gada-dvara-patha chadila, nare tahan yaite
ratri-dina cali' aila patada-parvate
gada-dvara-patha—the path of the fortress; chadila—gave up; nare—not able; tahan—there; yaite—to go; ratri-dina—night and day; cali'-walking; aila—arrived; patada-parvate—in the hilly tract of land known as Patada.
In this way, Sanatana Gosvami was released. However, he was not able to walk along the path of the fortress. Walking day and night, he finally arrived at the hilly tract of land known as Patada.

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