Below the temple of Caurasi-khamba, near Samudrika-kupa, is Sanatana Gosvami’s bhajana-kuti situated inside a cave.
Sanatana Gosvami would come to Gokula occasionally.
He would perform bhajana at this place, and daily take darsana of Sri Madana-Gopala.
Once, Sanatana Gosvami was amazed by an extraordinary child he saw playing in the soft sand on the bank of the Yamuna.
When the child had finished his game, Sanatana Gosvami followed him into the temple of Sri Madana-Gopala.
Upon entering the temple, however, Sanatana Gosvami could only see the deity.
Some time later in Mathura, Sanatana Gosvami saw that same Sri Madana-Gopala playing in the house of a Caubain with her son.
Sri Madana-Gopala requested Sanatana to take Him with him to Vrindavana.
Sanatana Gosvami brought Him to his bhajana-kuti, and later had a magnificent temple constructed for Him, where he arranged for His service and worship.
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