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CC Madhya 9.220 (1975)

CC Madhya 9.220 (1996)

please wait#div class="mw-parser-output"# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TEXT_220"#TEXT 220#/span##/h4# #div class="verse"# #dl##dd#ciyaḍatalā tīrthe dekhi' śrī-rāma-lakṣmaṇa#/dd# #dd#tila-kāñcī āsi' kaila śiva daraśana#/dd##/dl# #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="SYNONYMS"#SYNONYMS#/span##/h4# #div class="synonyms"# ciyaḍatalā—named Ciyaḍatalā; tīrthe—at the holy place; dekhi'-seeing; śrī-rāma-lakṣmaṇa—the Deity of Lord Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa; tila-kāñcī—to Tila-kāñcī; āsi'-coming; kaila—did; śiva daraśana—visiting the temple of Lord Śiva. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TRANSLATION"#TRANSLATION#/span##/h4# #div class="translation"# After this, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu went to a holy place known as Ciyaḍatalā, where He saw the Deities of the two brothers Lord Rāmacandra and Lakṣmaṇa. He then proceeded to Tila-kāñcī, where He saw the temple of Lord Śiva. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="PURPORT"#PURPORT#/span##/h4# #div class="purport"# Ciyaḍatalā is sometimes known as Cheratalā. It is near the city of Kaila, and there is a temple there dedicated to Lord Śrī Rāmacandra and His brother Lakṣmaṇa. Tila-kāñcī is about thirty miles northeast of the city of Tirunelveli. #/div# #/div# please wait#div class="mw-parser-output"# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TEXT_220"#TEXT 220#/span##/h4# #div class="verse"# #dl##dd#ciyaḍatalā tīrthe dekhi’ śrī-rāma-lakṣmaṇa#/dd# #dd#tila-kāñcī āsi’ kaila śiva daraśana#/dd##/dl# #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="SYNONYMS"#SYNONYMS#/span##/h4# #div class="synonyms"# #i#ciyaḍatalā#/i#—named Ciyaḍatalā; #i#tīrthe#/i#—at the holy place; #i#dekhi’#/i#—seeing; #i#śrī-rāma-lakṣmaṇa#/i#—the Deity of Lord Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa; #i#tila-kāñcī#/i#—to Tila-kāñcī; #i#āsi’#/i#—coming; #i#kaila#/i#—did; #i#śiva daraśana#/i#—visiting the temple of Lord Śiva. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="TRANSLATION"#TRANSLATION#/span##/h4# #div class="translation"# After this, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu went to a holy place known as Ciyaḍatalā, where He saw the Deities of the two brothers Lord Rāmacandra and Lakṣmaṇa. He then proceeded to Tila-kāñcī, where He saw the temple of Lord Śiva. #/div# #h4##span class="mw-headline" id="PURPORT"#PURPORT#/span##/h4# #div class="purport"# Ciyaḍatalā is sometimes known as Cheratalā. It is near the city of Kaila, and there is a temple there dedicated to Lord Śrī Rāmacandra and His brother Lakṣmaṇa. Tila-kāñcī (Tenkasi) is about thirty miles northeast of the city of Tirunelveli. #/div# #/div#
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