madhu-vana, tala, kumuda, bahula-vana gela
tahan tahan snana kari' premavista haila
madhu-vana—Madhuvana; tala—Talavana; kumuda—Kumudavana; bahula-vana—Bahulavana; gela—He visited; tahan tahan—here and there; snana kari'-taking bath; prema-avista haila—became overwhelmed by ecstatic love.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu visited the different forests, including Madhuvana, Talavana, Kumudavana and Bahulavana. Wherever He went, He took His bath with great ecstatic love.
The word vana means "forest." Vrndavana is the name given to the forest where Srimati Vrndadevi (Tulasidevi) grows profusely. Actually it is not a forest as we ordinarily consider a forest because it is very thick with green vegetation. There are twelve such vanas in Vrndavana. Some are located on the western side of the Yamuna and others on the eastern side. The forests situated on the eastern side are Bhadravana, Bilvavana, Lauhavana, Bhandiravana and Mahavana. On the western side are Madhuvana, Talavana, Kumudavana, Bahulavana, Kamyavana, Khadiravana and Vrndavana. These are the twelve forests of the Vrndavana area.
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