Ambikā Kālnā


Ambikā Kālnā
geographical name
a place about 30 km south of the present city of Navadvīpa. This is where Śrī Gauridāsa Paṇḍita, Śrī Hṛdaya Caitanya, Śrī Paramānanda Gupta, and Śrī Sūryadāsa Paṇḍita lived. It is situated on the west bank of the Gaṅgā directly across from Śāntipura, where Śrī Advaita Ācārya lived. Śrīman Mahāprabhu used to visit the house of Gauridāsa Paṇḍita in Kālnā

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