eka-dina prabhu tatha kariya nivasa
prate kumarahatte aila,--yahan srinivasa
eka-dina—one day; prabhu—Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu; tatha—there; kariya nivasa—residing; prate—in the morning; kumarahatte—the town named Kumarahatta; aila—reached; yahan—where; srinivasa—the home of Srinivasa Thakura.
The Lord stayed at Raghava Pandita's place for only one day. The next morning, He went to Kumarahatta, where Srivasa Thakura lived.
From Kumarahatta, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went to Kancanapalli (known as Kancadapada), where Sivananda Sena lived. After staying two days at Sivananda's house, the Lord went to the house of Vasudeva Datta. From there He went to the western side of Navadvipa to the village called Vidyanagara. From Vidyanagara He went to Kuliya-grama and stayed at Madhava dasa's house. He stayed there one week and excused the offenses of Devananda and others. Due to Kaviraja Gosvami's mentioning the name of Santipuracarya, some people think that Kuliya is a village near Kancadapada. Due to this mistaken idea, they invented another place known as New Kuliyara Pata. Actually such a place does not exist. Leaving the house of Vasudeva Datta, Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu went to the house of Advaita Acarya. From there He went to the western side of Navadvipa to Vidyanagara and stayed at the house of Vidya-vacaspati. These accounts are given in the Caitanya-bhagavata, Caitanya-mangala, Caitanya-candrodaya-nataka and Caitanya-carita-kavya. Srila Kaviraja Gosvami has not vividly described this entire tour; therefore, on the basis of Caitanya-caritamrta, some unscrupulous people have invented a place called Kuliyara Pata near Kancadapada.
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