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Śrīla Sārańga Ṭhākura was the seventy seventh branch of the tree of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Adi 10.113

"Another name of Ṭhākura Sārańga dāsa was Śārńga Ṭhākura. Sometimes he was also called Śārńgapāṇi or Śārńgadhara. He was a resident of Navadvīpa in the neighborhood known as Modadruma-dvīpa, and he used to worship the Supreme Lord in a secluded place on the bank of the Ganges. 

The descendants of his family are still residing at Sargram in Barddhaman district.


There is also a Bakul tree there which is perhaps existing since the time of  Sārańga Ṭhākura. There is a local legend concerning this tree. One day when Mahaprabhu came there, he noticed that the Bakul tree in the courtyard of  Sārańga's temple was dying. So he asked Saran-ga, "This Bakul tree is dying, so what are you going to do?" 

Sārańga Ṭhākura replied, "Besides Your mercy Prabhu, I don't see any hope for this tree." Then Mahaprabhu embraced that tree, which has remained healthy to this day and is now quite large.


Sārańga Ṭhākura had resolved that he would not accept any disciples but Mahaprabhu nevertheless repeatedly requested him to do so. Finally he relented and agreed by saying, "Tomorrow morning the first person I see I will initiate with the divine mantra."

The next day, in the early morning, he went to take his bath in the Ganges. By chance a dead body came and touched his feet as he entered the water. Picking up this body he said, "Who are you? Get up." From behind Mahaprabhu who was witnessing everything called out, "Sārańga! Say the mantra in his ear!" Then when Sārańga said the mantra into the ear of that dead child, the body became conscious. He said, "My name is  Murāri. I am your servant. Please bestow your mercy upon me."


This disciple later became famous as Ṭhākura Murāri, and his name is always associated with that of Śrī Sārańga. His disciplic succession still inhabits the village of Śar. 

On the day when this boy was to be invested with the sacred thread he was by chance bitten by a snake and died. As he was only a boy, the custom was not to burn the body but rather to place it on a raft of banana trees and float it down the Ganga. When his parents received the news that their child was alive, they came there to take him home. However Murāri declined to accompany them to his former home. He told them, "I will remain in the service of he who has given me life again, for I am indebted to him."

Vrindavana dasa Thakura has described this Sri Sārańga Murāri Ṭhākura as follows: "There was an external consiousness present in Caitanya dasa's transcendental body. He would enter into the forest just to chase tigers. Sometimes he would jump on the back of a tiger, who by his influence remained inert. At other time he would put a phython on his lap and play with great delight. It was by the mercy of Avadhuta Mahasaya (Nityananda Prabhu) that he was able to play in this way with tigers and snakes. Sri Nityananda Raya is very affectionate to his servants, and thus by a simple wink of his eye they are able to enjoy mellows which are not even accessible to Lord Brahma.

"Sri Sārańga Murāri Ṭhākura was constantly in forgetfulness of himself, absorbed as he was in the bliss of speaking his inner thoughts. Sometimes he would remain in the within the water for 2 or 3 days without suffering any bodily inconveniences... Such was the fierce intensity of his immeasurable prowess. How much can I describe of the interminable transformations of his devotional sentiments?" [Chaitanya Bhagavat Antya-lila. 5:426-434

In the Gaura-gaṇoddeśa-dīpikā (172) it is stated that Sārańga Ṭhākura was formerly a gopī named Nāndīmukhī. Some devotees say that he was formerly Prahlāda Mahārāja, but Śrī Kavi-karṇapūra says that his father, Śivānanda Sena, does not accept this proposition." (Srila Prabhupada) 

The temple of Sārańga Ṭhākura and his worshipable Deities, Sri Sri Radha-Gopinath are still being worshiped at Mamgachi (Jaharnagar), just North of the present town of Navadwip. The worshipable Deities of Vasudeva Datta Thakur, Sri Sri Radha-Madan Gopal are also residing there.



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