TEXT 96
pathe nana lila-rasa, deva-darasana
madhava-purira katha, gopala-sthapana
SYNONYMS
pathe—on the way; nana—various; lila-rasa—transcendental pastimes; deva-darasana—visiting the temples; madhava-purira—of Madhavendra Puri; katha—incidents; gopala—of Gopala; sthapana—the installation.
TRANSLATION
On the way toward Jagannatha Puri, Caitanya Mahaprabhu performed many other pastimes. He visited various temples and heard the story about Madhavendra Puri and the installation of Gopala.
PURPORT
This Madhava Puri is Madhavendra Puri. Another Madhava Puri is Madhavacarya, who was the spiritual master of a devotee in the line of Gadadhara Pandita and who wrote a book known as Sri Mangala-bhasya. Madhavacarya, however, is different from Madhavendra Puri, who is mentioned in this verse.

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