|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 5: The Activities of Sākṣi-gopāla|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 5.14
keśī-tīrtha, kālīya-hradādike kaila snāna
śrī-gopāla dekhi' tāhāń karilā viśrāma
keśī-tīrtha — the bathing place on the bank of the Yamunā known as Keśī-ghāṭa; kālīya-hrada — the bathing place on the bank of the Yamunā known as Kāliya-ghāṭa; ādike — in such different bathing places; kaila — did; snāna — bathing; śrī-gopāla dekhi' — by visiting the temple of Gopāla; tāhāń — there; karilā — took; viśrāma — rest.
After taking baths at different bathing places along the river Yamunā, such as Keśī-ghāṭa and Kāliya-ghāṭa, the pilgrims visited the temple of Gopāla. Afterwards, they took rest in that temple.
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