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Gauridasa Pandit entered the eternal go carana lila (cowherding pastimes) of Krishna-Balarama. In Vraja he is Subala, a dvadasa gopala. His samadhi is within the Shyama-Raya temple compound in Dhira Samira, Vrndavana.
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Gopala Guru Goswami was a disciple of Sri Vakreshwara Pandit. He was a brahmana from Utkala. From early childhood, he stayed with Vakreshwara Pandit and remained under his care and guidance. According to some, Gopal Guru Goswami was the gopi known as Tungavidya Sakhi. The murti of Gopala Guru in Puri is still being worshipped at Radha-Kanta Mandir and another branch of Radhakanta temple with a samadhi mandir and murti of Gopala Guru was founded near Vansivat in Vrindavana.
Lord Siva as Gopisvara Mahadeva, in the form of a cowherd girl in order to witness the pastimes of Krishna and the gopis. You can tell that it is Lord Siva because he has a snake around his neck. There used to be a tree here known as Vamsivata, that had been here since the time of Lord Krishna, about 5,000 years ago. It is said that Krishna would play his flute under this tree. About 450 years ago the Yamuna River washed this tree away. Paramananda Bhatta Acarya (some say it was Madhu Pandita Gosvami) took a branch of the tree and replanted it.
Srinivas Acharya samadhi: Srinivas Acharya is a Parsada. He is an eternal associate of the lila of Lord Chaitanya, even though he personally did not meet Lord Chaitanya. He was invited to come in this world personally by Lord Chaitanya.
Lord Brahma had performed the marriage of Srimati Radharani (Kisoriji – as Vraja Vasis address) & Lord Krishna (Thakurji – as Vraja Vasis address) according to Vedic rites. This is stated in the Brahma Vaivarta Purana. Here we saw the beautiful deities of Sri Sri Radha Krishna. We also saw the tree in the Syama Sundara form and Lord Brahma performing their marriage. We also had the Darshan of Lord Balarama (Daoji – as Vraja Vasis address).