tapi snana kari' aila mahismati-pure
nana tirtha dekhi tahan narmadara tire
tapi—in the Tapi River; snana kari'-taking a bath; aila—arrived; mahismati-pure—at Mahismati-pura; nana tirtha—many holy places; dekhi—seeing; tahan—there; narmadara tire—on the bank of the river Narmada.
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu next arrived at the banks of the river Tapi. After bathing there, He went to Mahismati-pura. While there, He saw many holy places on the banks of the river Narmada.
The river Tapi is presently known as Tapti. The river's source is a mountain called Multai, and the river flows westward through the state of Saurastra and into the Arabian Sea. Mahismati-pura is mentioned in Mahabharata in connection with Sahadeva's victory. Sahadeva, the youngest brother of the Pandavas, conquered that part of the country. As stated in the Mahabharata:
tato ratnany upadaya
purim mahismatim yayau
tatra nilena rajna sa
cakre yuddham nararsabhah
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