Shri Eknath Maharaj and Girijabai had three children. Godabai, Haripandit and Gangabai. Godabai aka Leela has married Chintamni Mudgal of Paithan. The great poet Mukteshwar is their son. Gangabai married Balkrishnapant Chandrket of Dambal. Poet Shivram is their grandson. Haripandit aka Haripant is a learned Pandit; but he did not like the behaviour of Nath. Due to this, he left for Kashi. Later, for some reason, he understood the importance of Nath and came back to Paithan with his family and started carrying on the Parmarthik heritage of Nath. He received the grace (Anugraha) of Nath. After the Samadhi of Nath, he continued the Wari of Alandi and Pandharpur. He had started the tradition of taking the Charanpaduka of Nath in Palakhi to Pandhari. Haripandit had three children- Pralhada, Megh:shyambuva and Raghoba.
The dynasty of Prahlada stopped after five generations. Raghoba was Parmarthik from his childhood. Like his grandfather, he loved to do the kirtan and sing Bhajan. In his eleventh generation, SriNarayana Maharaj became a great devotee of Bhagavata. He gave the glory to Palkhi ceremony of Nath. He stirred up the sect through the Paithankar Phada and Warkari kirtan. Many people of Vidarbha follow him. Megh:shyambuva is the second grandson of Nath. Following the example of his father, he continued the disciple tradition as well as the lineage. Like Nath, he was also a great devotee of Bahgawat. At present the lineage of Megh:Shyambuwa has spread and all the descendants of Nath in Paithan belong to Megh: Shyambuwa. In the fifth, sixth and seventh generations of Nath, Ramchandrabuwa, Chayyabuwa, Mayyabuwa, Kashinathbuwa, Vishwanathbuwa etc. were born as the great musicians, the singers. At the time of their Deeprag singing, the light used to lamp. Such was their authority. Thus, they got many Jahagiris (gifts) from Bhosale, Peshwa, Shinde, Holkar, Nimbalkar etc.
Vaijnathbuwa, Bhagwatbuwa in the ninth generation; Trimbakbuwa in the twelfth generation; Srichandrasekharbuwa, Shrigirishbuwa, Srimilindbuwa in the thirteenth generation, and others have carried on the singing tradition. Shri. Naraharibuwa, Shri. Ganapatbuwa, Shri. Madhukarbuwa have worked through the medium of the book publishing, etc. Shri Digambar Maharaj and Shri Pandurang Maharaj worked as the Warkari sectarian kirtankar, Shri Naryana Maharaj had served through Bharudas, and Shri Vitthalbuva served through the medium of the discourses (pravachana). Shri Pramodbuva, in the thirteenth generation had written the biographies (Santcharitrye ) of many saints. Shri Chayyamaharaj and Shri Pravin Maharaj perform the service of the Kirtan.
In the eleventh generation of Nath, Shrimantraje Sribhanudas Maharaj became a virtuous man. He was a Rajyogi. Within a few years of his marriage, he left the glorious hope and went to the Himalayas only with his clothes.