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CC Madhya 9.220

Text

ciyaḍatalā tīrthe dekhi’ śrī-rāma-lakṣmaṇa
tila-kāñcī āsi’ kaila śiva daraśana

Synonyms

ciyaḍatalā — named Ciyaḍatalā; tīrthe — at the holy place; dekhi’ — seeing; śrī-rāma-lakṣmaṇa — the Deity of Lord Rāma and Lakṣmaṇa; tila-kāñcī — to Tila-kāñcī; āsi’ — coming; kaila — did; śiva daraśana — visiting the temple of Lord Śiva.

Translation

After this, Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu went to a holy place known as Ciyaḍatalā, where He saw the Deities of the two brothers Lord Rāmacandra and Lakṣmaṇa. He then proceeded to Tila-kāñcī, where He saw the temple of Lord Śiva.

Purport

Ciyaḍatalā is sometimes known as Cheratalā. It is near the city of Kaila, and there is a temple there dedicated to Lord Śrī Rāmacandra and His brother Lakṣmaṇa. Tila-kāñcī (Tenkasi) is about thirty miles northeast of the city of Tirunelveli.