was Katyayani devi in Krishna lilaShrikanta or Shrikanta Sena
CC Adi 10.63: Shrivallabha Sena and Shrikanta Sena were also subbranches of Shivananda Sena, for they were not only his nephews but also unalloyed Devotees of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
CC Madhya 20.37: Walking and walking, Sanatana Goswami finally arrived at a place called Hajipura. That evening he sat down within a garden.
CC Madhya 20.38: In Hajipura there was a gentlemen named Shrikanta, who happened to be the husband of Sanatana Goswami's sister. He was engaged there in government service.
CC Madhya 20.39: Shrikanta had 300,000 gold coins with him, which had been given to him by the emperor for the purchase of horses. Thus Shrikanta was buying horses and dispatching them to the emperor.
CC Madhya 20.40: When Shrikanta was sitting in an elevated place, he could see Sanatana Goswami. That night he took a servant and went to see Sanatana Goswami.
CC Madhya 20.41: When they met, they had many conversations. Sanatana Goswami told him in detail about his arrest and release.
CC Madhya 20.42: Shrikanta then told Sanatana Goswami, "Stay here for at least two days and dress up like a gentleman. Abandon these dirty garments."
CC Madhya 20.43: Sanatana Goswami replied, "I shall not stay here even for a moment. Please help me cross the Ganges. I shall leave immediately."
CC Madhya 20.44: With great care, Shrikanta gave him a woolen blanket and helped him cross the Ganges. Thus Sanatana Goswami departed again.
CC Madhya 13.41: Another two persons, Shrikanta and Vallabha Sena, joined as responsive singers. In this group, the senior Haridasa [Haridasa Thakura] was the dancer.
CC Antya 12.7: Meanwhile, all the Devotees journeyed from their homes in Bengal to see Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
CC Antya 12.8: Headed by Shivananda Sena, Advaita Acharya and others, all the Devotees assembled in Navadwipa.
CC Antya 12.9: The inhabitants of Kulina-grama and Khanda village also assembled at Navadwipa.
CC Antya 12.10: Because Nityananda Prabhu was preaching in Bengal, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu had ordered Him not to come to Jagannatha Puri. That year, however, He went with the rest of the party to see the Lord.
CC Antya 12.11: Shrivasa Thakura was also there with his three brothers and his wife, Malini. Acharyaratna was similarly accompanied by his wife.
CC Antya 12.12: The wife of Shivananda Sena also came, along with their three sons. Raghava Pandita joined them, carrying his famous bags of food.
CC Antya 12.13: Vasudeva Datta, Murari Gupta, Vidyanidhi and many other Devotees went to see Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu. All together, they numbered two or three hundred.
CC Antya 12.14: The Devotees first saw Sachi mata and took her permission. Then in great happiness they started for Jagannatha Puri, congregationally chanting the Holy Name of the Lord.
CC Antya 12.15: Shivananda Sena managed the payment of tolls at different places. Maintaining everyone, he guided all the Devotees in great happiness.
CC Antya 12.16: Shivananda Sena took care of everyone and gave each Devotee places to stay. He knew all the paths leading to Orissa.
CC Antya 12.17: One day when the party was being checked by a toll collector, the Devotees were allowed to pass, and Shivananda Sena remained behind alone to pay the taxes.
CC Antya 12.18: The party went into a village and waited beneath a tree because no one but Shivananda Sena could arrange for their residential quarters.
CC Antya 12.19: Nityananda Prabhu meanwhile became very hungry and upset. Because He had not yet obtained a suitable residence, He began calling Shivananda Sena ill names.
CC Antya 12.20: "Shivananda Sena has not arranged for My residence," He complained, "and I am so hungry I could die. Because he has not come, I curse his three sons to die."
CC Antya 12.21: Hearing this curse, Shivananda Sena's wife began to cry. Just then, Shivananda returned from the toll station.
CC Antya 12.22: Crying, his wife informed him, "Lord Nityananda has cursed our sons to die because His quarters have not been provided."
CC Antya 12.23: Shivananda Sena replied, "You crazy woman! Why are you needlessly crying? Let my three sons die for all the inconvenience we have caused Nityananda Prabhu."
CC Antya 12.24: After saying this, Shivananda Sena went to Nityananda Prabhu, who then stood up and kicked him.
CC Antya 12.25: Very pleased at being kicked, Shivananda Sena quickly arranged for a milkman's house to be the Lord's residence.
CC Antya 12.26: Shivananda Sena touched the lotus feet of Nityananda Prabhu and led Him to His residence. After giving the Lord His quarters, Shivananda Sena, being very pleased, spoke as follows.
CC Antya 12.27: "Today You have accepted me as Your servant and have properly punished me for my offense.
CC Antya 12.28: "My dear Lord, Your chastising me is Your causeless mercy. Who within the three worlds can understand Your real character?
CC Antya 12.29: "The dust of Your lotus feet is not attainable even by Lord Brahma, yet Your lotus feet have touched my wretched body.
CC Antya 12.30: "Today my birth, my family and my activities have all become successful. Today I have achieved the fulfillment of religious principles, economic development, satisfaction of the senses and ultimately devotional service to Lord Krishna."
CC Antya 12.31: When Lord Nityananda heard this, He was very happy. He rose and embraced Shivananda Sena in great love.
CC Antya 12.32: Being very much pleased by Nityananda Prabhu's behavior, Shivananda Sena began to arrange residential quarters for all the Vaishnavas, headed by Advaita Acharya.
CC Antya 12.33: One of Shri Nityananda Prabhu's characteristics is His contradictory nature. When He becomes angry and kicks someone, it is actually for his benefit.
CC Antya 12.34: Shivananda Sena's nephew, Shrikanta, the son of his sister, felt offended, and he commented on the matter when his uncle was absent.
CC Antya 12.35: "My uncle is well known as one of the associates of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, but Lord Nityananda Prabhu asserts His superiority by kicking him."
CC Antya 12.36: After saying this, Shrikanta, who was only a boy, left the group and traveled on alone to the residence of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
CC Antya 12.37: When Shrikanta offered obeisances to the Lord, he was still wearing his shirt and coat. Therefore Govinda told him, "My dear Shrikanta, first take off these garments."
CC Antya 12.38: As Govinda was warning Shrikanta, Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu said, "Don't bother him. Let Shrikanta do whatever he likes, for he has come here in a distressed state of mind."
CC Antya 12.39: Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu inquired from Shrikanta about all the Vaishnavas, and the boy informed the Lord about them, naming them one after another.
CC Antya 12.40: When Shrikanta Sena heard the Lord say "He is distressed," he could understand that the Lord is omniscient.
CC Antya 12.41: As he described the Vaishnavas, therefore, he did not mention Lord Nityananda's kicking Shivananda Sena. Meanwhile, all the Devotees arrived and went to meet the Lord.