CC Madhya 1.96
- pathe nānā līlā-rasa, deva-daraśana
- mādhava-purīra kathā, gopāla-sthāpana
pathe—on the way; nānā—various; līlā-rasa—transcendental pastimes; deva-daraśana—visiting the temples; mādhava-purīra—of Mādhavendra Purī; kathā—incidents; gopāla—of Gopāla; sthāpana—the installation.
On the way toward Jagannātha Purī, Caitanya Mahāprabhu performed many other pastimes. He visited various temples and heard the story about Mādhavendra Purī and the installation of Gopāla.
This Mādhava Purī is Mādhavendra Purī. Another Mādhava Purī is Mādhavācārya, who was the spiritual master of a devotee in the line of Gadādhara Paṇḍita and who wrote a book known as Śrī Maṅgala-bhāṣya. Mādhavācārya, however, is different from Mādhavendra Purī, who is mentioned in this verse.