CC Antya 12.54: There was a resident of Nadia named Parameshvara, who was a confectioner living near the home of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
CC Antya 12.55: When the Lord was a boy, He would visit the house of Parameshvara Modaka again and again. The confectioner would supply the Lord milk and sweetmeats, and the Lord would eat them.
CC Antya 12.56: Parameshvara Modaka had been affectionate toward the Lord since His childhood, and he was one of those who came that year to see the Lord at Jagannatha Puri.
CC Antya 12.57: When he offered his obeisances to the Lord, he said, "I am the same Parameshvara." Upon seeing him, the Lord asked him questions with great affection.
CC Antya 12.58: Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu said, "Parameshvara, may you be blessed. It is very good that you have come here."Parameshvara then informed the Lord, "Mukundara Mata has also come."
CC Antya 12.59: Hearing the name of Mukundara Mata, Lord Chaitanya hesitated, but because of affection for Parameshvara, He did not say anything.
CC Antya 12.60: An intimate relationship sometimes makes a person overstep formal etiquette. Thus Parameshvara actually pleased the Lord in His heart by his simple and affectionate behavior.