prate cali' aila prabhu 'kanaira natasala'
dekhila sakala tahan krsna-caritra-lila
prate—in the morning; cali'-departing; aila—came; prabhu—the Lord; kanaira natasala—to the place of the name Kanai Natasala; dekhila—saw; sakala—all; tahan—there; krsna-caritra-lila—the pastimes of Krsna.
In the morning, the Lord left and went to a place known as Kanai Natasala. While there, He saw may pastimes of Lord Krsna.
In those days in Bengal there were many places known as Kanai Natasala, where pictures of the pastimes of Lord Krsna were kept. People used to go there to see them. This is called krsna-caritra-lila. In Bengal there are still many places called hari-sabha, which indicates a place where local people gather to chant the Hare Krsna maha-mantra and discuss the pastimes of Lord Krsna. The word kanai means "Lord Krsna's," and natasala indicates a place where pastimes are demonstrated. So those places which at the present moment are called hari-sabha may previously have been known as Kanai Natasala.
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