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CC Madhya 16.160


dina kata raha — sandhi kari’ tāṅra sane
tabe sukhe naukāte karāiba gamane


dina kata raha — stay here for a few days; sandhi kari’ — making peaceful negotiations; tāṅra sane — with him; tabe — then; sukhe — in happiness; naukāte — on the boat; karāiba gamane — I will help You start.


Mahārāja Pratāparudra’s government officer further informed Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu that He should stay at the Orissa border for some days so that a peaceful agreement could be negotiated with the Muslim governor. In that way, the Lord would be able to cross the river peacefully in a boat.