chatrabhoga pāra hañā chāḍiyā sarāṇa
kugrāma diyā diyā karila prayāṇa
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.
He crossed Chatrabhoga, but instead of going on the general path, he proceeded on the path that went from village to village.
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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