vana-yatraya vana dekhi' dekhe govardhana
dvadasa-vana dekhi' sese gela vrndavana
vana-yatraya—in touring the different forests; vana dekhi'-while seeing the forests; dekhe—they see; govardhana—Govardhana Hill; dvadasa-vana dekhi'-visiting the twelve forests in Vrndavana; sese—at last; gela—reached; vrndavana—Vrndavana.
After reaching Mathura, they started visiting the different forests of Vrndavana and came to Govardhana Hill. They visited all twelve forests [vanas] and at last came to the town of Vrndavana.
The five forests situated on the eastern side of the river Yamuna are Bhadra, Bilva, Loha, Bhandira and Mahavana. The seven forests situated on the western side of the Yamuna are Madhu, Tala, Kumuda, Bahula, Kamya, Khadira and Vrndavana. After visiting all these forests, these pilgrims went to a place known as Pancakrosi Vrndavana. Out of the twelve forests, the Vrndavana forest extends from the town of Vrndavana up to Nanda-grama and Varsana, a distance of thirty-two miles, within which the Pancakrosi Vrndavana town is situated.
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