Audarya Dhama: The Most Munificent Abode,
BY: SUN STAFF
Jul 21, 2012 SRIDHAM MAYAPUR, WEST BENGAL (SUN) Compiled by Sriman Padmalochan dasa; Revised Edition (1992).
At this time, Jagannath Mishra left this world. Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu lamented greatly in the same way as Lord Ramachandra lamented for His father, King Dasarath. After this Sacimata dedicated all of her time to serving Caitanya Mahaprabhu. The Lord would get very temperamental if He could not get anything He wanted. Immediately He would become very angry and start to destroy everything.
Once Caitanya Mahaprabhu informed Sacimata, "Now I shall go to the Ganga to take bath. Please give me some soap, a towel and clean cloth." Sacimata replied, "Will You please wait a few minutes and I shall bring You everything." Mahaprabhu said, "I want them right now!" and burst into a fit of anger. He took up a stick and started to destroy the entire house. He broke all the pots of oil, smashed all the jars of grains and ripped the sheets to pieces. In this manner He was destroying the entire house. Then He went outside and started to beat the ground and the trees with His stick.
Afterwards Mahaprabhu took rest on the ground and when He woke up, Sacimata brought Him the items He had demanded. Then He went to the Ganga. When He returned, Sacimata approached Him and asked, "What shall we do now? There is no food in the house and You have destroyed everything which is Your own, and nothing has been gained." Caitanya Mahaprabhu told her, "Don't worry, Krsna will provide everything", and went off to the Ganga.
Sometimes later, Caitanya Mahaprabhu called Sacimata aside and gave her two tolas of gold. She was surprised and wondered "Where did He get this gold? Whenever we are in need of money, He brings gold from somewhere!" In this way Caitanya Mahaprabhu performed His pastimes as a student. Not for a moment would He put down His books. Ganga Das Acarya was very proud of Him and declared that He was the brightest of his students.
At this place there are eleven trees which, according to experts, belong to no known species of trees. These trees were created by Caitanya Mahaprabhu by planting eleven pens in the ground. There is a Gaudiya Math here established by Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Goswami Maharaj.