Advaita Acharya’s wife was a respectable and noble woman name Sita Thakurani. Taking permission from her husband, she went to Navadwip bearing gifts to see the crown jewel of infants. (Chaitanya Charitamrita 1.13.112)
Shri Sita Thakurani is to be worshiped just as much as Sachi Devi herself, as the mother of the universe. She is the eternal wife of Shri Advaita Acharya. She was the daughter of Shri Nrishinga Baduri. She was married to Shri Advaita Acharya in Phuliya Nagara. After their wedding, Advaita Acharya went to Nadiya, to live in Shantipura. Sita Thakurani was always absorbed in vatsalya prema for Shri Gaurasundara Prabhu, and, out of parental concern used to instruct Jagannatha Mishra on how to care for the boy.
The main exponent of the Kumara or Chatuhsana sampradaya (this knowledge was transmitted to the four Kumaras by the Hamsa avatara), who lived in the 13th century and propagated the doctrine called dvaita advaita, “simultaneous oneness and duality”.
Shri Nimbarkacharya is believed to be the incarnation of the Sudarshana Chakra (the Discus weapon of Krishna)At the end of Treta Yuga, the Brahmanas, being afraid of the Asuras, prayed to Lord Hari. They also prayed to Brahma who himself prayed to Lord Hari again. Then the Lord summoned his own Sudarshana Chakra -a part of Himself- and commanded him to descend on earth to revive and teach the Vaishnava Dharma which was waning and which he could learn from Narada, and spread it all around.
Uddhava Das is an avesha incarnation of the Moon-god.
In the Chaitanya Charitamrita (1.12.83), it is said that Uddhava Das is a branch of Gadadhara Pandit Goswami. As such, he is mentioned by Yadunatha Das in the Shakha-nirnayamrita (35):
He lived in Navadvipa and negotiated Mahaprabhu’s first marriage with Laksmi devi. He was Visvamitra in Krishna lila.The same person who appeared as Visvamitra Muni, who arranged the marriage of Lord Ramacandra, and who also appeared as the brahmana messenger sent by Srimati Rukmini-devi to Lord Kesava, also appeared in Lord Caitanya’s pastimes as Vanamali Acarya, who was famous as a learned astrologer.
(Sri Gaura Ganoddesha Dipika by Kavi Karnapura)
Vanamali Pandita, the thirty-fifth branch of the tree, was very celebrated in this world. He saw a golden club and plow in the hands of the Lord.
Vanamali Pandita saw Lord Caitanya in the ecstasy of Balarama. This is described vividly in the Caitanya-bhagavata, Antya-lila.
Vanamali Thakura was an incarnation of Sudama Brahmana, who was afflicted by great poverty and obtained great wealth from the Lord.
A resident of Navadvipa, he belonged to the sakha of Lord Chaitanya. He had beautiful handwriting, hence he was popularly known as “Akhariya” (copyist). He copied several books for Lord Gauranga. The Lord referred to him as “Ratnavahu”. In his past incarnation Vijayadasa was Kundanidhi (GGD. 103). He was overwhelmed with ecstacy on the day in which Lord Gauranga revealed his spiritual opulence (CC. 1.10.65-66)
Ishan Thakur was Jagannath Mishra’s household servant. Only an eternal associate of the Supreme Lord could have the good fortune to render him personal service in his own home. The Lord accepts the service of his own confidential associates. When Mahaprabhu was born, Ishan had the chance to take the Lord on his lap and to hold Him affectionately. He tolerated all of little Nimai’s childhood pranks and answered His every whim. Nimai was unable to go without Ishan for even a moment.
One day during His tour in South India, Lord Chaitanya went to have darshana of Shri Ranganath in Siddhavata. There He met a brahmana who invited Him to his house. The brahmana was a Devotee of Shri Rama and continually chanted the name of Rama. From his house, Lord Chaitanya went for darshana of Shri Skanda deva in Skanda kshetra and Shri Trivikrama deva, then again returned to the house of the brahmana in Siddhavata. This time He found that the brahmana was chanting the name of Krishna. When Mahaprabhu asked the reason for this, the brahmana replied, “The Holy Name of Krishna has come to my lips after seeing You. Now I know that You are Krishna Himself.” Saying this he began to cry, holding the feet of the Lord, who showered His blessings upon him.
Sadashiva Kaviraja was a great Devotee of Lord Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.He belonged to the spiritual lineage of Lord Nityananda. Four generations of Sadashiva’s family were parsadas or Devotees of Lord Gauranga.
A Vaidya by caste, Sadashiva was the son of Kansari Sen. Sadashiva’s son was Purushottama dasa. His grandson was Kanu Thakura.
CC Antya 12.54: There was a resident of Nadia named Parameshvara, who was a confectioner living near the home of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
CC Antya 12.55: When the Lord was a boy, He would visit the house of Parameshvara Modaka again and again. The confectioner would supply the Lord milk and sweetmeats, and the Lord would eat them.
CC Antya 12.56: Parameshvara Modaka had been affectionate toward the Lord since His childhood, and he was one of those who came that year to see the Lord at Jagannatha Puri.