TEXT 116
tabe prabhu kaila sapta-tala vimocana
setubandhe snana, ramesvara darasana
tabe—thereafter; prabhu—the Lord; kaila—did; sapta-tala-vimocana—deliverance of the Sapta-tala trees; setubandhe—at Cape Comorin; snana—bathing; ramesvara—temple of Ramesvara; darasana—visit.
After that, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu delivered the celebrated Sapta-tala trees, took His bath at Setubandha Ramesvara and visited the temple of Lord Siva known as Ramesvara.
It is said that the Sapta-tala trees arevery old, massive palm trees. There was once a fight between Valiand his brother Sugriva, and Lord Ramacandra took the side of Sugriva and killed Vali, keeping Himself behind one of these celebrated trees. When Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu toured south India, He embraced these trees, which were delivered and directly promoted to Vaikuntha.

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