CC Adi 10.32
- daṇḍa-kathā kahiba āge vistāra kariyā
- daṇḍe tuṣṭa prabhu tāṅre pāṭhāilā nadīyā
daṇḍa-kathā—the narration of such chastisement; kahiba—I shall speak; āge—ahead; vistāra—detailed description; kariyā—making; daṇḍe—in the matter of chastisement; tuṣṭa prabhu—the Lord is very much satisfied; tāṅre—him; pāṭhāilā—sent back; nadīyā—Nadia (a district in Bengal).
Later in the Caitanya-caritāmṛta I shall describe this incident of chastisement in detail. The Lord, being very much satisfied by this chastisement, sent Dāmodara Paṇḍita to Navadvīpa.
Dāmodara Paṇḍita, who was formerly known as Śaibyā in Vraja-dhāma, used to carry messages from Lord Caitanya to Śacīmātā, and during the Ratha-yātrā festival he carried messages from Śacīmātā to Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu.