CC Madhya 4.12 (1975)
- pathe baḍa baḍa dānī vighna nāhi kare
- tā' sabāre kṛpā kari' āilā remuṇāre
pathe—on the way; baḍa baḍa—big, big; dānī—toll or tax collector; vighna—hindrances; nāhi—not; kare—make; tā' sabāre—to all of them; kṛpā kari'-showing mercy; āilā—reached; remuṇāre—the village known as Remuṇā.
There were many rivers on the way, and at each river there was a tax collector. They did not hinder the Lord, however, and He showed them mercy. Finally He reached the village of Remuṇā.
There is a railway station named Baleśvara, and five miles to the west is the village of Remuṇā. The temple of Kṣīra-corā-gopīnātha still exists in this village, and within the temple the samādhi tomb of Rasikānanda Prabhu, the chief disciple of Śyāmānanda Gosvāmī, can still be found.