sannyasa kariya yabe prabhu nilacale gela
tatha haite yabe kuliya grame aila
tabe sei papi prabhura la-ila sarana
hita upadesa kaila ha-iya karuna
sannyasa kariya—after accepting the renounced order of life; yabe—when; prabhu—Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu; nilacale—to Jagannatha Puri; gela—went; tatha haite—from there; yabe—when; kuliya—of the name Kuliya; grame—to the village; aila—came back; tabe—at that time; sei—that; papi—sinful man; prabhura—of the Lord; la-ila—took; sarana—shelter; hita—beneficial; upadesa—advice; kaila—gave; ha-iya—becoming; karuna—merciful.
When Sri Caitanya, after accepting the renounced order of life, went to Jagannatha Puri and then came back to the village of Kuliya, upon His return that sinful man took shelter at the Lord's lotus feet. The Lord, being merciful to him, gave him instructions for his benefit.
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura, in his Anubhasya, has given the following note in connection with the village Kuliya. The village originally known as Kuliya has developed into what is now the city of Navadvipa. In various authorized books like Bhakti-ratnakara, Caitanya-carita-mahakavya, Caitanya-candrodaya-nataka and Caitanya-bhagavata it is mentioned that the village Kuliya is on the western side of the Ganges. Even now, within the area known as Koladvipa, there is a place known as kuliara ganja and a place called kuliara daha, both within the jurisdiction of the present municipality of Navadvipa. In the time of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu there were two villages, named Kuliya and Pahadapura, on the western side of the Ganges, both belonging to the jurisdiction of Bahiradvipa. At that time the place on the eastern side of the Ganges now known as Antardvipa was known as Navadvipa. At Sri Mayapur that place is still known as Dvipera Matha. There is another place of the name Kuliya near Kancadapada, but it is not the same Kuliya mentioned here. It cannot be accepted as aparadha-bhanjanera pata, or the place where the offense was excused, for that occurred in the above-mentioned Kuliya on the western side of the Ganges. For business reasons many envious persons oppose excavation of the real place, and sometimes they advertise unauthorized places as the authorized one.
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