śveta-varāha dekhi, tāṅre namaskari'
pītāmbara-śiva-sthāne gelā gaurahari
śveta-varāha—the white boar incarnation; dekhi—seeing; tāṅre—unto Him; namaskari'-offering respect; pīta-ambara—dressed with yellow garments; śiva-sthāne—to the temple of Lord Śiva; gelā—went; gaurahari—Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu.
At Vṛddhakola, Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu visited the temple of Śveta-varāha, the white boar incarnation. After offering Him respects, the Lord visited the temple of Lord Śiva, wherein the deity is dressed with yellow garments.
The temple of the white boar incarnation is situated at Vṛddhakola. The temple is made of stone and is located about one mile south of an oasis known as Balipīṭham. There is a Deity of the white boar incarnation, above whose head Śeṣa Nāga serves as an umbrella. The deity of Lord Śiva is known as Pītāmbara and also as Cidāmbaram. This temple is located twenty-six miles south of Cuddaloreḍā, and the deity there is also known as Ākāśa-liṅga. The deity is in the form of Lord Śiva. This temple is situated on about thirty-nine acres of land, and all this land is surrounded by a wall sixty feet high.
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