'annakuta'-name grame gopalera sthiti
raja-puta-lokera sei grame vasati
annakuta-name—by the name Annakuta; grame—in the village; gopalera—of Gopala; sthiti—residence; raja-puta-lokera—of people from Rajasthan; sei grame—in that village; vasati—habitation.
Gopala stayed in a village called Annakuta-grama on Govardhana Hill. The villagers who lived in that village were mainly from Rajasthan.
gopa-gopi bhunjayena kautuka apara
ei hetu 'aniyora' nama se ihara
annakuta-sthana ei dekha srinivasa
e-sthana darsane haya purna abhilasa
kundera nikata dekha nivida-kanana
ethai 'gopala' chila hana sangopana
"Look at the dense forest near the kunda. It was there that Gopala was concealed." Also, the Stavavali (8.75) by Raghunatha dasa Gosvami states:
dhrtva brhat-kayam agharir utkah
varena radham chalayan vibhunkte
yatranna-kutam tad aham prapadye
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