nityananda kaila prabhura danda-bhanjana
ksira-curi-katha—the narration of the stealing of the condensed milk; saksi-gopala-vivarana—the description of witness Gopala; nityananda—Nityananda Prabhu; kaila—did; prabhura—of the Lord; danda-bhanjana—breaking the sannyasa rod.
From Nityananda Prabhu, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu heard the story of Ksira-curi Gopinatha and of the witness Gopala. Then Nityananda Prabhu broke the sannyasa rod belonging to Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu.
This Ksira-curi Gopinatha is situated about five miles away from the Balesvara station on the Northeastern Railway, formerly known as the Bengal Mayapura Railway. This station is situated a few miles away from the famous Kargapura junction station. Sometimes the charge of the temple was given to Syamasundara Adhikari from Gopivallabhapura, which lies on the border of the district of Medinipura. Syamasundara Adhikari was a descendant of Rasikananda Murari, the chief disciple of Syamananda Gosvami.
A few miles before the Jagannatha Puri station is a small station called Saksi-gopala. Near this station is a village named Satyavadi, where the temple of Saksi-gopala is situated.
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