CC Madhya 1.97
- kṣīra-curi-kathā, sākṣi-gopāla-vivaraṇa
- nityānanda kaila prabhura daṇḍa-bhañjana
kṣīra-curi-kathā—the narration of the stealing of the condensed milk; sākṣi-gopāla-vivaraṇa—the description of witness Gopāla; nityānanda—Nityānanda Prabhu; kaila—did; prabhura—of the Lord; daṇḍa-bhañjana—breaking the sannyāsa rod.
From Nityānanda Prabhu, Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu heard the story of Kṣīra-curī Gopīnātha and of the witness Gopāla. Then Nityānanda Prabhu broke the sannyāsa rod belonging to Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu.
This Kṣīra-curī Gopīnātha is situated in Remuṇā, about four miles away from the Bāleśvara (Balasore) station on the Northeastern Railway, formerly known as the Bengal Māyāpura Railway. This station is situated a few miles away from the famous Kargapura junction station. Some time ago the charge of the temple was given to Śyāmasundara Adhikārī from Gopīvallabhapura, which lies on the border of the district of Medinīpura. Śyāmasundara Adhikārī was a descendant of Rasikānanda Murāri, the chief disciple of Śyāmānanda Gosvāmī.
A few miles before the Jagannātha Purī station is a small station called Sākṣi-gopāla. Near this station is a village named Satyavādī, where the temple of Sākṣi-gopāla is situated.