durvaśane raghunāthe kaila daraśana
mahendra-śaile paraśurāmera kaila vandana
durvaśane—at Durvaśana; raghunāthe—Lord Rāmacandra; kaila daraśana—Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu visited; mahendra-śaile—on Mahendra-śaila; paraśu-rāmera—to Lord Paraśurāma; kaila vandana—offered prayers.
At Durvaśana Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu visited the temple of Lord Rāmacandra, and on the hill known as Mahendra-śaila He saw Lord Paraśurāma.
In Durvaśana, or Darbhaśayana, seven miles east of Ramnad, there is a temple of Lord Rāmacandra overlooking the ocean. The hill known as Mahendra-śaila is near Tirunelveli, and at the end of this hill is a city known as Tiruchendurḍ. West of Mahendra-śaila is the territory of Tribāṅkura. There is mention of Mahendra-śaila in the Rāmāyaṇa.
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