Cc. Madhya 9.166


ṛṣabha-parvate cali’ āilā gaurahari
nārāyaṇa dekhilā tāṅhā nati-stuti kari’


ṛṣabha-parvate—to the Ṛṣabha Hill; cali—walking; aila—arrived; gaurahari—Lord Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu; nārāyaṇa—the Deity of Lord Nārāyaṇa; dekhila—saw; tāṅhā—there; nati-stuti kari—offering obeisances and prayers. 


When the Lord arrived at Ṛṣabha Hill, He saw the temple of Lord Nārāyaṇa and offered obeisances and various prayers. 


Ṛṣabha Hill is in southern Karṇāṭa, in the district of Madurai. Twelve miles north of Madurai City is a place called Ānāgaḍa-malaya-parvata, which is situated within the forest of Kuṭakācala. Within this forest Lord Ṛṣabhadeva burned Himself to ashes. Now this place is known as Palni Hill. 

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