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CC Madhya 1.159

Text

śītala samīra vahe nānā gandha lañā
‘kānāira nāṭaśālā’ paryanta la-ila bāndhiñā

Synonyms

śītala — very cool; samīra — breezes; vahe — blowing; nānā — various; gandha — fragrances; lañā — carrying; kānāira nāṭa-śālā — the place named Kānāi Nāṭaśālā; paryanta — as far as; la-ila — carried; bāndhiñā — constructing.

Translation

The entire road was surcharged with many cool breezes, which carried the fragrances from various flowers. He carried the construction of this road as far as Kānāi Nāṭaśālā.

Purport

Kānāi Nāṭaśālā is about two hundred miles from Calcutta on the Loop line of the Eastern Railway. The railway station is named Tālajhāḍi, and after one gets off at that station, he has to go about two miles to find Kānāi Nāṭaśālā.