paksi-tirtha dekhi' kaila siva darasana
vrddhakola-tirthe tabe karila gamana
paksi-tirtha dekhi'-after visiting the place known as Paksi-tirtha; kaila—did; siva darasana—visiting the temple of Lord Siva; vrddhakola-tirthe—to the holy place known as Vrddhakola; tabe—then; karila gamana—went.
At Paksi-tirtha, Lord Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu visited the temple of Lord Siva. Then He went to the Vrddhakola place of pilgrimage.
Paksi-tirtha, also called Tirukadi-kundam, is located nine miles southeast of Cimlipat. It has a five-hundred-foot elevation and is situated in a chain of hills known as Vedagiri or Vedacalam. There is a temple of Lord Siva there, and the deity is known as Vedagirisvara. Two birds come there daily to receive food from the temple priest, and it is claimed that they have been coming since time immemorial.
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