CC Madhya 18.66
- tabe ‘khelā-tīrtha’ dekhi’ ‘bhāṇḍīravana’ āilā
- yamunā pāra hañā ‘bhadra-vana’ gelā
tabe—thereafter; khelā-tīrtha—Khelā-tīrtha; dekhi’—seeing; bhāṇḍīravana—Bhāṇḍīravana; āilā—came to; yamunā pāra hañā—crossing the river Yamunā; bhadra-vana—to Bhadravana; gelā—went.
Afterwards, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu saw Khelā-tīrtha and then went to Bhāṇḍīravana. After crossing the Yamunā River, He went to Bhadravana.
In the Bhakti-ratnākara it is said that Śrī Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma used to play at Khelā-tīrtha with the cowherd boys during the entire day. Mother Yaśodā had to call Them to take Their baths and eat Their lunch.