Krishna's Devotees peacefully tolerate all insults and abuses to themselves. But they strike like fire against offenders to their beloved guru or worshipable Lord Krishna.
Ganga Narayana Chakravarti and Ramachandra Kaviraja felt disturbed upon hearing of the imminent attack against their gurudeva.
Disguising themselves as a potter and a pan walla (betel nut vendor), they opened shops in a neighboring village. Upon arriving there, the smartas sent their students to buy pan and clay pots for cooking. Both the potter (Ramachandra Kaviraja) and the pan walla (Ganga Narayana) spoke pure Sanskrit with the students. Soon an argument stirred the ethers. The smartas, King Narasimha and Shri Rupa Narayana (the dig vijaya pandit) joined the furious debate. The two "wallas" quickly silenced the opposition. When he understood they were Narottama Dasa's disciples, the King told the smarta pandits, "If you can't even defeat these two common ordinary disciples of Narottama Dasa Thakura, how will you even defeat Narottama Dasa himself?"
Humiliated, the pandits headed home. That night in a dream Durga Devi told King Narasimha and the Dig Vijaya pandit, "Take initiation from Narottama Dasa Thakura, or else I'll cut off your heads." The next day they surrendered and received Radha-Krishna mantra diksha from Narottama Dasa Thakura.
The samadhi of Ganga Narayana Chakravarti is next to Narottama Dasa Thakura's samadhi in the Radha-Gokulananda Temple courtyard.