Shri Mahaprabhuji stayed for seven days at Mansi Ganga. There he made discourses on the Srimad Bhagavatam. Nearby was the hut where Shri Krishna Chaitanaya used to sit in worship. At that time, Krishna Chaitanya made a vow not to speak to anyone before completing one hundred and twenty-five thousand names of the Lord. Before he had finished that number of repetitions, someone told him that Shri Mahaprabhuji had arrived. Shri Krishna Chaitanya later came to see Shri Mahaprabhuji and after he paid his respects, Shri Mahaprabhuji asked him for how long he had been there. He replied, “six months. I bathe regularly in the Mansi Ganga with the hope that I might have the Vision of the lake as being full of milk, as described in the scriptures. Jagannath puri. Last night Mansi Ganga told me that Shri Mahaprabhuji will be coming here; he will be able to fulfill all your desires.” Shri Mahaprabhuji, on hearing this, sprinkled water from his water pot into the eyes of Shri Krishna Chaitanya as well as wver all the Vaishnavas around Him. They all received spiritual insight and had the vision of the divine form of the Mansi Ganga lake as being consisting of only milk and everyone bathed in the divine lake. Soon after, the divine vision vanished from their eyes,
Shri Mahaprabhuji later made a reading of the Srimad Bhagavatam and Chakleswr Mahadev (Shiva), whose temple is also on the banks of the lake, daily came to listen.