CC Madhya 9.316 (1975)
- prabhu āsi' kaila pampā-sarovare snāna
- pañcavaṭī āsi, tāhāṅ karila viśrāma
prabhu—Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; āsi'-coming; kaila—did; pampā-sarovare—in the lake known as Pampā; snāna—bathing; pañcavaṭī āsi—then coming to Pañcavaṭī; tāhāṅ—there; karila—took; viśrāma—rest.
Eventually Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu arrived at a lake known as Pampā, where He took His bath. He then went to a place called Pañcavaṭī, where He rested.
According to some, the old name of the Tuṅgabhadrā River was Pambā. According to others, Vijaya-nagara, the capital of the state, was known as Pampātīrtha. Yet according to others, the lake near Anāguṇḍi, in the direction of Hyderabad, is Pampā-sarovara. The river Tuṅgabhadrā also flows through there. There are many different opinions about the lake called Pampā-sarovara.