geographical name
often equated with the entire region of Godrumadvīpa. In Citre Navadvīpa, Śrīyukta Śaradindu Nārāyaṇa Rāya has stated that Godruma is called Gādigāchā in the Apabhraṁśa language. In Chapter Ten of Jaiva-dharma, Gādigāchā is referred to as a small area within Godrumadvīpa where the Vaiṣṇavas of Pradyumna-kuñja were living. On the 1916 map of Śrīdhāma Navadvīpa, Gādigāchā is also portrayed as a small area of Godrumadvīpa

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