Everything looked so very nice that other sannyāsīs became attracted, "Oh, very nice." Prabhāve ākarṣila saba sannyāsīra mana (CC Adi 7.61): The other sannyāsīs who were sitting, they were all attracted, "A very nice boy sannyāsī." So uṭhila sannyāsī saba chāḍiyā āsana (CC Adi 7.61): automatically they were so pleased that they stood up to show Him respect, Lord Caitanya. Prakāśānanda-nāme eka sannyāsī-pradhāna (CC Adi 7.62): "The chief of the sannyāsīs who were sitting there, his name was Prakāśānanda Sarasvatī." Sarasvatī.
The sannyāsīs, they have got different titles. According to Śaṅkara-sampradāya, there are ten titles. And, according to Vaiṣṇava-sampradāya, there are 108 titles. So the ten titles which the Śaṅkara-sampradāya claim, that is also included in the Vaiṣṇava-sampradāya. They are called Sarasvatī, Bhāratī, er, I mean to say Vana, Araṇya—in this way, there are ten names. My Guru Mahārāja, my spiritual master, he was sannyāsī, and his title was Sarasvatī. Sarasvatī. So Sarasvatī, Bhāratī, Tīrtha, Vana, Araṇya, Parvata, just like so many titles.