TEXT 119
ei mata vidyanagare saksi-gopala
seva angikara kari' achena cira-kala
SYNONYMS
ei mata—in this way; vidyanagare—in the town of Vidyanagara; saksi-gopala—the witness Gopala; seva—service; angikara—acceptance; kari'-doing; achena—remains; cira-kala—a long time.
TRANSLATION
Thus Saksi-gopala stayed in Vidyanagara and accepted service for a very long time.
PURPORT
This city of Vidyanagara is situated in Trailanga-desa, South India, on the bank of the river Godavari. The place where the Godavari flows into the Bay of Bengal is called Kotadesa. The Orissa kingdom was very powerful, and this Kotadesa was the capital of Orissa. It was then known as Vidyanagara. Formerly this city was situated on the southern side of the river Godavari. At that time King Purusottama-deva managed to control Orissa and appoint a government. The present city of Vidyanagara is on the southeast side of the river, only twenty to twenty-five miles from Rajamahendri. During the time of Maharaja Prataparudra, Sri Ramananda Raya was the governor there. Vijaya-nagara is not identical with Vidyanagara.

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