TEXT 185
chatrabhoga pāra hañā chāḍiyā sarāṇa
kugrāma diyā diyā karila prayāṇa
SYNONYMS
chatra-bhoga—the place named Chatrabhoga; pāra hañā—crossing; chāḍiyā—giving up; sarāṇa—the royal road; kugrāma diyā diyā—going through village pathways; karila prayāṇa—proceeded.
TRANSLATION
He crossed Chatrabhoga, but instead of going on the general path, he proceeded on the path that went from village to village.
PURPORT
Chatrabhoga, known now as Chāḍa-khāḍi, is in the district of twenty-four pargaṇās in West Bengal. It is situated near the celebrated village Jayanagara-majilapura. Formerly the Ganges or some of its branches flowed through this region. Sometimes Chatrabhoga is misunderstood to have been a village on the River Kāṅsāi-nadī in Benāpola.

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