|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 16: The Lord's Attempt to Go to Vṛndāvana|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 16.159
pichaladā paryanta saba tāńra adhikāra
tāńra bhaye nadī keha haite nāre pāra
pichaladā — the place named Pichaladā; paryanta — up to; saba — everything; tāńra — of him; adhikāra — under the authority; tāńra bhaye — because of fear of him; nadī — the river; keha — anyone; haite — to cross; nāre — not able; pāra — to the other side.
The jurisdiction of the Muslim government extended up to Pichaladā. Due to fear of the Muslims, no one would cross the river.
During the old days, Pichaladā was part of Tamaluka and Bengal. Pichaladā is located about fourteen miles south of Tamaluka. The river Rūpa-nārāyaṇa is well known in Tamaluka, and Pichaladā was situated on the bank of the Rūpa-nārāyaṇa River.
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