'mantreśvara'-duṣṭa-nade pāra karāila
'pichaldā' paryanta sei yavana āila
mantreśvara—named Mantreśvara; duṣṭa-nade—at a dangerous spot in the river; pāra karāila—arranged to cross; pichaldā paryanta—up to the place named Pichaldā; sei—that; yavana—Mohammedan governor; āila—accompanied Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.
The Mohammedan governor accompanied Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu past Mantreśvara. This place was very dangerous due to pirates. He took the Lord to a place named Pichaldā, which was near Mantreśvara.
The very wide mouth of the Ganges near present-day Diamond Harbor was called Mantreśvara. Through the Ganges, the boat entered the Rūpa-nārāyaṇa River and reached the village of Pichaldā. Pichaldā and Mantreśvara are located very close together. After passing Mantreśvara, the Mohammedan governor accompanied the Lord as far as Pichaldā.
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