panca-dina dekhe loka nahika visrama
loka-bhaye ratre prabhu aila kuliya-grama
panca-dina—continuously for five days; dekhe—see; loka—people; nahika—there is not; visrama—rest; loka-bhaye—on account of fearing the crowds of men; ratre—at night; prabhu—the Lord; aila—went; kuliya-grama—to the place known as Kuliya.
For five consecutive days all the people gathered to see the Lord, and still there was no rest. Out of fear of the crowd, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu left at night and went to the town of Kuliya [present-day Navadvipa].
If one considers the statements of the Caitanya-bhagavata along with the description by Locana dasa Thakura, it is clear that present-day Navadvipa was formerly known as Kuliya-grama. While at Kuliya-grama, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu bestowed His favor upon Devananda Pandita and delivered Gopala Capala and many others who had previously committed offenses at His lotus feet. At that time, to go from Vidyanagara to Kuliya-grama one had to cross a branch of the Ganges. All of those old places still exist. Cinadanga was formerly situated in Kuliya-grama, which is now known as Kolera Ganja.
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