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nāma tāṅra ’sītā ṭhākurāṇī’
ācāryera ājñā pāñā, gela upahāra lañā,
advaita-ācārya-bhāryā — the wife of Advaita Ācārya; jagat-pūjitā — worshiped by the whole world; āryā — the most advanced cultured lady; nāma — name; tāṅra — her; sītā ṭhākurāṇī — mother Sītā; ācāryera ājñā pāñā — taking the order of Advaita Ācārya; gela — went; upahāra — presentation; lañā — taking; dekhite — to see; bālaka — the child; śiromaṇi — topmost.
One day shortly after Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu was born, Advaita Ācārya’s wife, Sītādevī, who is worshipable by the whole world, took her husband’s permission and went to see that topmost child with all kinds of gifts and presentations
It appears that Advaita Ācārya had two different houses, one at Śāntipura and one at Navadvīpa. When Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu was born, Advaita Ācārya was residing not at His Navadvīpa house but at His Śāntipura house. Therefore, as formerly explained (text 99), from Advaita’s old paternal house (nijālaya) in Śāntipura, Sītā came to Navadvīpa to present gifts to the newborn child, Caitanya Mahāprabhu.