA in dhAkA district, and viSNudAsa hAjarA, who got five villages from the bAdshAh and who was said to be five generations down from haladhara bhaTTAcAryya, descendant of AkhaNDala and who lived in yashohara district; SaSThIdAsa -> kAshInAtha.
  19. SaSThIdAsa -> mathuresha; rAmacandra had rAghava and pUrNAnanda; govinda -> kamala; jIvadhara -> daivakInandana; gaGgAdhara (son of dhruvAnanda) -> bhagIratha; trilocana -> harihara; puNDarIkAKSa -> shivanAtha; balabhadra -> guNAnanda; gaGgAdhara (son of caturbhuja) -> abhimanyu; vyAsa -> mAdhava; viSNudAsa -> shrImanta khAna who occupied mahammadashAhI paragaNA; kAshInAtha -> rAmasamAddAra, because this rAmacandra was born in the house of harekRSNa samAddAra.
  20. mathuresha -> balarAma; rAghava -> kRSNAnanda; pUrNAnanda had harivallabha and kRSNavallabha; kamala -> rAdhAnAtha; daivakInandana -> haridAsa; bhAgIratha had shrIpati and jitAmitra; harihara -> raghunandana; shivanAtha -> kRSNacandra; guNAnanda -> nArAYaNa; abhimanyu -> kRSNAnanda; mAdhava -> maheshvara; shrimantakhAna -> gopInAtha; rAmasamAddAra had four sons: bhavAnanda majumadAra, who was navAva's kAnanaNDa and helped mAnasiMha against pratApAditya and became the jamidAra of around 15-20 paraganAs like bhAluka, sulatAnapura, kAshimapura, islAmapura and made mATiYArI his capital, jagadIsha [20], who settled in kuD.ulagAchi, harivallabha, who settled in fatepura, and subuddhi, who settled in paTikAbAD.I.
  21. balarAma -> kRpAnAtha; harivallabha had rudradeva, madhusUdana and janArddana; rAdhAnAtha -> sundara; haridAsa -> rAjendra; shrIpati -> durgAdAsa; jitAmitra -> vANInAtha; kRSNacandra -> rAjendra; nArAYaNa -> rAma; kRSNAnanda -> viSNudAsa who got the title hAladAra from navAva enAyet khAn; maheshvara -> durgAdAsa; gopInAtha -> rajA caNDIcaraNa; bhavAnanda had three sons: gopAla [21] who got the jamidArI of places like shAntipura, mUlajora and rAYapura from sAhAjAn, ruler of Delhi and established his capital in reui village, govinda, who became jamidAra of digambarapura, and shrIkRSNa, whose descendants lived in shrIkRSNapura, shivAlaYa, bhAtasAlA etc.
  22. kRpAnAtha -> rAmanidhi; madhusUdana -> vAsudeva; janArddana had vANeshvara and kRSnadeva; sundara -> parashurAma; rAjendra (son of haridAsa) -> vivodha; durgAdAsa (son of shrIpati) had 4 sons: rAmakRSNa who is said to be five generations down from gaGgAdhara who was son of dhruvAnanda mishra, rAmeshvara, rAghava, and ramAkAnta=rAmakAnta; vANInAtha -> bhavanAtha; rAjendra (son of kRSNacandra) -> raghunAtha; rAma -> ramAvallabha; viSNudAsa -> rAmagopAla; durgAdAsa (son of maheshvara) -> rAmabhadra; caNDIcaraNa -> kamadeva; gopAla had rAghava.
  23. rAmanidhi -> IshAna; vANeshvara -> purushottama; parashurAma -> shrIvallabha; vivodha -> kiGkara; rAmeshvara had 5 sons gopi, rAma, raghu, lakSmaNa, and kAmadeva; rAghava (son of durgAdAsa) -> jaYarAma; rAmakAnta had kRSNarAma, kuJjavihArI, umAnanda and shukadeva; bhavanAtha -> madhuSudana; raghunAtha -> rAmakamala; rAmavallabha -> rAmakAnta; rAmagopAla -> rAmadeva; rAmabhadra -> shrIKRSNa; kAmadeva -> raghudeva; rAghava (son of gopAla) -> rudrarAma, who renamed reui village to kRSNanagara.
  24. IshAna -> veNI; purushottama had rAdhAmAdhava, rAmakeshava, rAmajaYa, and dhanaJjaya; shrIvallabha -> kRSNa; kiGkara -> rAjArAma; jaYarAma had 3 sons rudrarAma, raghurAma who may have lived in AriYala village in vikramapura in dhAkA, and keshavarAma who may have lived in jaYapura lakSmIpAshA village in yashohara district; kuJjavihArI -> sarvveshvara who married daughter of ramAnAtha gosvAmI of DhAkA who was four generations down from lokanAtha gosvAmI; madhusUdana -> vAsudeva; rAmakamala -> rAmavallabha; ramAkAnta -> rAmasharaNa; rAmadeva had kAmadeva and ayodhyArAma; shrIkRSNa -> rAmajIvana; raghudeva -> kRSNadeva; rudrarAma had two sons rAmakRSNa and rAmajIvana.
  25. veNI -> pA~cakaD.i vandyopAdhyAYa; rAmajaYa had haraprasanna, kujJavihArI and kumudinI; kRSNa -> vrajavinoda; rAjArAma -> gaGgAdhara; rudrarAma had abhirAma=muktArAma and kRSNarAma; raghurAma had 4 sons kAlAcA~da, bhRgu, durgA=durgArAma and shyAma, but in some genealogies we also find kRSNarAma and rAmaprasAda (a different list states kAlAcA~da, rAmaprasAda, shrIdhara, rAmalocana, durgArAma, ghanashyAma and bhRgurAma); keshava had rAmajaYa and harirAma (another list gives harirAma, viSNurAma, rAmAnanda, AnandarAma, rAmajaYa and more); (kaushalyA, not clear who he is, had rudra, raghu and keshava whose maternal grandfather was kumuda nyAYAlaGkAra of kAJjArI family from sArala); sarvveshvara -> kRSNakAnta who got his maternal grandfather's property in DhAkA and was called gosvAmI; vAsudeva -> durgAcaraNa; rAmavallabha -> mAnika; rAmasharaNa -> durgAdAsa; kAmadeva -> ghunIrAma; ayodhyArAma -> navakumAra; rAmajIvana (son of shrIkRSNA) -> jagannAtha; kRSNadeva -> rAmashaGkara; rAmajIvana (son of rudrarAma) -> raghurAma.
  26. kumudinI had tamasaraJjana and tApasaraJjana; vrajavinoda -> rAmakAnta; gaGgAdhara -> abhaYacaraNa; abhirAma had madhusUdana = viSNurAma and rAma=rAmarAma; kAlAcA~da -> yogeshvara; kRSNarAma (son of rudrarAma) -> santoSa; durgArAma -> rAmasharaNa; kRSNarAma (son of raghurAma) -> harihara; rAmaprasAda -> vrajamohana; rAmajaYa -> janmejaYa; harirAma -> rAmakAnta; kRSNakAnta had Anandacakra who became a jamidAra in dinAjapur district in 1860 and vaMshIvadana; durgAcaraNa -> rAmalocana; mAnika -> shrInAtha; durgAdAsa -> mANika; rAmashaGkara -> rajA pramathabhUSaNa; ghunIrAma -> rAmarAma; navakumAra -> rAmanArAYaNa; jagannAtha -> rAdhAkRSNa; raghurAma -> vAjapeYI mahArAjAdhirAja kRSNacandra, who lived bengali 1112-1189.
  27. ramAkAnta -> rAjA rAmamohana rAYa; abhaYacaraNa -> bholAnAtha; viSNurAma -> lakSmInArAYaNa = kAlIcaraNa who married into the sAvarNa caudhurI family of bariSA and bhaTTAcAryya family of sA~ihATI village in khulnA district and lived in bareYA village; rAma -> ratneshvara; yogeshvara -> rAmadulAla; santoSa -> bhavAnI; rAmasharaNa had nandakishora and govindaprasAda; harihara -> shivaprasAda; vrajamohana -> shivacandra; janmejaYa -> lakSmIkAnta, whose maternal grandfather was bhATdI caudhurI; rAmakAnta -> bhairava; Anandacakra had vanaoArIlAla and vihArIlAla; rAmalocana -> bhairava; shrInAtha -> rAmakamala; mANika -> rAmacandra; rAmarAma -> paJcAnana; rAmanArAYaNa -> rUpacA~da; rAdhAkRSNa -> rAmagopAla; kRSNacandra had six chilren: shivacandra, whose sons remained king of kRSNanagara, bhairavacandra, haracandra, maheshacandra, IshAnacandra, whose sons were kings of shivanivAsa, and shambhucandra, whose sons were kings of haradhAma.
  28. rAmamohana had two sons rAdhAprasAda and rAmaprasAda; bholAnAtha -> rAmacaraNa; lakSmInArAYaNa had goloka and bhavanIcaraNa; ratneshvara had shivaprasAda and goloka; rAmadulAla -> nIlakAnta; bhavAnI -> rAjacandra; nandakishora -> Anandakishora; govindaprasAda -> rAdhAkishora; shivaprasAda -> kAlInAtha; shivacandra (son of vrajamohana) -> rUpacandra; lakSmIkAnta -> bhagavAna vandyopAdhyAYa of faridapura, who married jaYakAlI, daughter of shambhucandra bhaTTAcAryya of sthalabetIla in pAbnA district, and was the son of the daughter of shambhurAYa of mAldaha govindapura, and whose daughter's son was harilAla caTTopAdhyAYa; bhairava (son of rAmakAnta) -> rAdhAmohana; vihArIlAla had gopAlalAla and shyAmalAla; bhairava (son of rAmalocana) -> Ishvara; rAmakamala -> haraprasAda shAstrI; rAmacandra -> sir gurudAsa vandyopAdhyAYa [28] (bengali mAgha 1250 to Monday, 16 agrahAYaNa 1325); paJcAnana -> akrura; rUpacA~da -> keshavalAla; rAmagopAla -> rAkhAla; shivacandra had Ishvaracandra.
  29. rAmaprasAda had two sons harimohana rAYa and pyArimohana rAYa; rAmacaraNa -> indranAtha; goloka (son of lakSmInArAYaNa) -> durgAcaraNa; bhavAnIcarana had nIlakamala, Ishvara, Ananda and kRSNa; shivaprasAda had tAracA~da and rAjacandra; goloka (son of ratneshvara) -> kailAsa; nIlakAnta had rAmaratana and vANI; rAjacandra -> vadana; Anandakishora -> navInacandra; rAdhAkishora had prasannacandra and harishcandra; kAlInAtha had hRdaYa and durgAnAtha; rUpacandra had rAjamohana and lokanAtha; rAdhAmohana -> Ananda; gopAlalAla had rAdhikAlAla, govindalAla, rAsavihArI, gAdala, and paJcAnana; Ishvara had pyArilAla and bhuvana who became a sannyAsI at age fifty; gurudAsa had four sons: hArANa, sharat, upendra and surendra; rAkhAla -> kAlIprasanna; akrura -> dvArakA; keshavalAla -> jitendralAla; Ishvaracandra -> girIshacandra.
  30. indranAtha -> satIndranAtha vandyopAdhyAYa jamidAra of gaGgATikurI; durgAcaraNa -> surendranAtha vandyopAdhyAYa; Ishvara -> prasanna; some son of bhavAnIcarana -> akSaYakumAra = gaurIshaGkara; tArAcA~da had vishvanAtha, shrInAtha and madhusUdana; rAjacandra -> Ishvara; kailAsa -> hemacandra vandyopAdhyAYa; rAmaratana had kAminI mohana vandyopAdhyAYa of deobhag, DhAkA, lalita, kishorI and mohinI; vANI had sons cA~da, yatIndra, bhujendra, rAimohana, rAjendra, haridAsa and vIjendra and daughter kAdambinI; vadana -> govinda; navInacandra had sons jagattAraNa, jagadIsha, and jIvanacandra of pAbnA, and daughters vidhu, jagatmohinI, and dakSinAkAlI; durgAnAtha -> priYanAtha vandyopAdhyAYa of pabanA; prasannacandra -> nIlaratana vandyopAdhyAYa who married SoD.ashI devi, daughter of prAnacandra pAkaD.AshI; harishcandra -> rAsavihArI vandyopAdhyAYa of AmagrAma village in pharidapura who married daughter of lAlamohana pAkaD.AshI; rAjamohana had kAlIprasanna vandyopAdhyAYa of bAghiYA village of pharidapura, yogendramohana, vrajendramohana, and madhusUdana; lokanAtha had hema and upendra; Ananda -> behArI; govindalAla had jJAnendra, shailendra and kAlidAsa; bhuvana's sons mohinImohana, manomohana, lalita=lalitamohana, kRSNa, gopAla, and nepAla settled in uttarapArA in hugalI; hArANa had shrIsha, satIsha, kSitIsha, sudhIra, sushIla, and subodha; sharat had girIsha, jagadIsha and yogesha; upendra had shailendra, girIndra and nagendra; surendra had siddheshvara; kAlIprasanna -> manoraJjana vandyopAdhyAYa; dvAraka -> abhaYa; girIshacandra -> shrIshacandra.
  31. surendranAtha -> bhavashaGkara; prasanna had five sons ashvini, kRSNa, sanat, avanI, and vijaya; akSaYakumAra -> satIshacandra vandyopAdhyAYa who lived in maNirAmapura of 24 pargaNA district; madhusUdana had mahendra, devendra, yogendra and munsefa harendra; Ishvara had gopAla who lived in AbAdapura village in TAGgAila; kAminI had sons jitendra, anaGga and prabhAta and daughters surabAlA, suvAsinI, capalA and TukI; lalita (son of rAmaratana) had surendra, ajita, and bhola; kishorI had suresha, jagadIsha, shashAGka, and vishvanAtha; mohinI had maNi and amiYamohana; govinda had haripada, madhu, and shyAmApada vandyopAdhyAYa of pAbanA; kAliprasanna had nalinI and bhuvana; nIlaratana had gopAla and govinda; hema had pratApa and manoraJjana; behArI had matilAla, akSaYa, prANagovinda, jIvana, and yajJeshvara vandyopAdhyAYa of pAbnA; manomohana had son pashupati and daughter karuNAmaYI; lalita (son of bhuvana) had daughter viSNUpriYA; nepAla had son vireshvara; abhaYa -> khagendralAla hAladAra; shrIshacandra -> satIshacandra.
  32. ashvini had AshA and bhAskara; kRSNa had shAnti and vinaYa; sanat had had dhIrAnanda and niraJjana; avanI had virAnanda and khokA; satIshacandra -> yadu; satIshacandra -> kSitIshacandra.
  33. kSitIshacandra -> mahArAjA kSauNIshcandra rAYa bAhAdura.

Of the non-kulinas mentioned in this family are also vidyanAtha -> kulabhUSaNa. Also, divAkara gaD.agaD.i, mArttaNDa, AnAi, gaNAi, hAD.a, gopI, and viTa vandya, vava kushArI, and dokaD.i mAsacaTaka. Descendants of kushArI lived in narendrapura of ceGguTiYA paragaNA of yashohara district who smelt the onion in the fried rice served by pIra Ali khà and were called pIrAlI. One of their descendants, paJcAnana came to govindapura and took the title ThAkura. His son jaYarAma moved to pAthuriYAghATA because Fort William was built by the British after the battle of palAshI. jaYarAma had AnandarAma, darpanArAYaNa, nIlamaNi, and govindarAma. nIlamaNi ThAkura moved to jorAsÃko and had rAdhAnAtha, dvArakAnAtha, and rAmanAtha. dvArakAnAtha had devendra, girIndra, and nagendra. devendra had hemendra, dvijendra, satyendra, and ravIndranAtha. devendranAtha had ksitIndranAtha ThAkura. darpanArAYaNa had rAdhAmohana, gopImohana, who established kAlI at mUlAyoD.a, kRSNamohana, harimohana, and pyArImohana. gopImohana had candrakumAra, kAlikumAra, nandakumAra, sUryyakumAra, harakumAra, and prasannakumAra. harakumAra had mahArAja yatIndramohana ThAkura and saurIndramohana ThAkura. yatIndramohana had mahArAja pradyotkumAra ThAkura.

In addition, there are the genealogies whose starting points I could not connect up. One starts with shrIshrInityAnanda [1], the famous nitAi of the vaishnavas. He was the eldest of seven sons of hAD.Ai (hAD.o) ojhA paNdita and padmAvatI, who lived in ekcakrA village in vIrabhUma. It is claimed that haD.Ai was a vAD.urI, and he was also called mukunda. nityAnanda married vasudhA and jAhNavA, two daughters of sUryyadAsa sarakhela of khaD.adaha. He had no children by jAhNavA, but had a son vIrabhadra [2] and daughter gaGgAdevI by vasudhA. vIrabhadra had rAmacandra [3] who lived in khaD.adeha and whose descendants lived in vRndAvana, navadvIpa, khaD.adaha, butanI, uddhAraNapura, DhAka, saptagrAma, etc., rAmakRSNa who lived in mAladaha and whose descendants live in vRndAvana, navadvIpa, gaYeshapura, sudapura, kAnAidAGgA, gorAbAjAra, mAro, kodlA in pAbnA district, AgaratalA, etc., and gopIjanavallabha who lived in latAdaha near sAhebagaJja and whose descendants live in latAdaha, nUpuravallabhapura, pURNiyA, moktArapura and yashohara district. rAmacandra had rAmadeva [4], kRSNadeva, rAdhAmAdhava, and viSNudeva. rAdhAmAdhava had gopIkAnta [5], rAghava, rAjendra, yAdava and balarAma. rAjendra had harigovinda [6] who married annapUrNA devI of butanigrAma in DhAkA and settled there. harigovinda had sarvveshvara [7], vaGgeshvara, and nandeshvara. sarvveshvara had lakSmIkAnta [8], gopIkRSNa, and ratanakRSNa. lakSmIkAnta had kRSNakishora [9], harikishora, prANakishora, govindakishora, and Anandakishora. kRSNakishora had candramohana [10], bhuvanamohana, rAmamohana, dvArakAmohana, and Alokamohana. candramohana had nityAnanda [11] -> gorAcA~da [12]. Alokamohana [10] had kRSNa [11]. somebody's son gopAla [11] and prANagopAla. prAnagopAla had yadu [12], nanda and vrajagopAla. yadu had vinoda [13]. prANakishora [9] had pyArImohana [10] -> madanagopAla [11] -> vrajagopAla [12]. govindakishora [9] had harimohana [10], gokulamohana, and golokamohana. Anandakishora [9] -> vishvamohana [10] -> nityagopAla [11]. gopIkRSNa [8] had a daughter whose son is rasikamohana caTTopAdhyAYa [10]. ratanakRSNa [8] -> nandakishora [9] -> ramaNImohana [10] who had yatIndralAla gosvAmI [11] and mahendralAla gosvAmI. rAmakRSNa [3] -> raghunandana [4] -> yAdavendra [5] -> rasikAnanda [6] -> vRndAvanacandra [7] -> guruprasAda [8] -> bhuvanamohana [9] -> caitanyamohana [10] who had Anandamohana [11], govindamohana and vrajamohana. Somebody's son is pyArImohana [12] who had ramaNImohana [13] in tripurA, mohinImohana, and vinodamohana.

The second one starts with IshAna nAgara [1] who was originally from navagrAma in lAuD.a in shrIhaTTa district, and who moved from shAntipura to jhAkapAla village in mANikagaJja in dhAkA. IshAna had puruSottama [2], harivallabha, and kRSNavallabha. puruSottama -> rAmanAtha [3] who had kRSNasharaNa [4] and naYanAnanda. kRSNasharaNa had Ananda [5] and nityAnanda. Ananda -> govinda [6] -> svarUpa [7] -> Ishvara [8]. Ishvara had yAdava [9] and patita. yAdava had yogesha [10], suresha, rAkhAla and jagadIsha. nityAnanda [5] -> rAmakRSNa [6] -> gauramohana [7] -> jAnakI [8] -> yogendra [9] who lives in haYadArapura in pharidapura. naYanAnanda [4] -> vinoda [5] -> nanda [6] -> jagamohana [7] -> aTala [8] -> kishorI [9] -> nikuJja [10]. kRSNavallabha [2] had rAmakeshava [3] and rAmeshvara. rAmakeshava [3] -> pUrNa [4] -> gopIkRSNa [5] -> svarUpa [6] -> harinAtha [7] who lived in sonAkAndara village in pharidapura. rAmeshvara [3] -> kRSNakiGkara [4] -> yugala [5] -> madana [6] -> balarAma [7] -> Ishvara [8].

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